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College of Health Sciences. 10 th Annual Retreat Friday, August 28, 2009 Venue: Douglas Hall, 120 A Time: 10 AM – 4:30 PM. State of the College Report. Scope of Presentation Part I: Preamble Part II: 10-year review: 1999-2008

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College of health sciences
College of Health Sciences

10th Annual Retreat

Friday, August 28, 2009

Venue: Douglas Hall, 120 A

Time: 10 AM – 4:30 PM


State of the college report
State of the College Report

Scope of Presentation

  • Part I: Preamble

  • Part II: 10-year review: 1999-2008

  • Part III: Current year review: July 1, 2008 – June 30, 2009

  • Part IV: Introduction to the program assessment presentation


Part i preamble additions to the family
Part I: PreambleAdditions to the Family

  • Beverley Letcher

  • IvonneAnguh

  • Dr. Wanda Mahoney

  • Dr. Patrick Williams


Congratulations to our newly minted drs
Congratulations to Our Newly Minted “Drs”

  • Barbara Price: Ed.D. from Northern Illinois University, December 2008

  • Lisa Young: DNP from the University of Iowa; July 2009.

  • Sarah Austin: Ph.D. from University of Illinois at Chicago, Aug 2009


Annual retreat objectives
Annual Retreat Objectives

  • Occasion to take stock of our accomplishments

  • Develop Strategic Plan

  • Reflect on Interdisciplinary Education Model

  • Faculty Development

  • Share Best Pedagogy Practices

  • Share Ongoing Research in the College


2009 retreat agenda
2009 Retreat Agenda

  • SCHEDULE FOR THE DAY

  • 9 – 10 AM Registration

  • 10– 10:05 AM Welcome by the Dean

  • 10:05 – 11 AM State of the College Report

  • 11:00 –1PM Use of “Clickers” Technology

  • 1:00 – 2:00 PM Lunch Break


2009 retreat agenda1
2009 Retreat Agenda

  • PROGRAM ASSESSMENT

  • 2:00 – 2:30 PM Nursing; Dr. Hureston

  • 2:30 – 3:00 PM OT; Dr. Sarah Austin

  • 3:00 – 3:30 PM HIA; Dr. Barbara Price

  • 3:30 – 4:00 PM HS; Dr. William Ebomoyi

  • 4:00 – 4:30 PM Public Square

  • 4:30 PM Adjournment


  • Previous retreat themes
    Previous Retreat Themes

    • 2000 Planning for Our Future: Strategic Plan

    • 2001 Planning for Our Future: Strategic Plan

    • 2002 Grant Writing: Basics

    • 2003 Grant Writing: Getting it Done

    • 2004 Promoting Students Success Through Effective Pedagogy and Program Evaluation

    • 2005 Development and Approval of Two Interdisciplinary Education Courses


    Previous retreat themes1
    Previous Retreat Themes

    • 2006 Planning for the Future: Strategic Plan II

    • 2007 Promoting Student Success through Innovative Programming and Reflecting on our Accomplishments

    • 2008 Celebrating our Scholarship Efforts: Knowledge at the Cutting

    • 2009) Using Technology to Enhance Learning and Program Assessment


    State of the college report part ii 10 year review 1999 2008

    State of the College Report

    Part II:

    10-year Review: 1999-2008


    Preamble
    Preamble

    • September 1st will mark my 10th year as dean

    • I consider this retreat a major milestone for the College

    • Therefore, it is appropriate on this occasion to review what we have achieved together during the 10 year period


    Enrollment
    Enrollment

    • As a result of the strategic initiatives that we implemented the College enrollment increased from 679 in 1999 to 888 students in 2008; a 31% growth

    • The campus enrollment decreased from 7,580 in 1999 to 6,820 in 2008; a10.2% decline

    • We now enroll better prepared students who are more diverse


    Attendance status
    Attendance Status

    Fall 1999

    Fall 2008


    Gender profile
    Gender Profile

    • .

