The Role of Organizational Context in the Creation and Sustainability of Dental Faculty Development Initiatives.

Abstract:

:Dental faculty development programs exist for a variety of reasons: to improve teaching skills, develop and reinforce relationships among colleagues and mentors, foster career development, and support curricular initiatives and institutional priorities. These activities impact individual faculty members as well as the institutions in which they work. Each institution has a distinct culture that should be acknowledged and understood alongside conventional outcome measures. As such, this article provides an expanded view of faculty development programming, associated educational activities, and related organizational changes at the College of Dentistry, New York University (NYU) since 2005. Contextual factors include the existence of an Office of Professional Development established in 1999, an Academy of Distinguished Educators founded in 2010, and other programs for present and future educators that support the college's educational mission. Outcomes include a comparison study of one program, the creation of new courses, the sustainability and expansion of existing programs, participants' retention rate, and an increase in awards and other educational accomplishments such as publication of abstracts, oral presentations, and related activities by NYU faculty at national forums in dental education.

journal_name

J Dent Educ

authors

McAndrew M,Motwaly SM,Kamens TE

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2015-11-01 00:00:00

pages

1339-48

issue

11

eissn

0022-0337

issn

1930-7837

pii

79/11/1339

journal_volume

79

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