UI Health Care has several groups dedicated to developing and delivering professional development opportunities tailored to the careers of health care professionals.

We invite you to take advantage of this resource by using this course calendar. Each entry will give you specific details on course content and how to enroll.

Please seek supervisor support prior to registering.

Faculty Workshops: Faculty Financial Boot Camp, Part 1 (Carver College of Medicine)

3-Session - Faculty Financial Boot Camp  (for CCOM Faculty) A three session series meant to hep you understand institutional, collegiate and department finances.  Please register via email to Denise Jurca at denise-jurca@uiowa.edu.  Sponsored by the CCOM Office of Faculty Affairs and Development. March 15: The Basics Tom Reitz, PhD, Professor of Finance, Tippie College of Business Net Present Value of Money Return on Investment (ROI) Excel Basics Note: This session will be best explained if you bring a laptop.    March 29: Applying Session 1 Principles This session will show the application of principles learned in Session 1 to real world examples at the Executive level. Jason Haddy, MBA, Assistant Vice President for Finance John Stark, MBA, Interim Chief Operating Officer, University of Iowa Physicians   April 12: Proposals, Daily Operations & more This session will explore what department heads and administrators look for in a proposal, daily operations, etc. Janet Fairley, MD, Chair and DEO , Department of Dermatology Cynthia Wong, MD, Chair and DEO, Department of Anesthesia Chris Laubenthal, MBA, Clinical Department Administrator, Department of Internal Medicine   At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:  Understand foundational principles of finance that are key elements in business decisions: The time value of money How to consider risk in evaluating investments Basic spreadsheet functionality Basic accounting concepts accrual vs cash accounting income statement structure the importance of the balance sheet Use these tools to consider multiple investment decisions in a team experience Translate these principles into practice using the organizational environment at the University of Iowa  

Skills for Educators Workshop: Scholarship & Research

In this workshop, you will learn how to conduct research related to medical education questions and innovations. Objectives: · Define educational scholarship · Describe how to formulate an educational research question · Make decisions in relation to study design/conceptual framework and implementation of educational research projects · List potential venues of dissemination/publication of medical education scholarship · Search the medical education literature    

How to Handle Your Own Conflicts

(This course is for employees only. Supervisors should take Employee-to-Employee Conflicts if they are interested in this course.) How to Handle Your Own Conflicts is a workshop designed to give University of Iowa employees an introduction to effective conflict management. Topics include your approach to conflict, including conflict management styles, communication styles, and emotional intelligence; greater understanding of the other person in a conflict; and a roadmap for having a productive conversation about a conflict. The workshop will include an opportunity to talk about a current conflict you are facing.

LGBTQ Safe Zone: Trans Awareness Workshop (for UI Health Care)

The Safe Zone Project is a campus-wide program that offers a visible message of inclusion, affirmation, and support to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) people in the university community. Trans Awareness delves deeper into topics related to gender identity and expression. Participants will gain a better understanding of trans identity, campus resources, challenges individuals from these communities face on campus, and strategies for becoming an increasingly supportive ally. We encourage participants to have completed Phase I & II prior to attending Trans Awareness, however, it is not required. This course is also a part of the BUILD series.Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa–sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact Chief Diversity Office in advance at 319-353-2388 or diversity-resources@uiowa.edu.

Faculty Workshops: Faculty Financial Boot Camp, Part 2 (Carver College of Medicine)

3-Session - Faculty Financial Boot Camp  (for CCOM Faculty) A three session series meant to hep you understand institutional, collegiate and department finances.  Please register via email to Denise Jurca at denise-jurca@uiowa.edu.  Sponsored by the CCOM Office of Faculty Affairs and Development. March 15: The Basics Tom Reitz, PhD, Professor of Finance, Tippie College of Business Net Present Value of Money Return on Investment (ROI) Excel Basics Note: This session will be best explained if you bring a laptop.    March 29: Applying Session 1 Principles This session will show the application of principles learned in Session 1 to real world examples at the Executive level. Jason Haddy, MBA, Assistant Vice President for Finance John Stark, MBA, Interim Chief Operating Officer, University of Iowa Physicians   April 12: Proposals, Daily Operations & more This session will explore what department heads and administrators look for in a proposal, daily operations, etc. Janet Fairley, MD, Chair and DEO , Department of Dermatology Cynthia Wong, MD, Chair and DEO, Department of Anesthesia Chris Laubenthal, MBA, Clinical Department Administrator, Department of Internal Medicine   At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:  Understand foundational principles of finance that are key elements in business decisions: The time value of money How to consider risk in evaluating investments Basic spreadsheet functionality Basic accounting concepts accrual vs cash accounting income statement structure the importance of the balance sheet Use these tools to consider multiple investment decisions in a team experience Translate these principles into practice using the organizational environment at the University of Iowa  

