Faculty Development Advancements-Lessons Learned in a Time of Change.
Faculty development (FD) activities at colleges of medicine shifted to virtual in March 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic limited in-person engagement. Medical schools delivered quality virtual faculty development (VFD) through accessing national and international experts virtually, improving faculty access to FD through recorded sessions, collaborating across institutions, and building on previous success as comfort with virtual platforms grew. Disruptive innovation and Keller's ARCS model, highlighting motivational concepts of attention, relevance, confidence, and satisfaction, guided nine faculty developers' reflections towards continuous quality improvement of VFD offerings. The convenience and low-cost availability of virtual activities mean this format will likely persist.
Minor, S; Berry, A; Luhanga, U; Chen, W; Drowos, J; Rudd, M; Kaprielian, VS; Bailey, JM; Gupta, S
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