Education Redesign for Teaching Rheumatologists

Session Type: ACR Special Sessions
Tuesday, November 8, 2011: 1:00 PM-2:00 PM
W194b (McCormick Place West)
Business of Rheumatology  Educators  Fellows-in-Training  SessionSelect

Session Overview:
One of the goals of rheumatology training programs is to prepare skilled rheumatology practitioners. The statement of the goal alone does not provide a structured and organized approach to developing a successful curriculum. The Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine has convened a task force on education redesign to provide a realistic idea of what it means to be a physician practicing internal medicine. The initiative calls for the development of several competency-based initiatives and conduct multi-institutional pilot projects, based on the American Board of Internal Medicine Milestones Project, to validate competency-based evaluation tools and methods.

Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to:

  • develop milestones for rheumatology training, from medical school through fellowship
  • discuss how to increase training efficiency
  • innovate processes to help guarantee the preparation of appropriately trained rheumatologists

Moderator: Calvin R. Brown Jr, MD, Northwestern University
Talks:
1:00 PM
Educational Redesign in Rheumatology
Lee Berkowitz, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
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