LGBTQ 101 for Healthcare Professsionals

This introductory workshop will review the difference between gender identity, sex, and sexual orientation. The session details the LGBTQ umbrella and defines multiple sexual orientation and gender identities. Participants will also review hospital policies and practice related to LGBTQ care.

Faculty Workshops: Faculty Financial Boot Camp, Part 3 (Carver College of Medicine)

3-Session - Faculty Financial Boot Camp  (for CCOM Faculty) A three session series meant to hep you understand institutional, collegiate and department finances.  Please register via email to Denise Jurca at denise-jurca@uiowa.edu.  Sponsored by the CCOM Office of Faculty Affairs and Development. March 15: The Basics Tom Reitz, PhD, Professor of Finance, Tippie College of Business Net Present Value of Money Return on Investment (ROI) Excel Basics Note: This session will be best explained if you bring a laptop.    March 29: Applying Session 1 Principles This session will show the application of principles learned in Session 1 to real world examples at the Executive level. Jason Haddy, MBA, Assistant Vice President for Finance John Stark, MBA, Interim Chief Operating Officer, University of Iowa Physicians   April 12: Proposals, Daily Operations & more This session will explore what department heads and administrators look for in a proposal, daily operations, etc. Janet Fairley, MD, Chair and DEO , Department of Dermatology Cynthia Wong, MD, Chair and DEO, Department of Anesthesia Chris Laubenthal, MBA, Clinical Department Administrator, Department of Internal Medicine   At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:  Understand foundational principles of finance that are key elements in business decisions: The time value of money How to consider risk in evaluating investments Basic spreadsheet functionality Basic accounting concepts accrual vs cash accounting income statement structure the importance of the balance sheet Use these tools to consider multiple investment decisions in a team experience Translate these principles into practice using the organizational environment at the University of Iowa  

Performance Leadership Training

For Supervisors and HR Staff Only Attendees will learn the process and procedure for building a case for disciplinary measures that will withstand the challenges of the grievance process. The attendance initiative will also be discussed. This course is for supervisors and HR staff only.

Clone of How to Handle Your Own Conflicts

(This course is for employees only. Supervisors should take Employee-to-Employee Conflicts if they are interested in this course.) How to Handle Your Own Conflicts is a workshop designed to give University of Iowa employees an introduction to effective conflict management. Topics include your approach to conflict, including conflict management styles, communication styles, and emotional intelligence; greater understanding of the other person in a conflict; and a roadmap for having a productive conversation about a conflict. The workshop will include an opportunity to talk about a current conflict you are facing.

BUILD: Beyond the Numbers - Foundations for Diversity & Inclusion (for UI Health Care)

The Building University of Iowa Leadership for Diversity initiative is an opportunity for UI faculty and staff to gain strategic knowledge and skills to contribute to a welcoming and inclusive environment for all. By completing a series of workshops, participants will earn a certificate demonstrating their commitment as leaders for diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace and classroom. This introductory workshop will allow participants to understand the importance of diversity and inclusion as core values of the university. Participants will explore and reflect on the role of identity in their personal and professional experiences. This session will also outline the relevant resources and opportunities on campus. For those taking BUILD courses to obtain a certificate, this session should be taken first.   This date is for UIHC employees only, and can be registered at: compliance.hr.uiowa.edu/my_training/course_enroll_details/001905.   To register for UI campus courses, log-in to UI Employee Self Service, click on "My Training" to be rerouted to Learning and Development, and click on the “Enroll in Courses” tab. Then use the search fields to find the desired sessions. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa–sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact Chief Diversity Office in advance at 319-353-2388 or diversity-resources@uiowa.edu