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Our Professional Development unit offers a number of programs to help meet the ongoing professional development needs of our faculty. Programs are developed in consultation with our Professional Development Advisory Committee and TEACH (Teaching Excellence Academy for Collaborative Healthcare) Faculty Development subcommittee and include presentations, workshops, online modules and other types of learning activities. Program content focuses on the needs of each specific audience and upon the needs of our institution as a whole. 

 

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On the side menu, you will find many of our professional development sessions on video. We encourage you to attend in person, but knowing how full schedules can be, this is an alternative that may be of benefit in your continuing professional development endeavors.

Of note: As of January 2019, we are offering CME credit to our videos that have a CME post-viewing evaluation form link. There is NO CME credit for videos that have no link to the post-session evaluation form. For credit related to teaching, all sessions except the Research Series and Current Topics in Health Care count toward your annual requirement. (A link to Digital Measures has been provided under each program.)

 

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Opioid Training Opportunity from Project ECHO Virtual Grand Rounds: Medications for Opioid Use Disorders: Prescribing Best Practices

Presenters:
David W. Hartman, M.D., Carilion Clinic Psychiatrist, Certified-Addiction Medicine, Waiver for Buprenorphine
Cheri W. Hartman, Ph.D., Administrator, Carilion Clinic Psychiatry’s Roanoke Office-based Opioid Treatment Program


Objectives:
Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:

  1. Compare and contrast buprenorphine, methadone, and naltrexone regarding neurochemical properties
  2. Describe each medication in the context of opioid disorder treatment goals and its clinical relevance
  3. Identify treatment considerations for special populations (e.g., pregnant women).

Video click here

(CME credit is NO LONGER available for this video)

 

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Our Current Topics series reflects a variety of ideas and developments in health care that are of current interest to our physicians. These sessions are intended to address “hot topics” or cutting-edge issues currently prominent in health care. Current Topics sessions are generally presented by our internal staff educators, but there are times at which external educators are invited to share their expertise on a special topic as needed. While the sessions are created with the physician audience in mind, all interested health professions staff are invited to attend sessions which are topically relevant to their roles and/or interests.

Online CME credit is available for any video that has a CME post-viewing evaluation form link. If it has no link to the post-session evaluation form, there is NO CME credit for that video.

Click here for videos and PowerPoint presentations of previous Current Topics in Health Care sessions.

For more information, contact ocpd@carilionclinic.org.

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Do you:

  • Currently do research?
  • Want to do research?
  • Mentor research projects?
  • Want to learn more about research?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you should participate in the research curriculum series!

In conjunction with the Research and Development department at Carilion Clinic, a research curriculum was designed to begin in 2019 to model the essentials on how to design and conduct research at Carilion Clinic. From navigating the Carilion system to choosing your statistical method these sessions are designed to provide basic education in navigating through a research project. 2021 Research Schedule

Online CME credit is available for any video that has a CME post-viewing evaluation form link. If it has no link to the post-session evaluation form, there is NO CME credit for that video.

Click here for videos and PowerPoint presentations of previous Research Sessions.

For more information, contact ocpd@carilionclinic.org.

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An extension of Professional Development, TEACH promotes learning excellence at Carilion Clinic, the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine, the Fralin Biomedical Research Center at VTC and Radford University Carilion (formerly Jefferson College of Health Sciences) by creating a community of educators and fostering their development as teachers, learners and education researchers. Below are links to the TEACH website that house the programs that fall under TEACH because of their relationship to teaching.

For credit toward your annual requirement for faculty development related to teaching, viewing any of these videos can be added Digital Measures by clicking here.

For CME credit for continuing professional development, beginning 2019, any video below that has a CME post-viewing evaluation form link available for completion is accredited for such credit. If the video has no link to the post-session evaluation form, there is NO CME credit for that video.

Education Grand Rounds

Health Professions Educator Series

GME Program Director Series

For more information, contact ocpd@carilionclinic.org.

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Welcome to Leaders Digest, a leadership video series brought to you by the Office of Continuing Professional Development. It is the intention of this monthly video series to help keep all physician leaders and their administrative dyad partners within Carilion Clinic updated on leadership topics that will be of interest to all of us, and in the process, also introduce you to some of those who are helping to lead these efforts. These videos are intended to be approximately 15 minutes in length, succinctly informative; and provide you with an understanding as to how your work as a leader connects to these particular areas of focus. 

September 2019 Evolving Health Care Landscape and Impact on Financial Performance Management, by Don Halliwill, CFO, and Chuck Sawyers, VP Finance Click here to view the video!

July 2019 Employee Benefits, by Heather Shepardson, VP, Human Resources Click here to view the video!

April 2019 VTCSOM Appointment and Promotion Process, by Dr. David Musick, Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs at VTCSOM Click here to view the video!

March 2019 Clinical Advancement and Patient Safety update, by Dr. Jon Gleason, Chief Quality Officer Click here to view the video!

February 2019 Scorecard Guidance for Optimizing Your Group's Scorecard Performance, by Darren Eversole, Director of Financial Services/Scorecard Click here to view the video!

January 2019 Value-Based Care Work Here at Carilion Clinic, by Dr. Michael Jeremiah, Chair of Community and Family Medicine Click here to view the video! 

For more information, contact ocpd@carilionclinic.org.

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Our office also offers Professional Development “on Demand” activities, in which we work with individual departments to bring professional development opportunities to you. If you are interested in learning more about these offerings, please contact us at ocpd@carilionclinic.org or visit us here.

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The FREE newsletter focuses each month on some aspect of faculty development, including tips, resources and various opportunities designed to support faculty success. Click here to review current and previous issues.

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We'd love to hear from you! If you have any questions, suggestions, comments, advice or thoughts, or you just want to share something with us, please contact us!

Office of Continuing Professional Development and TEACH 15 Old Woods Ave. Roanoke, VA 24016 540-855-6862 OCPD@cariionclinic.org

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