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Upcoming Lectures

GME Education Days
Quality Grand Rounds - Implementing a QI Curriculum: Triumphs and Tribulations
Tuesday February 11  12 noon – 2 p.m. Mac Hall 2201

Quality Improvement Poster Symposium
Tuesday February 11  12 noon – 2 p.m.  Old Library Great Hall

Diversity TBA
Thursday April 17  12 noon – 2 p.m.  DCH11600 Collins/Goudy

Clinical Competency Committee (CCC) TBA
Friday September 5 12 noon – 2 p.m.  DCH11600 Collins/Goudy

Professionalism
November ″ TBA

CME Credit is offered - RSVP to

Professional Coordinator Professional Development Program

Bronze & Silver 2014 PCPD Course Schedule
Want to learn more? Contact GME at 503-494-8652
Please RSVP to Christine Flores  via email for the entire course

In order to provide recognition to the role of program coordinators in assuring the success of their training programs, GME and PC leaders have created a Certificate Program for Program Coordinators.  The course will enhance your professional development, your competence with residency management software, knowledge of ACGME requirements, and program leadership skills.

This program will have three levels of certification:

  • Bronze Level Courses will include all of the basic topics
  • Silver Level Courses will be in addition to the Bronze Level Courses and will include more complex or advanced topics
  • Gold Level Courses would be for those program coordinators who wish a depth of knowledge that enables them to teach, help with ACGME preparation, mentorship and leadership.

In 2012, we offered Bronze Level Courses, with Silver and Gold offered in 2013. Most Bronze Level Courses will be offered annually. Each level will lead to a Certificate of Completion, with a financial incentive offered for those who complete all levels.  In order to assure mastery of the topics, there will be curricula developed with a final exam for each level. For those completing all three levels (Bronze, Silver and Gold) there will be a $1000 one-time payment awarded.

Faculty Development in Clinical Teaching (FDCT)

Series of workshops on topics relevant to effective and efficient teaching in the clinical realm.
See full schedule and RSVP

Core Conference Series

Want to learn more about social media and confidentiality, presentation skills or negotiating a contract? Join us for a seminar series on a variety of core skills. Hosted by the Department of Pediatrics and GME. See 2014-2015 schedule

All talks in UHS 8B60 from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Lunch is served
RSVP to GME 503-494-8652

Past Events and Workshops

Embracing Diversity and Inclusion: One Woman's Journey

Sheryl L. Heron MD, MPH, FACEP
1/23/13
View video here

Professionalism in Medical Training: How We Can Challenge the Hidden Curriculum

11/16/2012 
Download Professionalism PowerPoint

Sara Laschever OHSU Lecture

View video here

ACGME Milestones

Nathan R. Selden, MD, PhD, FACS, FAAP
Patrick Brunett, MD, FACEP
Friday August 3, 2012

Did you attend the Milestones presentation?
Download Dr. Selden's Power Point presentation
Download Dr. Brunett's Power Point presentation
Download Dr. Brunett's Bibliography

Stanford Faculty Development in Clinical Teaching Series

This nationally recognized, longitudinal series of workshops is designed to directly improve the clinical teaching skills of program directors, associate program directors or any faculty who teaches residents and students.
Download the series flyer

Webinars

Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER) WebinarWednesday, 10/3/2012, 12 – 2 p.m.HRC 9D53For webinar materials and slides, visit the AAMC website

Contact GME

OHSU Graduate Medical Education
Mail Code: L579
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd.
Portland, OR 97239

p: 503-494-8652
f: 503-494-8513


We are located on the 4th floor of Mackenzie Hall, Room 4148.

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Resident Wellness Center
For confidential, resident-specific counseling, please contact the center at 503-494-1208.