Training Seminars are designed specifically for academic faculty (basic scientists, clinicians, other health science educators) as well as for preceptors to promote excellence in teaching and learning.
Individual Coaching Sessions address specific needs of the client, such as preparing for national boards (for faculty or learners), teaching for learning, teaching with technology, teaching that addresses diverse learning styles, preparing an academic poster, delivering a keynote presentation, using PowerPoint for active learning, teaching / implementing the ACGME competencies, and writing for publication.
Faculty Learning Communities (FLCs) are a relatively new form of faculty development in the health professions that provides a robust option for enriching faculty understanding of learning and teaching and provides the exploration of scholarly teaching within a collegial and inviting environment.
Faculty Learning Communities (FLC) have become an effective faculty development venue that involves focused consultation, facilitator training, and coordination in a year-long initiative. The FLC experience provides another lens from which to explore scholarly teaching in a collegial and inviting environment.
Linda Carr, Ph.D. is a talented highly accomplished educator who has successfully created innovative curriculum, course work and has produced highly acclaimed presentations and programs to foster and enhance academic medical faculty development. She has also guided physicians to successful board certification through private consultative programs and professional services.Michael Grossman, M.D., MACP
Associate Dean, Graduate Medical Education
University of Arizona Health Sciences Center, Phoenix, Arizona
Vice President of Academic Affairs, Maricopa Integrated Health System