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Formação e seleção de docentes para currículos inovadores na graduação em saúde; Faculty recruitment and development for innovative curricula in undergraduate health courses

MACHADO, José Lúcio Martins; MACHADO, Valéria Menezes; VIEIRA, Joaquim Edson
Fonte: Associação Brasileira de Educação Médica Publicador: Associação Brasileira de Educação Médica
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A expansão do número de vagas no ensino superior, especialmente na área da saúde, deu-se principalmente às custas do setor privado e sob as recomendações das Diretrizes Curriculares Nacionais. A formação de profissionais de saúde demanda um novo perfil de competências para a docência no ensino superior. O objetivo deste estudo foi avaliar os Projetos Político-Pedagógicos (PPPs) dos novos cursos de graduação na área da saúde que incorporam metodologias ativas de ensino-aprendizagem e observar a coerência entre a proposta pedagógica e a forma de recrutamento, contratação e capacitação do corpo docente. O estudo é descritivo. Foram analisados os processos de recrutamento e capacitação de professores em novos cursos da área da saúde que expressam uma concepção inovadora no período de 2000 a 2008. Foram observadas sete instituições públicas e sete particulares. Apenas dois cursos entre os 19 analisados organizam os currículos por disciplinas e não por módulos integrados. As instituições privadas realizaram o mesmo processo de recrutamento e capacitação de docentes, com a seleção ocorrendo em meio à capacitação. As públicas realizaram capacitação após a definição do concurso público, com os docentes já contratados. Este estudo propõe a necessidade de redimensionar a formação docente na universidade...

Describing some of the Dimensions that comprise the Profile of the Faculty Staff of Statistics Departments in Brazil

Ara-Souza, Anderson Luiz; Louzada, Francisco
Fonte: UNESP – Dept. Matemática; Rio Claro Publicador: UNESP – Dept. Matemática; Rio Claro
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Statistics is a required course in virtually all undergraduate programs in Brazilian universities. In addition, undergraduate programs in Statistics are offered in many public universities. However, despite the importance of this science, there are no systematic studies in the national literature regarding the characterization of the faculty staff, which is responsible for the teaching of statistics in the country. In this context, this paper presents a description of the faculty members of undergraduate courses in Statistics. This description was based on a descriptive sample, related to aspects of their education and scientific production. A prediction of future demand for PhDs in Statistics to fill the vacancies is also provided based on the retirement of faculty members in undergraduate courses in Statistics in the country.

A Checklist for the Development of Faculty Mentorship Programs

Law, Anandi V.; Bottenberg, Michelle M.; Brozick, Anna H.; Currie, Jay D.; DiVall, Margarita V.; Haines, Stuart T.; Jolowsky, Christene; Koh-Knox, Cynthia P.; Leonard, Golda Anne; Phelps, Stephanie J.; Rao, Deepa; Webster, Andrew; Yablonski, Elizabeth
Fonte: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Publicador: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Mentoring of junior faculty members continues to be a widespread need in academic pharmacy in both new programs and established schools. The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Joint Council Task Force on Mentoring was charged with gathering information from member colleges and schools and from the literature to determine best practices that could be shared with the academy. The task force summarized their findings regarding the needs and responsibilities for mentors and protégés at all faculty levels; what mentoring pieces are in existence, which need improvement, and which need to be created; and how effective mentoring is defined and could be measured. Based on these findings, the task force developed several recommendations as well as the PAIRS Faculty Mentorship Checklist. Academic institutions can benefit from the checklist whether they are planning to implement a faculty mentorship program or are interested in modifying existing programs.

Engaging Undergraduate Summer Research Students and Faculty in a Regional Neuroscience Network

Yates, Jennifer R.; Stavnezer, Amy Jo
Fonte: Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience Publicador: Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 15/10/2014 Português
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Students who engage in experiential research programs and who form communities of learning are more likely to persist in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) programs. Faculty who collaborate are more likely to publish and to stay engaged in their field. With funding from the Great Lakes Colleges Association (GLCA) Expanding Collaboration Initiative, we engaged in a series of summer seminars with neuroscience faculty and their research students at five regional institutions, the College of Wooster, Ohio Wesleyan University, Earlham College, Oberlin College and Kenyon College. Our goals were to provide an opportunity for faculty and students to learn about the methods used in the labs at these institutions, to increase collaborative relationships across these institutions, to develop a community of learning among participating students, and to provide students with professional development opportunities. Pre- and post-assessment data indicate knowledge gains in demonstrated methods and increased comfort performing the methods with supervision or collaboration. In addition, several collaborative relationships were formed and significant assistance with planning, materials, and/or apparatus was provided across institutions. In open-ended post-experience questions...

