Beasley contributes to scholarship and clinical skills development at YSM

Michael Beasley, MD, assistant professor of medicine, has accepted a teaching position at the Yale School of Medicine (YSM). He is one of ten junior faculty members selected for the position of YSM Clinical Skills Mentor.

In this new role, Beasley joins a core group of educators responsible for different aspects of the interview, physical examination, point-of-care ultrasound, and clinical reasoning for all medical students. This includes teaching small group sessions during the academic year as part of the clinical skills course and participating in clinical skills committees. Members are selected on the basis of their experience and a high standard of teaching excellence. Clinical skills mentors are encouraged to contribute to educational innovation and curriculum development and evaluation.

Beasley became involved in teaching at YSM in 2020, during his Fellowship in Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology. At SSM, he is an active member of the Department of Internal Medicine’s Diversity Committee. Since joining the faculty, Beasley has been committed to training future generations of healthcare professionals. He completed a one-year program for clinician-educators, the Advancement of Clinician-Educator Scholarship (ACES) faculty development program. He will present the first results of his research project linked to ACES, “Gaps in the provision of shared curriculum between the Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology Fellowship Programs” at the 2022 American Heart Association Scientific Sessions in Chicago, IL.

Submitted by Elisabeth Reitman on September 08, 2022

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