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The Health Professions Education certificate is an accelerated, interprofessional program designed for clinical faculty involved in a health profession education field such as nursing, medical education, pharmacy, allied health, veterinarian, etc.
Staff are assigned required modules and can opt to take additional training. Topics include: Administrative Applications, Animal Care and Use, Applications and Technology, Compliance, Financial, Health and Safety, Human Resources, Human Subject Protections, New Employee/Staff Training, Professional Development, Research, and Sponsored Projects Administration
Topics: Administrative Applications (e.g. ATLAS), Animal Care and Use (IACUC), Applications and Technology (e.g. FAST, data warehouse), Compliance (e.g. HIPAA), Health and Safety (e.g. Bloodborne pathogens, radiation safety), Human Resources (e.g. employee relations, new employee/staff training),
Technology Training Services provides fee-based computer training on common desktop computer application in use today. Courses can be taken both on Penn's campus at our centrally located computer training lab, or off-campus at a number of locations in downtown Philadelphia and the suburbs.
These grants can be used for many different types of engagements, including those hosted virtually. The program supports Global Policy Course Enrichment Grants that help Penn faculty make a course more policy-relevant by supporting the design of a new course, curricular redesign of an existing course, guest speakers from relevant policy communities, the development of policy-oriented case studies, or other creative connections with the policy world.
Perelman School of Medicine's Advance faculty professional development program is an institutional mentoring program designed to mentor faculty in: Attaining Teaching Excellence, Career Development and Achievement, Leadership and Management, Research, Scientific Writing, and Technology. Open to Penn Vet faculty and staff. Course calendar.
Faculty groups that meet monthly through the academic year to explore particular teaching approaches and questions. Seminar discussions offer faculty the chance to explore topics by learning from colleagues' experiences.
This grant provides between $500 and $1,000 in funding for on-site or virtual professional development
for veterinarians and veterinary staff who have teaching contact hours with veterinary students at the Colleges of Veterinary Medicine represented in the Student AVMA House of Delegates.
This certificate program is designed for clinicians and clinical research project managers without clinical research training to provide a solid basis for proposal development and research collaboration.
Penn's Institute for Biomedical Informatics' two-year, in-person program is designed to help practicing clinicians become biomedical informaticians proficient in informatics methods and clinical applications
Certificate and Master in Healthcare Quality and Safety (MHQS) programs are offered to faculty within the Perelman School of Medicine, post-graduate fellows within graduate medical education training programs at Penn and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, nurses, advanced practice providers, and other health care professionals within the Penn/CHOP community that seek formal knowledge and skills in quality improvement and patient safety.
Most of these opportunities are open to anyone in the Penn community.