The peer evaluation program provides a forum for faculty to receive feedback from their peers on their teaching. Faculty Development offers guidance for the peer review process and manages the associated forms. Faculty Development representatives also offer to serve as reviewers.
If you would like to participate in our peer observation program, please contact Amanda Ramos.
The UCF College of Medicine Faculty Life Office is pleased to present workshops and seminars designed to support the professional development and clinical teaching endeavors of our faculty.
Click here to view current offerings.
The writing cohort meets in the Spring over a series of 12 sessions. All faculty are welcome to join ad hoc, but those who commit to attending 10 out of the 12 sessions will receive a copy of the book, Writing Your Journal Article in 12 Weeks. For information about the COM Faculty Writing Cohort, please contact Lacy Stallings.
The Group on Women in Medicine and Science (GWIMS) advances the full and successful participation and inclusion of women within academic medicine by addressing gender equity, recruitment and retention, awards & recognition, and career advancement. The group participates and organizes a number of activities and events, such as a book club, forums, and participation in conferences. For more information about the UCF COM GWIMS faculty interest group, please contact Lacy Stallings
Meaningful and Impactful Learning Environments (MILE) is a faculty led interest group for faculty to discuss new teaching ideas and strategies, problem-solve teaching challenges and review developments in the field of medical education.
For more information about joining the MILE faculty interest group, please contact Amanda Ramos.
This series highlights tools and provides a forum for discussion around innovative techniques and best practices in the clinic. In this way we foster a community of practice around excellence in clinical practice.
For more information on this program, contact Andrea Berry.
ACT is an online program that reviews relevant clinical teaching topics. The ACT program will instruct faculty in best practices for medical education and provides CME credit for all UCF faculty.
Click here to learn more.
Resident as Teacher is a program that is designed to fulfill the educational and program requirements of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME). The program trains residents in teaching skills, which are essential to training medical students and delivering patient education. Every year the Resident as Teacher program delivers an overview of the specific clerkship objectives and policies, in addition to four other prepared sessions. Sessions include Writing Narrative Evaluation, Teaching Evidence-Based Medicine and many more.
The Office of Faculty Development in partnership with the Marketing Team and Harriet F. Ginsburg library team, hosted a series of events focusing on Developing Your Online Presence for our faculty.
Please find the topics we covered below.
- Choosing Your Site
Sites: Academia.edu, Mendeley, Research Gate, Google Scholar, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook
- Safety & Boundaries
LinkedIn Safety [9:12 min]
LinkedIn Boundaries [3 min]
Twitter Safety [8:35 min]
Twitter Boundaries [5:48 min]
- Engaging in Your Chosen Platform
LinkedIn Connections [5 min]
LinkedIn Posting a Paper [3 min]
Twitter Connections [4:37 min]
Twitter Posting a Paper [5:09 min]
- Tools for Developing Your Online Presence
LinkedIn Tools [6:50 min]
Twitter Tools [9:29 min]
- Strategies for Engagement
Strategies for Engagement Intro [3:29 min]
LinkedIn Strategies for Engagement [6:45 min]
Twitter Strategies for Engagement [8:33 min]
Questions regarding social media? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Faculty Development is hosting a series of events focusing on Research in Medical Education for our faculty.
- Confused about Open Access? Publishing Models Unraveled
Are you getting ready to submit a manuscript for publication and are curious about whether to choose the Open Access option? This video provides the basics on three publishing models you may encounter, the subscription model, open access model and hybrid model.
- The Art of the Research Question
Presented by Jonathan Kibble, Ph.D.- February 26, 2019
- Program Evaluation 101
Presented by Magdalena Pasarica, M.D., Ph.D. & Andrea Berry, MPA – August 18, 2017
- Presentation Tips and Techniques
Presented by Analia Castiglioni, MD & Monica Bailey, MA – September 22, 2017
- Principles of Survey Design in Health Professions Education*
Presented by Anthony Artino Jr., PhD, CAPT, MSC, USN – September 28, 2017
- Systematic and Cochrane Review*
Presented by Morris Gordon, MBChB, MMed, PhD – October 16, 2017
- Submitting a Successful IRB Protocol*
Presented by Jennifer E. Neal-Jimenez, MD, MS, MSB, CCRP – October 27, 2017
- Mixed Methods: Looking Beyond the Numbers
Presented by Anya Andrews, PhD, PMP – January 12, 2018
- Getting Published in Medical Education
Presented by Dr. Morris Gordon – August 12, 2016
- Identifying and Starting Your Project
Presented by Shalu Gillum, JD, MLS, AHIP and Monica Bailey – August 26, 2016
- Tips for Publishing and Presenting Your Work
Presented by Dr. Elias Giraldo, Dr. David Harris, Dr. Saleh Rahman, Andrea Berry, MPA, and Monica Bailey, MA – September 16, 2016
Editorial Panel Notes
- Writing Your First Draft: Discussion Storylines*
Presented by Dr. Lorelei Lingard – October 14, 2016
- Resources for Research
Presented by Anya Andrews, Ph.D., Julia Soulakova, Ph.D., Elise Dantuma, MBA, Shalu Gillum, JD, MLS, AHIP , Natasha Williams, MLIS and Angie Griffin – October 28, 2016
Research in Medical Education Resources
Peer Review Worksheet
- Get Published Now!
Presented by Latha Ganti, MD, MS, MBA, FACEP – November 18, 2016
*Indicates that session recording is for UCF COM staff and faculty only. Select Webcourses to view session recording.
Come visit our faculty development library, located in office COM 406-B.
To view our current listing of books, click here.
If you are interested in reading a book we do not currently have, email email@example.com and we will be happy to possibly order it for you.
The Med Ed Minute publication provides practical tips for clinical educators. Each Med Ed Minute can be digested in one minute or less and is focused on high yield topics such as working with struggling learners, setting expectations and assessment. If you would like to recommend additional topics for the series, please contact Amanda.Ramos@ucf.edu.
- Time Efficient Teaching Strategies
- Narrative Assessment
- Presentation on Deficits
- Setting Expectations
- Struggling Learner
- Using Questioning as a Teaching Tool
- Cultivating a Growth Mindset in Learners
- Teaching and Assessing Professionalism
- Working with Learners Across Generations
- Reflect on Teaching Effectiveness
- Designing and Creating a Positive Learning Experience
- Giving Effective Feedback
- Dealing with a Difficult Learning Situation