Faculty and professional development materials include recorded presentations and materials on the following topics:
Developing an educator portfolio
Conducting, using and publishing medical education research to improve teaching practice
You may access the videos of these presentations using the menu at left. Each video is about 1.5 hours long and most offer at least two clinicians' perspectives and experience on the subject.
When you click "play", you will be forwarded to the login window. Please enter your NetID to view the video.
Institute for Professionalism and Ethical Practice
The Institute for Professionalism and Ethical Practice offers in-person courses throughout the year on such topics as deliverying bad news, difficult conversations in health care, and supporting families at the bedside.
Coursera is an online course delivery system with enrollment open to the public around the world. The University of Arizona, Arizona State University, Stanford and many other universities partner with Coursera to deliver courses online in a broad array of topics such as health and nutrition, qualitative and quantitative research methods, teaching and assessment strategies, and project management.
Below are a few examples of Coursera courses that might be of interest to faculty who want to enhance their project management, teaching, assessment and education research skills.
Some courses are free and others charge a modest fee. All are conducted online.
Understanding Research Methods, University of London & SOAS University of London
Qualitative Research Methods, University of Amsterdam
Fundamentals of Project Planning and Management, University of Virginia
Teaching and Assessing Clinical Skills, University of Michigan
Foundations of Teaching for Learning Specialization*, Commonwealth Education Trust
*This is a program comprised of 9 courses. Each charges a modest fee; certificates of completion available per course or for the program.