CCPH 2003 Advanced Level Service-Learning Institute
WHAT: CCPH 2003 Advanced Level Service-Learning Institute
THEME: “Service-Learning in the Health Professions: Fostering Leadership for Service-Learning Sustainability”
DATE AND LOCATION: February 1 – 4, 2003 in San Jose, California
APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 2, 2002
FOR MORE INFORMATION: The institute application is now available on our website at http://futurehealth.ucsf.edu/ccph/servicelearning.html#advsl or by
calling our fax-on-demand service at 1-888-267-9182 and requesting document #206.
This institute builds upon our introductory level institute and is designed for academic administrators, faculty, staff and community partners who have already implemented service-learning courses or programs. If you have either attended our introductory level institute OR have demonstrated experience with service-learning AND seek to sustain service-learning in your institution or organization, this institute is for you.
During daily, intensive, interactive workshops and small group sessions, participants learn about:
*Understanding and influencing change within health professions schools and community settings;
*Strategies for institutionalizing service-learning into the health professions curriculum;
*Methods for developing a community-based scholarship portfolio for use in faculty promotion and tenure decisions;
*Effective methods for assessing service-learning outcomes for faculty, student, community, and institutional stakeholders;
*The core leadership skills and competencies needed to sustain service-learning partnerships;
*Models of faculty and staff development for implementation at home institutions/organizations.
Piper Krauel, Program Director
Community-Campus Partnerships for Health
3333 California Street, Suite 410
San Francisco, CA 94118
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