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Not Your Mama’s Journal Club – Strengthening Teachers’ Professional Identities Through Faculty Development

How do YOU characterize your professional identity as a faculty member and educator? What resources and mechanisms do you use to enrich yourself and nourish your role in academia? This NYMJC session will review and discuss this article from Academic Medicine from some of the best minds in faculty development in health professions education. Facilitated…

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Webinar – Managing Difficult Faculty

Learn how to more effectively address negative behavior and performance problems of your faculty. Using case studies, you will practice four steps for dealing with difficult faculty who exhibit unprofessional, unproductive, or even destructive behavior. Throughout this program, we will examine the essential elements of success when managing difficult faculty: Essential elements of success Step…

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Improving Faculty Mentorship

Learn how your institution can implement an enhanced, evidence-supported faculty mentorship program with network-based mentoring. This training will provide you with a high-level view of network-based mentorship as well as concrete examples, resources, and guides to help you operationalize on your campus. After this training, you will be able to take what you learn and…

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Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Series: Module 2

CAPE is proud to offer this series of modules on the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL). The series is authored by expert Dr. Linda Garavalia and presented by CAPE as part of the Health Professions Educator series. Module 2 will discuss practicing SoTL.Presented by Linda Garavalia, PhD and CAPE Module 2: Practicing SoTL null