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  • Evaluations Login | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Hoogenhof at svandenh umn edu and include your name and email address For Students How to view student eval comments in E Value Administrative Login for pre 2007 Archives Evaluations from pre 2007 in E Value Note Once logged in select a department and then a clerkship Application may take up to two minutes to begin What s Inside About MedEd About Us Offices Programs Staff Directory For TC Students

    Original URL path: http://www.meded.umn.edu/tech/evalue.php (2014-11-22)
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  • Education Resources | Medical Educator Development and Scholarship (MEDS) | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    the health professions an increased emphasis on critical appraisal and improved navigability and accessibility Evidence Based Practice a wealth of information provided and maintained by U of M Bio Medical Library The BEME Collaboration is a group of individuals or institutions who are committed to the promotion of Best Evidence Medical Education Giving Effective Feedback Giving and Receiving Feedback pdf Handout from workshop Providing Feedback to Medical Students pdf Handout from workshop Providing Feedback tips on feedback from the New Preceptor Packet located on the Ohio University COM CORE Office of Faculty Development Web Pag Medical Education and Scholarship Our education experts have selected a number of seminal journal articles of particular pertinence to our medical educators and scholars For assistance please contact Dr Majka Woods at meds umn edu Teaching and Learning U of M s Center for Teaching and Learning Access the Ctr for T L s hand selected collection of online education journals organized by six themes and disciplines Conner M L How Adults Learn Ageless Learner 1997 2007 Team based Learning Team based Learing website at the U of Oklahom a Technology enhanced Learning Effective Use of PowerPoint Active Learning With PowerPoint U of M Center for Teaching and Learning Pointers for PowerPointers Minnesota Medicine Volume 89 June 2006 An insightful article on how to effectively use PowerPoint written by Colin Segovis a medical student in the M D Ph D program at Mayo Medical School The Online Resources links in this article no longer work Here are the correct URLs PowerPoint the Good the Bad and the Ugly a clearinghouse page from the Dartmouth Biomedical Library on PowerPoint resources PowerPoint Presentations the Good the Bad and the Ugly by Steve Kaminski Bob Jones University Presenting with PowerPoint 10 Dos and Don ts by Jeff Wuorio

    Original URL path: http://www.meded.umn.edu/meds/resources/education_topics.php (2014-11-22)
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  • Pocket Cards | Medical Educator Development and Scholarship (MEDS) | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Reasoning about Case related Difficulties pdf Promoting Learner s Thinking pdf Questions to Promote Problem solving pdf Attending Physicians Teaching Responsiblities Teaching Responsibilities Beginning and throughout rotation pdf Feedback Mid rotation and end of rotation pdf What s Inside Workshops Webinars Learning Opportunities Resources Journal Club Scholarship Teaching Scholar Awards Inter National Sites MEDS Home Medical Educator Development Scholarship U of M Medical School 420 Delaware St SE Minneapolis MN

    Original URL path: http://www.meded.umn.edu/meds/resources/pocketcards.php (2014-11-22)
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  • Awards | Medical Educator Development and Scholarship (MEDS) | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    for this award the nominee must meet all of the following three criteria be regular faculty tenure track and tenured or term faculty nonregular salaried through the University and P A teachers AND hold a 66 2 3 time or greater paid appointment AND have been at the University of Minnesota for at least five years including the current year For questions about the above eligibility criteria please contact your department s HR area or the Medical School Office of Faculty Affairs at ms ofa umn edu 612 624 5442 Previous nominees who did not receive the award may be renominated previous winners will be ineligible Self nomination is not allowed November Nominations are generally due to the Medical School Nominations Committee around Thanksgiving The nomination letter and or the accompanying curriculum vitae must provide specific evidence of outstanding performance in one or more not necessarily all of the following categories renumbered in the order that the All University Selection Committee appears to deem most important 1 Excellence in instruction 1 a In the Medical School we recommend that faculty especially those who teach in the clinic pay special attention to how their informal teaching can be quantified 2 Development of postbaccalaureate graduate and or professional instructional programs 2 a In the Medical School we recommend that faculty pay special attention to the specific ways in which they have contributed to program development 3 Involvement of students in research scholarship and professional development 4 Advising and mentoring of students Remember all nominees for this distinguished teaching award are the best of the best What is it that says Select Me What is it that truly makes THIS candiate stand out above the rest Email nomination letter and curriculum vitae to meds umn edu December The Medical School Nominations Committee reviews the nominations and selects the ones up to five that best represent the Medical School All nominators nominees are notified the first or second week in December Nominees to be sent forward to the All University Review Committee are then asked to prepare their official nominaton materials dossiers Details for assembling and submitting these dossiers will be given to each nominee nominator at that time Broadly the dossiers will include A a nomination form and a nomination release form B a statement presenting the full case for the nomination C a personal statement by the candidate D the candidate s curriculum vitae E a list of graduate professional courses taught at the University of Minnesota over the previous five years of active teaching and F up to ten supporting letters five of which must be from individual graduate professional students past or present Nomination materials including specially formatted templates which must be used can be downloaded from the All University Award site However Medical School faculty should not use the template on the All University site for Course Information and Teaching Evaluation Data but rather chose one or both of the following templates which are especially designed for the Medical

