Duke AHEAD is now accepting applications for Distinguished Members. Read More...
For our health professions educators who are looking for specific and constructive feedback from peers, look no further! Borrowed from the success of the Teaching Observation Program in the Duke Physician Assistant Program, Duke AHEAD Teaching Advice (DATA), is partnering our members with peers
We are excited to offer an opportunity for faculty who are interested in health professions education as a career to apply for the 2021-2022 cohort of the Certificate in Health Professions Education & Teaching program.
This hybrid (in-person & virtual) 12-month program will allow up to 12 faculty, professional staff, or fellows from the School of Nursing, Physical Therapy Program, Physician Assistant Programs, School of Medicine, Duke University Health System, and Professors of the Practice of Medical Education to participate.
Registration is now open for 2021 Education Day! Join us virtually on March 12, 2021 from 9:00 am - 1:15 pm. This year's theme is "The COVID Effect: Teaching, Leading & Caring During Challenging Times." Dr.
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Congratulations to the 2019-2020 gradutates of the Duke AHEAD Certificate in Health Professions Education & Teaching Program graduates. Participants completed a 12 month program and an educational project, presented in September of this yea
The Interprofessional Education Advanced Certificate Program, sponsored by Duke AHEAD and the Duke Health Interprofessional Education and Care (IPEC) Center, is a yearlong professional development program that prepares health professions educators to develop, deploy and evaluate interprofessional educational activities in the context of learning about, from, and with educators from other professions. The educational activities should also account for diversity, equity, and inclusion in all stages of design and delivery. Educational activities may target health professions learners (e.g. DPT, medical, nursing, or PA students) or licensed providers (e.g continuing education, professional development, team training). Educational activities may include short courses, workshops, seminars, or project-based initiatives. Read more...
The School of Medicine has posted updated resources for Virtual Recruitment Communications support on the Communications Resources page.
Duke AHEAD has launched our very own podcast, "DATE - Duke AHEAD Talks Education."
Listen to the first two episodes now and let us know what you think here!