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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.

  

April

April 4, 2017                      Work/Life Balance and Managing Burnout

Facilitator:                              Michael Archdeacon, MD, MSE
Time:                                      5:00pm - 6:30pm
Learning Objectives:             1) How to create a boundary between balancing work and personal time-leave 
                                                  work at work where possible
                                              2) Assess your current work/life balance and overcome internal and external
                                                  obstacles to achieving balance
                                             3) Promote awareness of burnout and learn how to identify it in yourself
                                                 (and others)
                                             4) Understanding the importance of being connected and asking for help
                                             5) Identify what you love and make that a priority

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

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

April 11, 2017                     Interpreting and Responding to Grant Reviews

Facilitators:                            Alex Lentsch, PHD and Melanie Cushion, PHD
Time:                                      5:00pm - 6:30pm
Learning Objectives:             1)   Learn how to prepare yourself for, and deal with, (perceived) criticism
                                              2)   Learn important techniques of responding to critiques
                                              3)   Learn how to maximize your response in a 1-page rebuttal

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

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

April 18, 2017                     Teaching Clinical Reasoning

Facilitator:                              Kevin Dell, MD, PHD
Time:                                      5:00pm - 6:30pm
Learning Objectives:             1) Understand frameworks and fundamental strategies for teaching clinical
                                                  reasoning
                                               2) Select an appropriate framework for the target audience
                                               3) Assess effectiveness of teaching methodology to refine the teaching approach

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

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

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May

May 2, 2017                          Taking Advantage of Your Annual Performance Review

Facilitator:                              Alex Lentsch, PHD
Time:                                      5:00pm - 6:30pm
Learning Objectives:             1)  Learn how to take control of your performance review by setting an agenda
                                              2)  Learn how to work with your chief or chair to set realistic expectations and goals
                                              3)  Learn what information you should include in your review and why
                                              4)  Learn what topics you should discuss with your chief or chair
                                              5)  Learn how to deal with uncomfortable discussions

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

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

May 9, 2017                          Research Compliance

Facilitators:                            Holly Bante, PHD, MPH, Tara Wood, and Jane Strasser, PHD
Time:                                      5:00pm - 6:30pm
Learning Objectives:             1) Understanding research and regulatory compliance management
                                              2) How to take a proactive, rather than reactive, approach to identifying and
                                                  managing research compliance risks
                                              3) Learn how to minimize liability and risk to yourself and the University from
                                                  non-compliance and adverse events

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

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

May 16, 2017                        Designing Lectures

Facilitator:                              Aaron Marshall, PHD
Time:                                      5:00pm - 6:30pm
Learning Objectives:             1)  Describe an effectual organizational structure to a lecture
                                              2)  Describe the purpose of lecture learning objectives
                                              3)  Describe the successful utility of visuals and technology to a lecture

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

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