Assistant Professor / Director of Hybrid Clinical Education :FF245A
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The Assistant Professor / Director of Hybrid Clinical Education (DHCE) reports directly to the Director of Clinical Education(DCE) with oversight from the Program Director and Department Chair. The primary responsibility will be oversight of clinical education within the Hybrid DPT Program while interfacing with the Residential Program. The Hybrid DPT Program occurs in parallel with the residential program following the same curriculum but with different delivery methods. The DHCE functions as part of the department leadership team (Chair, Program Director, Hybrid Program Director, Director of Clinical Education and Director of Hybrid Clinical Education) to achieve the goals of the department, college and University, subject to University policy and direction from the Department Chair.
- Primary responsibility will be oversight of clinical education courses within the curriculum with emphasis on the hybrid components.
- Working closely with the Director of Clinical Education, help to expand the existing residential Doctor of Physical Therapy Program clinical curriculum that maintains the standards, quality, and expectations of the residential program.
- Interface with corporate partner, 2U Inc., to execute the clinical education program's expansion and implementation for the hybrid components.
- Collaborate with the Director of Clinical Education to ensure consistent standards for faculty and students between the two programs.
- Oversee recruitment and assessment of clinical education sites for consistency of experiences between the two programs.
- Collaborate with Director of Clinical Education to oversee development and implementation of clinical faculty training and support programs related to clinical education.
- Monitor effectiveness of the Hybrid DPT clinical education program through collaboration with Hybrid DPT Program Director, DPT Program Director, and Director of Clinical Education.
- Assess student performance within both programs in conjunction with the Director of Clinical Education.
- Assist in the assembly of data and other information about the Hybrid DPT Program for various reports both internal and external.
- Represent the Hybrid DPT Program clinical education at public events.
- Perform other duties and accept other responsibilities as directed by the Department Chair.
- DPT degree
- Working knowledge of Clinical Education process
- Experience as a site SCCE or DCE preferred
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