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CARDIOVASCULAR AND CRITICAL CARE

Title Program to Enhance Relational & Communication Skills (PERCS): Cardiovascular and Critical Care
Description PERCS: Cardiovascular and Critical Care is the original course developed by the Institute.  Each day-long workshop offers interdisciplinary participants the opportunity to learn about helpful communication skills and relational abilities when having difficult conversations in the pediatric and cardiovascular critical care units.  Each workshop offers didactic presentations, realistic enactments with professional actors, videotape feedback and debriefing, and group discussion.  Each workshop emphasizes the importance of the patient and family perspectives through the use of videotaped family interviews and actors as patient and parent ethical understudies.  Participants are encouraged to reflect on their personal and professional experience, and how that can influence their approach to difficult conversations with patients and families.*This course is offered based on a three-year rotating curriculum that includes versions of workshops focusing on: (1) Pediatric End of Life; (2) Children with Special Healthcare Needs; and (3) Communicating about Adverse Events Within a Culture of Safety.
Course Director Robert J. Graham, MD at robert.graham@childrens.harvard.edu
Participants / Size Interdisciplinary participants working in the fields of pediatric and cardiovascular critical care at any level of experience are welcome to enroll including but not limited to:

  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Social workers
  • Psychologists
  • Chaplains
  • Medical Interpreters
  • Administrators

Workshop enrollment size: 15-25 participants

Format / Time Day-long workshop from 8:30am-3:30pm. Syllabus, handouts, and teaching resources will be provided.
Faculty Workshops are facilitated by Institute Leadership and Faculty Associates.
Cost To be funded by participant’s institution, department or self-pay. Please contact IPEP for further information.
Continuing Education Credit per Workshop Continuing education credits are available for this program. Please contact IPEP for further information.
Scheduled
Workshops
  • Tuesday, January 31, 2017
  • Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Registration Please register online here.
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CHALLENGING CONVERSATIONS WITH SURGICAL PATIENTS AND FAMILIES

Title Challenging Conversations with Surgical Patients and Families: Opportunities to Improve Quality of Care
Description Studies show that clinicians feel unprepared and lack confidence in communication skills, particularly advanced communication skills such as speaking with children about serious illness, giving bad news, dealing with the “difficult” patient/parent and understanding patients’ perspectives.  Other studies have reported that poor communication was the most commonly cited source of conflict between care teams and families.  Clinicians on the inpatient surgical units are routinely faced with challenging situations that require astute communication skills.  Each half-day workshop brings together interdisciplinary professionals across experience levels to engage in a day of learning that focuses on the unique communication and relational skills needs of patients and their families in surgical settings.  Each workshop offers didactic presentations, realistic enactments with professional actors and group discussion.  Participants are encouraged to reflect on their personal and professional experience, and how that can influence their approach to difficult conversations with patients and families.
Participants / Size Interdisciplinary participants working in the field of surgery at any level of experience are invited to enroll including but not limited to:

  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Social workers
  • Psychologists
  • Chaplains
  • Medical Interpreters

Workshop enrollment size: 15-25 participants

Format / Time Half-day workshops from 8:00am-12:00pm and from 1:00pm-5:00pm. Syllabus, handouts, and teaching resources will be provided.
Faculty Workshops are facilitated by Institute Leadership and Faculty Associates.
Cost Please contact IPEP for further information.
Continuing Education Credit per Workshop No continuing education credits are currently available for this course.
Scheduled
Workshops
No dates are currently scheduled.
Registration Please contact IPEP for further information.

 

DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS FOR RESIDENTS

Title Difficult Conversations for Residents
Description This course offers residents the opportunity to learn about helpful communication skills and relational abilities when having difficult conversations with patients and families.  Each workshop offers didactic presentations, realistic enactments with professional actors, videotape feedback and debriefing, and group discussion.  Each workshop emphasizes the importance of the patient and family perspectives through the use of videotaped family interviews and actors as patient and parent ethical understudies.  Participants are encouraged to reflect on their personal and professional experience, and how that can influence their approach to difficult conversations with patients and families.
Course
Co- Directors
Director: Elizabeth A. Rider, MSW, MD at elizabeth.rider@childrens.harvard.edu; Co-Director: Robert D. Truog, MD at robert.truog@childrens.harvard.edu
Participants / Size Residents in the Boston Combined Residency Program in Pediatrics at Boston Children’s HospitalWorkshop enrollment size: TBA
Format / Time TBA. Syllabus, handouts, and teaching resources will be provided.
Faculty Workshops are facilitated by Institute Leadership and Faculty Associates.
Cost Please contact IPEP for further information.
Continuing Education Credit per Workshop No continuing education credits are currently available for this course.
Scheduled
Workshops
No dates are currently scheduled.
Registration Please contact IPEP for further information.
Additional Information This course is the main component of the Difficult Conversations for Residents Program, which includes additional learning opportunities.

 

NEUROLOGY

Title Program to Enhance Relational & Communication Skills: Neurology
Description This course uses a case scenario methodology to enhance communication skills by neurology residents in a consultation setting.  The rotating curriculum for this course involves scenarios focused on informing the families of patients about the changing aspects of their child’s neurologic situation and prognosis.  The scenarios portray typical family meetings as a child’s neurologic course progresses.  Each workshop offers didactic presentations, realistic enactments with professional actors, videotape feedback and debriefing, and group discussion.  Videotaping will permit the participants to assess their skills in communicating difficult and often uncertain information, and together seek areas of improvement to benefit their care of patients and families.  Participants are encouraged to reflect on their personal and professional experience, and how that can influence their approach to communicating with patients and families.
Course Director David K. Urion, MD at david.urion@childrens.harvard.edu
Participants / Size Neurology residents & fellows from Boston Children’s Hospital.  Workshop enrollment size: 3-5 participants
Format / Time Day-long workshop from 8:45am-3:15pm. Syllabus, handouts, and teaching resources will be provided.
Faculty Workshops are facilitated by Institute Leadership and Faculty Associates.
Cost Workshops are complimentary for employees of Boston Children’s Hospital.  Made possible by the generous support of the Department of Neurology at BCH.
Continuing Education Credit per Workshop No continuing education credits are currently available for this course.
Scheduled
Workshops
  • Friday, March 10, 2017
  • Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Registration Please register online here.

 

PALLIATIVE CARE CONVERSATIONS ACROSS THE SPECTRUM OF CARE

Title Program to Enhance Relational & Communication Skills: Palliative Care Conversations Across the Spectrum of Care
Description This course was inspired and designed based on the needs for improved interdisciplinary and inter-subspecialty communication identified by the family of Paul Contini, a former patient at Boston Children’s Hospital.  Each day-long workshop brings together interdisciplinary professionals across experience levels to engage in a day of learning that focuses on the unique communication and relational skills needs of young neurologically complex patients and their families.  Each workshop offers didactic presentations, realistic enactments with professional actors, videotape feedback and debriefing, and group discussion.  Each workshop emphasizes the importance of the patient and family perspectives through the use of videotaped family interviews and actors as patient and parent ethical understudies.  Participants are encouraged to reflect on their personal and professional experience, and how that can influence their approach to difficult conversations with patients and families.
Participants / Size Interdisciplinary participants working in the fields of neonatology, neurology, neurosurgery, and anesthesiology at any level of experience are welcome to enroll including but not limited to:

  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Social workers
  • Psychologists
  • Chaplains
  • Medical Interpreters

Workshop enrollment size: 15-25 participants

Format / Time Day-long workshop from 8:30am-3:00pm. Syllabus, handouts, and teaching resources will be provided.
Faculty Richard Goldstein, MD

Shih-Ning Liaw, MD

Dave Browning, MSW, LICSW

Cost Workshops are complimentary for Boston Children’s Hospital employees. Made possible by the generous support of the Paul G. Contini Palliative Care Education Fund.
Continuing Education Credit per Workshop 5.25 Nursing continuing education credits are available for this program. Please contact IPEP for further information.
Scheduled
Workshops
  • Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Registration Please register online here.

