Health Professions Educators are often lacking resources needed to advance educational research and scholarship. In recognition of this challenge, we are proud to announce the Duke AHEAD Supports Health Professions Educators (DASHE) program. DASHE Vouchers are designed to be used in a wide variety of ways by connecting our educators with high quality academic services that facilitate their engagement in scholarly work.
Duke AHEAD and the new Duke Health Center for Interprofessional Education and Care (IPEC) are pleased to join forces to offer grant funding for Duke faculty and affiliated health professionals engaged in education program development for students enrolled in foundational degree programs at the Schools of Medicine and Nursing—this includes Doctor of Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant, Doctor of Medicine, and Nursing (ABSN, MSN, NP). This funding is intended to provide support for innovative curricula aimed at students from two or more professions to learn “about, from, and with” each other. Our purpose is to support the development of programs that will provide students authentic experiences in interprofessional education and care.
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Background: We are pleased to offer project funding for members of Duke AHEAD.
DEADLINE: JUNE 28th 5:00 pm
Congratulations to our 2019 DASHE voucher recipients. DASHE Vouchers are designed to be used in a wide variety of ways by connecting our educators with high quality academic services that facilitate their engagement in scholarly work.
We are excited to offer an opportunity for faculty who are interested in health professions education as a career to apply for our Certificate in Health Professions Education & Teaching.
Three scholarships are available for the nationally-recognized “Teaching and Leading Evidence-Based Medicine” Workshop, which will be held at Duke Medicine from April 2nd – April 5th, 2019.
The Medical Professionalism Project is a short film series and CME course that explores ethics and professionalism in healthcare through the lens of behavioral science.
Accessing the course is very simple!
Duke AHEAD in partnership with the School of Nursing, School of Medicine, Duke Health and the Office of Graduate Medical Education is excited to announce the fifth annual Health Professions Education Day, September 21, 2018. This celebration spotlights health professions educators and their remarkable innovations and achievements. As part of this year’s celebration, Duke AHEAD will be accepting poster abstracts for presentation.