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Faculty Affairs and Development

Faculty Development Opportunities

The Office of Faculty Affairs & Development have created new development programming for our faculty in the areas of professional development, research development, and teaching and education development.  Programs in these three tracks will be offered on a monthly basis during the academic year. For a complete listing of development programs being offered 2016-2017, please click here.

  

February

February 14, 2017                Biomedical Informatics and Data Science

Facilitator:                              Peter White, PHD
Time:                                      5:00pm - 6:30pm
Learning Objectives:              1)   Define biomedical informatics as a field of study
                                               2)   Articulate what resources and learning opportunities currently exist at UC and
                                                     CCHMC for informatics
                                               3)   Establish a strategy for assessing and developing informatics capabilities in
                                                     my group

Location:  Medical Sciences Building, "E" Level, Room E351

Please register on Faculty One Stop if you are interested in attending

February 21, 2017                Creating Valid and Reliable Assessments in Medical Education

Facilitators:                            Amy M. Thompson, MD and Cijy Elizabeth Sunny, MS, ABD
Time:                                      5:00pm - 6:30pm
Learning Objectives:              1)  Understand basic principles of common standard setting procedures
                                               2)  Apply standard setting methods to establish cut points for knowledge
                                                    and performance-based assessments

Location:  Medical Sciences Building, 3rd floor, Room 3352

Please register on Faculty One Stop if you are interested in attending

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March

March 7, 2017                      Managing Conflict and Stress

Facilitator:                              Vickye Payton, MEd
Time:                                      5:00pm - 6:30pm
Learning Objectives:             1) Identify your top stressors regarding work life balance
                                              2) Assess where you are spending your energies and if you need to shift
                                              3) Approach conflict by identifying and dealing with differences
                                              4) Construct a model to address conflict and move into dialogue and
                                                   resolution

Location:  Medical Sciences Building, "E" Level, Room E351

Please register on Faculty One Stop if you are interested in attending

March 14, 2017                     Biomedical Informatics – Clinical Data Usage

Facilitator:                              Brett Harnett, MS, IS
Time:                                      5:00pm - 6:30pm
Learning Objectives:             1) Understand the mission of the Department of Biomedical Informatics
                                              2) The functions of the Center for Health Informatics
                                              3) How clinical data can be used for research
                                              4) Categories of clinical research data
                                              5) Compliance issues and UC Health
                                              6) Other tools

Location:  Medical Sciences Building, "E" Level, Room E351

Please register on Faculty One Stop if you are interested in attending

March 21, 2017                     Small Group Learning

Facilitators:                             Laura Wexler, MD and DJ Lowrie, PHD
Time:                                      5:00pm - 6:30pm
Learning Objectives:              1) Appraise the advantages and disadvantages of small group learning
                                               2) Explain several barriers to small group learning
                                               3) Strategize on an appropriate balance between small group and large group
                                                    learning in a course 
                                               4) Consider ways to ensure students come prepared to small group learning
                                                    sessions

Location:  Medical Sciences Building, "E" Level, Room E351

Please register on Faculty One Stop if you are interested in attending