Medical Education Grand Rounds Presentations
Videos and presentations from the annual Graduate Medical Education Grand Rounds. These presentations and videos are available only to Partners HealthCare employees on a Partners campus using Internet Explorer or Firefox.
Richard Reznick, MD, April, 2016
The PHS Office of Graduate Medical Education recently hosted Dr. Richard Reznick as the 2016 Partners Medical Education Visiting Professor. Dr. Resnick is Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen’s University and the CEO of the Southwestern Ontario Academic Medical Organization. He has been a leader in medical education research and was the inaugural director of the Wilson Center for Research in Education at Toronto General Hospital.
View Dr. Resnick’s Medical Education Grand Rounds presentation entitled “Great Expectations: The Hope and Promise of Competency-based Medical Education.”
Kelley M. Skeff, MD, PhD, May 2015
The PHS Office of Graduate Medical Education recently hosted Kelley M. Skeff, MD, PhD as the 2015 Partners Medical Education Visiting Professor. Dr. Skeff is the George DeForest Barnett Professor of Medicine at Stanford University and Co-Director of the Stanford Faculty Development Center. He served as the internal medicine residency program director at Stanford for two decades. Dr. Skeff has focused his academic career on methods to improve teaching effectiveness and is regarded as an international leader in this critical area of medical education. View Dr. Skeff’s Medical Education Grand Rounds presentation entitled “The Physician Teacher: Facilitating the Patient’s Role in Clinical Learning.”
Dave Davis, MD, May 4, 2014
Dave Davis, MD, Senior Director, Continuing Education and Improvement, AAMC, and Adjunct Professor, University of Toronto.
View the presentation, titled "Can Continuing Medical Education Save Lives?"
Thomas J. Nasca, MD, MACP, April 25, 2013
Thomas J. Nasca, MD MACP gave a presentation to Partners program directors and visitors from other Boston-area hospitals and well as led a panel discussion at both Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital.
Partners employees may view the video of Dr. Nasca's presentation entitled "The Next Accreditation System and The Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER): Brief History and Where We Are in Implementation".
Edward Salsberg, May 2012
Edward Salsberg, MPA, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services gave a presentation on "Recent National Health Workforce Developments: Will we have enough practitioners to meet future health needs?"
Eric Holmboe, MD, and Bill Iobst, MD, May 2011
Dr. Eric Holmboe, CMO and Senior Vice President of the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) and Dr. Bill Iobst, Vice President of Academic Affairs of the ABIM spoke at a Partners GME Grand Rounds presentation in May 2011.
View the presentation, titled "Competency-Based Medicine Education: Why and Why Now?"
Georges Bordage, MD, PhD, May 10-11, 2010
Dr. Georges Bordage is a professor in the Department of Medical Education at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and has directed Masters programs in health sciences and health professions education. Dr. Bordage has served as Chairman of the Editorial Board of Medical Education. He is a past recipient of the Abraham Flexner Award of the Association of American Medical College for extraordinary contributions to the medical education community.
See the video of Dr. Bordage's lecture, “Teaching: Scholarly Teaching and Scholarship of Teaching—Making it Count Twice”
Michael M.E. Johns MD, May 18-19, 2009
Michael Johns assumed the post of Chancellor for Emory University in 2007. Prior to that, beginning in 1996, he served as Executive Vice President for Health Affairs and CEO of the Robert W. Woodruff Health Sciences Center and Chair of Emory Healthcare. He previously served as Dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Vice President for Medicine at Johns Hopkins University from 1990 to 1996.
Dr. Johns received his bachelor’s degree from Wayne State University and his medical degree with distinction at the University of Michigan Medical School. From 1977 to 1984 he was a faculty member at the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville.
The recipient of numerous honors and awards, he is a member of the Institute of Medicine and has served in leadership positions in many other professional organizations.
The title of Dr. Johns presentation was "Training Physicians: 'Hour' Duty as Teachers and Learners”
David Irby, PhD, September 26, 2008
Dr. David Irby is Vice Dean for Education and Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco where he directs undergraduate, graduate and continuing medical education programs of the School of Medicine and leads the Office of Medical Education. As a Senior Scholar at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, he also co-directs a national study on the professional preparation of physicians - the Second Flexner Report.
For his research on clinical teaching in medicine and leadership in medical education, he received the Distinguished Scholar Award by the American Educational Research Association, the John P. Hubbard Award from the National Board of Medical Examiners, and the Daniel C. Tosteson Award for Leadership in Medical Education from the Carl J. Shapiro Institute for Education and Research at Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Dr. Irby is also noted for his faculty development workshops that have been conducted nationally and internationally and for his Teaching Scholars Program.
He earned a Doctorate in Education from the University of Washington and a Masters of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary, and did a postdoctoral fellowship in academic administration from Harvard.
View the video: “Future Directions for Undergraduate and Graduate Medical Education: What Would Flexner Think? Perspectives from the Carnegie study of Medical Education”.
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