Director of GUMC Teaching Academy: Ming-Jung Ho, MD, DPhil
The GUMC Teaching Academy is administratively housed within the Center for Innovation and Leadership in Education (CENTILE): Adi Haramati, PhD, Director
Cultivate a community of faculty members across the medical center who are dedicated to Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC)’s educational mission.
Nurture, recognize and reward excellence in teaching at GUMC
Engage faculty in ongoing professional development
Foster educational scholarship in health sciences
GUMC Teaching Academy founded in 2015
Four membership levels:
PROTÉGÉ: Open to residents and fellows interested in teaching at GUMC ASSOCIATE: Open to new faculty hires with interest and dedication to teaching at GUMC PRINCIPAL: Evidence of outstanding performance and achievement in at least one of the following domains: Direct Teaching, Advising and Mentoring, Instructional Design/Curriculum Development, Educational Leadership, Educational Scholarship DISTINGUISHED EDUCATOR: Evidence of outstanding performance and achievement in at least three of the above domains
Current Membership: 112 in total, 3 Distinguished, 34 Principal, 49 Associate, 26 Protégé
Members are selected in biannually by a selection committee
Term is five years and is renewable
Three standing committees: Steering, Criteria & Standards, and Membership Selection committees.
Members must participate in at least two Academy programs a year and contribute 10 hours of service, including but not limited to committee member, mentor for junior faculty, workshop facilitator, presenter at the Colloquium for GUMC Educators.
Travel grants to education conferences
Colloquium for GUMC Educators in the Health Professions (annual)
Education Grand Rounds
Peer observation program (being planned for next year)
Scholarship consultation service (in development)
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#MedEd Twitter Chat
The Academies Collaborative will be hosting our very own MedEd Twitter Chat on April 18th at 9pm ET. These chats, led by Dr. Gary Beck Dallaghan, are held weekly and transcripts are distributed to the DR ED listserv. These scheduled Twitter discussions often promote lively dialogue and idea sharing. This will be a great opportunity to learn more about other academies and share best practices.
For this chat we will be discussing how Academies of Medical Educators (and their equivalents in hospital systems) structurally support educators. Check out this website for background info: https://www.academiescollaborative.com/
How has membership in your Academy supported your success as an Educator?
What event(s) does your Academy run that engage you as an Educator and/or advance your career?
What is one activity you would want your Academy to do/take on to support your role as an Educator in 2019-2020?
To follow along and add to the discussion during the chat, log in to your Twitter account then search for #mededchat. Select "Latest" from the menu and you will see the responses coming in!
Academies Collaborative Listserv
If you have not already signed up for the LISTSERV and wish to be a part of it, please email Barrett Fromme at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will be able to add you to the listserv quickly after that. We look forward to using the listserv for communication, discussions, and collaboration.
Steering Committee Members Andrea Berry, MPA and Beth Levant, PhD, MPA have volunteered to co-chair the 2019 Academies Collaborative Annual Meeting to be held in Phoenix, AZ in November. If you have any suggestions for topics and/or speakers, send them via email to email@example.com. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Also, be sure to visit the Academies Collaborative website to view resources from November and past annual meetings. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Academies Collaborative Steering Committee is reviewing and revising the current bylaws. Please send any suggestions via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ As we mentioned at the meeting in November, we are creating a Scholarly Review Committee through which surveys can be distributed to AC institutions that have agreed to participate in them. We are currently looking for members of this review committee, and we will be accepting applications later this month. If you are interested in hearing more about it, or are interested in applying, please email Barrett Fromme, email@example.com, or look for more information coming soon.