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...
Educator Professional Development Program
Duke AHEAD offers many sources of faculty development for faculty who want to strengthen their role as an educator. The EPD programs include skill building workshops (monthly faculty development sessions), education grand rounds, journal club, an annual Education Day, and a certificate program in teaching. Content areas include instruction and assessment; educational research and scholarship; innovations in education; effective use of educational technology; and educational leadership. Individuals may apply to participate in one or more topic areas, or complete a year-long program. The 2018 certificate program will launch in July 2018. The application process will roll out in winter 2018.
Those enrolled in the year-long program will be provided mentors to assist with completing an education-related project. Projects are intended to match the faculty member’s interests and benefit Duke health professions education in some way. A certificate of completion will be issued to all individuals who complete the EPD program requirements. Funding will be available for this activity.
Education Skill Building Workshops
Skill Building Workshops are designed to provide participants with knowledge, tools and effective skills in various areas of education. General workshops will be available to all Duke faculty and professional staff members in the Schools of Medicine and Nursing. Topics may include how to:
write goals and objectives
develop a course
teach at the bedside, in the clinic, or in the operating room
provide effective feedback
be a mentor
develop a program of pedagogical research
write a manuscript
maintain a portfolio
utilize innovations in teaching (e.g., team-based learning, simulation, technology, inter-professional education)
orient new faculty
Journal article from BMJ series: ABCs of Learning and Teaching in Medicine
Lambert W T Schuwirth, Cees P M van der Vleuten
Classic journal article from BMJ series: ABCs of Learning and Teaching in Medicine
John J Norcini
BMJ vol., 326 5 April 2003