Faculty Development Camtasia Sessions
The following four sessions are newly available to all WVU faculty via Camtasia:
Clinical Teaching, presented by Rashida A. Khakoo, MD, MACP
- Discuss the importance of clinical teaching in the health professions and strategies for improving teaching in clinical settings
- Identify opportunities and challenges of clinical teaching
Setting Expectations for the Rotation, presented by Gina Baugh, PharmD and Lena Maynor, PharmD, BCPS
- Define the job description and role of preceptors in health sciences education
- Examine the core values of a preceptor and discuss the best and worst characteristics of preceptors
- Describe how to evaluate rotation goals and objectives
- Identify ways to create elements of effective rotations
- Examine specific student issues on experimental rotations
Feedback, presented by Rashida A. Khakoo, MD, MACP
- Recognize the importance of feedback as part of any educational endeavor and in improving learning experiences
- Identify differences between feedback and evaluation
- Discuss methods of effective feedback in clinical settings
Promoting Opportunities for Interprofessional Education, presented by Georgia L. Narsavage, PhD, APRN, FAAN, FNAP
- Recognize the advantages of IPE and collaborative practice
- Describe the four Interprofessional competencies developed by the WVU IPE Workgroup
- Recognize the barriers and challenges to IPE in practice (ex. Preceptor’s time)
Other Available Sessions:
Flipping the Classroom:
- Describe flip teaching.
- Discuss the potential advantages of a flipped classroom.
- Describe the steps involved in developing a flipped classroom.
- Describe how team based learning can be incorporated into a flipped classroom.
Do What Counts: Examples to Change Daily Work into Innovative Scholarly Work:
- Describe educational scholarships and identify ways to transform every day work into a scholarly activity in education.
- Explain AAMC/ADEA MedEdPortal Suite of Services; Publications, iCollaborative, and CE Directory.
- Describe the Submission and Peer-review processes and how to retrieve educational resources.
- Show examples of innovative publications from WVU HSC Faculty and their global impact.
Team-Based Learning Activities in Healthcare Education:
- Promote excellence in teaching, scholarship in teaching, and increased enthusiasm in teaching.
- Promote knowledge of various teaching modalities and development of new teaching modalities.
- Promote and increased interest in teaching and skilled communications in educational settings.
Interactive Online Learning:
- Recognize the need for interactivity in online learning.
- Identify different categories of interactive learning online.
- Explore ways of initiating interactive online learning experiences.
Rounding in Simulation:
- Define simulation in health professions programs
- Outline examples of simulation activities used in health professions programs
- Review current published literature regarding acute care rounding simulation exercises in health professions education
- Describe an interprofessional acute care rounding experience with Schools of Medicine, Nursing, and Pharmacy at WVU
- All WVU Faculty
The West Virginia University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The WVU Office of CME designates this enduring material for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
This continuing education activity has been provided by the West Virginia University School of Nursing for 1.2 contact hours. The West Virginia University School of Nursing is an approved provider of continuing education by the State of West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Professional Nurses, Legislative Rule § 19CSR11-4 under provider number WV1996-0120RN.
The WVU School of Dentistry designates this activity for 1 continuing education credit.