DME offers short courses designed to meet the professional development needs of faculty and simulation educators, clinical education program directors, and clinical teachers. The certificate for these programs is not transcripted, so it does not provide university credits and does not provide any kind of "certification".
Certificate Program in Standardized-Patient-Based Education
The Certificate Program in Standardized-Patient-Based Education provides the knowledge and skills to create compelling educational programs using standardized patients (SPs), alone and in combination with other Simulation modalities. The program is intended for faculty and simulation educators who wish to use standardized patients to enhance health professions education; Directors and staff of simulation and standardized patient programs; clinical faculty who work with simulation and SP centers. To learn more...
Certificate Program for Clinical Education Program Directors
The Certificate Program for Clinical Education Program Directors has been custom designed to enhance the educational leadership and managerial skills of clinical program directors enabling them to foster continuous improvement of the institution's educational environment and patient care and to provide opportunities for professional development and networking.
The program is designed to meet the needs of:
- Residency Program Directors
- Associate Program Directors
- Fellowship Directors
- Directors of Medical Education
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Certificate Program for Clinical Teachers
The Certificate Program for Clinical Teachers has been designed to enhance the instructional skills of clinical teachers. Building on best practices from literature and their own experience, participants will develop practical skills for teaching learners across a variety of clinical settings.
The program is designed to meet the needs of clinical teachers who have significant roles in the teaching of students, residents, and fellows.
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