    • .

    Fall 1999

    Fall 2008



    Ethnicity profile
    EthnicityProfile

    Ethnicity 1999

    Ethnicity 2008


    Statehood
    Statehood

    Fall 1999

    Fall 2008



    Program development and enhancement
    Program Development and Enhancement

    • In 1999, we had 3 academic departments:

      • BS Nursing

      • BS Occupational Therapy (OT)

      • BS Health Information Administration (HIA)

    • In 2001, we developed the following programs:

      • Post Baccalaureate Certificate in HIA

      • Minor in Health Sciences


    New programs developed
    New Programs Developed

    • In 2004, we developed a combined BS/MOT

      • $150,000 start –up funds from IBHE

      • Equipment and classroom renovation

      • 1st graduate program in the College

      • Curriculum design is innovative; 1st in IL

    • In 2005, we created the Department of Health Studies which now offers 2 majors:

      • BS Pre-PT

      • BS Community Health



    New service unit
    New Service Unit

    • HIV/AIDS Research and Policy Institute

      • Start-up funds from IL General Assembly and IL Department of Public Health

      • Address the disproportionate incidence of HIV/AIDS in minority population

        • Primary Mission is Behavioral Research

        • Community Impact: HIV Testing & Counseling

        • Capacity Building for CBO


    Hiv aids research and policy institute
    HIV/AIDS Research and Policy Institute

    • Research

    • Policy Analysis

    • Health Education

    • Capacity Building

      for CBOs

    • CSU students waiting to receive services from the Institute’s mobile health van


    Wellness health center
    Wellness/Health Center

    • Directed by a nurse practitioner

    • Provides comprehensive health and

      educational resource for the campus

    • Monitor the students compliance with

      the state mandated immunization check

    • Provides health care for students enrolled

      in the university health insurance program

    • Campus/Community Health Fairs

    • Campus Emergency Response Team

    • Center is self sustaining

    • Services offered are cost

      effective and of high quality


    Commitment to quality and excellence
    Commitment to Quality and Excellence

    • Both themes are reflected in our College logo

    • Parallel to our success in increasing enrollment, our students are succeeding in large numbers

    • First-time pass rates of our graduates on national board exams now equals or surpasses national norms.



    Resources
    Resources

    Through external funding, we

    have:

    • purchased several state-of-

      the art equipment for

      cutting-edge research

    • purchased several

      standardized tests software

    • introduced technology

      in the classroom to

      promote learning


    Scholarship
    Scholarship

    • Scholarship is also

      thriving

    • Many of our faculty

      and administrators now

      publish their research in

      the top journals, nationally

      and internationally

    • We compete and receive

      external funds from federal

      and state governments and

      foundations


    Recruitment strategies
    Recruitment Strategies

    • First College at CSU to produce recruitment video & CD-ROMS

    • Video is available on the College webpage


    Recruitment strategies1
    Recruitment Strategies

    • Advertisement in Selected Print Media:Leraza

    • Linkage with local community colleges- TAHEP

    • Career “pipeline” programs


    Recruitment strategies2
    Recruitment Strategies

    • Subscription to online recruitment databases:

      • All Allied Health Schools

        http://allalliedhealthschools.com

      • All Nursing Schools

        http://allnursingschools.com


    Source: http://AllAlliedHealthSchools.com


    • Chicago State University

      Phone: (773) 995-3992 Fax: (773) 821-2438Chicago State UniversityCollege of Health Sciences9501 S. King Drive, BHS 200AChicago, IL 60628Please be sure to tell the school that AllNursingSchools.com referred you! Your referral will ensure that our service remains free to students.Degrees/Specialties

    • Accreditation

    • NLNAC Accredited Nursing

    • Bachelor's

    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

    • RN to BS

    Source: http://AllNursingSchools.com


    Recruitment activities
    Recruitment Activities

    • Presentation of College activities and programs to various stakeholders and external constituencies

      • State legislators

      • Chicago aldermen

      • High school counselors

      • Prospective students

      • College open house activities


    Public relations
    Public Relations

    12 new brochures were produced within the year to better market our academic programs


    Public relations1
    Public Relations

    1st College at CSU to produce a Newsletter


    Participates in campus wide recruitment retention initiatives
    Participates in Campus-wide Recruitment/Retention Initiatives

    • University Advising Center Services:

      • Register incoming freshmen.

