Engaging Yourself and Others in Medical Education: Inspiration and Innovation
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Identify both incentives and barriers to faculty engagement in non-clinical work;
- Describe how to develop strategies to enhance faculty engagement in both oneself and in colleagues;
- Identify two incentives to engage with residents and students;
- List common factors that make it challenging for learners to engage in work and service;
- Explain the differences between motivation and engagement;
- Define Self-Determination Theory;
- Determine how to apply Self-Determination Theory to any educational activity, such as curricular design and revision.
Agenda subject to change.
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Professor of Pediatrics
Director of Faculty Development in Medical Education, Pritzker School of Medicine
Director of the Academy of Distinguished Medical Educators
Clinical Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Associate Chair for Education
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