Each of the following faculty development sessions is structured to last approximately two hours. Meetings will be held approximately three times per month and in most cases will also be associated with a workshop. Program on teaching, learning and assessing Teaching 1 Curriculum development organizing the learning program 2 Curriculum mapping:
They are a direct result of the collaboration between FMRN and PNWU to support residencies and associated institutions with Osteopathic Recognition and the unified accreditation movement.
The workshops are interactive, hands-on educational activities that incorporate kinesthetic learning, lecture, and small group work at OMM tables. Participants experience an enriched learning environment focused on OPP modalities: The workshops are designed to foster osteopathic-focused learning environments in residency training programs.
They are aimed at residency program directors, faculty and osteopathic preceptors so that they may develop individual skills in OPP modalities and improve competencies as educators who supervise residents who perform OPP in patient care settings.
Osteopathic Principles and Practice Introductory Workshop The initial 4 hour, hands on workshop that discusses the history and philosophy of osteopathic principles and teaches basic introduction to the six primary osteopathic techniques.
Management of Low Back Pain using OMT 3 hour workshop on lower back pain evaluation, identifying somatic dysfunction and performing direct and indirect osteopathic techniques to treat low back pain.
Treatment of Headaches, Neck Pain and TMJ using OMT 3 hour workshop that evaluates and identifies the source of the pain and teaches various osteopathic treatment techniques to treat the different sources of pain. OMT in Prenatal Care 3 hour workshop that identifies somatic dysfunction associated with pregnancy and introduces osteopathic techniques used to alleviate those complaints.
For more information, please visit the workshop webpage and view the workshop brochure.
Heart Failure Case Conference Series.Faculty Development Our Mission. To build and sustain faculty vitality and development through the implementation of educational and professional activities that advance the academic missions of teaching, research and clinical care.
Faculty Development Archives USG SoTL Fellows Program The USG SoTL Fellows Program was created to foster and support a community of learners across the University System of Georgia (USG) as they design and develop classroom-based research projects.
The TCU Faculty Research Convening is a two-day convening that highlights research conducted by TCU faculty. The major goals of the research convening focuses on the dissemination of research and networking among TCU faculty, and the development of important conversations and research topics such as pedagogy practices, cultural continuance, and faculty development.
USAC Visiting Professorships.
The University of Iowa is a founding board member of the University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC.) USAC administers study abroad programs in twenty-two locations world-wide, and offers opportunities for faculty to teach on many of these programs.
Faculty Development Program. What follows is an outline of the program intended to prepare California Northstate University College of Medicine faculty members (both in-house and community-based) for their academic roles and to improve their skills in the areas of teaching and learning, assessing students, research and administration.
How to Evaluate the Impact of Faculty Development Programs Strategic and Practical Advice to Know if You Are Hitting Your Goals. Colleges spend a lot of money on faculty development programs in order to instill new techniques, mentor new instructors, and improve student outcomes.