      • Ensure the placement examinations are taken prior to registration.

      • Review current curriculum pattern and assists freshmen to select general education courses.

      • Issue PIN # once the classes have been chosen.

      • Show students how to register for their classes on line via CSU X-Press and encourage validation of classes.

      • Counselors monitor students academic progress throughout the semester.


    Retention activities
    Retention Activities Initiatives

    • Tracking of cohorts of first-time, full-time freshmen students

    • Winter intercession – Nursing Bridge course

    • One-on-one counseling for nursing students changing major

    • Social activities to enhance connectedness between students and faculty

    • Academic support (tutoring) in patho-physiology, Anatomy and Physiology I & II and Human Cadaver-Funding from IBHE


    Full accreditation
    Full Accreditation Initiatives

    • The professional programs are all fully accredited by their national associations:

      • Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM).

        • Annual Report, May 2010

      • National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission (NLNAC). www.nlnac.org

        • Onsite visit: 2013

      • Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) of the American Occupational therapy Association. www.aota.org

        • Onsite visit: 2016


    Interdisciplinary education

    Interdisciplinary Education Initiatives

    Curriculum Innovations

    We changed the paradigm of educating health sciences students by embracing the interdisciplinary model


    Interdisciplinary courses
    Interdisciplinary Courses Initiatives

    • HSC 321 – Service Learning course

      • Service Learning course initiated Fall 2006

    • HSC 150 – Introduction to Health Professions course

      • Existing course was revised; new course is now mandatory for all students in the College

        • Both courses are team taught by faculty from the four academic departments


    Service learning clinical sites
    Service Learning Clinical Sites Initiatives

    • Chicago Dept of Public Health

    • Illinois Department of Public Health

    • Whiz Kids Development Center

    • Plano Vision Development Center

    • Misericordia Heart of Mercy

    • Filipino Association

    • Sarah’s Circle


    Service learning clinical sites1
    Service Learning Clinical Sites Initiatives

    • Sankofa Inc.

    • St. James Social Care Program

    • Vital Bridges (North, South, West, Elk Grove)

    • Health Care Consortium of Illinois

    • Fernwood Methodist Church

    • Advocate Hospital

    • Well Feed Organization, Inc.

    • Holistic Foundation of Life Adult Day Care Center

    • Total 15 community based sites developed


    Service learning projects
    Service Learning Projects Initiatives

    • Assisted the elderly on learning how to insulate buildings to decrease energy costs.

    • Provided a computer tutoring class for the elderly

    • Provide afterschool tutoring for elementary and high school students.

    • Developed genealogical reports by church members’ ancestry.

    • Provided health education on breast cancer awareness, and

    • Provided cardiovascular disease risk factors, and HIV/AIDS health education.


    Whiz kids developmental center
    Whiz Kids Developmental Center Initiatives

    • Servicing low income families

    • Helping kids with homework

    • Teaching proper manners and social etiquette

    • Teaching Spanish


    Whiz kids developmental center1
    Whiz Kids Developmental Center Initiatives

    • Provide fun activities- games, sports- for kids

    • Students assist with providing a sanitary, germ-free, safe and pleasant learning environment


    Sankofa
    Sankofa Initiatives

    • Students assist staff working on home ownership, economic development issues

    • Provide awareness about breast, cervical and prostate cancer

    • HIV prevention education


    St james social care program
    St James Social Care Program Initiatives

    • Distribution of food to the homeless

    • Health education on breast cancer

    • HIV education and distribution of literature


    Plano vision development center
    Plano Vision Development Center Initiatives

    • Provide services for disadvantaged children

    • Students assist therapists with:

