William Bynum, MD
Duke University School of Medicine
Dr. Bynum is a family physician, associate director of a family medicine residency program, and health professions educator. His research focuses on how medical learners and providers experience the emotion of shame as well as advancing shame-free learning and clinical environments for learners and patients alike.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Background: Interprofessional education (IPE) is a major priority for health professions education programs preparing learners for professional team-based practice. Clinical settings have been recognized as the ideal context for learners’ development of interprofessional attitudes and competencies. A recent IPE practice guideline for interprofessional teaching concludes “faculty development to enhance existing skills is desirable and should combine a hands-on workshop with demonstration and feedback involving different professions”. At our institution, clinician-educators have limited…