The Office of Undergraduate Medical Education and the Office for Medical Educator Development, with the support of the Dean of the School of Medicine, provides an opportunity for funding for faculty at the School of Medicine in support of scholarship and research focused on the educational mission of the School of Medicine.
Scholarship is taken to mean work that builds upon the work of others, entails a public accountability, is open to peer review, and is built upon by others in their own educational work. Scholarship in teaching and education requires faculty to frame and systematically investigate questions related to student learning — the conditions under which it occurs, what it looks like, and how to deepen it "... with an eye not only to improving their own classroom but to advancing practice beyond."
A Pilot Study on Providing Ophthalmic Training to Medical Students While Initiating a Sustainable Eye Care Effort for the Underserved.
Julia M. Byrd, MD; Michelle R. Longmire, MD; Noah P. Syme, MD; Cristina Murray-Krezan, MS; Linda Rose, MD, PhD. Published in JAMA Ophthalmology, March 2014, Vol 132, No. 3. Available on-line at http://archopht.jamanetwork.com.
The Public Health Certificate Curriculum and "Health Equity: Introduction to Public Health."
Cynthia Arndell, MD; Amy Clithero, MBA; Deana M. Richter, MA; Leah Steimel, MPH; Veronica Plaza, MD, MPH; Jamal Martin, PhD, MPH; Ellen Cosgrove, MD. Case study published online by the Association for Prevention Teaching & Research (APTR); Available at http://www.aptrweb.org (scroll down to The Public Health Certificate Curriculum and 'Health Equity: Introduction To Public Health')
Creating Interprofessional Curricula Using Fink's Model of Curriculum Development at The University Of New Mexico Health Sciences Center. A Paper Presentation at the Collaborating Across Borders III (CABIII) Annual Conference, Tucson, AZ, 2011
Cynthia Arndell, MD; Michel Disco, PharmD, Deana Richter, MA; Betsy VanLeit, PhD; University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Presentation | Handout
Developing the Skills of Physicians as Educators in Academic Medicine: Building a CME-Approved Faculty Development Program Using a Logic Model to Identify Outcomes and Kirkpatrick's Levels of Evidence to Measure Them. A Workshop Presentation at the 1st International Conference on Faculty Development in the Health Professions Conference, Toronto, Canada, 2011
Ellen Cosgrove, MD & Deana Richter; University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Presentation | Handout
Promoting Excellence in Education Through Faculty Development - Re-Inventing the Wheel: Creating a "Hub" to Leverage Resources and Integrate Efforts. A Poster Presentation at the 1st International Conference on Faculty Development in the Health Professions Conference, Toronto, Canada, 2011
Deana Richter, MA; Ellen Cosgrove, MD; University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Poster