 

SUPPORTING FAMILIES AT THE BEDSIDE

Title Program to Enhance Relational & Communication Skills (PERCS): Supporting Families at the Bedside
Description This interdisciplinary course is designed for Boston Children’s Hospital staff members who are likely to serve in the role of parent liaison during invasive procedures and resuscitation.  Participants will learn about the patient, clinician, and family perspectives relative to parent presence, as well as the range of typical parental responses and associated strategies to provide information and emotional support that can be used to assist parental coping.  Each workshop offers didactic presentation, review of the hospital guidelines on the role of the parent liaison, opportunities for sharing successful strategies and previous professional experiences, realistic enactments with professional actors, videotape feedback and debriefing, and group discussion.  Participants are encouraged to reflect on their personal and professional experience, and how that can influence their approach to best supporting parents.
Participants / Size Interdisciplinary participants who are likely to serve in the capacity of parent liaison during invasive procedures and resuscitation are welcome to enroll including but not limited to:

  • Nurses
  • Physicians
  • Social workers
  • Psychologists
  • Chaplains
  • Child Life Specialists
  • Medical Interpreters

Workshop enrollment size: 10-15 participants

Format / Time Half-day workshop from 8:30am-12:00pm. Syllabus, handouts, and teaching resources will be provided.
Faculty Workshops are facilitated by Institute Leadership and Faculty Associates
Cost Workshops are complimentary for Boston Children’s Hospital employees.  Made possible by the generous support of Cardiovascular and Critical Care Services at BCH.
Continuing Education Credit per Workshop 3.4 Course Director hours of continuing education credit for nurses
Scheduled
Workshops
No dates are currently scheduled.
Registration Please register online here.

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Local and Regional Initiatives

COACHING FOR DISCLOSURE AFTER ADVERSE EVENTS (in association with CRICO/RMF)

Title Coaching for Disclosure after Adverse Events
Description This course was designed in partnership with CRICO-RMF, the malpractice insurer for Harvard healthcare organizations.  Its primary goal is to help organizations develop systems to assure the availability of a cohort of coaches who can provide just-in-time training and support to clinicians on a 24×7 basis, in the aftermath of significant adverse events and medical errors.
Course
Directors
Robert D. Truog, MD at robert.truog@childrens.harvard.edu
Participants / Size Interdisciplinary participants who are likely to serve as coaches in the aftermath of adverse events and medical errors, including but not limited to:

  • Nurses
  • Physicians
  • Social workers
  • Psychologists
  • Chaplains
Format / Time Half-day workshop in morning or afternoon format. Syllabus, handouts, and teaching resources will be provided.
Faculty Workshops are facilitated by Institute Leadership and Faculty Associates.
Cost Please contact IPEP for further information.
Continuing Education Credit per Workshop No continuing education credits are currently available for this course.
Scheduled
Workshops
No dates are currently scheduled.
Registration Registration occurs within participating healthcare organizations.  Please contact IPEP for further information.

 

DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS IN ANESTHESIA
Title Program to Enhance Relational & Communication Skills (PERCS): Difficult Conversations in Anesthesia
Description This course for anesthesiologists offers participants the opportunity to learn about helpful communication skills and relational abilities when having difficult conversations in the anesthesia setting. Each workshop offers didactic presentations, realistic enactments with professional actors, feedback and debriefing, and group discussion.  Participants are encouraged to reflect on their personal and professional experience, and how that can influence their approach to discussions with patients and their families.
Course
Co-Directors
Norma J. Sandrock, MD at nsandroc@bidmc.harvard.edu
David B. Waisel, MD at david.waisel@childrens.harvard.edu
Participants / Size Anesthesiology residents, fellows and attendings at any level of experience are welcome to enroll.Workshop enrollment size: 8-10 participants
Format / Time Half-day workshops from 9:00am-12:30pm and from 1:30pm-5:00pm. Syllabus, handouts, and teaching resources will be provided.
Faculty Workshops are facilitated by Institute Leadership and Faculty Associates.
Cost Cost to be funded by participant’s institution or self-pay at $400/person.
Continuing Education Credit per Workshop No continuing education credits are currently available for this course.
Scheduled
Workshops
No dates are currently scheduled.
Registration Please register online here.

