It is the mission of the NCH Department of Medical Education to provide high-quality, up‐to‐date, evidence‐based, and learner‐focused education to students, residents, and fellows. The Faculty Development Seminar Series is one of the blue chips of the hospital and is one of the many initiatives of the hospital leadership. In addition, the ACGME and the LCME require that Faculty Development be part of the institution’s culture. These seminar series are created to be a forum for training faculty in teaching, research, leadership, and administration.

Our Faculty Development Series is targeted to Primary Care Physicians and Sub-Specialty Physicians. (These courses are intended for NCHS faculty, employees, and rotating staff)

Below is a list of all the available Faculty Development Sessions within iLearn.

After this Virtual Grand Round, participants should be able to: 1. Understand the basic definition of domestic violence, 2. Identify the number of patients likely to be victims and/or perpetrators of domestic violence, and 3. Describe screening procedures to assist in identifying victims and/or perpetrators of domestic violence. [Recorded 12/15/2023]
Virtual Grand Rounds
After this Virtual Grand Round, participants should be able to: 1. Describe the epidemiology of substance use-related harm in the US, with a focus on adolescents and young adults (“youth”), 2. Prescribe opioids in a manner that reduces the likelihood of risk for long-term opioid use and addiction, and 3. Ensure evidence-based screening and treatment for youth with substance use disorders [Recorded 11/10/2023]
After this Virtual Faculty Development, participants should be able to: Familiarize attendees with resources for investigators available at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, Review updates to federal regulations governing human subjects research, Overview of Protocol Builder® application. [Reviewed & Re-Approved 06/30/2023]
After this Virtual Faculty Development, participants should be able to: Appreciate the basics of conducting teaching sessions, Learn strategies to introduce flavor to teaching sessions by using different instructional methods, Be familiar with the advantages and disadvantages of the different styles to use in delivering content to learners. [Reviewed & Re-Approved 06/30/2023]
After this Virtual Faculty Development, participants should be able to: Develop a QI/MOC coaching program, Learn strategies to use project-based learning to teach the principles of QI methodology and engage physicians in a culture of improvement, and Learn strategies to help project leaders overcome common leadership challenges in QI. [Reviewed & Re-Approved 06/30/2023]
After this Virtual Faculty Development, participants should be able to: Learn the project and participation criteria for Part 4 MOC; Learn the principles of QI methodology and adult learning theory; Design a QI project that applies adult learning theory and QI methodology to improve patient outcomes, provide MOC credit, and engage physicians in a culture of improvement; and Plan for the common leadership challenges in QI. [Reviewed & Re-Approved 06/30/2023]
After this Virtual Faculty Development, participants should be able to: Learn the categories of Scholarship, Understand the ACGME scholarly Activities requirements for faculty and for residents/fellows, and Learn about resources, tips, and ways to increase and document their own scholarship. [Reviewed & Re-Approved 06/30/2023]
After this Virtual Grand Round, participants should be able to 1. Identify the types of medical errors that may arise, 2. Understand the importance of proper and thorough documentation and effective communication with practitioners and patients, 3. Implement a system to prevent the occurrence of medical errors and adverse incidents. [Recorded 11/03/2023]
After this Virtual Grand Round, participants should be able to: 1) The definition of human trafficking and the laws surrounding it, 2) Where the law intersects with health care, and 3) Indicators of human trafficking and next steps [Recorded 10/27/2023]

Grand Rounds - 12/15/2023 - Domestic Violence

1. Understand the basic definition of domestic violence, 2. Identify the number of patients likely to be victims and/or perpetrators of domestic violence, and 3. Describe screening procedures to assist in identifying victims and/or perpetrators of domestic violence

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  • 2.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
    Nicklaus Children's Hospital designates this Live Activity for a maximum of 2.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
    • 2.00 Domestic Violence
  • 2.00 Attendance
    Acknowledging attendance at this educational activity.
    • 2.00 Approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™

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