The University of Maryland School of Medicine and the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMS) provide collaborative oversite of more than 50 ACGME-approved GME programs. This oversite includes GME programs approved for “Equivalency Accreditation” and recognized by the State of Maryland for training licensure and oversight. In addition, School of Medicine provides training and mentoring for residents as teachers and role models for our students.
Teaching Skills Programs
Feedback Skills, Precepting Skills, Large and Small Group Teaching, Poster Presentation, and Innovations in Educational Technology are available upon request.
Preparing for a career in Academic Medicine, Preparing for Practice, and Mentoring are available upon request.
The University of Maryland Health Sciences and Human Services Library offers a variety of free workshops that are open to all faculty and staff.
Research Skills are offered periodically and resident participation is welcomed.
The Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development offers a Faculty Development: Clinical Teaching Skills Symposium. The symposium covers:
- Feedback in Clinical Education
- Teaching and Assessing Procedural Skills in Medical Education
- Curriculum Development in Medical Education
- Assessing Learners using Developmental Models of Learning in Medicine
- Podcasting in Medical Education
- Objectives and Competencies In Medical Education
- Teaching in a Busy Clinical Setting
- Large Group Lectures
- Audience Response System
Read more about the Faculty Development: Clinical Teaching Skills Symposium held on September 24, 2018.
GME Policies and Procedures
View the GME website for the University of Maryland Medical Center for information.
For More Information:
Robertha Simpson, MBA
Director, Office of Faculty Affairs & Professional Development