The Program Coordinator is responsible for planning, implementing, managing and evaluating Continuing Medical Education programs, including ACGME for the Fellowship Program in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, Residency Training Program in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics and sponsored CME conferences within the Section of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. This includes ensuring continued ACGME national accreditation for the Fellowship program through periodic reporting requirements and processes.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Coordinates all CME information for comprehensive CME approval.
Meets with individual medical staff to plan and implement CME’s based on needs and ACCME essentials.
Maintains CME master records per ACCME requirements.
Manages all aspects of ACGME national review processes and reporting requirements as they pertain to Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics Fellowship Program.
Supervises and coordinates all CME activities and conferences supported by the Section of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics including all CME correspondence with speakers, planning committees and related program materials, in collaboration with personnel from Hospital Department of Education and external entities as appropriate.
Supervises and coordinates all activities required for ongoing Collaborative Office Rounds (COR), including all necessary planning, correspondence, evaluations and the management of budgets and MCH-COR.
Attends ACGME and/or APPD meetings when funding permits. Maintains close contact with ACGME office for current information related to ACGME essentials.
Contacts physician speakers (internal and external) to review ACCME requirements and documents when needed.
Supervises and coordinates monthly resident rotation through the Section of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics for pediatric residents, IM/Peds residents, and combined pediatric residency.
Supervises and coordinates monthly OSU DOC 3 4th year medical student rotation though the Section of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics.
Supervises and coordinates elective rotations in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics for other medical students, residents and fellows as necessary.
Reports to Lead Secretary/Section Chief
Internal: All levels of CHI staff
External: Visitors, patients, other agencies and institutions, and the public.
Knowledge of CME accredited program development.
Knowledge of ACGME requirements.
Knowledge of pediatric, IM/Pediatrics, and combined pediatric resident education and training requirements.
Knowledge of OSU medical student DOC 3 elective.
Knowledge of medical terminology.
Knowledge of computers and various pertinent software programs.
Ability to coordinate conferences (arrange meeting space, AV needs, catering, registration process, etc).
Ability to maintain records and follow accreditation guidelines.
High school graduate, business college coursework preferred.
A minimum of two years experience in program planning (CME) in a continuing higher education or medical setting.
MINIMUM PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: A
Sitting for extended periods Constantly (67-100%)
Talking on the phone/in person Constantly
Typing on a computer keyboard Constantly
Standing/walking occasionally (0-33%)