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"Hit the Ground Running"

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The Academy has kept SIU School of Medicine's reputation at the forefront of medical education. The "Hit the Ground Running" faculty development series was designed specifically with the needs of new faculty in mind, though anyone with an interest in education is welcome to attend.

These presentations provide multiple opportunities for faculty members to develop their own skills in medical education teaching and research. Each of the Schools' department chairs is committed to having a faculty that has excellent teachers and they uniformally support this educational program for new faculty members.

"Hit the Ground Running"
Season 6

Faculty Development Presentations
Sponsored by
The Academy for Scholarship in Education
2nd Wednesday of each month
September 11, 2013 - August 13, 2014
913 N Rutledge, Room 1252
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Presentations will be videoconferenced to
Carbondale and Quincy

For more information email: academy@siumed.edu

Season 6 Schedule: Printable Version


August 21, 2013
"Using Software that Supports Research: An Introduction to the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS and Atlas.ti.)" (Nicole Roberts & Anna Cianciolo)
Learning Objectives:
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
1) Know the software options available to support their research
2) Know how to select software (when to use SPSS, when to use Atlas.ti)
3) Develop a very basic concept of how the software works (i.e. what's behind the most frequently used menus)
4) Know where to go when they need help


September 11, 2013
"Introduction to Problem-Based Learning" (Nicole Roberts & Anna Cianciolo)
Learning Objectives:
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
1) State curricular objectives for years 1 and 2
2) Describe the approach to delivering the curriculum used by SIUSOM
3) Discuss the rationale for using a PBL approach


October 9, 2013
"How to Succeed at Promotion and Tenure"
(Debra Klamen)
Promotion and tenure confer status to you, your department and your institution. In this presentation you will learn what is involved in securing promotion and tenure, and practical approaches to developing your dossier.
Learning Objectives:
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
1) State the requirements for promotion and tenure at SIU
2) Describe approaches to developing one's own dossier for promotion and tenure


November 13, 2013
"Stress Management" (Debra Klamen) RECORDING NOT AVAILABLE
The stress management workshop is designed to introduce faculty to useful strategies for identifying, coping and managing stress that are invariably encountered in academic careers. The workshop is highly interactive, and includes topics such as understanding stress, coping, and signals of distress, balancing pressures and satisfactions: increasing social support, building self care and relaxation skills, self management options under stress, increasing interpersonal skills, and avoiding burnout. Through a series of didactics and interactive exercises, participants will leave the workshop armed with useful tools for managing stress and improving performance on an on-going basis.
Learning Objectives:
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
1) Define stress, and understand the signs and symptoms of it
2) Understand and be able to utilize at least one relaxation technique
3) Articulate the difference between assertive, passive, and aggressive communication
4) Choose less stressful decision options when faced with a problem
5) Define burnout, and be aware when they themselves are reaching burnout levels


December 11, 2013 – No presentation


January 8, 2014
"Giving Great Presentations" (Nicole Roberts)
Participants will learn basic principles of giving didactic presentations. Focus will be on defining objectives, matching content to meet objectives and manner of presentation. Participants will be able to enact principles for appropriate presentation preparation for various audiences and circumstances and be able to enact principles for presentation delivery for various audiences and circumstances.
Learning Objectives:
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
1) Prepare presentations that help audiences learn
2) Engage in presentations that help audiences learn


February 12, 2014
"Difficult Conversations"
(Nicole Roberts & Hilary Sanfey)
All professionals face situations where they know they ought to say something, but for various reasons they don't want to do so. This interactive session will allow participants to identify situations where they ought to speak up and give them strategies for doing so productively.
Learning Objectives:
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
1) Develop a strategy for conflict management in different situations
2) Convert a difficult conversation into a learning conversation


March 12, 2014
"Hidden Costs of Failing to Fail Residents"
(Nicole Roberts)
Research on learners with performance problems at SIU will be presented. Participants will learn to use the Person Impact Factor Scale to assess learners.
Learning Objectives:
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
1) Identify the prevalence of learner performance problems
2) Discuss a model for identifying learners with performance problems
3) Adapt the model to their own practice


April 9, 2014
"Using Software that Supports Research: An Introduction to the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS and Atlas.ti.)" (Nicole Roberts & Anna Cianciolo)
Learning Objectives:
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
1) Know the software options available to support their research
2) Know how to select software (when to use SPSS, when to use Atlas.ti)
3) Develop a very basic concept of how the software works (i.e. what's behind the most frequently used menus)
4) Know where to go when they need help