Career Transitions for Faculty Members committed to Undergraduate Neuroscience Education

Dunbar, Gary L.
Fonte: Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience Publicador: Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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This article highlights some of the critical issues that were discussed during a breakout session on career transitions at the 2014 Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience (FUN) Workshop at Ithaca College on Undergraduate Neuroscience Education: Challenges and Solutions in Creating and Sustaining Programs. Topics included: (1) transitioning from graduate school or a postdoc position to an assistant professor position; (2) preparing for promotion and tenure decisions; (3) balancing teaching, research, and service during a career in academics; (4) exploring alternative career options, including moving to another institution, taking on an administrative position, and working in industry; and (5) deciding when and how to retire. Much of the discussion focused on special challenges that women and minorities face in the academic environment. Participants offered valuable insights and suggestions for helping new faculty members prepare for reappointment, promotion, and tenure decisions, including utilizing networking connections within FUN for letters of support and collaborative opportunities. These networking opportunities were also valued by participants who were in rather unique positions, such as transitioning from a purely administrative role back to a regular faculty position or handling the extra burden of being a chair or program director with essentially the same research and grant-writing expectations of a regular faculty member. The session proved to be enlightening for most participants and though several questions and concerns remained unanswered...

Librarian and Faculty Partnerships: Teaching, Technology and Triumphs

Durando, Paola; Griffith, Gillian; Halliday, Sandra; Maranda, Suzanne; Ross-White, Amanda; Smithers, Anne; Thomas, Matthew; Wickett, Sarah
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
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The primary goal of librarian and faculty partnerships in Bracken Health Sciences Library, Queen’s University, is to provide information literacy training to health care practitioners beginning in their student years and continuing into their professional careers. Such partnerships have had a long history and have produced numerous triumphs. Since 1991 information literacy courses have been integrated into the medicine, nursing, rehabilitation therapy and life sciences curricula so that students can learn to embrace life-long, self-directed learning, navigate and access multiple layers of information, and meet discipline-specific competencies. Of course, undergraduate and graduate students are not the only focus of Bracken Library’s information literacy program. Courses are also developed and delivered to faculty (e.g. via “House Calls”, and recognized Continuing Medical Education courses). These courses are invaluable as health care professionals must promote a learning culture and maintain their own information literacy competencies for evidence based practice. Librarians and faculty collaborate on curriculum committees to ensure the seamless integration of knowledge and to produce positive learning outcomes. The Health Sciences Faculty’s “Technology Learning Community” is an innovative...

Building evaluation capacity within faculty development programs

Luhanga, Ulemu
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
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Within faculty development programs, although evaluations are important, lack of time, resources and knowledge of how to conduct program evaluations are often identified as reasons for the lack of rigorous evaluations being conducted. The purpose of this article is to explore how to build evaluation capacity within faculty development programs. In particular, the article will: (a) review literature that can be used to guide evaluation capacity building (ECB) practice, (b) link ECB guiding practices to faculty development program contexts, and (c) conclude with a discussion about the benefits of engaging in evaluation capacity building within faculty development programs.

32nd annual Art Faculty Exhibition, January 10 to March 7, 1997; Art faculty exhibition, 1996-1997; Thirty second annual Art Faculty Exhibition, January 10 to March 7, 1997

Art Faculty Exhibition, 1997; Revelle, Barbara Jo; University of Florida -- Department of Art; University of Florida -- University Galleries
Fonte: University of Florida, Dept. of Art, College of Fine Arts; University of Florida, Dept. of Art, College of Fine Arts ( [Gainesville, Fla.] ) Publicador: University of Florida, Dept. of Art, College of Fine Arts; University of Florida, Dept. of Art, College of Fine Arts ( [Gainesville, Fla.] )
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations ; 31 cm
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Title from p. verso of cover.; Introductory statement by Barbara Jo Revelle.; Errata slip inserted.; (Funding) Digitization by the Gary R. Libby Charitable Trust.; (Statement of Responsibility) organized by University Galleries, Department of Art, College of Fine Arts, University of Florida.

