Activity ID



December 31, 2024

Format Type

Regularly Scheduled Series

CME Credit




CME Provider: Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine

Description of CME Course

Many providers who practice in a rural setting do so with no formal training in how to teach adult learners. Now that we are imbedding adult learnings into their practice setting, we want to ensure they have the tools and skills they need to teach them to be competent physicians. Providing information to coaches and mentors that will include foundational skills plus coaching, classroom teaching, cultivating reflective practice and lifelong learning, and supporting wellness and resiliency. As well as support for GME program directors at community sites, adding skills for supporting struggling learners, creating and maintaining a supportive and inclusive learning environment, advancing community engagement and providing peer observation and feedback.

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Educational Objectives

Participants will be able to use best practices for teaching adult learners to help develop competent physicians. Best practices will include those related to development of community preceptors with clinical teaching, learner assessment, cultural competence in education and providing feedback.


Interpersonal & Communication Skills, Practice-based Learning & Improvement, Professionalism, Systems-based Practice

CME Credit Type

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit

Practice Setting

Academic Medicine

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