Under the direction of the Curry International Tuberculosis Center (CITC) Deputy Director and/or Principal Investigator, the Director of Education will oversee the Center’s training and educational programs. The Director of Education also assists the Center Deputy Director in long-range program planning. The Director of Education will provide backup support for other Center areas as needed. This position is required by CDC and is included in all submitted work plans and budget proposals.
The Director of Education is also responsible for program management of advanced trainings and educational products. This includes working with internal and external faculty and training planners to develop training curricula; working with CITC Associate Medical Director and Principal Investigator on training development and design; review and editing of all training documents; recruiting and guiding faculty with their presentations; drafting, reviewing and ensuring comprehensive learning objectives and practice gap analysis are in line with ACCME requirements; developing and implementing needs assessment activities/evaluation plans for trainings and enduring materials; and assisting CITC Deputy Director with maintaining CME accreditation. Also serves as liaison between Center and training participants and programs. The Director of Education also assists with the analysis of training and product evaluation data and, using this information, to determine training needs and to guide changes to curricula, in association with the CME Committee.
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The mission of the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Zuckerberg San Francisco General (ZSFG) is to provide comprehensive medical care for the community, to develop innovative research aimed at elucidating basic mechanisms of disease, and to translate its research activities into both new clinical initiatives and a rich training environment for the next generation of academic physician scientists.
The Curry International Tuberculosis Center (CITC) is a unit within the Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine at DOM/ZSFG. CITC is one of four TB Centers of Excellence (TB-COEs) funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The TB-COE serves Region 1 (Western Region composed of 3 West Coast large cities, 13 western states) and shares service to the US Affiliated Pacific Islands with the other 3 TB-COEs. The TB-COEs enhance tuberculosis control capacity, and train TB service providers regionally and nationally.
This center was established and first funded in 1994. While originally funded for national programs and services, CITC has expanded their capacity and now also provides training and technical assistance internationally
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