Faculty perceptions of interprofessional education

Bennett, P.; Gum, L.; Lindeman, I.; Lawn, S.; McAllister, S.; Richards, J.; Kelton, M.; Ward, H.
Fonte: Churchill Livingstone Publicador: Churchill Livingstone
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Nurses and other health professionals are required to demonstrate broad levels of expertise and service to ensure quality patient-centred health care. Interprofessional practice aligned with interprofessional education (IPE) has been promoted as a vehicle to promote broad levels of expertise. However, challenges remain for universities and other higher education institutions to successfully provide IPE opportunities for students. This paper presents perceptions of academic staff towards IPE from one Australian multi-campus health faculty. Perceptions were collected using interviews and two workshops. Findings are themed under the categories of faculty barriers, industry challenges and future opportunities. The perceptions of one health faculty regarding the fundamental factors required for IPE success were executive leadership of IPE, a supportive funding framework and an IPE based curricula. Nursing education can play a key role in embracing and leading future IPE approaches given that nurses are the numerically dominant health professional group and work collaboratively with other professionals to deliver patient-centred care.; Paul N. Bennett, Lyn Gum, Iris Lindeman, Sharon Lawn, Sue McAllister, Janet Richards, Moira Kelton, Helena Ward

Infusing Diversity Into the Curriculum: What Are Faculty Members Actually Doing?

Parkison, Kathy; Roden, Dianne; Sciame-Giesecke, Susan
Fonte: National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education Publicador: National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education
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This study was intended as an initial investigation to shed light on how faculty members are implementing multicultural course transformation in their classrooms to prepare students to live and work in a diverse world. The authors investigated faculty practice as they integrated diversity into the curriculum on a small, regional college campus by conducting a content analysis of faculty annual reports over a 5-year period. The vast majority (90%) of faculty included comments about adding diversity course content, just under half (49%) included descriptions of different teaching strategies, and a minority talked about better understanding their students (18%) or themselves (16%). This article concludes with a discussion of the findings’ implications and outlines recommendations for change.

Experience-Based Insights Precede SoTL in Faculty

Allern, Marit; Vederhus, Lillian
Fonte: International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Publicador: International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
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Identifying indicators and domains of scholarship requires thorough empirical and theoretical explorations. The importance of within-faculty propositions and consensus on indicators has been addressed in order to enhance scholarship, promote teaching portfolios, and ensure discipline-specific knowledge to enrich general models. We found that faculty, when asked to individually propose statements on scholarship of teaching in the first phase of this modified Delphi-study on consensus-formation in SoTL, suggested statements that could be qualitatively structured into five areas. From the second phase, there was a strong tendency toward consensus within faculty on statements they considered to be good indicators of SoTL. Statements with lower agreement had higher dispersion, indicating more specific than general qualities.

Deans’ Panel: Faculty Success at NPS: Research and Scholarship [video]

Naval Postgraduate School
Fonte: Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School. Publicador: Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School.
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Deans’ Panel: Faculty Success at NPS: Research and Scholarship, FY12 Compass Seminar For New Faculty

Gilbert and Sullivan Society Invitation from the Women's Faculty Club, Rice Institute

Milligan, Esther P.
Fonte: Rice University Publicador: Rice University
Tipo: invitations; Text
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Invitation to a dinner buffet from the Faculty Women's and Men's Club featuring a singing performance from the Gilbert and Sullivan Society. The date of the event is mentioned, along with the per plate price and the location of Cohen House. The invitation is from Esther P. Milligan, Secretary of the Faculty Women’s Club, and is dated February 2, 1953. The date also appears in handwritten form in the upper left hand corner. A heart design appears at the beginning of the textual invitation. Original resource is a paper document.; In 1951, a small group of Rice Institute faculty and their wives started the Gilbert and Sullivan Society. Using the resources and talent of the university, the group staged productions of Gilbert and Sullivan’s greatest plays. Performances not only took place at Hamman Hall and Cohen House, but also at the Kinkaid School and local churches.

