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Training Toolbox

Welcome to ITAC's Training Toolbox! The Training Toolbox makes it easy for program staff to browse and share innovative and time-tested training strategies on a variety of topics relevant to leadership and Maternal and Child Health. In the Toolbox, training strategies are categorized by topic, making it easy for you to browse different methods by which others teach important concepts to their trainees, and save strategies you feel could be applicable in your program to a folder of your personal favorites.

The Training Toolbox was developed by the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD), through a cooperative agreement with the Maternal and Child Health Bureau # UA5MC11068. For additional information or to contact staff with questions, see the FAQ at left.

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Keep your favorite training strategies at your fingertips for future use. Save and access any training strategy in your personal folder, add notes, and share your favorites with others.

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Help fill the toolbox with both time-tested and newly innovative training strategies. Post a strategy used by your program to effectively teach trainees on topics in Maternal and Child Health, leadership, and more.

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Recently Added Strategies

Team Projects- Jefferson County Board of Education Continuing Education Event

implemented in 1995 by University of Alabama PPC
contact Theresa Rodgers

Most of health care, especially pediatrics, is team-based; therefore, teamwork is an essential skill for the trainees to learn. Trainees … [continue reading]

Development of Six Case-Based Learning Modules

implemented in 2012 by Boston Childrens Hospital LEAH Program
contact Pamela Burke

In spring 2012, faculty brainstormed about making our curriculum for first year fellows more interactive and interdisciplinary. We decided upon … [continue reading]

Using Developmental Networks for Interdisciplinary Mentoring and Career Development

implemented in 2014 by Boston Children's Hospital/ LEAH
contact Jean Emans

Mentorship has been positively associated with career development and productivity. To meet current challenges, new models of mentorship have transitioned … [continue reading]

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