Our first group of faculty to participate in the E-Learning Program included faculty from the College of Medicine, College of Nursing, College of Pharmacy, College of Public Health, McGoogan Health Sciences Library and College of Allied Health Professions. View the Innovators in Education 2014 booklet to see a description of the projects.
Sara Bares, MD & Uriel Sandkovsky, MD
Clinical Management of HIV Infection: A Flipped Classroom Model Incorporating Web-Based Modules and Active-Learning Case Exercises
Joseph Driewer, PhD
Particle Toss, the Physics of Radiation Interactions with Matter
Charity H. Evans, MD, MS
James Harper, MD
Hemostasis Learning Center
Paul D. Larsen, MD
Pathophysiology of Headache
Subodh M. Lele, MD
Diagnosis of Renal Neoplasms
Jyoti Mahapatra, MD
Introduction to the Trauma Patient
Jim McClay, MD
Introduction to Biomedical Informatics
James O'Dell, MD
Gout the Game: Driving to Better Understanding and Management
Christopher J. Smith, MD, & David Gannon, MD
Bedside Procedure E-Module Series
Ryan Splittgerber, PhD, & Carrie Elzie, PhD
CALM: Clinical Anatomy Learning Modules
Teresa Barry Hultquist, RN, PhD, A.P.RN-C.N.S.
Employee Satisfaction: A Leader's Challenge
Sara Brown, EdD, RN
Promoting Partnerships Through Community Engagement
Connie Miller, PhD, RN
Invasive Pressure Monitoring: Arterial and Intracranial
Ally Dering-Anderson, PharMD, R.P.
OTC Products for Insomnia, Urinary Incontinence, Cough & Cold
A Study of the Pedagogy of Video Learning
Denise H. Britigan, PhD, M.A., C.H.E.S.
Health Literacy and Communication for Health Professionals (Online Course and Coursera MOOC)
Kendra Schmid, PhD
Heather L. Brown, M.A., & Alissa V. Fial, M.A., M.L.I.S.
Searching the Library for Evidence
Maheswari Mukherjee, PhD, MS, C.T. (A.S.C.P.)CM
Fine Needle Aspiration Technique