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New PIDS Educational Offering: The Effective TID Teacher Series

The PIDS Transplant ID Education Subcommittee invites pediatric infectious diseases (PID) educators interested in developing additional teaching strategies for Transplant/Immunocompromised ID (TID) education to participate in “The Effective Transplant ID Teacher”. 

In this three-part virtual series, session leaders will use learner vignettes to identify common challenges encountered by clinical educators when teaching TID knowledge and principles. Participants will then learn about evidence-based strategies for developing TID content knowledge and clinical decision-making skills in their trainees. This series would be of interest to both new and experienced teachers of TID seeking to add to their educator skillset. 


1Developing Content Knowledge in TIDMay 20, 2021Noon – 1 pm (EST)
2Defining the Clinical ProblemJune 24, 2021Noon – 1 pm (EST)
3Management ReasoningJuly 15, 2021Noon – 1 pm (EST)

Who: Interested PID faculty and fellows.

Varun K. Phadke, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, Emory University
Associate Program Director of the Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program
Vice Chair of the Teaching and Learning Resources Workgroup within the IDSA Medical Educational Community of Practice, and Chair of the Education Workgroup within the AST ID Community of Practice

Sara Winn Dong, MD
Adult & Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellow, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Boston Children’s Hospital
Founder and Producer of the ID podcast: Febrile

Monica I. Ardura, DO, MSCS
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Infectious Diseases, The Ohio State University
Medical Director, Host Defense Program, Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Program Director, PID Host Defense Fellowship; Associate Program Director, PID Fellowship

Janet A. Englund, MD
Professor of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Infectious Disease and Virology, Seattle Children’s
Center for Clinical and Translational Research, University of Washington

Interested fellow and faculty educators can register here:

Looking forward to learning (and teaching) #pedsTID together!

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