Faculty development program models to advance teaching and learning within health science programs.

@article{Lancaster2014FacultyDP,
  title={Faculty development program models to advance teaching and learning within health science programs.},
  author={Jason W. Lancaster and Susan M. Stein and Linda Garrelts Maclean and Jenny A Van Amburgh and Adam M. Persky},
  journal={American journal of pharmaceutical education},
  year={2014},
  volume={78 5},
  pages={
          99
        }
}
Within health science programs there has been a call for more faculty development, particularly for teaching and learning. The primary objectives of this review were to describe the current landscape for faculty development programs for teaching and learning and make recommendations for the implementation of new faculty development programs. A thorough search of the pertinent health science databases was conducted, including the Education Resource Information Center (ERIC), MEDLINE, and EMBASE… CONTINUE READING

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