eLearning for Medical Educators (eLME)

eLME modules are web-based interactive lessons with videos and ongoing self-assessment to foster learning. Access to these modules is through Moodle, and CME credits are available.

All of CPL’s online modules are eligible for CPL’s Achievement in Medical Education (AMEP) credit towards either a Foundational or Advanced Certificate.

Please click on the workshop titles below for full descriptions. Registration is required to attend.

Online Learning

Teaching with Limited Time while Providing Patient Care in the Outpatient Setting

This self-paced, online module provides evidence-based approaches to efficiently integrating learners into your clinic, including demonstration of 6 strategies known to enhance medical student learning while minimizing impact on your delivery of care. Registrants should expect to spend about 2.5 hours to complete the entire module. The module can be completed in parts over any period of time. [READ MORE]

To get an idea of how the online course works, watch this short video.

Providing Feedback & Evaluating Learners

Clinicians who serve as educators are required to evaluate the competency of learners and to provide them with feedback that improves their performance; this self-paced, online module provides the background and tools to accomplish both roles. Registrants should expect to spend about 1.5 – 2.0 hours to complete the entire module. The module can be completed in parts over any period of time. [READ MORE]

To get an idea of how the online course works, watch this short video.

Peer Observation in Support of Effective Teaching (POSET)

This course prepares teachers to conduct a peer teaching observation as part of the POSET program in the School of Medicine. Completion of this approximately 1-hour course is expected before conducting a POSET observation as an observer and is recommended for teachers who are being observed. The workshop and provided resources prepare an observer for the pre-observation meeting with the observed teacher, conducting the observation, and providing feedback during the post-observation meeting. [READ MORE]