Care must always come first. This is why the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine is at the forefront of medical education: preparing the next generation of primary care physicians and specialists.
OFLDS hosts live webinars that focus on key teaching and learning topics. Webinars are highly engaging and allow you to explore different topics and interact with other participants and the presenters.
The International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) is offering a spring webinar series on “
The Role of Basic Science in 21st Century Medical Education”
on Thursdays at 12 PM Eastern Time.
Heritage College has an institutional registration for this webinar series.
If you are interested in joining the webinar in your own device or watching the recorded webinar later,CLICK HERE
We will send you the access code and URL for the webinar, the day prior to each session.
See below for more information about the webinars:
Title: The Changing Roles of the Basic Science Educator
Date & Time: Thursday, March 7, 2019, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Speaker: Ron Harden - The University of Dundee
Description: Discuss the roles of the basic science educator as an information provider, a facilitator, a curriculum planner, an assessor, a role model, a manager and leader, a scholar, and a professional. The teacher has a key role to play in the education process but this is changing.
Title: Going Lecture Free for Gen Z
Date & Time: Thursday, March 14, 2019, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Speakers: Brenda Roman - Wright State University, Irina Overman - Wright State University, Mary Jo Trout - Wright State University
At the end of the session, participants will be able to:
1.Explain the evidence and rationale for using active learning strategies throughout medical school, and how active learning strategies contribute to student attendance and team-work.
2.Formulate effective approaches to implementing a lecture-free curriculum that is grounded in science, specifically using the teaching modality of Peer Instruction (PI).
3. Introduce best-practice strategies, tips, and lessons learned from going lecture-free.
Title: Role of Foundational Sciences in Clinical Years.
Date & Time: Thursday, March 21, 2019, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM.
Speaker: Kim Dahlman - Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
Description: This session will provide participants with an innovative approach to integrating foundational sciences and meaningful clinical experiences in the post-clerkship curriculum. Participants will learn about several educational strategies and the resources necessary to achieve successful integration of foundational sciences and patient care.
If you have any questions please email at HCOM-FacultyLearning@ohio.edu
Please note that all archived webinars require an Ohio University login to access.