S3 : Cultivation of future medical educators: how to achieve?
   Running an MD program needs a lot of staffs with proper knowledge and attitudes in education. However, a doctor often starts their teaching career without proper training in education. One important mission of a medical school is to provide proper training for their staffs until they develop adequate knowledge and skills in teaching, producing instructional media, managing a curriculum, assessment and evaluation of learners. Such training of medical teachers and supporting staffs would lead to effective learning of medical students and residents. However, providing medical education training in a medical school had been met with many challenges. In this session, speakers who have experience in faculty development program will share their viewpoints regarding proper ways in setting up a faculty development program in a medical school in order to produce a new generation of medical educators who are ready to serve the needs of medical schools today and in the future.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Cherdsak Iramaneerat, M.D.
Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University

Currently working as is a Medical instructor, Department of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University, and the director of Siriraj Health Science Education Excellence Center, and aAssistant dDean Undergraduate Education Unit. In addition, He is a specialist Educational psychology, Medical education and Colorectal surgery, with research or academic works published in reliable academic journals.

Dr. Dujeepa D Samarasekera
National University of Singapore
Director of Centre for Medical Education (CenMED), Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine and Senior Consultant (Health Professions Education) at the Ministry of Health Singapore. Dujeepa has been involved in curriculum development, quality assurance and accreditation and faculty development at both undergraduate and postgraduate level health professional courses.

Usa Siriboonrit, M.D.
Chon Buri Hospital Medical EducationCenter
Currently serves as deputy director of Collaborative Project to increase Production of Rural Doctor (CPIRD). Professor with expertise in medical education. Graduate Certificate in Medical education by the University of Dundee UK.