Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC)
The Association of American Medical Colleges is a nonprofit association of medical schools, teaching hospitals, and academic societies. The AAMC seeks to improve the nation's health by enhancing the effectiveness of academic medicine. http://www.aamc.org/
The AAMC offers a variery of workshops geared towards professional development. For example:
- Physician Workforce Research Conference
- Careers in Medicine Professional Development Conference
- Executive Development Seminar for Associate Deans/Department Chairs
For full listing of all of the programs, visit AAMC Meetings
Harvard's Center for Workplace Development (CWD)
Professional Development and Training for Faculty and Staff given by the Workforce Development and Training staff at HMS. These programs help HMS/HSDM faculty and employees enhance their management, communications, and leadership skills.
Faculty with Harvard Medical School appointments may attend these workshops at no cost.
For more information go to:
http://www.employment.harvard.edu/benefits/learndevelop/professional.shtml and/or http://www.postdoc.harvard.edu/education-and-training/
HSPH Center for Continuing Professional Education
Professional Development Education given by the Harvard School of Public Health.
For listing of upcoming programs, go to https://ccpe.sph.harvard.edu/programs.cfm?loc=t
2013 Program for Educators in Health Professions
Application Deadline: September 21, 2012
Current Dates: 1/13/2013 - 1/23/2013 & 5/5/2013 - 5/10/2013
The goal of this Harvard Macy Program is to enhance the professional development of physicians, basic scientists and other healthcare professionals as educators. The program will combine five major themes: Learning and teaching, curriculum, evaluation, leadership, and information technology. The program provides a select group of 60 healthcare professionals with the knowledge base and skills to enhance their expertise in both conducting an educational project of their own design and taking a leadership role in the educational activities at their home institutions.
The program consists of two sessions in residence at Harvard: an 11-day winter session and a 6-day spring session. Learning formats include large-group presentations, interactive exercises, problem-based learning, observations, reflective use of journals, and discussion in large and small groups. A variety of faculty-facilitated small-group formats are used to support learning from observation, to draw together scholars with common interests, and to further the development of each scholar's back-home project for educational change.
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