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Curbsiders Teach is THE internal medicine podcast for all things medical education. We use expert interviews to inspire the next generation of medical educators by providing listeners with teaching pearls, practice-changing knowledge, and a learning objective-based dosing of Edutainment (medical education, made entertaining). Season 3 of this weekly mini-series will air every Tuesday starting April 4, 2023 on our website or wherever you get your podcasts! We are so excited to bring you this ...
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Join us as Dr Sarah Vick @SVickMD shares practical techniques and frameworks from her workshop at AIMW24 on helping diagnose and treat clinical reasoning gaps in your learners. We break down clinical reasoning into actionable steps; you’ll come away with helpful tips you can take back to clinic or wards next time you are teaching! Claim CME for thi…
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Join us for a live-recorded episode with the one and only Dr. Kimberly Manning. We cover Dr. Manning’s leadership journey, share practical tips for budding leaders in health professions education with a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion, and cover how to stay grounded and vulnerable in the process of being a humanistic leader. Sorry, no CME…
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Listen as our esteemed guest Dr. Stefanie Brown @Dr_B_UMJMHIM (University of Miami) discusses how to successfully lead a residency program through change. Whether you’re looking to gain specific tips on how to navigate the transition to a new scheduling model or development of residency pathways, or just be inspired in your leadership journey, Dr. …
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Join us as we discuss all things learner autonomy with returning guest Dr Ben Kinnear. We cover the value of supporting learner autonomy, practical tips for doing this in practice, challenges related to bias in health care and education, and when to let your learners fail to help them grow. Claim CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org! We…
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Join us as we discuss responding as a leader when you receive hard to hear feedback with two new guests: Drs. Sall and DeKosky. We cover key points from their respective AIMW24 workshops: “Maintaining PD Wellness: What to Do When the Residents or Faculty are Mad at You,” and “From Whining to Winning: Transforming the Chronic Complainer into a Const…
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Be inspired by Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine Leader, Lisa Willett MD, as we discuss her leadership journey, tips for early career leaders in health professions education, and wisdom to live by as a leader. Push yourself to speak up confidently without arrogance, focus on your mission, and be humble while supporting your team. This is part…
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Learn from the experts about the fundamentals of using AI in health professions education! Drs. Dylan Fortman, Adam Rodman, and Laurah Turner sit down with us to discuss what these models are, concerns to look out for when using these models, and how to integrate them into your teaching. Challenge yourself to explore where AI can take health profes…
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Join us as we get to sit down in person with guests Carolyn Chan MD MHS, Shelly-Ann Fluker MD FACP, and Jen Olenik MD to discuss pearls from this amazing conference. Listen in as we highlight innovative educational techniques, including gamification and other strategies to engage learners. Pick up some juicy pearls from our favorite workshops on fe…
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Join us as we learn a practical approach to teaching the basics of evidence based medicine on the wards or in clinic with Nicholas Maldonado MD, FACEP. He talks us through the 5As framework, with a deeper dive into how to help our learners ask clinical questions and acquire the answers they are seeking in the medical literature using the 5S pyramid…
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Guests Dr. Sue Farrell, Harvard University and Dr. Caroline Okorie, Stanford University, discuss careers as clinician educators. They share their own roadmap for advancement in academic medicine while reflecting on the concept of ikigai. We review tips for success for academic clinicians across the spectrum- how to create your strategic plan, think…
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Dr Travis Crook (Vanderbilt) shares his passion for teaching on this special Cribsiders-Teach Collab on the learner as educator. We cover the continuum of health professions learners from undergraduate to graduate, including both direct teaching skills along with educational theory important for a career as a clinician educator. Whether you are loo…
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Listen as we discuss the Science of Learning with our guest expert Cindy Nebel, PhD from Vanderbilt University. In this episode, we review the process of learning and highlight six tips educators can use to improve retention and understanding. Whether you’re an educator looking for new ways to elevate your instructional strategies or you're a stude…
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Michelle Kittleson, MD (@MKittlesonMD) drops pearls from her new book, Mastering the Art of Patient Care, around how to be a leader and navigate transitions in health profession education. She shares relatable anecdotes and valuable tips on how to prepare for leadership, navigate uncertainty, and build your mentor cabinet. Claim free CME for this e…
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Dr Calvin Chou (UCSF) returns to talk with us about remediation in health professions education. We outline an easy framework to approach remediation: Identification, Clarification, Intervention, and Assessment. Dr Chou shares specific tips to define the underlying problem when a learner is struggling, how to address bias, and pointers on creating …
