Charlotte Chaiklin, MD Presents at AIMW24

Dr. Chaiklin collaborates with others to present “(Ear) Budding Potential: Medical Podcasts to Supplement Curriculum and Learning” at the Curbsiders TEACH event.

Podcasts are now one of the most common asynchronous learning strategies used by trainees. Studies indicate residents find podcasts more helpful than textbooks or journals. Despite the growing popularity of podcasts, it remains unclear which podcasts are best for particular contexts. A recent study showed that most trainees discover new podcasts through word of mouth, suggesting that peers and faculty have had a role in the increasingly ubiquitous use of podcasts among learners. Currently, there are minimal resources to help educators guide discovery and use of podcasts in trainees. The goal of this workshop is to provide participants with practical tools needed to develop curricular strategies for implementing specific podcasts inline with their learner goals.

Presenting: Dr. Josh Onyango (Vanderbilt), Dr. Era Kryzhanovskaya (UCSF), Dr. Charlotte Chaiklin (UF) and Dr. Katie Gielissen (Emory).
Dr. Era Kryzhanovskaya (UCSF) and Dr. Charlotte Chaiklin (UF) in front of their sign.
Dr. Margaret Lo and Dr. Charlotte Chaiklin

Additionally, Dr. Charlotte Chaiklin is photographed with our very own APDIM President-elect, Dr. Margaret Lo.