1:00 – 2:45
pm It Takes A Team
3:00 – 5:00 pm
Strategies for Clinical Teaching: How to Facilitate Learning in a Healthcare Environment
Kellee Trice, BA, R. EEG/EP T., RPSGT
Program Director, Institute of Health Sciences, Hunt Valley, MD
Stephanie Jordan, R. EEG/EP T., CNIM, CLTM
Supervisor, Clinical Neurology
Swedish Medical Center, Seattle, WA
Anna-Marie Beck, MOL, R. EEG T.
Program Director for the Johnson County Community College
Manager, Children’s Mercy Hospital Neurophysiology Program, Olathe, KS
Jackie L. Long-Goding, PhD, RRT-NPS, FAARC
Executive Director, CoA-NDT, Whitinsville, MA
Do you work in a hospital neurodiagnostic department and want to increase your staff by participating in an Neurodiagnostic program as a clinical site? Are you a program director and need to increase your clinical sites to allow your program to grow? “It Takes a Team” focuses on helping Neurodiagnostic and IONM programs identify ways to recruit clinical sites while providing hospital personnel information about becoming a clinical site. The partnership between educational programs and hospital clinical sites will be explored during this networking session.
Most clinical educators in Neurodiagnostics were not formally trained as teachers. “Strategies for Clinical Teaching: How to Facilitate Learning in a Healthcare Environment” will review the fundamental concepts of teaching in a clinical environment, essential qualities needed to become a good clinical educator and how to adequately assess and evaluate Neurodiagnostic students during clinical training.
The role of the CAAHEP Standards and Guidelines for the Accreditation of Educational Programs in Neurodiagnostic Technology and the Standards and Guidelines for the Accreditation of Educational Programs in Intraoperative Monitoring will be discussed.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will:
- Identify the Standards that relate to clinical education as a critical component of them.
- Describe communication strategies used by Neurodiagnostic and IONM programs when working with clinical sites.
- Identify general teaching theories and relate them to teaching strategies.
- Explore how to work with program developed course materials.
- Describe methods to assess and evaluate student performance.
- Identify strategies commonly used when communicating with program faculty.
Please visit the CoA-NDT website to register for this free workshop.