Faculty Development - Hematology, Oncology and Blood & Marrow Transplantation

The ACGME requires that all core faculty participate in at least 4 faculty development areas annually:

  • As educators
  • In quality improvement and patient safety
  • In fostering their own and their trainees well-being
  • In patient care based on their practice-based learning and improvement efforts

There are multiple ways that this requirement can be satisfied.  The fellowship program has put together a curated list of videos and other information for each of the faculty development areas.  We ask our faculty to annually review at least one item in each faculty development area.

As Educators

Useful and not-so-useful feedback (YouTube video; 3:55)

How to more effectively give feedback (YouTube video; 3:30)

OCRME teaching skill module series (audio)

A fascinating video from Stanford about Expertise and Feedback in medical education (YouTube; 23:55)

OCRME Teaching Resources Online

Quality Improvement and Patient Safety

What are the attributes of quality and safety? (YouTube; 4:36)

Quality and Improvement in Healthcare (YouTube; 11:08)

What is Health Equity and Why does it matter? (YouTube)
 - 4:00 minute version
 - Full version; 33:00

Just Culture: What is it? - 2019 Iowa Quality and Safety Sympsoium Keynote (hawkid required; 50:13)

For more videos on healthcare improvement you can visit the Institute of Healthcare Improvement's YouTube channel.

Health and Wellness

Doctors who take care of themselves:

- Are better role models for their patients.
- Are better role models for their children.
- Have higher patient satisfaction and safety scores.
- Experience less stress and burnout.
- Live longer.

--from the Stanford WellMD website.

Self-Assessment | WellMD & WellPhD | Stanford Medicine
Stanford University has been a leader in health and wellness for their faculty and staff.  This resource is a treasure trove of information including self-tests for burnout, anxiety, depression as well as resources for dealing with stress and burnout, depression, developing resilience, mindfulness, and work-life balance. 

Building Resilience
Skill-building videos on self-care from the University of Iowa Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Sleep/fatigue mitigation is crucial for optimal performance of any task—especially for medical practice.  Adequate sleep is for everybody—not just interns.  The following are interesting videos about sleep from Matthew Walker, professor of neuroscience and psychology at the University of California, Berkeley:

Sleep is your superpower (TED Talk; 19:18)
How to improve your sleep (8:24)

AWARE Well-Being Resources
Resources from the ACGME designed to promote well-being among resident, fellows and faculty members.

Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

A short summary of this ACGME core competency from NEJM: