Check Out Our New Virtual Fall Workshops

The wait for workshops is over!

While meeting in-person isn’t an option, connecting with colleagues and engaging in high-quality faculty development can, and will, continue with our new virtual workshops. This fall’s line-up consists of six all-new workshops designed to help faculty increase their knowledge and skills in key topic areas. And, consistent with all PAEA events, participants will have an opportunity to network with their colleagues from across the country.

For additional details about each workshop, please see the information below.

Click here to see schedules, fees, and to register.

Navigating Conflict and Communicating for Success

In any role, communication is key to working effectively with colleagues. This six-hour workshop will introduce attendees to Crucial Conversations® and Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team®, as well as help participants understand their own DiSC profile. This introductory workshop is appropriate for all faculty, but especially for newer faculty or faculty who have not completed formal conflict training.

Jump Start Workshops for New Faculty, Clinical Coordinators, and Program Directors

These three new just-in-time offerings are designed to help novices learn the essentials of their specific role in just one month. These workshops will be delivered in a series of four weekly sessions, giving participants the opportunity to apply what they learn and reflect on their experiences in real-time.

Free Workshops

If you want to take a significant step in your training to help fight the opioid epidemic, here are two free workshops to consider.

  • MAT Waiver Training: This workshop will provide eight hours of live training toward the requirement to obtain a waiver to prescribe buprenorphine in office-based settings.
  • Developing a Substance Use Disorder Standardized-Patient Script: This four-hour workshop is designed to equip faculty with the knowledge and skills they need to create realistic standardized patient scenarios on substance use disorder.

Rest assured, these virtual workshops are an expansion of our current portfolio, not a replacement. We look forward to offering PAEA’s in-person workshops, such as Faculty Skills 101 and others, again next year and are committed to continuing to meet the professional development needs of our members — regardless of where you are.