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Faculty Development Opportunities at UC-COM

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)

February 2023

February 6, 2023   Alchemy of Academic Medicine: Converting Educational Work into Scholarship  (CME Credit) 

Facilitator: Benjamin Kinnear, MD, MEd
Via: Zoom
Time: 12-1:00pm

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe what constitutes educational scholarship and reflect on your motivations for pursuing it
  2. Choose strategies to overcome common barriers to scholarship (time, funding, teams)
  3. Translate your current educational activities into meaningful scholarly outputs

February 7, 2023   Panel on Building High-Performing Clinical Teams 

Facilitators: Veronica Indihar, Eric Warm, Barbara Smith, Angela Oder, Mary Mazik 
Via: MSB 2001 & Microsoft Teams
Time: 12-1:00pm

Description:    A panel that consists of Attendings, advanced practice professionals, and nurse managers share best practices for building and maintaining  high-performing clinical teams

Learning Objectives:

  1. How to incorporate learners as part of your team 
  2. Building efficiency as a clinical team with learners
  3. How to manage feedback/give feedback from learners

February 14, 2023   Panel on  The Ins and Outs of Institutional T32s

Facilitators: Bill Miller, PHD, Susan Waltz, PHD & Jim Herman, PHD
Via: in-person only MSB 2001
Time: 12-1:00pm

Learning Objectives:

  1. How to prepare to write a T32
  2. Understand the T32 submission process
  3. Learn what is needed to run a successful training program

February 21, 2023   Tips for Practical Ergonomics in your Workplace  

Facilitators: Kermit Davis, PHD & Susan Kotowski, PHD
Via: MSB 2001 & Microsoft Teams
Time: 12-1:00pm

Learning Objectives:

  1. Define the term ergonomics
  2. Identify ergonomic risk factors present in the workspace
  3. Evaluate various ergonomic interventions to reduce risk
  4. Recognize good ergonomic practices in a variety of situations

March 2023

March 7        Managing Difficult Conversations with Compassion and Resilience
March 14      Working with Databases and Managing data (working title)
March 28      Creating a Medical Education Portfolio and Why ALL Faculty Need One (CME Credit)

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