 

DIFFICULT PRENATAL CONVERSATIONS

Title Program to Enhance Relational & Communication Skills (PERCS): Difficult Prenatal Conversations
Description The diagnosis and treatment of pregnancies complicated by congenital fetal disorders involve a range of management alternatives – and shades of clinical uncertainty – that create a profoundly challenging decision-making arena for both physicians and prospective parents, who may face considerable time-related and psychosocial pressures.   Adding to this complexity, the management of high-risk pregnancies now involves many pediatric specialists alongside obstetricians.  These clinicians bring different backgrounds, experiences, and value assumptions to their interactions with the pregnant patients.
Course Director Stephen D. Brown, MD at stephen.brown@childrens.harvard.edu
Participants / Size This project produced a DVD that serves as a springboard for discussion and the education of those who provide counseling to these patients. The film includes conversations between experienced clinicians and trained actors, as well as debriefings of these conversations with these clinicians and other participants who work with this population of patients. The DVD can be used in a range of educational settings to train prenatal healthcare providers to communicate effectively with patients and colleagues in these circumstances, to encourage greater appreciation of differences in approaches, to identify areas of convergence and consensus, and to optimize negotiation where consensus cannot be achieved.
Format / Time TBA
Faculty Workshops are facilitated by Institute Leadership and Faculty Associates.
Cost Please contact IPEP for further information.
Continuing Education Credit per Workshop No continuing education credits are currently available for this course.
Scheduled
Workshops
No dates are currently scheduled.
Registration Please contact IPEP for further information.

 

DONATION AFTER CARDIAC DEATH
Title Difficult Conversations in Healthcare: Donation after Cardiac Death
Description Conversations with families about organ donation are always difficult, in that they almost always involve asking families to think about helping others in the immediate aftermath of a profound loss to themselves.  While organ donation after brain death has been practiced for several decades, organ donation after cardiac death has more recently emerged as a way to meet the need for transplantable organs. Discussions with families about DCD are particularly challenging because this pathway to organ donation involves altering the end-of-life care of the patient in order to maximize the potential for organ donation.  Most notably, under DCD protocols life support is withdrawn in the operating room and the family must be separated from their loved one within moments of the onset of asystole. The goal of these conversations is to inform families of the benefits and potential costs of organ donation and then to help them make the choice that is right for the patient and for them.
Course Director Robert D. Truog, MD at robert.truog@childrens.harvard.edu
Participants / Size Although DCD is anticipated to be a relatively rare event at Boston Children’s Hospital (2-4 cases per year), it is a high-stakes process for everyone involved and needs to be organized with meticulous attention to detail.  We anticipate offering this program as a “live” event (using actors, enactments, and debriefings) once a year, and then we plan to develop a DVD of the training that will be available for use on a “just-in-time” basis.
Format / Time Length of the workshop is TBA. Syllabus, handouts, and teaching resources will be provided.
Faculty Workshops are facilitated by Institute Leadership and Faculty Associates.
Cost Please contact IPEP for further information.
Continuing Education Credit per Workshop No continuing education credits are currently available for this course.
Scheduled
Workshops
No dates are currently scheduled.
Registration Please contact IPEP for further information.

 

NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE
Title Program to Enhance Relational & Communication Skills (PERCS): Difficult Conversations in Neonatal Intensive Care
Description This course offers interdisciplinary participants the opportunity to learn about helpful communication skills and relational abilities when having difficult conversations in the neonatal intensive care setting.  Each day-long workshop offers didactic presentations, realistic enactments with professional actors, videotape feedback and debriefing, and group discussion.  Each workshop emphasizes the importance of the patient and family perspectives through the use of videotaped family interviews and actors as patient and parent ethical understudies.  Participants are encouraged to reflect on their personal and professional experience, and how that can influence their approach to difficult conversations with patients and families.
Course
Director
Anne Hansen, MD, MPH at anne.hansen@childrens.harvard.edu;
Participants / Size Interdisciplinary participants who work in the neonatal intensive care setting at any level of experience are welcome to enroll including but not limited to:

  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Social workers
  • Psychologists
  • Chaplains
  • Medical Interpreters
  • Administrators

Workshop enrollment size: 15-25 participants

Format / Time Day-long workshop from 8:30am-3:00pm. Syllabus, handouts, and teaching resources will be provided.
Faculty Workshops are facilitated by Institute Leadership and Faculty Associates.
Cost Workshops are complimentary for employees of Boston Children’s Hospital and affiliated Harvard teaching hospitals.  Made possible by the generous support of the Division of Newborn Medicine at BCH.  Cost for others to be funded by participant’s institution or self-pay at $495/person.
Continuing Education Credit per Workshop Continuing education credits are available for this program. Please contact IPEP for further information.
Scheduled
Workshops
  • Tuesday, October 4, 2016 (Check back late spring for our Fall 2017 date)
Registration Please register online here.

