2018-2019 - PFD Academic Pathways Events (calendar view):
or click here to view a listing of all PFD events offered
To select and register for the sessions you wish to attend, click Register Online. If you have difficulty in registering, please contact: Elda DiCroce firstname.lastname@example.org
Waterloo Regional Campus events:
Catherine Tong, Coordinator, Faculty Development - WRC
Tel: 519-885-5426 email@example.com
Ms. Jennifer Tran, Community Engagement & Development Officer | Faculty Appointment - WRC
Tel: 519-885-5426, x. 21102 firstname.lastname@example.org
Niagara Regional Campus events:
Faculty Development Sessions
Dr. Anjali Kundi, Coordinator, Faculty Development - NRC
Tel: 905-378-5717, x. 16425 email@example.com
Ms. Devon Ainslie, Communications Assistant
Tel: 905-378-5717, x. 6425
CASCaDe (Continuing Academic and Scholarly Career Development) events:
Conducting world-renowned health professions education scholarship is a core goal of MERIT. The second goals of MERIT speaks to growing a community of practice. Their aim is to engage faculty from across Health Sciences who are involved in education scholarship.
Are you interested in improving an aspect of
your teaching? You are eligible to also register for the seminars and
workshops offered through MacPherson's Educator Enhancement Program.
2018/19 Educator Enhancement Program brochure
Are you having trouble finding time for professional development? In partnership with UGotClass, a division of LERN, McMaster University Continuing Education now offers Professional Development Online courses. Participants in these non-credit, instructor-led courses will have the opportunity to engage in readings, view online presentations of content, take self-quizzes, and share in group discussion.
Full list of Programs
Workshops offered by the McMaster Health Sciences Library (HSL)
Past PFD Sessions
PFD Pathways Offerings (2017-2018)
PFD Pathways Offerings (2017) revised Apr. 3, 2017
PFD Pathways Offerings (2016 - 2017)
SAVE THE DATE !
Wed., May 8, 2019 - Join us @ the David Braley Health Sciences Centre (downtown)
Theme -- The Human Brain: Discovery, Transformation and Resilience
NOTE: held yearly on the
2nd Wednesday in May
Location: David Braley Health Sciences Ctre, 100 Main St. W., Ham., ON (2nd floor)
Wed., May 8, 2019
11:45 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (approx.)
A day of networking with colleagues, poster session on education innovations, oral presentations, mini-workshops, and guest lecture — Henry and Sylvia WONG Forum in Medicine.
NOTE: held yearly on the 2nd Wednesday in May as part of the Annual DAY in FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
Location: David Braley Health Sciences Ctre, 100 Main St. W., Ham., ON (2nd floor) -
Wed., May 8, 2019
4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Reception to follow
Dr. Rosemary Bagot, McGill University