Developing and implementing interprofessional faculty development programming at academic medical centers: Identifying strengths, barriers, and opportunities

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Submitted by National Center... on Dec 12, 2016 - 9:02am CST

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Webinar

Strategic planning, typically used in business settings, can also be useful in developing and implementing interprofessional faculty development programming. Using the SWOT analysis, a strategic planning technique, educational leaders can identify the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats to interprofessional faculty development at their medical centers and plan innovative programing to address this need.  

Objectives:

  • Define, describe, and use the SWOT analysis to develop and implement interprofessional faculty development programing at their institution. 
  • Create an action plan for interprofessional faculty development initiatives at their medical centers.  
  • Understand how one large Academic Medical Center applied the SWOT Analysis to develop two successful, innovative interprofessional faculty development programs.  
Author(s): 
David Topor, Ph. D, MS-HPEd
Andrew Budson, MD
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