The Center for Faculty Excellence sponsors series of workshops, seminars and small group discussion sessions on topics related to improving essential educational, leadership and research skills.
Please click on the links below to learn more about each series and to access registration.
Curriculum Development: A Six-Step Approach
*This course has met capacity. Registration is full. This longitudinal course will lead those involved in developing curriculum for medical, nursing and allied health education through a hybrid asynchronous and synchronous process. Participants will acquire new or expanded knowledge in curriculum development through guided collaborative design framework based on Kern’s model .
GME Professional Development Series
Six interactive focused sessions designed to support the current and growing needs of program directors and advance their skills as educators and administrators.
Certificate Series: Clinical Teaching Program
*This course has met capacity. Registration is full. Six session course designed for current and aspiring healthcare leaders to better navigate the U.S. healthcare system. This series will encourage group discussion and examination of national economic, political, and social factors which are influencing our current and evolving macro healthcare systems. System structures, finance, policy, organizational dynamics and quality measures will be emphasized.
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Certificate Series: Understanding and Leading Transformation of the U.S. Health Care System
*This course has met capacity. Registration is full. This course emphasizes national health policy, economics and macro-level developments in the health system rather than institutional management. Health care system structure, financing, policy, organizational dynamics and quality measures will receive particular emphasis. This course will provide learners with the ability to analyze and critique the U.S. health care system through examination of economic, political and social factors which influence its development and which are likely to affect its future course.