Clinical Teaching: A Legacy to the Profession CME Program
TO REGISTER for the Friday BLS, ACLS, and/or PALS Renewal Courses please email Johnathan Greene and indicate which course(s) you are interested. You can sign up for one course, two courses, or all three.
TO REGISTER for the Saturday Clinical Teaching: A Legacy to the Profession CME Program go to "add to cart" at the bottom of this page. You will receive a confirmation email as well as a reminder 2 days prior to the program.
Your family can visit the Victorian Christmas event at Cumberland Gap (5 minutes away) on Saturday December 5 2015 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and stay for the Downtown Middlesborough Christmas Parade at 3:00 pm.
To promote clinical teaching excellence and the legacy of clinical teaching to the profession.
Click here to download the program brochure
Physicians and other health care professionals interested in clinical teaching
LMU DCOM Adjunct Faculty
Residents, LMU-DCOM (DO and PA) alumni
Registration includes lunch and CME Credit.
If paying by credit card use the "add to cart" button at the bottom of this page. Once you complete the "order" you are registered and will receive a confirmation.
If paying by check make payable to Lincoln Memorial University and mail to: Patricia Stubenberg, PhD, DCOM 3rd Floor, 6965 Cumberland Gap Parkway, Harrogate, TN 37752, Attn: Dec 5 2015 CME program
Deadline to register is Monday, November 30 2015.
Up to 14.0 hours of AOA Cateory 1-A AOA credit
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Health care professionals interested in achieving a higher level of clinical teaching excellence and promoting the legacy of clinical teaching to the profession.
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
- Reflect on the legacy of clinical teaching to the future of health care.
- Understand what it means to teach with clinical teaching excellence.
- Identify tips and tools for clinical teaching in your practice setting.
- Understand the value of self-reflection on personal teaching style.
- Examine clinical teaching assessment and evaluation methods.
- Summarize basic osteopathic manipulative medicine techniques and practices.
Leah Cobb-Snodgrass, MD
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Chair of Behavioral Health
Allison Greenstein, DO
Assistant Professor Internal Medicine
Ava Stanczak, DO, FACOP, CS
Assistant Dean of Clinical Medicine and
Professor of Pediatrics
Douglas Weston, DO
Assistant Professor and chair of OMM
J. Michael Wieting, DO, MEd
Professor of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and OMM
Jan Zieren, DO, MPH, FACOFPdist
Associate Professor of Family Medicine
Speakers have no financial relationships to disclose.
- 14.00 AOA CME Credit
- 14.00 Attendance