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Evaluation and Feedback Workshop – January 28, 2016

The UF Jacksonville College of Medicine Faculty Development Series presents an Educational Development workshop. Objectives: Define “evaluation” and “feedback” Describe methods of evaluation List characteristics of effective feedback Describe the three levels of feedback and associated teaching behaviors Provide effective feedback Presenter: Elisa A. Zenni, M.D. Date: January 28,…

College of Medicine Finance 101 – February 24, 2016

Have you ever wondered how the College of Medicine manages its budget? COM Finance 101 will provide faculty a high-level overview of the various sources of revenue that go into the College’s budget. Objectives: Understand the role of the Florida Clinical Practice Association and how it interfaces with the University…

Physician Addiction, Recovery & PRN – October 28, 2015

Objectives: Create awareness of the prevalence of alcohol and drug addiction among medical students and physicians. Share real-life examples of how alcoholism, drug addiction, and recovery can present themselves during the course of one’s medical training and practice. Give an understanding of both the purpose of PRN and…

Unconscious Bias – November 4, 2015

Biases are a part of human nature, and they impact our choices everyday. Though some are blatant, the majority of the biases that effect our choices are complicated and harder to detect. Unconscious bias can compromise diversity and inclusion efforts in admissions, curriculum development, counseling, and faculty…

Team-Based Learning at UF Fall Workshops

During the Fall 2015 semester, the Team-Based Learning Collaborative will be offering TBL workshops on Friday afternoons.  Some of the workshops will be repeated during the Spring 2016 semester at late afternoon/early evening times. Please visit the Health Science Center Faculty Development website for dates and registration…

Negotiating with your Chair for GME – October 14, 2015

In addition to patient care, scholarship, and other educational activities, Graduate Medical Education (GME) can play a vital role in contributing to the overall success of your department. As such, the negotiation and relationship between the program director and department chair are vital. A better understanding of…

Creating & Maintaining your Educational Portfolio

Participants will discuss the purpose and required components of an Educational Portfolio. Participants will learn how to use an educational portfolio to describe teaching activities, to reflect upon accomplishments, and to set goals for the future.  In addition, the portfolio format required by the UF College of…

Educational Scholarship Program Workshop Series

The Educational Scholarship Program (ESP) is excited to present a new online series of educational research skills development seminars during the UF 2017-2018 academic year.  This seminar series is intended to provide knowledge necessary to understand the purposes and processes of education research, and to help UF faculty to…

Effective Peer Evaluation of Teaching: Tools and Techniques

This workshop will give participants the opportunity to review the peer evaluation of teaching process and to enhance their skills as peer evaluators. Learning objectives: Discuss the definition, benefits and limitations of peer evaluation of teaching List the attributes of an effective peer evaluator Use a structured observation form to…