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Foundations in Artificial Intelligence & Digital Education 

Co-Directors

Medical education has undergone tremendous shifts in the past decade, not only with teaching via social media, blogs, podcasts, and streaming videos but with the development and rollout of new artificial intelligence technologies, including large language models. This faculty development course is designed to provide participants with a working knowledge of digital education and artificial intelligence for medical education and the practical technical skills necessary to succeed as a digital educator in the 21st century. It is targeted at fellows, early career, and senior faculty. No prior knowledge of digital education or AI and no specific tech skills are necessary.

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Shreya Trivedi, MD

Adam Rodman, MD

This 10-session course will be offered during the 2024-2025 academic year beginning in October 2024. Sessions will take on the second Wednesday of each month from 5:30 to 7:00 PM in person to allow for interactive small group discussions and multidisciplinary collaboration. Sessions will focus on theoretical aspects of digital education and artificial intelligence and practical aspects, including technical skills sessions, prompt design, instructional design, curriculum development, and digital education/AI research. Participants will create multiple digital educational products throughout the course and will receive mentorship and coaching in asynchronously producing a digital educational project such as a podcast or video. A major focus of the course will be transforming daily teaching into digital education and using this for career development and academic promotion. Participants will have the opportunity to virtually network and collaborate with educators across multiple specialties at the medical center and national experts in digital education during sessions..

Who Should Apply

Faculty at BIDMC with rank of Clinical Instructor or higher, OR fellows

Deadline

Applications are due no later than July 1, 2024.

 

Please submit a letter of interest including a commitment to make the scheduled meetings and CV no later than July 1 to Kelly Anastasio at kanasta2@bidmc.harvard.edu.

Please contact course director Adam Rodman, MD at arodman@bidmc.harvard.edu if you have any specific questions about this opportunity.

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