May 14, 2014
"Leading in Your Setting"
(Nicole Roberts & Hilary Sanfey)
Faculty will learn core leadership skills to use in their particular settings.
Learning Objectives:
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
1) Manage self and relationships effectively
2) Learn core leadership skills in use in their particular settings


June 11, 2014
"Feedback in Clinical Teaching"
(Susan Hingle)
Participants will learn what feedback is, guidelines for providing feedback, the importance of giving feedback, and the RRRC model of providing feedback (Reflection, Rules, Reinforcement, Correction). They will practice providing feedback.
Learning Objectives:
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
1) Define feedback in clinical education
2) Discuss guidelines for providing feedback
3) Discuss the importance of providing feedback
4) Practice providing feedback


July 9, 2014 – No presentation


August 13, 2014
"Diagnosing the Learner"
(Anna Cianciolo)
Learning Objectives:
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
1) Recognize various problems Learners have
2) Develop strategies to address Learner difficulties

Accreditation
The Southern Illinois University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit
SIU School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM.
Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

SIU School of Medicine is preapproved as a continuing nursing education provider pursuant to Section 1300.130, subsection c), 1), B) and P) of the Department of Financial and Professional Regulation Nurse Practice Act. Nurses may receive a maximum of 1.0 contact hour for completing this activity.

The following presentations are available to view.



"Career Development" by Don Scott (October 20, 2010)
Participants will investigate the possibilities and practicalities of being a clinical educator and will explore their short and long term goals using a career planning tool.

"Leading in Your Setting" by Nicole Roberts and Hilary Sanfey (November 17, 2010)
Faculty will learn core leadership skills to use in their particular settings.

"Millennial Students" by Nicole Roberts (December 15, 2010)
Participants will learn the characteristics of generational cohorts in medical school currently (faculty, residents, and students) and how these cohorts may interact. Participants will discuss strategies for using the strengths of each cohort to the benefit of learning and the practice of medicine.

"Difficult Conversations" by Nicole Roberts and Hilary Sanfey(January 19, 2011)
All professionals face situations where they know they ought to say something, but for various reasons they don't want to do so. This interactive session will allow participants to identify situations where they ought to speadk up and give them strategies for doing so productively.

"Giving Great Presentations" by Nicole Roberts (February 16, 2011)
Participants will learn basic principles of giving didactic presentations. Focus will be on defining objectives, matching content to meet objectives and manner of presentation.
Participants will be able to enact principles for appropriate presentation preparation for various audiences and circumstances and be able to enact principles for presentaion delivery for various audiences and circumstances.

"The Learner with Performance Problems" by Nicole Roberts
(March 16, 2011)
Participants will be able to recognize learners with performance problems and use a graduated approach to dealing with learners with performance problems.

"Diagnosing the Learner" by Nicole Roberts & Janet Albers
(April 15, 2010)
Participants will be able to recognize various problems learners have and develop strategies to address learner difficulties.

"How to Succeed at Promotion & Tenure. Developing a Dossier" by Debra Klamen (May 18, 2011)
In this presentation you will learn what is involved in securing promotion and tenure, and practical approaches to developing your dossier.

"Feedback in Clinical Teaching" by Susan Hingle (June 15, 2011)
Participants will learn what feedback is, guidelines for providing feedback, the importance of giving feedback and the RRRC model of providing feedback (Reflection, Rules, Reinforcement, Corrction).

"Stress Management" by Debra Klamen (July 20, 2011)
Participants will be able to define stress and understand the signs and symptoms of it. You will understand and be able to utilize at least one relaxation technique, articulate the difference between assertive, passive and aggressive communication. You will be able to choose less stressful decision options when faced with a prbolem and define burnout, and be aware when they themselves are reaching burnout levels.

"Teaching on the Fly" by Nicole Roberts (May 20, 2010)
Participants will be introduced to learning theories that guide instruction in the practice setting. They well practice two structured approaches to teaching in the practice setting.

"Feedback in Difficult Circumstances" by Anna Cianciolo (September 21, 2011)
Participants will be able to describe potential difficult circumstances, explore a structered approach to providing feedback under these circumstances and practice providing feedback under difficult circumstances.