Join us at the AOE/FDI Symposium
Webinars series exclusively for educators, offering an introduction to AHIMA’s academic services and resources, teaching tips, and current information on the HIM profession.
March 29: Building Partnerships for a Stronger HIM Community
April 25: HIM Reimagined Update
May 16: Coding with Mobile Apps
For those unable to attend, recordings are available in CourseShare.
Faculty development courses for HIM instructors or those considering a transition to HIM teaching.
Look for HIM Faculty Development Program Courses in the AHIMA Store. Announcements regarding course dates and enrollment will be published in the Assembly on Education Engage Community.
This 10-week course is intended for new and transitioning educators.
Content areas include:
Learn about valuable student and educator resources offered by AHIMA and the AHIMA Foundation.
This 10-week course is intended for any instructor or practitioner transitioning to academia.
Content areas include:
This course focuses on engaging online learners through course design best practices. Participants will be introduced to a number of technology tools and resources to support active student participation.
HIM Faculty Mentor Badges recognize faculty members who have contributed to peer-learning experiences through faculty development program courses. Mentors can earn the associated mentor badge for the course in which they mentored.
Are you an experienced faculty member with knowledge and expertise in HIM teaching who is willing to contribute to development of new faculty development program courses? Please contact Christi Lower for additional information regarding these short-term task groups and topics.
These in-person meetings, exclusively for educators (full-time, part-time and adjunct) are intended to share content knowledge and instructional delivery strategies to assist programs in meeting the 2014 curriculum requirements, while providing a forum for professional networking.
Day One will focus on VLab instructor resources, application capabilities and integrating VLab into your curriculum from start to finish!
Attendees will learn about AHIMA VLab applications specific to the following curriculum content and applications:
Faculty will learn about available activities and instructional functions grouped according to content specific applications within the AHIMA VLab. In addition, educators will learn to design hands on application experiences to support student learning beyond the VLab designed activities.
Day Two will focus on data analysis and health informatics. The presented content will teach you how data analytics is practically applied in the HIM workforce and will introduce ways to develop student-learning opportunities to meet the 2014 Curricula Competencies in your program. Health informatics and data analytics are strategic priorities for AHIMA.
This requires HIM faculty to have the knowledge and skills to incorporate content and exercises into coursework to advance student competencies in these areas. This program offers HIM faculty that teach at associate, baccalaureate, or graduate levels to engage in an interactive, experiential learning opportunity to explore methods and approaches to advance curriculum around health informatics and data analytics. Attendees will interact with technology and healthcare data in a team-based approach to solve relevant problems facing healthcare today.
One Day: $140 for members, $150 for nonmembers
Both Days: $250 for members, $275 for nonmembers
Registration is open for the following dates:
The College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, MN
McDowell Technical Community College, Marion, NC
Lanier Technical College, Cumming, GA
Ivy Tech Community College, Fort Wayne, IN
Nathan P. Taylor
MPH, MS, CHDA, CPHIMS
MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA