Resources for Residents as Teachers
The University of Arizona College of Medicine works to prepare and support residents who supervise or teach and assess medical students. As part of this commitment, the Office of Medical Student Education annually develops and conducts a "Residents as Teachers" session at the new resident orientation in late June, in collaboration with the Office of Graduate Medical Education. This page posts links to resources concerning the development and enhancement of resident teaching and assessment skills and practices.
If you would like to see additional resources or materials posted here, please contact Karen Spear Ellinwood, PhD, JD, EdS, Associate Specialist for Faculty Instructional Development, or Gail Pritchard, PhD, Interim Senior Learning Specialist, Resident Development.
Monthly Newsletter - Stay up to date with our new monthly AMES\OMSE Faculty Instructional Development Series Newsletter - Residents please subscribe here
Instructional Technology resources on this site
MedEdPORTALR contains peer reviewed publications and other non-peer reviewed resources. [Brochure describing services]
Educational Support for Residents and Fellows
If you are a resident or fellow and would like to request assistance or resources, please contact Gail Pritchard, PhD. Residents and fellows in the Department of Medicine, please contact Guadalupe Martinez, PhD. Go to the Office of Resident Development.
Resident Duty Hours: Enhancing sleep, supervision and safety
House Staff Counselor
This page last udpated January 14, 2013 /kse/