The goal of this four-year program is to prepare Family Medicine resident physicians for successful careers in academic medicine. Residents will develop teaching skills in a variety of adult learning situations, such as lecture, small group, problem-based learning (PBL), one-on-one precepting, bedside/teaching rounds, computer-assisted/web-based, etc.
They will develop skills in learner assessment and feedback, curriculum development and implementation, and educational research methods. Each resident will complete a thesis, consisting of the development, implementation, and evaluation of a new curriculum or curriculum component.
- Omaha Track
- Rural Track