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DME RESEARCH SEMINAR SERIES

DME Alumni Community PhotoThe Department of Medical Education sponsors regular seminars regarding research topics of interest to medical educators. Professionals in the health professions are invited to attend these free seminars.

To expand the opportunity to participate and join in these discussions, most seminars in the series are also available for participation via the DME's web conferencing systems. Archives are also available.

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WORKS-IN-PROGRESS SERIES

DME Alumni Community PhotoThe UIC Department of Medical Education is pleased to sponsor these faculty events which provide an opportunity for investigators to describe works-in-progress and get feedback from colleagues.

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LEARNING WORKSHOP SERIES

DME Alumni Community PhotoThe UIC Department of Medical Education is pleased to provide a series of eLearning Workshops for faculty and staff. The series is intended to provide information that will help our faculty and staff to develop additional skill in the use of technology and other advanced tools in order to facilitate research and collaboration and enhance learning both in the classroom and online.

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H.I. DAVIS MEDICAL HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE SEMINARS

DME Alumni Community PhotoThe Department of Medical Education also sponsors regular seminars dealing with current topics in Medical Humanities and the Social Sciences. The lectures are free and open to all.

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ETHICS IN MEDICINE/TRAUB-BYFIELD LECTURE SERIES

DME Alumni Community PhotoThe Traub-Byfield Lecture Series is supported by a gift to promote ethics education in the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine. The lectures are free and open to all.

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UIC JOSEPH S. BEGANDO LECTURES IN MEDICAL HUMANITIES

DME Alumni Community PhotoThe UIC Department of Medical Education, the Hektoen Institute, and the Illinois Humanities Council are pleased to present the UIC Joseph S. Begando Lectures in Medical Humanities. The lectures are free and open to all.

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MHPE SUMMER CONFERENCE

DME Alumni Community PhotoThe purpose of the MHPE Summer Conference is to provide a venue for Master of Health Professions Education students, alumni, and faculty to present and discuss innovations in health professions education, and for physicians in the audience to learn about ongoing educational research and program development topics. This two-day conference follows the residency for students completing core course work in the MHPE Online program and offers an opportunity for all MHPE students and alumni to:

  • showcase completed projects
  • seek consultation on work in progress
  • network with peers
  • plan future collaborations

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SPECIAL EVENTS!


DME JOURNAL CLUB

April 23, 2014 at 12:00 pm, 988 CME

Discussant:
Laura Hirshfield

Article:
Bell AV, Michalec B, Arenson C. (2013). The (stalled) progress of interprofessional collaboration: the role of gender. Journal of Interprofessional Care, early online [6 Nov 2013], 1-5.

Questions for Discussion:
1. How persuasive are the conclusions of the article?
2. What implications does the article have for us?


HOW ADULTS LEARN - A "DISCUSSON"

This event was presented by The Teaching Support and Curriculum Committee of the Library at the University of Illinois at Chicago on June 21, 2011.

Presenter:  Ilene Harris, PhD
Professor, Head and Director of Graduate Studies
Department of Medical Education
UIC College of Medicine

Dr. Harris identified three key learning theories pertinent to how adults learn and led an interactive discussion on their implications for curriculum design and teaching. 

A video archive of this presentation and discussion can be viewed by clicking the following link:  Video of the How Adults Learn presentation.