 

ON BECOMING A SPIRITUAL GENERALIST

Title Program to Enhance Relational & Communication Skills: On Becoming A Spiritual Generalist
Description Clinicians often feel unprepared and lack confidence when recognizing, assessing and responding to the spiritual concerns of patients and their families. Although spiritual care is increasingly considered an integral part of high quality health care, there is mounting evidence that few health care professionals have received adequate preparation in this area. This full-day workshop will introduce clinicians from a range of disciplines and experience levels to the art and basic skills of spiritual care. Participants will learn to: assess patient’s spiritual needs, recognize signs of spiritual distress, identify spiritual talk in both secular and religious language, build a vocabulary to respond to spiritual concerns of both patients and families, become familiar with ethical guidelines for spiritual care, and recognize when to make a referral for more in-depth spiritual care. Each workshop will include focused didactic presentations, opportunities to practice spiritual assessment and care with professional actors in realistic hospital scenarios, followed by group discussion. Participants will be encouraged to reflect on their personal and professional experiences, and how these can influence their development as spiritual care generalists.
Course Director Mary Robinson, MA, MDiv ;  Mary Martha Thiel, MDiv
Participants / Size Interdisciplinary practitioners at any level of experience, of any or no faith, are invited to enroll including but not limited to:

  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Social workers
  • Psychologists
  • Medical Interpreters
  • Child Life Specialists

Workshop enrollment size: 15-25 participants

Format / Time Day-long workshop from 8:00am-3:00pm. Syllabus, handouts, and teaching resources will be provided.
Faculty Workshops are facilitated by Institute Leadership and Faculty Associates.
Cost This workshop is generously funded by the Boston Children’s Hospital David S. Weiner Award for Leadership and Innovation in Child Health and is free for BCH employees. For non-BCH employees, registration fee is $295.
Continuing Education Credit per Workshop Continuing education credits are available for this program. Please contact IPEP for further information.
Scheduled
Workshops
  • Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Registration Please register online here.

 

PEDIATRIC OUTPATIENT CARE – BEHAVIORAL HEALTH  (in association with Children’s Emotional HealthLink)
Title Difficult Conversations in Outpatient Pediatrics: Behavioral Health and the Family
Description Challenging situations frequently occur in outpatient pediatric practice (in both primary care and specialty care), and their resolution may depend upon good relationships and skillful conversations between patients and clinicians.  With more children and adolescents being seen for emotional, behavioral, and psychosocial issues, pediatric practitioners are increasingly required to provide complex and caring interventions for children, adolescents and their families.  This course offers participants the opportunity to learn about helpful communication skills and relationship-centered care useful for challenging conversations in outpatient pediatrics.  Each day-long workshop offers interactive presentations, realistic enactments with professional actors, collaborative learning, values exploration, group discussion and reflection.  We will create a safe environment for learning, and integrate patient and family perspectives in innovative ways.  Participants are encouraged to reflect on their personal and professional experience, and how that can influence their approach to difficult conversations with patients and families.
Course Director Elizabeth A. Rider, MSW, MD at elizabeth.rider@childrens.harvard.edu
Participants / Size Healthcare professionals working in pediatrics with children, adolescents and their families are welcome to enroll, including but not limited to:

  • Pediatricians
  • Medicine-Pediatrics physicians
  • Family physicians
  • Nurse practitioners
  • Social workers
  • Psychologists
  • Fellows

Workshop enrollment size: 15 – 25 participants

Format / Time Day-long course. Syllabus, handouts, and other resources will be provided.
Faculty Workshops are facilitated by Institute and CEHL Faculty experts.
Cost Registration fee: $295 per person ($250 per person for current participants in CEHL’s year-long course)
Continuing Education Credit per Workshop CME (AMA category 1) Risk Management study credits will be provided. Number of credits to be determined.
Scheduled
Workshops
No dates are currently scheduled.
Registration Please register online here.
Additional Information This course is a collaboration between IPEP and Children’s Emotional HealthLink (CEHL). To learn more about their collaboration, please click here.

