The Research Academy is designed to help faculty further develop and improve their skills in conducting research and writing grants. The Academy supports faculty who are teaching evidence-based practice, or are new to academia, by exposing them to activities and resources that are currently available. Through innovative online teaching and learning opportunities as well as workshops and web-based resources, the Research Academy offers several different resources to enhance skills.
To enable faculty members to further develop their skills in evaluating and conducting research, as well as to participate in grant-related activities.
Both courses offer faculty members the tools for teaching evidence-based content, exposing them to various methodologies as well as preparing them for grant submissions.
Robert McCalla, MSL
Professional Development Manager
Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences
This track will help faculty who are teaching clinical content to gain skills and enhance appreciation of evidence-based practice resources and strategies to implement and teach evidence-based practice in their respective disciplines. Learning module topics include appraising evidence and incorporating evidence-based practice into clinical course teaching.