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Join us as we talk with Andi Marmor, MD (UCSF) as we dive deep into professionalism in health professions education. We define professionalism, discuss assessment, and review concrete methods for approaching a professionalism conversation. Learn to use the SOAP framework you are already familiar with from your clinical work to help address a profes…
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Join us for an exclusive discussion at the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine #AIM23 with Dr. Tony Dao, WashU, Dr. Chelsea Chang, UT Rio Grande Valley, and Dr. Sonny Lee, Loma Linda, on best practices for inclusive interviewing. We review ways to prepare your program well before the interview season, how to conduct interviews on the day of to …
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Join in as Dr. Ryan Nelson, @RyanNelsonMD, teaches us how to create effective, engaging whiteboard mini lectures (WMLs). He provides tips and tricks for incorporating cognitive multimedia learning theory into WMLs as well as common pitfalls and how to overcome them. Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org! Website | Instagram | …
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Special bonus episode: we have the privilege of sitting down with Dr Shobhina Chheda, Chair of the Alliance of Academic Internal Medicine, to talk about the work of the Alliance, how to get involved, and how to leverage conferences and professional society engagement to advance your career as a clinician educator. She updates us on the major focus …
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Enjoy an excellent conversation on Networking 101 with our guest Dr. Utibe Essien during the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine Conference AIMW23 in Austin, TX April 2023. We cover ways to become a networking pro and the skills needed to both grow and maintain your professional community. Dr. Essien shares reflections on his AIMW23 plenary tal…
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We get to sit down in person with Drs. Josh Onyango and Noble Maleque to share our favorite pearls from the AIMW23 conference in Austin, Texas. We discuss Dr. Utibe Essien’s Plenary on race in medicine, escape rooms in medical education, the role of coaching, how to support learners who take leave, and how to use podcasts in your teaching. Even if …
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Join us as we sit down in person with Drs. Cahill, Chheda, Montgomery, and Spencer to talk about our favorite parts of Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine AIMW23 in Austin, TX April 2023. We cover the importance of setting boundaries, improving continuity clinic experiences, using radical candor in feedback conversations, and more. Dr. Chheda e…
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Drs. Danielle O’Toole and Meredith Vanstone of McMaster University join us this week to talk about their recent publication Optimizing the Educational Value of Indirect Patient Care. Indirect patient care activities (IPCAs) have been highlighted as a component of the hidden curriculum in medical education as well as a significant source of physicia…
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Listen as our esteemed guest Dr. Malathi Srinivasan (Stanford University) discusses how to make teaching engaging on any virtual platform. We cover how to turn your in person lectures into digestible, entertaining virtual content, while reminding yourself of the reason you are teaching in the first place. Claim free CME for this episode at curbside…
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Lisa Meeks, PhD (UMICH) @meekslisa of Docs with Disabilities Initiative and Podcast shares her expertise around supporting learners with disabilities. In this episode, we challenge our ableist approach in medicine and focus on including the rich diversity of disabled learners in medical training. We review best practices for mentoring students, way…
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Join us as we discuss assessment in medical education with Dr Arianne Teherani @arianneteherani. We review the overall goals of assessment, the history of how assessment has evolved to reflect the needs of our society, and best practices for optimal and equitable assessment. Website | Instagram | Twitter | Subscribe | Swag! | Top Picks | thecurbsid…
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Listen as our esteemed guest and education guru Dr. Kendra Van Kirk (University of Miami) discusses how to utilize backward design to ensure effective learning on the wards! We cover the three stages of backward design, how to identify specific learning objectives for each learner, and how to create instructional activities and assessments to confi…
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Join us as Drs. Jen Babik (@jen_babik) & Varun Phadke (@VarunPhadke2) discuss pearls on how to teach as a consultant. We cover how to identify your learner’s level of knowledge and interest, where to teach effectively, and how to communicate with the primary team. We dive into how to support primary teams asking consult questions and how to manage …
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Listen as our esteemed guests Dr. Rachel Hathaway (@rhathaw) and Sara Bailey discuss teaching strategies for when emotions run high in the learning environment. We discuss the pyramid of behaviors and emotions, ‘differential diagnoses’ for what may be occurring for learners, and how to approach these challenging situations! Website | Instagram | Tw…
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Listen as our esteemed guest Bernice Ruo MD FACP (University of California San Diego, SGIM Teach Faculty) discusses the tips and tricks to becoming an effective MedEd scholar! Dr. Ruo provides practical tips to getting started and gaining momentum as a MedEd scholar as well as ways to promote MedEd scholarly activity amongst trainees. Website | Ins…
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We’re joined by Dr. Elisabeth Poorman (@DrPoorman) to discuss the impactful and very important topic of mental health in health professionals. Dr. Poorman reviews the current data regarding prevalence of burnout and mental health conditions, as well as specific and actionable ways we can create a more holistic and healthy environment in the field o…
