Stanford University Geriatric Education Resource Center  

Faculty Development Programs

Designed to assist primary care faculty in the enhancement of knowledge, skills, and attitudes for teaching geriatrics, these products include program manuals for implementing a faculty development program like those used successfully at a number of the consortium institutions.

Faculty Development Program Manuals

Who Will Teach Geriatrics? A Faculty Development Program for Internists

Developer: University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine

 

137 pages, 8 1/2" x 11" with binder
Price: $75, Product ID: HB60

Generalist Faculty Development Program in Geriatric Medicine

These materials and methods prepare generalist faculty to effectively teach geriatrics content. The program includes descriptions and materials for ten 90-minute interactive sessions, five half-day clinic sessions, suggested teaching projects and program evaluation. They include small group teaching, one-on-one precepting, role plays and cover such topics as falls, gait assessment, urinary incontinence and cognitive assessment.

Developer: University of Connecticut Center on Aging

 

89 pages, 8 1/2" x 11" with binder
Price: $75, Product ID: HB65

Cluster Group Process for the Collaborative Development of Faculty and Curriculum in Primary Care Geriatrics

This manual prepares primary care generalists for teaching geriatric content in case-based, learner centered, small-group sessions. The manual describes in detail the process of organizing geriatricians and generalists to share experiences and educational needs, and then to develop their own curricular materials based on those discussions.

Developer: Harvard Medical School, Division on Aging

 

31 pages, 8 1/2" x 11" with binder
Price: $40, Product ID: HB70

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