Annual Meetings- Present and Past
Below is information about our upcoming annual meeting as well as notes and materials from previous meetings
Join us at this year's Learn Serve Lead 2017: The AAMC Annual Meeting November 3-7, 2017, Boston, Mass.
Register Now: http://bit.ly/2sFmpXv
The Academies Collaborative is excited to announce registration is now open for the National Academies Collaborative Meeting at the AAMC in Boston, MA on November 3, 2017. The meeting is scheduled for 9:00 am – 12:00 pm at the Hynes Convention Center.
The cost of registration is $50 and you may pre-register at https://event.crowdcompass.com/lsl17/activity/YruW55MocY when registering for the Learn, Serve, Lead meeting.
At this year’s meeting participants can expect:
· Updates on the latest research from across the Academies Collaborative, including success metrics for Academies
· Focused time on topics with experts from Academies, including: issues for new academies; leadership skills to maintain engagement; research in your Academies;
· An exploration of how Academies can support well-being among our members, and on our campuses
· How Academies can support professional advancement at schools
Archive of Past Annual Meetings
November 11, 2016
In this meeting we discussed and shared resources on the following topics: (1) Membership Engagement Strategies, (2) Matching Missions, Members, and Community, and (3) Measuring your Academy’s Impact, along with structured and active Opportunities for Networking.
Please check out our current newsletter for details of the meeting, as well as handouts and slides.
Welcome and Overview
Welcome from the Academies Collaborative (AC) Chair Wendy Hobson-Rohrer, MD, MSPH. Introduction of current and new AC Steering Committee members, time for participant introductions.
Topic I: Panel discussion. Membership Structure: what and why
Academies across the country have different types of membership structures, for example, honorary, multi-level, or required applications for membership with renewal. We will have a discussion and debate with representatives from different institutions with different membership structures. This session will benefit participants who wish to understand the pros and cons to different ways of forming and maintaining membership, those who are considering changing their membership structure and requirements, as well as participants from new or newly-forming Academies who would like information to decide what is best for their group. Resources such as examples of membership announcements, applications, and renewal forms will be provided on the AC website.
Topic II: How do we assess Academy impact?
Academies provide many programs and services to their members, but how do they demonstrate the values they add to their institution? We address three questions in this session: (a) how to address interests of key stakeholders (dean, faculty, academy director, students, etc); (b) how to link evaluation to Academy goals and mission; and (c) how to assess the institution’s culture for education.
In the large group we will identify 4-5 key areas of shared interest for evaluation, and work in small groups to discuss evaluation plans for each area, and debrief in the large group. We will share any existing resources and facilitate collaboration plans for attendees who wish to conduct joint evaluations.
Presentation by Amy Sullivan, Charting our progress: Evaluating Academy impact
Networking and social time
Following a short break with food and free networking time, participants can choose to work at tables with one of the following assigned topics: (a) collaboration on evaluation projects, (b) new/newly forming Academies with mentors, (c) directors’ discussion groups, or (d) general networking.
2014 Academies Collaborative Meeting
November 7, 2014
3:30–6:00 PM in the Chicago Hyatt – Acapulco Room
Meet with colleagues to discuss innovative strategies to drive institutional commitment to educators and excellence in teaching in the health professions. The content of this meeting will be directed by the needs of the participants, and participants will leave with action items to use at their home institution.
The Academies Collaborative fosters and champions teaching academies and similar organizations to develop and recognize educators’ excellence in the health professions.
3:30 – 3:50 Welcome and Group Discussion For Topic Generation ~ What Topics, Related To Academies, Keep Us Up At Night?
3:50 – 4:15 State of the Academies Collaborative and Academies Nationally
4:15 – 4:25 Selection of Topics for Small Group Work Followed by Break
4:25 – 5:05 Facilitated Small Group Topics Discussion and Creation of Action Items
5:05 – 5:45 Large Group Report Back
5:45 – 6:00 Wrap Up and Next Steps
More than 70 attendees represented 46 institutions at the 2013 meeting in Philadelphia. View Institutions Represented, or download Abstract Book.
The keynote address, “Transforming our Shared Lessons and Experiences in Faculty Development and Teaching Academies to Formulate our Vision and Action for the Future,” was presented by:
LuAnn Wilkerson, EdD, Professor of Medicine and Sr. Associate Dean for Education, UCLA School of Medicine
Mary Y. Lee, MD, MS, Professor of Medicine and Associate Provost, Tufts University
View Keynote slides 2013.
The Program Committee reviewed abstracts addressing best practices and innovations in the following thematic areas: Faculty Development for Teachers in the 21st Century; Innovative Teaching Tools or Methods; and Interprofessional Education, Membership or Training. The committee selected the following abstracts for presentation in a blinded, peer-reviewed process:
“Faculty Development for Teachers in the 21st Century,” Christine M. Peterson, MD and Casey B. White, PhD; University of Virginia [Peterson-White slides]
“Maximizing Co-Training Opportunities in a Traditional Health Sciences Campus,” Karen Hughes-Miller, PhD, University of Louisville [Hughes Miller slides]
“Integrating 21st Century Tools into the Teaching Scholars Program through Curriculum Redesign,” Janet Corral, PhD, University of Colorado[Corral slides]
“Motivation to be a Faculty Developer,” Patricia O’Sullivan, EdD and David Irby, PhD, University of California, San Francisco [O’Sullivan-Irby slides]
Innovative Tools in Medical Education
Residents and Fellows as Educators Programs
Collaboration amongst Academies
Assessing the Impact of Academies and Academy Programs
2012: San Francisco
Fifty attendees represented 30 schools at the 2012 meeting in San Francisco on November 3.
David Irby, PhD, of UCSF delivered the keynote address, “Academies of the Future: Engagement, Innovation and Community.”
View Irby Keynote 2012-11-03
A call for abstracts focused on the following thematic areas:
Creating and sustaining a community of educators
In a blinded, peer-reviewed process, three were selected for presentation.
Raising Expectations of Academy Members to Increase Engagement Richard Schwartzstein, MD, Harvard Medical School
An Innovative Blended Learning Approach to Train Faculty Mentors: Experience of the UCSF Teaching Observation Program Kanade Shinkai, MD, PhD, University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine
Assessment of the Impact of a Hospital-based Teaching Academy Alan Leightner, MD, Boston Children’s Hospital
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS
Development and Implementation of a Multidisciplinary Medical Education Elective for Residents and Fellows
Tailoring Faculty Development to Meet Departmental Needs: Using a Consultant Model
Fashioning the Children’s Academy of Pediatric Educators: A 4-Year Developmental Trajectory