      • Perception care

      • Comprehensive vision therapy

      • Optometry entrance exam





    Satisfaction survey anecdotal comments from students
    Satisfaction Survey: Anecdotal Comments from Students Initiatives

    • “The activities were a good experience for us”

    • “I enjoyed myself while I was learning”

    • “It was very interesting and educational”

    • “I enjoyed the opportunity to teach at the health fair”

    • “I am very satisfied with the service activities

    • “I would like to receive more information about service learning events in the future”


    Economic impact from fall 2006 summer 2009
    Economic Impact: InitiativesFrom Fall 2006 – Summer 2009

    • Total number of people served= 12,350

    • 223students enrolled in the Service Learning course

    • Each student serve 30 hours

    • Total hours of service learning = 223x 30 = 6,690 hrs

    • 1hr = $16

    • Pecuniary cost of the service provided by students = 6,690 hrs x $16

      • $107,040


    On the world stage
    On the World Stage Initiatives

    • Forged Research Partnership

      • School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Cape Town, South Africa,Department of Physiotherapy, University of the Western Cape, South Africa and Faculty of Health Sciences, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey, Faculty of Health Sciences, Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria

      • Outcomes:

      • Balogun JA, Abiona TC, Amosun S, Frantz J, Yakut Y. Readability and test retest reliability of a psycho-metric instrument designed to assess HIV/AIDS attitudes, beliefs, behaviors and source of HIV prevention information of young adults. Submitted to Health Education Journal

      • Evaluation of the Content Validity, Internal Consistency and Stability of an Instrument Designed to Assess the HIV/AIDS Knowledge of University Students. Submitted to Education and Heath

      • Abiona TC, Yohannes E, Balogun JA, Amosun SL, Frantz J, Yakut Y. HIV/AIDS knowledge, perception of knowledge, and sources of information among university students in USA, Turkey, South Africa and Nigeria. Submitted to Bulletin of the World Health Organization.


    On the world stage1
    On the World Stage Initiatives

    • Forged Research Partnership ..Outcomes

      • Adefuye AS, Abiona TC, Balogun JA, Amosun SL, Frantz J, Yakut Y. HIV Sexual Risk Behaviors and Perception of Risk among Students in the United States, Turkey, and South Africa. AIDS Care.

      • Fatusi AO, Abiona TC, Adefuye A, Balogun JA. Comparison of the HIV sexual risk behaviors and risk perception of African American and Nigerianuniversitystudents. European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health.

    • Faculty/Staff and Student Exchanges

      • USAID grant allowed collaboration with three predominately Black universities from South Africa; Students enrolled and graduated from the nursing program. CSU students had field experience in South Africa.

      • Faculty Development Workshops were held in Chicago and Durban South Africa.


    On the world stage2
    On the World Stage Initiatives

    • We hosted visiting scholars and faculty from Nigeria and Oman

    • We also hosted delegation from the Liberian Ministry of Health who came to learn about HIV prevention programs

    • Our students and faculty provide service internationally

    Our Students and faculty took Service Learning to Ukraine in 2008


    Appropriated budget
    Appropriated Budget Initiatives

    • 1999

    • $2,323,609

    • 2008

    • $2,970,332

    Difference in allocation between 1999 and 2008= $646,723; 28%

    Over a 10 year period, the raw increase falls within the limit of inflation and cost of living adjustment (raises). At best the budget allocation was flat


    Grantsmanship
    Grantsmanship Initiatives

    • 2008-2011: Training Occupational Therapists to Practice in Schools (TOPS). US Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs. $ 800,000.

    • 2007: Nursing enrichment. GIGNA Foundation $5,000

    • 2007: Retention/Faculty Development grant. Community Trust. $40,000.


