Event Title

Survival Skills for Affective Education: Integrating Professional Behaviors in Health Professional’s Curriculum

Location

Resnick

Format

Workshop

Start Date

15-1-2011 1:00 PM

End Date

15-1-2011 2:30 PM

Abstract

INTRODUCTION: Helen L. Masin, Ph.D., Lori Gusman, M.S., and Elsa Drevyn, D.P.T. The presenters are the clinical education team for the D.P.T. program at the University of Miami and have extensive experience in this arena.

PURPOSE: Participants will recognize essential professional behaviors and learn practical skills for implementing those behaviors in the classroom and the clinic. Participants will receive guidance in writing professional behavioral objectives at the beginning, intermediate, entry level, and post-entry levels for their profession utilizing the original research by May et al.

METHODOLOGY: Lecture, demonstration, and case studies in small groups using the assessment tool provided.

RESULTS: Writing concrete objectives for professional behaviors can be challenging for faculty members and students. This workshop will demonstrate how professional behaviors can be integrated and assessed throughout a professional curriculum. Participants will have an opportunity to practice writing affective behavioral objectives and will receive feedback on these objectives during the workshop.

CONCLUSIONS: Learning these skills will assist academic and clinical faculty in identifying and remediating problematic affective behaviors in the classroom and/or the clinic. Participants will learn how to utilize an objective format for assessment and remediation following this workshop.

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Jan 15th, 1:00 PM Jan 15th, 2:30 PM

Survival Skills for Affective Education: Integrating Professional Behaviors in Health Professional’s Curriculum

Resnick

INTRODUCTION: Helen L. Masin, Ph.D., Lori Gusman, M.S., and Elsa Drevyn, D.P.T. The presenters are the clinical education team for the D.P.T. program at the University of Miami and have extensive experience in this arena.

PURPOSE: Participants will recognize essential professional behaviors and learn practical skills for implementing those behaviors in the classroom and the clinic. Participants will receive guidance in writing professional behavioral objectives at the beginning, intermediate, entry level, and post-entry levels for their profession utilizing the original research by May et al.

METHODOLOGY: Lecture, demonstration, and case studies in small groups using the assessment tool provided.

RESULTS: Writing concrete objectives for professional behaviors can be challenging for faculty members and students. This workshop will demonstrate how professional behaviors can be integrated and assessed throughout a professional curriculum. Participants will have an opportunity to practice writing affective behavioral objectives and will receive feedback on these objectives during the workshop.

CONCLUSIONS: Learning these skills will assist academic and clinical faculty in identifying and remediating problematic affective behaviors in the classroom and/or the clinic. Participants will learn how to utilize an objective format for assessment and remediation following this workshop.