Rice Institute first commencement, Dr. Edgar Odell Lovett with several students and faculty

Fonte: Rice University Publicador: Rice University
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Black and white photograph of Dr. Edgar Odell Lovett with several students and faculty during Rice Institute's first commencement. Pictured Left to right: Dr. Stockton Axson, Prof. of English Literature; Dr. Griffith C. Evans, Prof. of Mathematics; Ed. M. Dupree, first boy to register; Dr. Edgar Odell Lovett, Rice Institute President; Ms. Hattie Lel Red, first girl to register and graduate.

Rice Institute faculty organization notes by Edgar Odell Lovett on World Tour

Fonte: Rice University Publicador: Rice University
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Edgar Odell Lovett’s handwritten note of Rice Institute's faculty organization, listing different subjects under the headings of ‘Faculty of Sciences’ and ‘Faculty of Letters’. Written by Edgar Odell Lovett while he was on a World Tour. Original resource is a handwritten page.

Dr. James H. Chillman, Jr., seated outside Faculty Club, Rice Institute

Fonte: Rice University Publicador: Rice University
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Black and white photograph of Professor James H. Chillman, of William M. Rice Institute's Departments of Architecture and Fine Arts, on the outside patio of the Faculty Club (Cohen House) at the Rice Institute. He is seated on the edge of a mosaic fountain. Behind him can be seen a folding deck chair, a portion of the wall enclosing the patio, and a wrought iron gate, which is standing open.; The Faculty Club later became known as the Cohen House.

Health problems awareness during travel among faculty members of a large university in Latin America: preliminary report

Tome,Ana Cristina Nakamura; Canello,Thaís Brandi; Luna,Expedito José de Albuquerque; Andrade Junior,Heitor Franco de
Fonte: Instituto de Medicina Tropical Publicador: Instituto de Medicina Tropical
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Health safety during trips is based on previous counseling, vaccination and prevention of infections, previous diseases or specific problems related to the destination. Our aim was to assess two aspects, incidence of health problems related to travel and the traveler's awareness of health safety. To this end we phone-interviewed faculty members of a large public University, randomly selected from humanities, engineering and health schools. Out of 520 attempts, we were able to contact 67 (12.9%) and 46 (68.6%) agreed to participate in the study. There was a large male proportion (37/44, 84.1%), mature adults mostly in their forties and fifties (32/44, 72.7%), all of them with higher education, as you would expect of faculty members. Most described themselves as being sedentary or as taking occasional exercise, with only 15.9% (7/44) taking regular exercise. Preexisting diseases were reported by 15 travelers. Most trips lasted usually one week or less. Duration of the travel was related to the destination, with (12h) or longer trips being taken by 68.2% (30/44) of travelers, and the others taking shorter (3h) domestic trips. Most travelling was made by air (41/44) and only 31.8% (14/44) of the trips were motivated by leisure. Field research trips were not reported. Specific health counseling previous to travel was reported only by two (4.5%). Twenty seven of them (61.4%) reported updated immunization...

APRENDIZADO BASEADO EM PROBLEMAS NA FACULDADE DE MEDICINA DE RIBEIRÃO PRETO? ESTIMANDO OS FATORES FÁVORÁVEIS E OS CONTRÁRIOS; PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING AT THE RIBEIRÃO PRETO FACULTY OF MEDICINE? WEIGHING THE PROS AND CONS

