Our own Lindsay Wilson, MD, MPH will participate in the AOE Virtual Faculty Exchange by offering her session “Sharing Our Stories To Reach Our Learners” for the faculty and residents at New York University Long Island School of Medicine on Tuesday, August 11th, 2020, 12:00 – 1:00 PM EST via Zoom.
Note: While this session has been offered at UNC previously and is tailored specifically for NYU, AOE members are welcome to attend.
Registration not required for AOE members. Use this meeting link:
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm attendance, if you join.
By the end of this session participants will be able to…
1) recognize why story-telling is an effective educational strategy
2) list 5 tips for improving the delivery and content of personal stories
3) deliver a powerful story to teach a key lesson
Lindsay Wilson, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Geriatric Medicine and John W. Foust Medical Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor, is a North Carolina native who has been at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill since medical school. She says, “it has been impossible to leave this wonderful place!” Dr. Wilson splits her time between seeing older adults as a geriatrician in the Department of Medicine, serving as President of the UNC SOM Academy of Educators, and working with medical students in several different roles: PCC tutor, Transition Course Co-Director, AI Course Director, and Director of the Scholarly Concentration Care of the Older Patient. Dr. Wilson’s research includes a multicenter study on Internal Medicine Residents discussions of code status and ongoing evaluations of innovative geriatric curriculum for medical students. She specializes in general geriatrics, healthy aging, geriatric syndromes, and medical education.