    Grantsmanship1
    Grantsmanship Initiatives

    • * 2007: HIV/AIDS Research and Policy Institute. IL Department of Public Health, Assessment of the Institute’s capacity to provide HIV/AIDS prevention services and linkages to case management and treatment in African American communities. $ 50,000. * 2006: HIV/AIDS Research and Policy Institute. IL Department of Public Health; Supplemental award in support of the incarceration study. $ 60,000.

    • * 2006: HIV/AIDS Research and Policy Institute. IL State Assembly, $480,000.


    Grantsmanship2
    Grantsmanship Initiatives

    • 2006: HIV/AIDS Research and Policy Institute. IL Department of Public Health, $ 180,000.

    • 2005-2008: Chicago State University’s Access to Nursing Care through Service Learning Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration. $744,717.

    • 2005: HIV/AIDS Research and Policy Institute. IL State Assembly, $400,000.


    Grantsmanship3
    Grantsmanship Initiatives

    • 2005: HIV/AIDS Research and Policy Institute. IL Department of Public Health, $ 150,000.

    • 2004: HIV/AIDS Research and Policy Institute. IL Department of Public Health, and IL State Assembly, $600,000.

    • 2004-2007: Diabetes Education Outreach Project. National Historically Black Colleges and Universities Research Network for Health Services and Health Disparities. Subcontract for $32,000.


    Grantsmanship4
    Grantsmanship Initiatives

    • 2003-2006: Nursing Career Ladder Project. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). $746,312.

    • 2003-2006: Project PROGRESS: Nursing Diversity Project. Department of Health and Human Services, HRSA. $659,374.

    • 2003: Public Health Nursing Field Experiences in State/Local Health Departments for BSN Students: Basic Nurse Educational Practice Program. Department of Health and HRSA. $24,878.


    Grantsmanship5
    Grantsmanship Initiatives

    • * 2001-2002: Chicago State University’s Helen Fuld Educational Mobility Proposal. Helene Fuld Health Trust. $100,000.

    • * 2000-2003: Multi-disciplinary Community-Based Clinical Education. United States Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration; Allied Health Grant Program,. $404,750.


    Scholarship1
    Scholarship Initiatives


    Score card
    Score Card Initiatives

    • The recorded achievements are significant because they occurred at an economic environment when the budget allocated to the College was flat and the overall University budget decreased by 20%.


    Before and after
    Before and After Initiatives

    1999

    2008


    State of the College Report Initiatives

    Part III:

    Current Year Review:

    July 1, 2008- June 30, 2009


    July 1 2008 june 30 2009
    July 1, 2008 – June 30, 2009 Initiatives

    Scope of Presentation

    • Publication

    • Presentation

    • Grantmanship

    • Service

    • Community Outreach

    • Social Events

    • Certification Results


    Research publications
    Research Publications Initiatives

    • Abiona TC, Adefuye A, Balogun JA, Sloan PE. Gender Differences in HIV Risk Behaviors of Inmates. Journal of Women’s Health, 18(1): 65-71, 2009.

    • Abiona TC, Adefuye A, Balogun JA, Sloan PE. Relationship Between Incarceration Frequency and Human Immunodeficiency Virus Risk behaviors of African American Males. Journal of the National Medical association, 101, 4: 308-315, 2009.

    • Abiona TC, Balogun JA, Adefuye A, Sloan PE. Pre-Incarceration HIV Risk Behaviors of Male and Female Inmates. International Journal of prisoner Health 5(2): 59-70, 2009.


    Research publications1
    Research Publications Initiatives

    • Kirwan P, Asaolu SO, Molloy SF, Abiona TC, Jackson AL, Holland CV. Patterns of Soil-Transmitted Helminth Infection and Impact of Four Monthly Albendazole Treatments in Pre-School Children from Semi-urban Communities in Nigeria: A double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Randomized Trial. BMC Infectious Disease, 19: 9: 20, 2009.

