Jefferson’s faculty development programs are available to all levels of faculty from each college and school. Three programs will be offered in October:
So You Want to Use Simulation in Your Classes…
Instructors: Katherine Berg, MD (JMC), Dale Berg, MD (JMC), John Duffy, RN, MSN, CCRN, CNRN (JSN), E. Adel Herge, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA (JSHP) and Elena Umland, PharmD (JSP)
Date: Thursday, October 18, 2012
Time: 3:30 pm -5:00 pm
Location: 308 Hamilton
Through didactic and hands-on learning activities and discussion participants in this session will:
- Identify the benefits of integrating stimulation activities into health education.
- Experience simulation using technologies available at the UCSSC.
- Know the resources available to assist faculty in integrating simulation activities into their courses.
- Describe various methods of evaluating the effectiveness of simulation technologies in their curriculums.
- Identify opportunities to integrate simulation into their courses.
Leading Change: Putting the Elephant in the Room
Instructor: Stephen P. Bogdewic, PhD
Date: Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Time: 2:00 pm – 5 pm
Location: 101 BLSB
- Describe the core competency of leadership most relevant to change.
- Review the range of issues that can make change difficult.
- Analyze a case study to determine what went wrong with a change process.
- Describe a specific model for managing a change (either one you lead or one in which you participate).
Academic Medicine and Industry: Managing Conflicts While Developing Relationships
Instructor: Jordan Cohen, MD
Date: Thursday, October 11, 2012
Time: 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Location: Connelly Auditorium, 1st Floor Hamilton
- To give attendees a better understanding of how to manage potential conflicts of interest that may arise when collaborating with industry.
- To review the various conflicts that may arise within the practice of medicine.
- To learn about the Physician Payment Sunshine Act which will require pharmaceutical and medical device companies to report payments made to doctors and teaching hospitals.