Health IT Faculty Development Resources

Health Information Technology is a rapidly expanding industry sector. Healthcare employers now expect graduates of Nursing and Allied Health programs to have some knowledge of health IT. IT Faculty may also wish to add health IT certificates or degrees to their program options. However, because health IT is a relatively new area, faculty often need professional development opportunities and instructional resources to effectively integrate health IT content into their programs. On this web page are HIT faculty development resources that were piloted by Bellevue College at multiple institutions. These resources offer a variety of approaches and formats for both health IT faculty development and health IT instruction. Please see the Overview document for a list of the resources.
Date:
2015
Primary Material Type:
Collection
Other Material Types:
Presentation, Reference Material, Syllabus, Workshop and Training Material
Institution:
Bellevue College
TAACCCT Round:
2
Subjects:
Faculty Development, Health IT, Faculty Resources, HIT, Health Information Technology

Industry / Occupation

Industry Partner:
HIMSS
Industry Sector:
Health Care and Social Assistance (62)
Occupation:
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations (29-0000)

Education / Instructional Information

Instructional Program:
Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences (51)
Credit Type:
  • Other
Credential Type:
  • None
Language:
English (United States)
Interactivity Type:
Mix of Active and Presentation.
Quality Rubric:
Other
Quality Note:
SME evaluation performed after development of materials. Evaluation checklist was adapted from the Quality Matters Higher Education Rubric. Materials identified as needing improvement where addressed by Consortium Lead wherever possible.
Quality of Subject Matter was assured by:
  • Using an approved rubric to conduct the evaluation of the instructional materials and providing a report
Quality of Online/Hybrid Course Design assured by:
  • Custom Quality Rubric

Accessibility

Copyright / Licensing

Primary License:
Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.