The United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP), the largest global organization dedicated to continuing medical education for pathologists, is recruiting a senior level Director of Education to manage the panorama of the Academy’s educational offerings and contribute to the development of novel educational assets. The applicant should have (at least) a Master’s Degree in Education (ideally in Organizational Education Technology Leadership), competence in ACCME (Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education) compliance guidelines, and ability to write and maintain policies and procedures. The applicant must have experience with web-based applications for management of the receipt, review and notifications of abstract submissions; faculty uploads of educational materials and disclosures; and digital on-line educational assets. Verbal and written communications skills are mandatory. The individual must be a leader and a team player, poised to collaborate with the Education Committee, and seeking a long-term position with growth potential paralleling evolution of the Academy. The Director of Education will work at the USCAP Interactive Learning Center in Palm Springs, California and report directly to the Executive Vice President. Salary and benefits are competitive and commensurate with credentials and experience.
About United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology
The United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology has been the most prestigious provider of continuing medical education (CME) for pathologists globally for more than a century, superbly integrating CME into the process for improving professional practice and patient outcomes by reducing the gap between evidence-based practices and adoption of those practices into clinical care. Although many pa...thologists do not see patients directly, they unquestionably provide effective patient care. Therefore, while USCAP is not a health care delivery institution, it provides scalpel-edge educational information and the new results of translational research literally as they happen, as well as information and educational activities addressing best practice standards for pathology.
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