Location: Room 2ABC, Pinn Hall Conference Center
Date: Sep 8, 2022 - Sep 8, 2022
Start Time: 12:00 pm
End Time: 1:00 pmEvent Link
Facilitated by William Ben Cutrer, MD, MEd, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education and Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Critical Care Medicine, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Description/Learning Outcomes: Adaptive Expertise allows the health professional to effectively learn and innovate when needed to address novel challenges. The session will explore concepts surrounding routine and adaptive expertise including the Master Adaptive Learner model, as well as implications for both trainee development and practicing health professional’s lifelong learning. Specific focus will be given to the role Curiosity, Motivation, Mindset, and Resilience play throughout the learning process, and how coaching can impact the development of expertise. Attendees will leave with practical strategies for implementation within their own working-learning environment.
- Discuss the skills and process for learning that foster development of Adaptive Expertise in Health Professions Education
- Appraise the role of Curiosity, Motivation, Mindset, and Resilience in Expertise Development
- Compare coaching strategies to impact Curiosity, Motivation, Mindset, and Resilience (1 CME credit)
About the speaker:
Dr. Cutrer received his M.D. with high distinction from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine and completed his Pediatrics residency, chief residency and Pediatric Critical Care fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital. He also has a Masters of Education from the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Cutrer is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine (VUSM). He is actively involved in medical student education, including curriculum development, student assessment, and program evaluation, where he serves as the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Medical Education.
Dr. Cutrer is very interested in understanding how students learn in the workplace and how to help them more effectively. He co-led the AMA’s Accelerating Change in Medical Education initiative Master Adaptive Learner Working Group and was the leader of the Vanderbilt core team participating in the AAMC pilot project Core Entrustable Professional Activities for Entering Residency (Core EPAs). He has published and presented widely on these topics