Center for Excellence in Medical Education
The mission of Center for Excellence in Medical Education (CEME) is to foster a culture of excellence among the OUWB School of Medicine basic science and clinical faculty members through focused faculty development activities with a shared commitment to better educate tomorrow’s physicians.
Click on the title of the workshop (in the calendar below) for the registration details. Email CEME@oakland.edu with any questions.
Medical Education Research
The Fellowship in Medical Education is a research program offered by the Center for Excellence in Medical Education (CEME) that aims to introduce clinicians and scientists to the issues of thinking about and conducting research and scholarship in medical education.
Educational scholarship and research are quite different from their equivalents in science and clinical practice. This means that anyone with a clinical or scientific background will need support in making the transition. The fellowship program provides that support.
Participants will develop an individual project in medical education which they will present their final projects during the annual William Davidson Medical Education Week, May 18-20, 2015. The FME program participants will meet one Friday per month to attend a MERCshop offered by AAMC. They will also have some online requirements where they will participate in the online classroom to discuss their projects and share ideas.
- Plan a scholarly or research project in medical education.
- Critique research reports in Medical Education.
- Utilize a range of research methods in Medical Education.
2015-16 FME Program Brochure and Application Process
Meet the Fellows, Guidelines, Schedule and Application Information
Teaching and Curriculum
Why participation is important? Medical education is an exciting but rapidly developing field. The medical education certificate introduces clinicians and scientists to both the theory and practice of medical education. A range of issues will be covered, varying from the practicalities of running classes to the underlying theories that inform and guide what we do in the classroom.
The CME faculty will generally, meet face-to-face twice a month on Fridays from noon - 2 p.m. Faculty will also be expected to participate in a weekly online discussion forum (about 30-60 minutes per week) focusing on a range of topics to support their development as teachers. This program will begin August 28, 2015 and conclude June 10, 2016.
The course provides a basic knowledge of medical education, including but not limited to teaching large or small groups, using technology and audiovisual aids, curriculum theory, pedagogy, transformative learning, and mentoring. Scholarship and research of medical education will also be introduced.
The core objectives of the OUWB Certificate in Medical Education are:
- Demonstrate the foundational, practical and theoretical knowledge needed to participate as a teacher in medical education in the early twenty first century.
- Identify current trends and debates in the field.
- Develop techniques as a teaching practitioner.
Approximately 25% of a resident’s time is spent in supervising, teaching and evaluating medical students. However, many residents may not have experience in formal teaching roles or they may have insufficient teaching skills.
The Resident as Teachers Program will provide residents exposure to medical teaching concepts and provide them with an opportunity to improve their teaching skills through role-play and other activities. Residents attending 100% of the sessions shall receive a certificate of Advanced Training in Medical Education.
This program has been divided into two sections. The first section will consist of the Stanford Faculty Development Clinical Teachers curriculum. This will be taught by seven Beaumont physicians who attended a month long training program to become facilitators for small group sessions (6-8 residents). These seven bimonthly sessions will include videos vignettes and role-plays. These sessions will be offered either 7-9 am or 5-7pm to accommodate residents’ schedules. The second portion of the program will consist of interactive plenary sessions on the third Wednesday of every month from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Invited guest speakers who shall address medical education topics not covered in the small group sessions will deliver the plenary sessions.
Core ObjectivesThe program will cover topics including:
- Learning Climate
- Control of Session
- Communicating Goals
- Understanding and Retention
- Self-directed learning
- Teaching Clinical Reasoning
- Navigating Academic Promotion
Residents as Teachers 2015 schedule
August 13 Plenary Session and Slides. Click on the title to view the kick off presentation on August 13, 2014.
Developing an Academic Career video on January 21, 2015
Article about Residents as Teachers
Teaching and Research
Commitment to Excellence in Lifelong Learning
Newly added Resources
This is the latest AAMC Continuing Education Newsletter. In this newsletter, there are articles, conference, and funding opportunities.
Professional Productivity Series
Please view the list above to see what training we have offered to support research.
Are you interested in some new techniques to add to your teaching toolbox?
The following books are available for review at the CEME office: for more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Brookfield,Stephen (2006) The Skillful Teacher: On Technique, Trust and Responsiveness in the Classroom
- Brookfield, Stephen and Preskill Stephen (2005) Discussion as a Way of Teaching
- Davis, Barbara Gross (2009) Tools for Teaching
- We also have the entire Teaching Medicine Series
Faculty Affairs Resources for Faculty
View more information on Faculty Affairs Resources for Faculty.
Archived Presentation - Click title to view recording of presentation "The Ins and Outs of Submitting an IRB to Oakland University" Please note, that you might have to install Silverlight on your computer.
Archived Presentation - Click title to view recording of presentation "Using Research to Create a Small Business" Dr. J.Hurley Myers
University of Berkley has a good website about setting up and teaching your course.
Continuing Medical Education and Meaningful Participation
Faculty now have the ability to watch previously recorded CME activities or to participate in self-directed CME courses online at their convenience. To access Beaumont Health System activities for content only or to view presentations for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit or Meaningful participation credits, click on the appropriate link below or view recorded webinars.
Through the Center for Excellence in Medical Education, there are a variety of face to face and online faculty development workshops.
For more information on a specific workshop series, click on the title below: