UF College of Medicine to celebrate top-notch education programs during Medical Education Week

The UF College of Medicine will celebrate its top-notch education programs during Medical Education Week Feb. 17-21.

The Society of Teaching Scholars will sponsor a week’s schedule of events highlighting the education programs at the UF College of Medicine, as well as honoring faculty members who contribute to the advancement of medication education.

Noon-1 p.m. daily in Room C1-4:

  • Mon., Feb. 17: Dr. Lisolette Dyrbye, “Physicians in distress: Being a doctor is an occupational hazard.”
  • Tues., Feb. 18: Faculty Panel Presentation, “Portfolios: Past, present and future.”
  • Wed., Feb. 19: Dr. Curtis Whitehair, “How has growing-up digital impacted learning?”
  • Thurs., Feb. 20: Dr. Paul Gulig & Dr. W. Stratford May Jr, “An update of the MD/PhD Program at the UF COM.”
  • Fri., Feb. 21: Elizabeth “Beth” Phillips, executive director of UF E-Campus, “Alternative learning methods.”

**Wed., Feb. 19: The 14th annual Celebration of Excellence in Medical Education Reception and Awards Ceremony, 5-7:30 p.m. in the BMS Atrium (by invitation only)

Gainesville faculty: Lunch provided with advance registration only.

Jacksonville faculty: Lunch provided with RSVP one week in advance to denise.west@jax.ufl.edu.

Please be sure to register for all sessions you plan to attend. Video conferencing will be available to Jacksonville Alumni Auditorium.

For more information, contact the Office of Educational Affairs at 352-273-7925.