Classroom programming consists of didactic lecture, case presentation, video and audio projections, question-and-answer discussion, small-group breakouts, role playing, and observation of technique/skill.
Prior to the initial class meeting, scholars will complete a Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment, a psychometric questionnaire designed to measure psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions. This serves as an entrance into discussions about different communication styles, gaining consensus, and team building.
Oct. 18-19, 2013, Austin
Leadership Bootcamp (in conjunction with TMA Fall Conference)
Highlights: Interpersonal Skills • The Art of Negotiation • Assertion Techniques • Conflict Management • Mentoring
March 3-4, 2014 (Date Tentative), Austin
Legislative Issues and Community Outreach
Highlights: Legislative Advocacy • Media Training • Physician Thought Leaders • Philanthropy That Works
May 2-3, 2014, Fort Worth
Physicians as Leaders of the Health Care Team (in conjunction with TexMed 2014)
Highlights: Team Building • House of Delegates • Personal Branding • Graduation
Distance learning is a requirement that plays and important role in the delivery of TMALC's educational offerings. Scholars may be required to complete a class project or webinars on relevant topics.
Scholars may earn up to 15 hours of continuing medical education (CME). Additional CME opportunities are available while attending related meetings such as TMA Fall Conference and TexMed.