    Original URL path: http://www.meded.umn.edu/meds/grad_prof_award.php (2014-11-22)
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  • Morse Alumni Award | Medical Educator Development and Scholarship (MEDS) | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    view the complete All University award guidelines Special care should be taken to ensure the potential nominee meets all eligibility criteria ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA To be eligible for this award the nominee must meet all of the following three criteria be regular faculty tenure track and tenured or term faculty nonregular salaried through the University and P A teachers AND hold a 66 2 3 time or greater paid appointment AND have been at the University of Minnesota for at least five years including the current year For questions about the above eligibility criteria please contact your department s HR area or the Medical School Office of Faculty Affairs at ms ofa umn edu 612 624 5442 Previous nominees who did not receive the award may be renominated previous winners will be ineligible Self nomination is not allowed November Nominations are generally due to the Medical School Nominations Committee around Thanksgiving The nomination letter and or the accompanying curriculum vitae must provide specific evidence of outstanding performance in one or more not necessarily all of the following categories 1 TEACHING direct contact with students in undergraduate courses and programs and in co curricular activities Teaching activities include instructing groups of students in classes seminars and laboratories and supervising individual activities such as practicums internships field learning experiences tutorials performances exhibitions and independent study including supervision of UROP projects The activities listed above are representative not exhaustive 2 ADVISING activities that aid individual students with course and major selection career plans and personal development especially in ways that go beyond formal curricular advising and those that provide guidance to student organizations or groups Documentation should include information about accessibility to students which ordinarily includes but is not limited to office availability 3 RESEARCH AND ARTISTIC ACTIVITIES such activities should be documented and discussed in terms of the relationship between these activities and the nominee s contributions to undergraduate education 4 ACADEMIC PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT such activities that contribute to the planning design or development of improvements in undergraduate education Contributions in this area include for example new courses or a cluster of courses general education options in the undergraduate curriculum and valuable programmatic innovations of any kind 5 EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP extra programmatic activities of any kind and at any level that constitute leadership and contribute substantially to undergraduate education for example presenting papers holding a position such as national or regional officer or program chair in a professional association or being a member of a college or all University committee Remember all nominees for this distinguished teaching award are the best of the best What is it that says Select Me What is it that truly makes THIS candiate stand out above the rest Email nomination letter and curriculum vitae to meds umn edu December The Medical School Nominations Committee reviews the nominations and selects the ones up to three that best represent the Medical School All nominators nominees are notified the first or second week in December Nominees to be sent forward

    Original URL path: http://www.meded.umn.edu/meds/morse_alumni_award.php (2014-11-22)
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  • Herz Faculty Teaching Development Awards | Medical Educator Development and Scholarship (MEDS) | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    on improving the teaching or curriculum development expertise of faculty through work with local or national experts in education Highest priority will be given to Proposals by faculty members who have demonstrated interest excellence leadership and or innovation in education Programs of professional development for individual faculty or groups of faculty that suggest a high probability of significant impact on the education of medical students and on teaching colleagues Proposals should describe important educational goals or needs activities designed to develop faculty education skills related to these needs how these skills will be used to improve the education of medical students relevant qualifications of the faculty authoring the proposal a plan for evaluating the value of the program a proposed budget for the project a letter of support from the applicant s department head Application process Proposals will be initially reviewed by the Herz Faculty Teaching Development Award Committee Selected proposals will then be reviewed and ranked by members of the Medical School Honors and Awards Committee Final decisions regarding funding will be made by the Herz Faculty Teaching Development Award Committee Application Deadline Applicant reviews are held on a continual basis throughout the year Budget 25 000 is available

