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Faculty Development Day

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Courtyard by Marriott Corvallis

400 Southwest 1st Street

Corvallis, OR 97333

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SAMARITAN HEALTH SERVICES-GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT DAY PROGRAM

Presenter:

Franklin J. Medio, PhD

President, Consulting Services for the Health Professions


8:00 – 9:00 Introduction/Program Overview/ACGME Update

Dr. Sugat Patel-ACGME Designated Institutional Official


9:00 – 11:30

Improving the Evaluation of Residents:

Effective Feedback Techniques & Accurate Faculty Evaluations

Dr. Franklin Medio


Learning Objectives:

1. Explain 10 important principles that form the foundation of an effective evaluation system.

2. Identify 10 common psychological barriers that prevent program directors and faculty from talking with residents who exhibit unsatisfactory performance or unacceptable behavior(s) and techniques to overcome these barriers.

3. Describe a Five-Stage Process to effectively give crucial instructive feedback and strategies for managing the resident's reactions at each stage.

4. Describe four strategies to help faculty submit accurate and honest resident evaluations.

5. Describe six common traps that create inconsistency or unfairness in the evaluation of resident clinical competence and strategies to avoid these traps.


11:30 – 12:00 BREAK


12:00 – 1:00

LUNCH


1:00 – 3:00

Professionalism, Entitlement Mentality and the Millennial Learner:

The Good, The Bad and The Challenge

Dr. Franklin Medio


Learning Objectives:

1. Describe seven behavioral elements of professionalism to promote excellence in patient care.

2. Describe some positive characteristics of millennial learners as well as some signs of impaired judgment resulting from an "entitlement mentality."

3. Describe four strategies that program directors and faculty can use to help learners overcome this impaired judgment.


3:00 – 3:15 BREAK


3:15 – 4:45 Improving Faculty Supervision:

Implementing a PROACTIVE Approach to Ensure Patient Safety

Dr. Franklin Medio


Learning Objectives:

1. Explain the Five-Step Learning Curve and how to use it for assessing a resident’s learning needs and determining the appropriate level of supervision.

2. Describe a proactive approach to faculty supervision of residents that complies with ACGME requirements and ensures safe patient care.

3. Explain the importance of the Milestones for determining a resident’s achievements

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