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I wanted to let you know that the department has developed a new resident education leadership position: the Stanford Anesthesia Senior Resident Teaching Scholar. Dr. Ankeet Udani is this years Resident Teaching Scholar.

Rationale: A resident leadership position to promote the education mission in the department with main goal to enhance the educational experience for Stanford anesthesia residents

Appointment: 12 months beginning March 1

Election: by vote of Education Committee after 1 page proposal (deadline February 1) by interested residents

Eligible: CA1 or CA2 (preferred) at time of appointment

Background: The use and study of novel teaching methods has proliferated in the past few years within Stanford anesthesia. The goal is to be a leader in medical simulation, informatics, blended learning, and classroom innovations.

Job description:

help lead the Anesthesia Intern Education Program
Ex officio member of Education Committee

Develop and implement an innovative curriculum for anesthesia residents with goal to publish or present results at national meeting

Serve as teacher in anesthesia simulation courses (EVOLE, ACRM)
The teaching scholar should have medical students working with them in the operating room and on other amenable clinical rotations

Promote anesthesia, critical care, and pain rotations to medical students
Recruitment of residency applicants interested in a career in medical education
Facilitate participation of residents in activities to promote education

Professional Development
Attend a formal course: SEA, Stanford Faculty Development Center Training for Clinical Teaching, and/or Stanford Simulation Instructor Course
Attend Medical Education Seminar Series led by Dr. Clarence Braddock when clinically available
Participate in Faculty Teaching Scholar Program and attend meetings

Budget: Available as needed.

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