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You are cordially invited to participate in a videoconference meeting of the Florida Consortium of Clinical Educators (FCCE)

1/19/2018
When: Friday, January 19
Start at 1:00 PM
Where: Videoconference - Multiple Locations
United States
Contact: Elsa Drevyn

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Attention Clinical Instructors and CCCEs!

Come join us and share your ideas/views about the clinical education of PTs and PTAs!

The FCCE meets two to three times per year for collaboration between academic coordinators of clinical education (ACCE’s) and clinical coordinators of clinical education (CCCE’s) and/or Clinical Instructors.

We will be offering a two hour continuing education course at this meeting. Please plan to attend for any or all of the meeting, (but note you must be present during the presentation to qualify for the CEHs!).

Schedule:

  • 1:00-1:15 Welcome/Introductions
  • 1:15-2:45 Business Meeting
  • 2:45-3:00 Break (bring your own snack)
  • 3:00-5:00 CEH Presentation: "Critical Reasoning in PT Students".

There is opportunity for everyone to participate as videoconferencing of the meeting is in several locations. Registration is not required; you may attend by visiting the location nearest to you.

The following NSU campuses will serve as host sites and the respective contact person is listed if you have questions related to your particular site. Please visit www.nova.edu/locations/maps/index.html for directions to the following NSU videoconference sites:

Additional non-NSU locations are listed as follows. Please contact the following individuals for directions to meeting locations in these cities:

Why Should I as a CCCE or CI Actively Participate in the FCCE?

Here’s what you get, all for only 3 days a year:

  • Current events in clinical education
    • Continuing education hours for supervising students implemented by FCCE
    • Role in decision making regarding clinical education at a local, state, and national level
    • Opportunity to trouble shoot about clinical education issues
    • Current on pending changes in clinical education at a local, state, and national level
  • Professional development
    • Networking about clinical education issues with colleagues
    • Professional development of and preparedness for your CCCE/CI skills
    • Mentorship available
  • University relations
    • Recruitment of students as future employees
    • Increased visibility of your clinical facility
    • Serve as a liaison between clinical education and your administration
  • Funding available
    • For scholarships and/or research from FCCE
  • Research opportunities
    • Opportunity to participate in clinical education research
  • Efficiency in clinical education
    • Ideas to improve efficiency and productivity using within your clinical education program

“As a result of my participation in the FCCE, I have a very efficient, well run student program and as a result, I have no recruitment issues.”

Jamie Dyson, PT, CCCE, CI at Orlando Regional Medical Center

 

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