 

RADIOLOGY

Title Program to Enhance Relational & Communication Skills: Radiology
Description Radiologists face increasing expectations to communicate directly with patients, but few educational opportunities exist to help radiologists feel prepared and confident in their communication skills. PERCS – Radiology is a course that offers radiology physicians (including residents, fellows and attendings), nurses, and technologists the opportunity to learn about helpful communication skills and relational abilities when having difficult conversations with patients about: 1) new, unexpected or difficult diagnoses; 2) radiological errors; and 3) radiation safety.

The day-long workshop combines didactic and educational media presentations with realistic improvised enactments between workshop participants and professional actors. Faculty facilitators include experts in healthcare communication pedagogy.  The learning model emphasizes group collaboration among professionals of varying experiences, perspectives from patient and family representatives, and a safe environment that respects multiple viewpoints.

Visit the course flyer.

Course Director Stephen D. Brown, MD
Participants / Size
  • Radiology training program directors and other practicing radiologists interested in communication and professionalism
  • Radiology residents & fellows
  • Radiologic technologists
  • Radiologic nurses

Workshop enrollment size: 14-25

Format / Time Day-long workshop from 8:45am-3:30pm. Syllabus, handouts, and teaching resources will be provided.
Faculty Workshops are facilitated by Institute Leadership and Faculty Associates .
Cost Registration fee: $350.00

 

Radiology Department at Boston Children’s Hospital:  The course will remain complimentary to members of the Radiology Department at Boston Children’s Hospital, in gratitude and recognition of the department’s long-standing support of this program although spaces may be limited.

An enrollment confirmation and payment details will be emailed to you within 3 business days of receipt of application.  – (Can be funded by participant’s institution or self-pay).

Continuing Education Joint Accreditation

In support of improving patient care, Boston Children’s Hospital is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

Physicians

Boston Children’s Hospital designates this live activity for a maximum of 5.75  AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credits commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Risk Management Credits: This activity is eligible for 2.75 risk management credits as proscribed by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine and defined in 243 CMR 2.06(5)(d) I.

Scheduled
Workshops
Thursday, October 12, 2017
Registration Registration information coming soon.

Note: A minimum of 14 participants is required to run this course.  In the event that the minimum number of participants is not enrolled two weeks prior to a scheduled workshop, we reserve the right to cancel the session.  Should a particular workshop be cancelled, the registration fee will be fully refunded.  Please do not make non-refundable travel arrangements.

For more information contact:  Megan Lamberto

 

SPECIAL CARE AND NEWBORN NURSERIES
Title Program to Enhance Relational & Communication Skills (PERCS): Difficult Conversations in Special Care and Newborn Nurseries
Description This course offers interdisciplinary participants the opportunity to learn about helpful communication skills and relational abilities when having difficult conversations in the special care and newborn nursery settings.  Each workshop offers didactic presentations, realistic enactments with professional actors, videotape feedback and debriefing, and group discussion.  Each workshop emphasizes the importance of the patient and family perspectives through the use of videotaped family interviews and actors as patient and parent ethical understudies.  Participants are encouraged to reflect on their personal and professional experience, and how that can influence their approach to difficult conversations with patients and families.
Course Director Dara Brodsky, MD at dbrodsky@bidmc.harvard.edu
Participants / Size Interdisciplinary participants who work in special care and newborn nursery settings at any level of experience are welcome to enroll including but not limited to:

  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Social workers
  • Psychologists
  • Chaplains
  • Medical Interpreters
  • Administrators

Workshop enrollment size: 10-15 participants

Format / Time Day-long workshop from 8:30am-3:15pm. Syllabus, handouts, and teaching resources will be provided.
Faculty Workshops are facilitated by Institute Leadership and Faculty Associates.
Cost Please contact IPEP for further information.
Continuing Education Credit per Workshop No continuing education credits are currently available for this course.
Scheduled
Workshops
No dates are currently scheduled.
Registration Please contact IPEP for further information.
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