    • Ebomoyi CW, Mecklin JB, Cooney OM, Ukaga A. Predictors of Abstinence among Adolescents in a Statewide Abstinence Education Program in Colorado: The Implications for Sexually Transmitted Infections. International Journal of Social Health Information Management, 2: 1-10, 2009.

    • Ebomoyi JI, Ebomoyi EW. Diagnosis of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) and Relevance of Epidemiologic Interventions. International Journal of Social Health Information Management, 2: 30-34, 2009.


    Research publications2
    Research Publications Initiatives

    • Ebomoyi EW. National Genomic Disparities in the Wake of Personalized Medical Services. American Biotechnology Laboratory, 27: 22-27, 2009.

    • Ebomoyi EW, Ebomoyi JI. Comparison of HIV/AIDS Knowledge, Perceived Seriousness, and Risky Sexual Behaviors among University Students. International Journal of Social Health Information Management, 2: 48-56, 2009.

    • KirwanP, Asaolu SO,   AbionaTC,   JacksonA,  Smith HV,  Holland CV. Soil-Transmitted Helminth Infections in Nigerian Children Aged 0-25 months. Journal of Helminthology, 9: 1-6, 2009.


    Research publications3
    Research Publications Initiatives

    • Ebomoyi, EW. Genomic Disparities and Challenges in the Utilization of Medicare and Medicaid Programs for Predictive and Personalized Medical Services. American Biotechnology Laboratory, 27 (6): 22-27, 2009.

    • Garvin J, Odom-Wesley B, Rudman WJ, Stewart RS. (2009). Healthcare Disparities and the Role of Personal Records. Journal of AHIMA, 80 (6): 1-5.

    • Onayade AA, Abiona TC, Ugbala C, Alozie G, Adetuyi O. Determinants of Consistent Condom use Among Adolescents and Young Adults attending a Tertiary Educational Institution in Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Postgraduate medical Journal, 15(3): 185-91, 2009.


    Research publications4
    Research Publications Initiatives

    • Asa OO, Onayade AA, Fatusi AO, Ijadunola KT, Abiona TC. Efficacy of intermittent Preventive Treatment of Malaria with Sulphadoxine-pyrimethamine in Preventing Anaemia in Pregnancy Among Nigerian Women. Maternity Child Health Journal, 12(6): 692-8, 2009.

    • Eichenwald S, Fenton S, Nielsen B, Parmanto A, Stewart R, Watzlaf V, Zeng X. Building an Evidence Base for High-Quality HIM, Practice Brief, Journal of AHIMA, 79 (5): 61-63, 2008.

    • Scrinivasan S, Ebomoyi W. Biomedical Informatics Education for Capacity Building in Developing Nations. International Journal of Medical Engineering and Informatics, 2: 210-226, 2008.


    Research publications5
    Research Publications Initiatives

    • Akinmoladun, T. The Relevance of Problem-Based Instruction to Learning about Environment Health. Journal of Environmental Health, 71(1): 12-14, 2008.

    • Ebomoyi, W. Poverty and Human Global Health. International Journal of Social Health Information Management, 1: 41-51, 2008.

    • Ebomoyi, W. Determinants of Abstinence, Perceived Susceptibility and Perceived Seriousness of Human Immunodeficiency Virus by University Students. International Journal of Social Health Information Management, 1: 55-66, 2008.


    Book monograph
    Book/Monograph Initiatives

    • Adefuye A, Abiona TC, Balogun JA, Sloan PE. State of Illinois African American HIV/AIDS Response Act:  Phase I Report on the Mandated Study Investigating the Correlation between Incarceration and HIV Infection. June 2009.

    • Abiona TC, Balogun JA, Adefuye A. State of Illinois African American HIV/AIDS Response Act:  Phase II Report on the Mandated Study Investigating the Correlation between Incarceration and HIV Infection. August 2009.

