Published February 1, 2023
Individuals who are interested in new learning opportunities but unable to find workshops that fit their busy, ever-changing schedule have a new option. The University at Buffalo Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is now offering one of its Core Competency Workshop Series, “Translational Teamwork,” through a series of free videos in Google Classroom — available 24/7.
Sessions from the 2021 live edition of the series, presented by experienced team researchers, were recorded and can now be accessed via the CTSI website. The series of four workshops, all lasting about one hour each, are designed to provide viewers with enhanced understanding of teamwork in research and clinical settings, strengthen teamwork skills, and improve team collaborations.
To receive a Certificate of Completion for the series, viewers can complete each of the four brief self-assessment quizzes (two to four questions each) to test their knowledge. The questions are located at the bottom of the evaluation survey accompanying each workshop recording. After completing each workshop module, participants will receive an email from the CTSI confirming workshop completion and asking for feedback.
“Finding time to stay current and continuously learn new skills is increasingly important but challenging for most professionals,” says Ekaterina Noyes PhD, MPH, Director of the CTSI Team Science and Workforce Development Cores. “Creating a variety of learning opportunities to fit our diverse community, including online and in-person workshops, is one of our primary goals at the CTSI.”
To access the workshop videos, visit the series page on the CTSI website and click “Watch Workshops Now.” Next, sign into Gmail. Select ”Join class,” enter class code: evubsv3, and click ”Join.” Note that participants must have registered for the workshops using a Gmail account using the link above prior to accessing the individual workshops.
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