Moriearty, Pamela L.
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Medicina de Ribeirão Preto Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Medicina de Ribeirão Preto
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As vantagens potenciais e os possíveis inconvenientes da introdução do Método de Aprendizado Baseado em Problemas ao currículo do Curso Médico da Faculdade de Medicina de Ribeirão Preto são analisados levando em consideração diferentes aspectos como a maturidade dos estudantes, a sobrecarga ao corpo docente, a necessidade de adaptações da área física, a infra-estrutura de obtenção de informações bibliográficas e as expectativas dos graduandos. A autora conclui que as principais dificuldades estão ligadas ao esforço e ao custo despendidos em modificar as facilidades relacionadas à obtenção de informações, ao treinamento de docentes e ao preparo de problemas escritos, envolvendo situações de pacientes. Se estas dificuldades forem superadas, os estudantes poderiam auferir benefícios desta adaptação curricular. Esta hipótese poderia ser testada por meio da introdução do Método de Aprendizado Baseado em Problemas em segmentos específicos do currículo, seguida do cuidadoso acompanhamento dos resultados.; The potential advantages and drawbacks of introduction of problem-based learning (PBL) to the medical curriculum at the Ribeirão Preto Faculty of Medicine are analyzed, considering such aspects as student maturity faculty burdens physical plant adaptations information retrieval infrastructure and expectations of graduates The author concludes that constraints derive from the work and cost involved in altering ease of information retrieval training faculty and preparing written patient problems If these constraints were met students might benefit from such a curricular adaptation. The hypothesis could be tested by introducing PBL into specified segments of the curriculum and carefully monitoring the results.

Preocupação com problemas de saúde durante viagens em professores de uma grande universidade na América Latina: descrição preliminar; Health problems awareness during travel among faculty members of a large university in Latin America: preliminary report

Tome, Ana Cristina Nakamura; Canello, Thaís Brandi; Luna, Expedito José de Albuquerque; Andrade Junior, Heitor Franco de
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Instituto de Medicina Tropical de São Paulo Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Instituto de Medicina Tropical de São Paulo
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; ; Formato: application/pdf
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A segurança sanitária em viagens é baseada no aconselhamento, vacinação e orientação do viajante para a prevenção de doenças em viagens, genéricas ou específicas de seu destino. Visando avaliar a preocupação, providências preventivas e problemas relativos à saúde e à prevenção de doenças, entrevistamos professores universitários de uma grande universidade pública, distribuídos aleatoriamente entre as áreas de Exatas, Humanidades e da Saúde, selecionados por interesse e por relato de problemas de saúde em viagens no ano antecedente à pesquisa. Após amostragem e sorteio, foram tentadas 520 entrevistas por telefone, sendo encontrados 67 (12,9%) docentes e 46 (68,6%) concordaram com a entrevista, sendo que dois foram excluídos por ausência de viagem no ultimo ano. Esta amostragem tinha predominância de homens (37/44, 84,1%), entre os 40 e 50 anos de idade (32/44, 72,7%) todos com educação superior como esperado. A maioria era sedentária ou referia exercício ocasional, com apenas 15,9% (7/44) informando exercício regular. Doenças pré-existentes foram referidas por 15 viajantes. A maioria das viagens durou uma semana ou menos no destino. A duração da viagem estava relacionada ao destino sendo que viagens com mais de 12 h eram sempre relacionadas a destinos no exterior...

The history of the Faculty of Theology at the University of Pretoria: A Dutch Reformed perspective 1938-2008

van der Merwe,Johan M.; Vos,Cas J.A.
Fonte: Verbum et Ecclesia Publicador: Verbum et Ecclesia
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In 1938 the Faculty of Theology Section B was established at the University of Pretoria, which could be likened to a small fountain. As the fountain flowed through the decades of history, it grew and became a river that made a huge impact on the university, the Church and society. The aim of this article, coinciding with the centenary of the University of Pretoria, is to focus on the positive contribution of the Faculty of Theology towards university, church and society. Like any river it went through different stages. There were times of peace and tranquillity, but also times of raging rapids. At certain stages of growth and development both lecturers and students made a huge impact, playing leading roles in Church and society, clearly voicing the call of the Church. The voice of the Faculty was not always welcome and was at times met by strong reaction, which was possibly one of the reasons for the murder of Prof. J.A. Heyns. In 2000 a new era dawned when the stream that became a river was joined by streams of different denominations. This made the river even stronger, with much more impact. This article tells the story of the origin, growth and struggle of the Dutch Reformed Church at the Faculty of Theology at the University of Pretoria from 1938 to 2008.