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Aisha Queen-Johnson, MSW of @UCSF_CCE highlights the power of community engagement (CE) in health professions education to allow for bidirectional opportunities to understand the lived experience of individuals and communities to reduce health inequities. We cover how to partner with community groups, best practices for choosing projects where lear…
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Listen as our esteemed guest Dr. Maria Wamsley @MariaWamsley discusses the tips and tricks of successful interprofessional teaching! We talk through values and challenges of interprofessional teaching, and Dr Wamsley provides practical details for getting an interprofessional teaching experience off the ground or expanding it at your institution. W…
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This week, we discuss the best hour(ish) of the week– morning report– with our two guests, Dr. Tony Breu @tony_breu of the Curious Clinicians and Dr. Ryan Bonner @RWBonner91. We discuss the history of morning report, best practices for advancing education, and ways to spark engagement for your learners to ensure everyone is benefiting from report! …
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Physical examination guru Dr. André Mansoor, @AndreMansoor brings his expertise to effectively teach the physical examination to learners! We discuss the power of the physical examination, how to prime learners for bedside teaching, and ways to solidify knowledge gained. Website | Instagram | Twitter | Subscribe | Swag! | Top Picks | thecurbsiderst…
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Join us with our guests Alaka Ray (@AlakaRay) and Ryan Nall (@nallryan) as we discuss different precepting models for the outpatient setting. Dr. Ray and Dr. Nall review the pros and cons of the traditional, the one-minute preceptor (OMP), SNAPPS, and precepting in the presence of the patient (PIPP) models of precepting. Learn about the various pre…
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Join Molly, Era, and Dr Subha Ramani to discuss best practices for bedside teaching. We help you move past Res-Attending and embrace effective bedside teaching! You’ll learn to effectively prepare, lead, and debrief rounds with patients and learners. This is the last episode of season 1 of The Curbsiders Teach, we look forward to coming back Summer…
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Summary Listen as our esteemed guest Dr Nora Osman discusses how a growth mindset is valuable to teachers and learners in medical education. If we hold a fixed mindset, feedback and failures don’t hold the nutritive potential they can as when we conceptualize them with a growth mindset. We have to think deeply about how we can change the culture an…
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Listen in as we take a deep dive into the world of narrative evaluations in medicine with Dr. Suzanne Minor (@minor_se). Dr. Minor discusses specific elements to beef up how we write and what we write–highlighting what we should definitely include and what to avoid when writing learner summaries or letters of recommendation. Come learn how to take …
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Summary Expert mentors Dr. Jane Liebschutz, @liebschutz (University of Pittsburgh) and Dr. Mitch Feldman (University of California San Francisco) bring their expertise to teach us the recipe for mentorship success! We discuss the differences between mentors, sponsors, and coaches as well as tips for navigating the rocky waters of ending a mentorshi…
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Listen as our guest Ben Kinnear MD @Midwest_MedPeds from the University of Cincinnati dives into Competency-Based, Time-Variable Medical Education, sharing his expertise and experience with starting the CBMETV pilot program TIMELESS (Transitions in Internal Medical Education Leveraging Entrustment Scores and Scales). We explore some of the challeng…
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Listen as our knowledgeable guest Dr Consuelo H. Wilkins @DrCHWilkins discusses antiracism in medicine, specifically at the interpersonal level- how to discuss this with your team and address aggressions- and at the broader level- how can we work toward systemic change. Dr Wilkins stresses that this is a challenging and nuanced topic. When consider…
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Curbsiders own literature appraisal expert, Dr Rahul Ganatra @rbganatra, shares tips and tricks for running a journal club. We will talk you through the basics of selecting an article, preparing ahead of time, engaging learners during the session, and finding key take away points. Make journal club at your institution fun and successful! Website | …
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Join us to discuss supporting learner mental health in health professions education. Dr Chantal Young shares her approach to helping individual students who may be struggling, as well as local and broader systemic approaches to enhancing wellbeing in medical school and beyond. Website | Instagram | Subscribe | Swag! | Top Picks | thecurbsidersteach…
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Listen as our esteemed guests Dr. Emily Abdoler (@EmilyAbdoler,) and Dr. Gurpreet Dhaliwal (@Gurpreet2015) introduce us to the entity of management reasoning and its subset, therapeutic reasoning! Turns out our learners probably have a lot more to learn about therapeutic reasoning (what we spend most of our time doing in primary care) than the bett…
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Drs Geoff Stetson (@GStetsonMD) and Jennifer Spicer (@JenniferSpicer4) from the @MedEdTwagTeam lead us on a deep dive into how to run effective teaching rounds. We’ll help you improve your skills in creating rapport and inclusion, share concrete tips to be a better ally and upstand for your team, help you find a balance between autonomy and availab…
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Welcome to our first episode of Curbsiders Teach! Listen in as expert Dr Calvin Chou (UCSF) leads us through concrete tips to optimize your feedback dialogue with learners. We cover the importance of creating a relationship built on mutual goals of getting to our personal best, helping learners form SMART goals, the ARTful approach to a feedback co…
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