Dell Medical School

Faculty Development

Junior Faculty Leadership Program

Course Directors: Beth Nelson, M.D., Kim Brown, M.D., F.A.C.S. and LuAnn Wilkerson, Ed.D.

Teaching Health Equity in the Clinical Setting

Course Directors: LuAnn Wilkerson, Ed.D. and Nicholas Phelps, Ph.D.

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Best Practices in Medical Education Grand Rounds

Recorded Presentations Page

Speakers from Dell Med and outside universities discuss topics and events relevant in Medical Education, medical students, and our communities.

Presentations occur on the 4th Thursday of every month from 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. via Zoom

Extraordinary Learning & Teaching 2022



Sept. 7th | Teaching When Time is Limited | LuAnn Wilkerson, Ed.D.

Sept. 14th | Dilemmas in Assessing Clinical Performance | Gareth Gingell, Ph.D.

Sept. 21st | Coaching for Performance Improvement & Feedback | Beth Nelson, M.D. & LuAnn Wilkerson, Ed.D.

Sept. 28th | Prompting Students & Residents as Leaders and Innovators | Chris Moriates, M.D.

Oct. 5th | Creating Psychological Safety | Stephanie Corliss, Ph.D.

Oct. 12th | Recognizing and Addressing Learner Burnout | Nick Phelps, Ph.D.

Oct. 19th | Confronting Grief and Loss for Ourselves and Our Learners | Craig Hurwitz M.D. & Carrie Barron M.D.

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Fellowship in Medical Education

This faculty development program focuses on developing medical educators who are skilled at creating, implementing, leading, and evaluating educational initiatives. While faculty members have generally taken on these roles without special preparation, the Fellowship in Medical Education is intended to enrich your knowledge, skills, and attitudes for making informed educational decisions.

Professional Development Speakers Bureau

The Professional Development Speakers Bureau is a list of faculty members at Dell Med who have indicated their willingness to work with programs across the institution to provide presentations that can be tailored to meet a variety of learner needs and time frames, from more formal lectures to workshops or resident conferences.

Please note: The list is restricted to Dell Med employees only. You must have an UT EID to access our speakers list.

Certificate in Clinical Teaching

The Dell Med Certificate in Clinical Teaching is designed to support faculty members in the Education Leadership and/or Clinician Educator track in enhancing their skills in exceptional clinical teaching, mentorship, performance assessment, and outstanding role modeling of person-centered care.

Residents-as-Teachers Program

Physicians entering residency training may not have learned these important skills during their four years in medical school. Preparation for teaching medical students is also necessary for other non-faculty instructors, such as graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and advanced practice providers.

Learning Technology Quick Help Sessions

Live 30 minute online sessions to assist faculty and staff.

Epigeum Clinical Teaching Online Modules

Online module courses support higher education institutions to deliver training in four key areas: teaching and development, research, studying, and support and wellbeing. For online module instructions, please email LuAnn Wilkerson, Ed.D. (modules available for Dell Med faculty and residents).

Women's Leadership Conversation Series

An informal discussion with visiting female faculty. Please email Tyler Rhoads if you have any questions.

Mobilizing Character

In this new educational offering funded by the KERN National Network, six modules will help you integrate character development activities into daily teaching and patient care. Enroll today to strengthen your competence in mobilizing character within learners and yourself. We encourage you to participate in all of the sessions, if possible, to help build a local community of teachers across the school with a shared set of values.

Every session is from 5PM-6:30PM CT:

9.11.23 (Module 1) The Character Landscape

9.25.23 (Module 2) Borrowed Shoes and Perspectives

10.9.23 (Module 3) The Language of Character for Communication & Connection

10.23.23 (Module 4) Character on the Catwalk

11.13.23 (Module 5) Leading With Character

11.27.23 (Module 6) Sustaining Excellence in Character

*We expect that those who sign up for the course will attend all sessions but if you are going to have to miss a session, please let your institutional lead know.

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*Part of the Kern National Network for Caring & Character in Medicine (KNN)

Archived Webinars:

Coaching for Performance Improvement
Facilitating Small Group Discussions to Promote Learning

Faculty development resources and programs are designed to assist Dell Medical School faculty members in the continuous quality improvement of their work as teachers and scholars.

We facilitate programs to stimulate innovation, build capacity, promote scholarship, support well-being and help faculty members achieve their academic goals. Many of the programs and resources are available to individuals who have a teaching role in a health care organization or the community — regardless of whether or not they have a faculty appointment.

Members of the Department of Medical Education provide leadership for the program, collaborating with faculty and staff from across Dell Medical School and Seton Healthcare Family in the design, delivery and evaluation of faculty development. Together, they work to expand the knowledge base for how to best support educators.

Meet the Dell Med, Office of Medical Education Faculty Development Team
LuAnn Wilkerson, Ed.D., Associate Dean for Evaluation and Faculty Development and Distinguished Teaching Professor in Medical Education
Stephanie Corliss, Ph.D., Director of Education Evaluation and Research
Gareth Gingell, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow in Medical Education
Tyler Rhoads, M. Ed, Manager of Evaluation & Faculty Development
Lisi Wang Ph.D., Data Analyst
Contact the Faculty Development Team at