    • Balogun JA, Abiona TC. Psychometric Instruments for Assessing HIV Risk Behaviors of Vulnerable Populations, September 2009


    Presentations at scientific conferences
    Presentations at Scientific Conferences Initiatives

    • Germain M, Colin J, Garcia R.  Advocating for Healthier Nations through Baccalaureate Preparation in Haiti. International Council of Nurses’ 24th Quadrennial Congress. The theme of the conference is “Leading Change: Building Healthier Nations” in Durbin, South Africa. June 27- July 4, 2009.

    • Adefuye, A. The HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Africa and the Caribbean: The Role of the United States in Prevention, Treatment, and Care. International Health and Policy Forum, University of Chicago. March 5, 2009.

    • Adefuye A, Abiona T, Balogun J. HIV Knowledge, Risk Behaviors and Perception of Risk among College Students. 136th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Exposition, San Diego, CA. October27-30, 2008.


    Presentations at scientific conferences1
    Presentations at Scientific Conferences Initiatives

    • Abiona TC, Adefuye A, Balogun JA, Sloan PS. Prevalence and Correlates of HIV Risk Behaviors of Inmates in a State Prison System. 136th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Exposition, San Diego, CA. October 27-30, 2008.

    • Abiona TC, Adefuye A, Balogun JA, Sloan PS. High Risk HIV Transmission Behavior in Prison: Does a Fatalistic Model Exist? 136th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Exposition, San Diego, CA. October 27-30, 2008.

    • Stewart R. Panel speaker on Perspectives in Health Information Management (Research Journal). Assembly on Education, American Health Information Management Association, Louisville, KY. July 14, 2008.

    APHA conference

    Dr. Adefuye and Dr. Abiona presenting their research


    Presentations at scientific conferences2
    Presentations at Scientific Conferences Initiatives

    • Adefuye AS. Disparities in HIV/AIDS Care: The Need for a Diversified Healthcare Workforce. Honors Society Conference Addressing Health Disparities: The Role of Diversity of Healthcare Providers. Department of Nursing, College of Health Sciences, Chicago State University. August 8, 2008.

    • Abiona TC. HIV Risk Behaviors of African American Inmates. Honors Society Conference Addressing Health Disparities: The Role of Diversity of Healthcare Providers. Department of Nursing, College of Health Sciences, Chicago State University. August 8, 2008.

    • Balogun JA. Educating Racial/Ethnic Minority Health Care Professionals: Challenges and Strategies for Success. Honors Society Conference Addressing Health Disparities: The Role of Diversity of Healthcare Providers. Department of Nursing, College of Health Sciences, Chicago State University. August 8, 2008.


    Presentations at scientific conferences3
    Presentations at Scientific Conferences Initiatives

    • Balogun JA. Educating Racial/Ethnic Minority Health Care Professionals: Challenges and Strategies for Success. Honors Society Conference Addressing Health Disparities: The Role of Diversity of Healthcare Providers. Department of Nursing, College of Health Sciences, Chicago State University. August 8, 2008.

    • Balogun JA. Using Interdisciplinary Education as a Vehicle to Address Health Disparities.Honors Society Conference Addressing Health Disparities: The Role of Diversity of Healthcare Providers. Department of Nursing, College of Health Sciences, Chicago State University. August 8, 2008.

    • Adeleke A, Adefuye AS, Balogun JA. Transitional Allied Health Educational Partnership (TAHEP): A Novel Strategy to Increasing Diversity in the Health Professions. Poster presentation at the Honors Society Conference Addressing Health Disparities: The Role of Diversity of Healthcare Providers. Department of Nursing, College of Health Sciences, Chicago State University. August 8, 2008.


    Presentations at scientific conferences4
    Presentations at Scientific Conferences Initiatives

    • Ebomoyi W. Determinants of Abstinence, Perceived Susceptibility and Perceived Seriousness of Human Immunodeficiency Disease by University Students. Intellectbase Consortium (IIC) Conference. Nashville, TN. October, 2008.

