2/ Have you ever, like me, created a new intervention/curriculum and realized after the fact that you should have designed X or measured Y or assessed Z differently?
A systematic approach to curric dev can elevate your work & help it count 2x (presentations/pubs).
3/ While there are several frameworks out there for curric dev, the Kern’s 6-Steps to Curriculum Development in MedEd is a commonly-cited method in the literature for innovation development, and is a MUST read/learn.
As in the title, there are 6 steps (fig from @aafp):
2/ Components of Time Management
Gordon & Borkan’s lit review highlights 4 principles of time management tiny.cc/MedEdTime:
1. Set goals 2. Prioritize competing responsibilities 3. Plan & organize activities 4. Minimize wasted time
3/ Set Goals
- Set short- (1-3yr) & long-term (5-10yr) goals for your career
- Break long-term ends goals into bite-sized means goals
- Monitor past & current activities for goal compatibility