    Original URL path: http://www.meded.umn.edu/meds/hertz_award.php (2014-11-22)
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  • U of M President's Community-Engaged Scholar Award | Medical Educator Development and Scholarship (MEDS) | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    Medical School s internal award process please email meds umn edu or call 612 625 4114 For questions about faculty appointments please contact your department s Human Resources to verify that the nominee meets the eligibility criteria The Medical School Nominations Committee will evaluate all nominees and may select one faculty or P A individual to forward to the All University Selection Committee After the Medical School Nominations Committee selects our school s nominee each nominator in collaboration with their nominee will be responsible for preparing the nominee s dossier for review by the President s Community Engaged Scholar Award Selection Committee coordinated by the Office for Public Engagement and the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty and Academic Affairs Details for submitting the dossier materials will be given to the nominee who has been selected by the Medical School Nominations Committee to be considered by the President s Community Engaged Scholar Award Selection Committee Broadly they will include a nomination form completed by the Nominator s a nominator s statement of no more than five pages a personal statement by the nominee three supporting letters documenting the disciplinary and community impact of the nominee s engaged scholarly impact and additional materials as appropriate These materials should be submitted to Majka Woods PhD woods106 umn edu no later than at noon on Monday March 24 2014 NOMINATION CHECKLIST I have verified that the nominee meets all the eligibility requirements I have clearly addressed in the nomination letter how the nominee s longstanding academic career embodies the University of Minnesota s definition of public engagement I have attached the nominee s most recent CV What is it that truly makes THIS candidate stand out above the rest AWARD During the 2013 14 academic year one faculty or P A individual will be selected to receive the President s Community Engaged Scholar Award with the announcement of the award recipient to be made April 18 2014 at an awards luncheon The recipient will receive a one time 15 000 award that will be transferred to the recipient s college between mid September and mid October Subject to approval of the recipient s dean or director these funds may be used to support research and professional development or may be paid as salary including applicable fringe benefits or as a combination of both Any questions about this process can be directed to Evy LaChapelle in Human Resources Nominations will be evaluated by the President s Community Engaged Scholar Award Selection Committee coordinated by the Office for Public Engagement and the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty and Academic Affairs CRITERIA Nominees will be evaluated on the basis of a dossier documenting exemplary publicly engaged scholarship The dossier should provide specific evidence documenting the nominee s longstanding academic career which embodies the University of Minnesota s definition of public engagement University of Minnesota s Public Engagement Definition The partnership of university knowledge and resources with those of the public and private sectors

    Original URL path: http://www.meded.umn.edu/meds/community_scholar_award.php (2014-11-22)
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  • Course Committees | Medical Education | University of Minnesota
    EC on educational issues including but not limited to a Annual Course Clerkship reviews b Scientific Foundations Courses curriculum c Clinical Education Courses curriculum d Integration of curriculum both horizontal and vertical across campuses e Bi campus curriculum f Policy changes bi campus horizontal and vertical C Make recommendations to the Office of Undergraduate Medical Education on faculty development learner development and course support needs D Create ad hoc task force groups to include TC D and BS CS faculty and other appointees as appropriate to focus on in depth curricular needs as determined by EC and Committee Chairs a Analyze the horizontal and vertical curriculum bi campus for redundancies gaps in topic areas and for overall program quality i Integrated Reviews to take place every two years 1 2014 Scientific Foundations Courses 2 2016 Clinical Education Courses 3 2018 Entire curriculum bi campus b Create report recommendations for Committee Chairs to present to EC based on analysis i Recommend a working plan for Addition Deletion Revision of major topic areas within the entire curriculum ii Recommend any additional EC agenda items c Other The focus of the reviews will be course clerkship evaluations specific to the assigned level of training and examine the degree of horizontal and vertical integration in the curriculum The ad hoc task force groups will review additional sources of data to determine the quality of the curriculum including but not limited to USMLE Step 1 2CK and 2CS score reports AAMC Graduation Questionnaire results Match Data reports from EC ESC SFC CEC and CUMED with regards to their recommendations The entire curriculum will be reviewed in its entirety at least every six years The format for this review will be a bi campus retreat In addition to reviewing materials from all previous levels of evaluation

    Original URL path: http://www.meded.umn.edu/committees/course_committees.php (2014-11-22)
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