Our current education programs focus on physician teachers and educators primarily in southeastern Wisconsin, with opportunities available for our Advocate Aurora Health colleagues throughout Wisconsin and northern Illinois.
This program focuses on the breadth of competencies needed for those who lead, co-lead and/or aspire to have a major role in our residency/fellowship, clerkships, CME, simulation and/or medical education initiatives.
The 18–24-month, project-based program meets 3 hours per month, in addition to about 1 hour per week of “outside” time (e.g., reading, practicing, gathering data, reviewing project drafts).
These 45-minute, hands-on sessions give you an opportunity to learn and practice specific skills and get constructive feedback on your teaching style.
This 60–90-minute orientation is for new physician teachers. It provides an overview of our medical education programs across the continuum, from medical student to resident-fellow through continuing medical education.
We’ll review how accreditation and competency requirements at each training level can help us maximize our training and patient care priorities.