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Certificate & Continuing Medical Education for Faculty

The following programs are offered by NYU Langone to support the development of faculty in teaching, assessment, and scholarship. These programs may provide a certificate upon completion or continuing medical education (CME) credits. To learn more, please contact us at educators@nyulangone.org.

Education for Educators

Education for Educators is a yearlong certificate program for general and subspecialist faculty in NYU Langone’s Department of Medicine. Our goals are to enhance faculty’s teaching confidence and skill in a variety of venues, improve faculty’s ability to assess their learners, increase resident exposure to subspecialty faculty, and promote an environment of academic inquiry within all trainees. Anne Dembitzer, MD, leads the program.

Master of Health Professions Education Program

The two-year Master of Health Professions Education Program is for physicians and other health professionals and is offered by NYU Langone’s Department of Medicine in conjunction with Maastricht University. David Stern, MD, PhD; Sondra Zabar, MD; and Abigail Ford Winkel, MD, MHPE, are leads in the program.

Teaching with Technology: Applying the Science of Learning to Medical Education

Teaching with Technology provides faculty with an understanding of foundational ideas of evidence-based educational practices including cognitive science and adult learning. Participants design clinical case-based learning with improved lecture slides based on cognitive science, analyze educational gaps in learning, explore best practices in the use of technology to support clinical teaching, and assess and evaluate learning and teaching using technology. Taught by So-Young Oh, MA, MS, program manager for curriculum development and digital learning, this course offers CME credit and a certificate.