For Educators: USMLE-Style Questions—An Active Learning Tool for Medical Students AND Educators
Integrating USMLE®-style practice questions into the medical curriculum can result in multiple benefits—not only for students but faculty too! Educators can draw on these questions to augment didactics and activate more engaged learning, thereby empowering students to better retain and recall information. As discussed in this webinar, this allows educators to advance students through complex concepts and cover more content across the curriculum.
After watching the webinar, you will learn how to:
– Leverage these questions as an effective active teaching and learning tool
– Guide better exam-readiness and optimal USMLE® outcomes
– Hone students’ test-taking skills so they can outperform come exam day
Meet the Presenter:
Dr. Christopher Carrubba, MD
USMLE® Medical Director at TrueLearn
Dr. Christopher Carrubba is an experienced medical education executive who has spent over 12 years tutoring medical school students preparing for USMLE® and COMLEX exams. He is experienced in writing board-style questions and developing content. While completing his residency in Internal Medicine, he was hired to the position of Medical Director at MedSchool Tutors, where he completed over 5,000 hours of personalized tutoring, hired and trained new tutors, and established consulting relationships with medical schools and content providers. In 2017, he began tutoring medical students and consulting with medical schools on curriculum improvement, test-taking strategies, and implementation of eLearning. Dr. Carrubba oversees USMLE® item and content development for the USMLE® and Shelf SmartBanks.