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The Office of Faculty Affairs & Development have created new development programming for our faculty in the areas of professional development, research development, teaching and education development, and wellness. Programs in these four tracks will
be offered on a monthly basis during the academic year. Complete listing of development programs being offered 2022-2023 Programs (PDF)
April 4, 2023 Quality Assurance & Performance Improvement in Research and Practice: Striving to Be Better (Panel)
Facilitators: Charles Prestigiacomo, MD, Andrea Booth, Lori FanninVia: Microsoft Teams and in-person MSB 2001Time: 12-1:00pm
Description: In clinical and research medicine, the quest for improvement and for streamlining processes is ever-important. Identifying methods to adhere to “Best Practice” or process engineering throughput in imaging centers are just the few ways that Performance Improvement (PI) science is used in the Healthcare Sphere.
This brief workshop will provide information and insight into the fundamentals of Performance Improvement and its applications in healthcare and science, from bedside to laboratory. The attendees shall also become acquainted with several improvement tools to support how PI science is conducted with our partners at UC Health.
Participants will be required to prepare for this workshop through a small series of readings (to be forwarded to the attendees upon registering), short video segments, and an exercise (for personal use) in order to enrich this experience.
At the conclusion of this session, attendees shall be able to:
April 11, 2023 Finding the Sense of Belonging as International Faculty – Overcoming Barriers and Challenges
Facilitator: Laura Conforti, PHDVia: MSB 2001 & Microsoft Teams (in-person option preferred)Time: 12-1:00pm
April 18, 2023 Sleep is not a luxury. It's a Necessity
Facilitator: Ann Romaker, MDVia: MSB 2001 & Microsoft Teams (in-person option preferred)Time: 12-1:00pm
May 2 “If I Knew Then What I Know Now” PanelMay 9 From Career Development Award to R-funded Research ProjectsMay 17 Energy Management - Is it More Important than Managing Time?