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Faculty Development Program
The Johns Hopkins Faculty Development Program is an established leader in faculty development for medical educators. Since 1987, over 600 faculty and fellows from Johns Hopkins Medicine as well as regional medical schools and teaching hospitals have participated in the longitudinal programs. The professional development of participants is supported through the use of adult learning methods and collaborative learning. Longitudinal programs are offered in teaching skills and curriculum development.
Praise for the Johns Hopkins Faculty Development Programs:
“The Teaching Skills course has helped me feel more comfortable in a small group setting, given me a useful framework for thinking about teaching experiences, and raised my awareness of role modeling in teaching settings. I really enjoyed getting to know my group and working with them.”
“I have changed my entire approach to teaching medical students and residents using positive feedback”
“Participation in Teaching Skills has improved my confidence as a teacher/preceptor in clinical settings.”
Program faculty are also available for consultation, to develop and implement special programs and workshops that are specific to the needs of your division, department or institution.
Tuition remission is available for Full-time Hopkins faculty who also are Johns Hopkins University employees. There is no yearly dollar limit on tuition remission. Continuing education credit is available for all of our courses. See menu links for detailed program information. For additional information or to register, please contact Darilyn Rohlfing at 410-550-0510 or e-mail email@example.com.
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