GME Leadership Symposium honors Brett Faine, PharmD

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

The 2016 GME Leadership Symposium, held on April 29 in the Kinnick Stadium Pressbox, recognized the following UI Health Care faculty and staff for their contributions in educating and supporting the next generation of physicians.

Excellence in Clinical Coaching

The residency and fellowship programs are able to provide high-quality clinical education because of the dedication of individual faculty members who passionately apply their enthusiasm for teaching excellence in clinical venues. This institutional award provides program directors with the opportunity to nominate valued faculty for their outstanding performance in coaching the next generation of physicians.

"On critical care cases, Brett is always at the bedside as part of the team recommending and teaching as to why and what drugs or antibiotics would be best for a particular patient. Brett is approachable and loves to teach in the ED. Notably, seven of Dr. Faine's nine peer-reviewed publication in the past 15 months have been projects he completed with trainees (13 trainees total)."

"Dr. Faine has additionally distinguished himself as an educator through this research mentorship activities. He has mentored emergency medicine residents, pharmacy residents, critical care fellows, medical students, and pharmacy students in conducting research projects."

"He is able to present information whether at the bedside or in presentation in a concise, well-organized, and easy to understand format. As a teammate in the ED, he brings energy, dedication, and a good-nature attitude that makes him an outstanding peer to learn from and work with on a daily basis."

"His lectures provide guidance and insight on the guidelines and primary literature behind the critical care medications and problems residents commonly encounter in the Emergency Department."