The Health Professions Educator

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The Health Professions Educator

SKU# 9780826177179

A Practical Guide for New and Established Faculty

Editors:

  • Gerald Kayingo PhD, PA-C
  • Virginia Hass DNP, MSN, RN, FNP-C, PA-C
$80.00

Description 

This is the only book for new and mid-career faculty that delivers practical, evidence-based strategies for physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and other clinical professionals teaching in advanced health provider education programs. The text disseminates interprofessional teaching and learning strategies that can be used across advanced clinical disciplines. It also features sample curricula and syllabi, lecture tips, evaluation strategies, and in-depth information about state-of-the-art technology and virtual classrooms.

Key pedagogical principles set a firm foundation for both novice and experienced educators, and practical applications and case examples offer concrete reinforcement. The text describes how to design and implement a curriculum that promotes cognitive diversity and inclusion, and examines ways to encourage leadership and scholarship. It addresses methods for fostering active learning and clinical reasoning through the use of technology, simulation, distance education, and student-centered pedagogy. Edited by experienced physician assistant and nurse practitioner faculty who are leaders in interprofessional education, the book distills the insight and expertise of top physician assistant, nursing, and physician educators and provides valuable tools that help faculty become effective educators in the United States and abroad.

Key Features:

  • Delivers cutting-edge “tools of the trade” for advanced health professions educators
  • Provides evidence-based strategies for interprofessional education
  • Describes key pedagogical principles for both beginning and advanced educators
  • Includes strategies to promote diversity and inclusiveness in the teaching environment
  • Weaves in practical applications and case examples
  • Offers strategies for faculty to establish and maintain work–life balance
  • Includes digital ancillary materials for faculty use

Product Details 

  • Publication Date August 28, 2017
  • Page Count 416
  • Product Form Paperback / softback
  • ISBN 13 9780826177179

Table of Contents 

Contents

Contributors

Reviewers

Foreword Alfred M. Sadler Jr., MD, FACP; Debra Bakerjian, PhD, APRN, FAAN, FAANP; and Jonathan Bowser, MS, PA-C

Preface

PART I. CURRICULUM DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION

1. Learner-Centered Pedagogy: Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century

Dipu Patel-Junankar

2. Curriculum Design

Holly West, Camille Termini Loftin, and Clifford L. Snyder

3. Competencies and Milestones

Mary L. Warner

4. Curriculum Mapping

Carrie A. Calloway

5. Interprofessional Education: What, Why, When, and How?

Kevin Lohenry, Désirée Lie, Ashley Halle, and Sae Byul (Sarah) Ma

PART II. ACTIVE TEACHING–LEARNING METHODOLOGIES

6. Problem-Based Learning

Susan Hawkins, Judy Truscott, and Alyssa Abebe

7. Team-Based Learning

Victoria Wallace and Lisa Walker

8. Flipping the Classroom Without Tears

Amy A. Nichols

9. Technology in the Classroom

Nina Multak

10. Using Social Media and Big Data to Facilitate Teaching and Learning in Health Professions

Bianca Belcher and Jessica Duff

11. Distance Education Strategies

Susan E. White

PART III. CLINICAL EDUCATION

12. Recruiting and Maintaining Clinical Training Sites

Andrew P. Chastain

13. Simulation in Clinical Education

Natalie Walkup, Carolina Wishner, and April Gardner

14. Interprofessional Education in the Clinical Setting

Angel K. Chen, Tamatha Arms, Barbara L. Jones, Jeffrey Okamoto, Noell Rowan, and Evaon C. Wong-Kim

15. International Clinical Education

Nicholas M. Hudak, Dennis Clements, and Michael V. Relf

16. Service Learning

Hoonani Cuadrado, Sharon E. Connor, Corinne Feldman, and Mary Marfisee

17. Creating a Career Development Curriculum: Facilitating Transition to Professional Practice

Bonnie Jo Hanson and Matt Casey

PART IV. ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION OF LEARNING OUTCOMES

18. Diverse Learner Assessment Strategies

Marie Meckel, Nadia Cobb, Aviwe Mgobozi, Evelien E. Cellissen, Kristen Burrows, Theresa J. Riethle, and Htin Zaw Soe

19. Professionalism

April Gardner, Natalie Walkup, and Carolina Wishner

20. Learner Assessment and Remediation

Jeanie McHugo

PART V. PROMOTING DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION

21. Equity Pedagogy: Applying Multicultural Education in Health Professions Learning Environments

Kupiri Ackerman-Barger, David Acosta, Debra Bakerjian, Jann Murray-García, and Hendry Ton

22. Minority Faculty: Recruitment, Retention, and Advancement

Karen Mulitalo, Kupiri Ackerman-Barger, Darin T. Ryujin, and Maha B. Lund

23. Achieving Inclusive Excellence

Kenyon Railey, Jacqueline S. Barnett, and DeShana Collett

PART VI. PROMOTING LEADERSHIP AND SCHOLARSHIP

24. Effective Ways to Promote Scholarship: The Academic Scholarship Portfolio

Douglas Brock and Susan Symington

25. Scholarship Reconsidered for Health Professions Educators

Karl Terryberry and Gerald Kayingo

26. Promoting Academic and Student Leadership

Reamer L. Bushardt, Teri L. Capshaw, and Sonia J. Crandall

27. Giving and Receiving Feedback

Craig Keenan

28. Successful Mentoring: Socialization of Faculty and Students

Ruth Ballweg

29. Creating a Faculty and Student Mentoring Program

Michael Estrada and Laura Estrada

30. Managing Up and Managing Down: Getting Along With Others

Ruth Ballweg

PART VII. PROGRAM OPERATIONS

31. Admissions Best Practices

Mariah Kindle and Douglas Brock

32. Legal Matters for the Health Professions Educator

Gerald R. Weniger and John F. Knight

33. Creating a Culture of Restorative Justice

Joao Salm, Gerald Kayingo, and Virginia McCoy Hass

34. Work–Life Balance for the Health Professions Educator

Patrick Auth and Michael Howley

35. Mindfulness for Health Professions Educators

Brenda Gustin

PART VIII. CURRENT TRENDS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS IN HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION

36. Postgraduate Fellowships and Residency Programs

Vasco Deon Kidd, Dennis Tankersley, and Virginia McCoy Hass

37. Doctoral Education for Physician Assistants: Demand, Design, and Drawbacks

Lucy W. Kibe and James F. Cawley

38. Nurturing Social Accountability and Community Engagement

Nadia Cobb, Amy Clithero, Fortunato Cristobal, Julian Fisher, Sarah Larkins, Lyn Middleton, André-Jacques Neusy, Robyn Preston, Simone J. Ross, Roger Strasser, and Torres Woolley

Index