PREMIER ONLINE LEARNING

THE GOLD STANDARD IN DENTAL FACULTY CALIBRATION

Equip your new dental educators with the right tools to succeed with the Fundamentals of Clinical Education program (FCE), designed and facilitated by the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine and AAL.

FIVE ONLINE
MODULES

Developed and vetted by leading experts in the field, the FCE is comprised of five learning modules covering fundamental knowledge areas as well as best practices. Each module utilizes video, lectures, interviews, simulations, and assessments to provide comprehensive educator training.

Designed Specifically For:

  • New Clinical Faculty
  • Transitioning Private
    Practice Practitioners
  • Oral Health Educators

WHY CALIBRATE?

Schools that do not calibrate their faculty put their transitioning clinicians and students at a disadvantage. With generations of dental educators retiring, new educators are faced with significant challenges on how to connect and teach the future of the field.

FCE is a comprehensive, vetted solution that addresses these issues while teaching the skills of a master educator.

Proven calibration techniques that make educators more effective

At-your-pace online learning perfect for educators’ schedules

Official FCE certificate presented upon course completion

PRICING

Invididual License,
$495 Per Seat

Institutional License, As Low As
$195 Per Seat

 

PRICING INCLUDES:

  • Seat(s) to The FCE Course
  • Access to Online Learning Course and Message Board
  • Certificate of Completion From The University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine and AAL.

PRESENTED BY

INSTRUCTORS

The FCE instructors are notable experts with more than
70 years of combined experience in dental education.

Uri Hangorsky, D.D.S., M.S.

Dr. Hangorsky is the Associate Dean for Student Life and Director of the PASS program at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. He had previously served as the Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Penn Dental Medicine. Read More…

Marnie Oakley, D.M.D.

Dr. Oakley is a Senior Consultant for AAL and works extensively in the areas of clinical teaching, preceptorship, and leadership development. In addition to her role at AAL, Dr. Oakley serves as the Senior Associate Dean at the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine. Read More…

Uri Hangorsky, D.D.S., M.S.

Interim Chair and Clinical Professor of Periodontics Associate Dean For Student Life, Admissions & Pass Program

Dr. Hangorsky is the Associate Dean for Student Life and Director of the PASS program at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. He had previously served as the Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Penn Dental Medicine. Dr. Hangorsky received his DDS degree from Columbia University, completed his General Practice Residency at the University of Vermont followed by a Master’s Degree in Periodontology at Case Western University. Dr. Hangorsky currently serves on the ADA Council on Education and Licensure. He is also a member of the ADEA Policy and Research Committee. Dr. Hangorsky’s contributions to dental education have been recognized by several teaching awards including the Provost’s Award for Distinguished Teaching and the Graduate Periodontics Outstanding Teaching Award.

Marnie Oakley, D.M.D.

Senior Associate Dean for Clinical & Faculty Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine & Senior Consultant for AAL

Dr. Oakley is a Senior Consultant for AAL and works extensively in the areas of clinical teaching, preceptorship, and leadership development. In addition to her role at AAL, Dr. Oakley serves as the Senior Associate Dean at the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine. She served an active duty 4-year tour as a Dental Officer in the United States Navy. In her experience as a clinical teacher for over two decades, she has been responsible for the development and implementation of a comprehensive care clinical curriculum that is focused on student learning, assessment, and patient care outcomes. Dr. Oakley has also developed and implemented formalized marketing plans
targeted on improving clinical operations.

She works together with university development and human resource teams to strategically create and actualize reorganization plans that promote workflow efficiencies in the clinical environment. She has had experience serving as a schoolwide site visit coordinator for a  Commission on Dental Accreditation site visit and, in turn, understands what is required to build a quality management and improvement plan that measures school-specific
standards of care. In her 6 years serving as a department chair and her 7 years as the Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, has taken great pride in recognizing human talent and applying strengths of employees to maximize efficiency and success in support of a strategic vision and plan. She continuously inspires a robust customer service approach to  empower employees to serve their
customers across all fronts in dental education.

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