December 8, 2011 at 4:30 p.m.
Beaumont Royal Oak, AB-W, Lower Level, Classroom #1
Cognitive Apprenticeship is a method of instruction aimed primarily at teaching the thought processes that experts use to handle/solve complex tasks and problems.
The focus of this learning through guided experience is on cognitive and metacognitive skills, rather than on the physical skills and processes of traditional apprenticeships.
Applying apprenticeship methods to largely cognitive skills requires the externalization of processes that are usually carried out internally.
After attending this presentation learners should be better able to:
This activity is certified for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.™
Dr. Gloria Kuhn is the Vice-Chair for Academic Affairs for the Department of Emergency Medicine at Wayne State University School of Medicine. She completed a residency in emergency medicine at Detroit General Hospital. During this time Dr. Kuhn became interested in medical education. In 1982 she started the first emergency medicine residency at Mt. Carmel Mercy Hospital. This program is now one of two emergency medicine residencies sponsored by Wayne State University. In 1998, Dr. Kuhn completed a doctoral program in Instructional Technology. Her stated goal during this program was to “teach doctors to teach and assist residents and medical students to learn.” In pursuit of this goal she has been active in faculty development in her department, in the medical school and at a national level. She has been nationally and locally recognized for excellence in teaching and contributing to furthering education in emergency medicine. She hasperformed educational research and has published on this topic.
Description: Cover history of interprofessional education for patient centered collaborative practice. Discuss fundamental principles that need to be acknowledged and systematized if IPE/ICP are to be realized on university and college campuses and across health care systems. .
The Medical Library has developed an Information Mastery series for faculty development. The first session in the Information Mastery series will begin in January and be offered at each Beaumont Hospital location (Royal Oak, Troy, & Grosse Pointe) as well as the Oakland University campus for the convenience of our busy participants. William Beaumont Hospital designates this training activity for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Please contact Dr. Mi (email@example.com) with any questions.
January: Introduction to Evidence-based Medicine
The session will serve as an introduction to the principles, process, and steps of practicing evidence-based medicine (EBM) and to the relevant online information resources. Barriers and approaches to teaching and practicing EBM in clinical settings will be discussed as well. Flyer
February: Accessing Online Information Resources from Your Desktop
The session will focus on how to access and use a variety of library full text medical information resources to answer questions in basic sciences and clinical medicine. In the session, participants will learn about these resources, their unique features, scope/content coverage, and tips of searching these resources.
March: Searching PubMed for the Best Evidence
The session is designed and offered for those faculty who have mastered basic PubMed search techniques and who would like to learn how to use unique PubMed filters and search strategies (Limits, Clinical Queries, My NCBI) to retrieve relevant information for patient care and clinical research. Also covered in the session are different ways of locating full-text journal articles via PubMed.
April: Keeping Afloat in the Sea of Biomedical Information
The session will provide faculty with tools, techniques, and strategies to stay abreast of what is new in a field of interest and to develop a personal information management plan for keeping current. Participants will learn how to use RSS feeds for PubMed search results, My NCBI, Google Reader, and others, to meet individual needs for staying updated.
May: Copyright and Intellectual Integrity
The session will provide an introduction to key copyright principles, intellectual property issues, and individual authors' rights in the publishing world. The session will help reduce misconceptions and doubts and answer questions in using copyrighted materials in the pursuit of scholarly teaching and learning activities.
Note: There will be no scheduled session at Grosse Pointe and Oakland University this month
June: RefWorks-Introduction to a Web-based Bibliographic Management System
RefWorks is a web-based bibliographic management tool that allows a user to import, organize, generate, and format citations/references in hundreds of styles. The session will teach basic skills on how to create a database of references, import PubMed search results, insert and format selected references into a Word document.
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