APA summit on medical student education task force on informatics and technology: steps to enhance the use of technology in education through faculty development, funding and change management
Department of Psychiatry
*Advisory Committees; *Capital Financing; Education, Medical; Education, Medical, Continuing; Educational Technology; *Faculty; Humans; Informatics; Organizational Innovation; *Psychiatry; *Students, Medical; Teaching; United States
OBJECTIVE: This article provides an overview of how trainees, faculty, and institutions use technology for acquiring knowledge, skills, and attitudes for practicing modern medicine.
METHOD: The authors reviewed the literature on medical education, technology, and change, and identify the key themes and make recommendations for implementing technology in medical education.
RESULTS: Administrators and faculty should initially assess their own competencies with technology and then develop a variety of teaching methods that use technology to improve their curricula. Programs should decrease the general knowledge-based content of curricula and increase the use of technology for learning skills. For programs to be successful, they must address faculty development, change management, and funding.
CONCLUSIONS: Willingness for change, collaboration, and leadership at all levels are essential factors for successfully implementing technology.
DOI of Published Version
Acad Psychiatry. 2006 Nov-Dec;30(6):444-50. Link to article on publisher's site
Academic psychiatry : the journal of the American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training and the Association for Academic Psychiatry
Hilty DM, Benjamin S, Briscoe G, Hales DJ, Boland RJ, Luo JS, Chan CH, Kennedy RS, Karlinsky H, Gordon DB, Yellowlees PM, Yager J. (2006). APA summit on medical student education task force on informatics and technology: steps to enhance the use of technology in education through faculty development, funding and change management. Psychiatry Publications. https://doi.org/10.1176/appi.ap.30.6.444. Retrieved from https://escholarship.umassmed.edu/psych_pp/464