AAL Leadcast offers world-class interviews and resources by and for experts in health and higher education. Through bold strategy, we help organizational leaders transform their institutions, empower their people and lead the way forward in healthcare and higher education.
Dr. Dee Ramsel discusses the importance of strategic planning for health professions programs in an academic setting and the process of working with AAL to put one together.
Doctor Dee Ramsel has an award-winning career as a clinical psychologist, a mental health executive, a college professor, and the former Executive Director of the Veterans Health Administrations National Center for Organizational Development. She's a Senior Consultant with AAL.
Dr. Tawana Ware discusses social determinants of health and curriculum scaffolding
Dr. Tawana Ware is a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist and an Adjunct Professor of Pediatric Dentistry at Indiana University in Indianapolis. At this August's Institute for Teaching and Learning in Chicago, she'll lead two sessions:
1. Building from Knowledge to Integration: Social Determinants of Health and Curriculum Scaffolding
2. Integrating Clinical Case-based Scenarios in Course Curriculum
Dr. Colin Haley talks about Assessment and Active Learning
Doctor Haley is a Clinical Associate Professor and the Associate Director of group facilitation at the University of Illinois Chicago College of Dentistry. In this episode of Leadcast, he discusses his two sessions for this year's Institute for Teaching and Learning in Chicago.
Dr. Pamela Zarkowski talks about her sessions at CAAMP focused on legal considerations for academic leaders
Dr. Pamela Zarkowski, MPH, JD, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, the University of Detroit Mercy discusses her sessions at the 2023 CAAMP program. Topics include legal considerations for academic leaders and how to manage the transition to faculty leadership.
Dr. Lisa Eichelberger talks about the challenges of leading in the post-pandemic era
Dr. Lisa Eichelberger, Dean Emerita at the College of Health Clayton State University talks about her sessions at this July's CAAMP program in Atlanta, including strategies for finding and keeping the right talent for your program, having difficult conversations, and leading in the post-pandemic era.
Dr. Kelton Stewart Discusses the Call of Mentorship and Teaching.
Dr. Kelton Stewart, an Associate Professor and Orthodontics Graduate Program Director at Indiana University School of Dentistry, discusses his call to teach and the importance of inclusion in the classroom. Dr. Stewart will be leading two sessions at the Institute for Teaching and Learning this August in Chicago for AAL.