CAAHEP WEBINAR ARCHIVES
CAAHEP Accreditation: From Beginning to End (MP4) - December 6, 2016
Kathryn Kuntz and Kathleen Megivern
Corresponding document: Questions and Responses from webinar attendees (PDF)
Beyond the Politics and Hype: What will the Affordable Care Act Really Mean for the Future of Health Care, the Healthcare Workforce, and Health Professions Education? - June 20, 2014 (approx. download time: 4 minutes)
Ilisa Halpern Paul, MPP, President, District Policy Group, Drinker Biddle & Reath, Washington, DC
Effective Interprofessional Faculty Development - October 18, 2012 (approx. download time: 4 minutes)
Cecilia Rokusek, Ed.D., R.D., Executive Director of Education, Planning, and Research, Interprofessional Education - Project Director, Nova Southeastern University
This webinar provides participants with an interactive faculty development program focused on current concepts in interprofessional education and practice. Given a dynamically changing health care system with so many uncertainties, interprofessional team-based practice will be more important in the 21st century. Team-based practice better addresses the needs of the health care consumer, who is a member of the health care team. Each and every health care discipline has a role on the team and must take an active role on the team. Understanding the roles of each discipline is essential. Unfortunately, interprofessional education and collaborative practice have not often been accepted nor have they found a place in education and health care delivery. This session provides faculty with tools to help make interprofessional education and practice a sustainable reality.
Your Advisory Committee: Meeting Expectations and Beyond - October 8, 2012 (approx. download time: 4 minutes)
Joseph B. Long, Ed.D., CST/FAST, Academic Team Leader, Surgical Technology Program, Lansing Community College
Advisory Committees are vital to the success of your program but can be difficult to manage. This webinar gives you insight on meeting the expectations of an advisory committee and beyond, with information on everything from setting up an advisory committee to the roles of its members, to the committee's function and requirements. Take-away tools such as sample invitation letters, agendas, meeting material, and more, will be shared by by seasoned program director, Joseph Long, PhD, CST/FAST. PDF of program slides and Q&A document.
Improving the Quality of Clinical Preceptors: Practical Applications for Bench Teaching - February 24, 2011 (approx. download time: 2 min)
with Donald Simpson, Ph.D., M.P.H., CT (ASCP), University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
This webinar prepares allied health professionals to teach clinical preceptors how to do more effective bench teaching. Key discussion points focus on the need for interprofessional development; teaching professionalism and ethics; implementation of research findings; and outcomes assessment. Participants learn to understand the need for practical applications in bench teaching, develop infrastructure whereby theory can be translated into practical applications, and support the dissemination of translational education throughout the participant's institution.
Are You Prepared: Integrating Emergency Preparedness into the Curriculum - March 29, 2011 (approx. download time: 2 min)
with Cecilia Rokusek, Ed.D., R.D., Project Manager, Center for Bioterrorism and All-Hazards Preparedness, Nova Southeastern University
Manmade and natural disasters are a reality throughout the world. Health professionals at every level must be able to plan for and respond to disasters. It is critically important that time in the interdisciplinary curriculum be identified for students to learn the basics of planning, mitigation, response, and recovery. This webinar discusses ways in which core areas in emergency preparedness and disaster response can be effectively integrated into the existing curriculum.
Websites noted in Dr. Rokusek's Webinar:
CAAHEP 101- September 9, 2013
Introduction to webinars for new leaders of the Commission or Committees on Accreditation