Faculty Development

Faculty Development supports faculty members in their roles as t
eachers, researchers/scholars and administrators/leaders. Resources include the following: 

Seminars Organized by Queen's Department of Family Medicine




Date: Thursday, October 5
, 2017  

Time: 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m.  

Location: Seminar Room, Haynes Hall  

Facilitator: Dr. Ruth Wilson  

By the end of the session, participants will develop an understanding of teaching feedback and be able to identify barriers to its delivery. The session will offer practical feedback strategies to promote more effective learning. 

Please RSVP to Vicky Garrah at vicky.garrah@dfm.queensu.ca by Thursday, September 28, 2017. 

A light lunch will be served. 



Online and Other Resources Linked to Queen's "Family Medicine Teachers' Objectives"

Orientation: prepare yourself, your office (or other clinical setting) and your resident for the rotation

Clinical Teaching Tips: understand adult learning and use teaching techniques effective in clinical settings

Evaluation of Residents by Teachers: evaluate residents effectively, using Queen’s Department of Family Medicine’s evaluation system

The Resident in Difficulty: identify and then contribute to the assessment and management of a resident’s difficulties when he/she is not meeting expectations

Queen's Academic Context: know about the Department of Family Medicine’s and Queen’s Faculty of Health Sciences’ policies, so you have guidelines to follow when needed (supervision of clinical trainees; faculty appointments and promotions; mentoring teachers)

Queen's Faculty of Health Sciences' Faculty Development Office

College of Family Physicians of Canada
Fundamental Teaching Activities in Family Medicine
a.) Clinical Preceptor
b.) Teacher Outside the Clinical Setting
c.) Educational Leader

Academic Support Process  

The Academic Support Process website was designed by the Department of Family Medicine, University of Ottawa, to provide guidance and support to medical educators.