School of Medicine

Wayne State University School of Medicine

Stanford Faculty Development Program in Medical Teaching

 

 

 

 

The Stanford Faculty Development Program in Medical Teaching is a longstanding nationally-recognized teaching improvement effort. Since 2007, the School of Medicine has invited teaching faculty members to participate in this intensive faculty development program to help faculty enhance versatility in teaching, better analyze and improve teaching encounters, and engage in collegial discussions about approaches to teaching. The course is held on the WSU SOM campus and is facilitated by an instructor who has been trained at the Stanford Faculty Development Center. To learn more about this course, visit the Stanford Faculty Development Center website.

The Stanford Faculty Development Program in Medical Teaching will be offered in January and March of 2016.

Update (10/15/2015): 2016 Winter classes have been filled. We will call for new applications in summer 2016.

Please contact Dr. Laurie Richlin, PhD, Director, Office of Learning and Teaching Wayne State School of Medicine at (lrichlin@med.wayne.edu) for further information.


Click Here for a list of the Stanford Program Participants as of January 2015

 

Background on Stanford Program in Medical Teaching