    • Germain M, Colen J. Leading Change, Building Healthier Nations. Accepted for Presentation at the International Council of Nurses’ 24th Quadrennial Congress, Durbin, South Africa. June 27 - July 4, 2009.

    • Anderson, M. Collaboration on Cultural Diversity: Journey of Two Universities. Health Disparities: The Role of Diversified Health Care Providers Conference, Chicago, IL. August 8, 2008.


    Presentations at scientific conferences5
    Presentations at Scientific Conferences Initiatives

    • Heath-Baldwin C. Modeling Professional Practice: Do You See What I See? Evaluating Performance During Fieldwork. Illinois Commission on Education Institute at the Illinois Occupational Therapy Association Fall Conference. Springfield, IL. November 13-15, 2008.

    • Hureston L. and Anderson M. Out of Darkness and Into the Light. Presented at the Twenty-Sixth Annual International Nursing Computer and Technology Conference, Las Vegas, NV. July 3-7, 2008. 

    Using cutting –edge technology in the classroom to promote learning

    Dr. Linda Hureston using the “clickers” in her teaching


    Presentations at scientific conferences6
    Presentations at Scientific Conferences Initiatives

    • Austin S. Now That Was Unexpected: Patterns of Unexpected Responses that Reflect Clinical Reasoning in the Allen Diagnostic Module. 89th American Occupational Therapy Association, Houston, TX. April 22-26, 2009.

    • Austin S. Does Clinical Data Match the Theoretical Propositions? A Rasch-Based Validity Study of the Allen Diagnostic Module (2nd ed.) Placemat Task. Seventh Annual Cognitive Symposium. Boston/Natick, MA. November 6-8, 2008.

    This is what mentoring is all about!

    Dr. Sarah Austin and OT students presenting their research at a conference


    Presentations at scientific conferences7
    Presentations at Scientific Conferences Initiatives

    • Mahoney W. Co-occupation between Staff Members and Adults with Developmental Disabilities.89th American Occupational Therapy Association, Houston, TX. April 22-26, 2009.

    • Mahoney W. Occupational Engagement in Adults with Moderate to Severe Developmental Disabilities. Seventh Annual Research Conference of the Society for the Study of Occupation. Fort Lauderdale, FL. October 23-25, 2008.

    AOTA Conference

    Dr. Mahoney presenting her research


    Presentations at scientific conferences8
    Presentations at Scientific Conferences Initiatives

    • Mahoney W. Occupational Engagement in a Day Program for Adults with Developmental Disabilities.89th American Occupational Therapy Association, Houston, TX. April 22-26, 2009.

    • Roundtree L. Life Skill Programming for Pregnant and Parenting Adolescent Girls. 89th American Occupational Therapy Association, Houston, TX. April 22-26, 2009.


    Submitted grants
    Submitted Grants Initiatives

    • Abiona TC, Germain M, Balogun JA. Targeted Breast Health Promotion and Education Program. Submitted to Susan G. Komen Foundation; $75,000; December 2008.

    • Adefuye AA. HIV Prevention Program for High Risk Heterosexual African American Women. Submitted to the Illinois Department of Public Health, $75,000; April 2009.

    • Prendergast P, Balogun JA, Sloan P. Service Learning for Nursing Students. Community Trust Foundation, $54,000; 1/11/2009.

    • Prendergast, P, Balogun JA. Scholarships for Disadvantaged Nursing Students at Chicago State University. United States Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration ($46,457); 07/1/2008 - 06/30/2009.


    Total funding for the year
    Total Funding for the Year Initiatives

    Scholarships

    • OT $20,170

    • Nursing $16,059

      Training

    • TOPS $199,934

    • Community Trust $ 50,000

      TOTAL $ 285,993


    Ongoing research projects
    Ongoing Research Projects Initiatives

    • The HIV/AIDS Research and Policy Institute

      • HIV Risk Behavior of Partners of Incarcerated Individuals – In-depth interviews.

      • HIV Risk Behavior of Partners of Incarcerated Individuals – Large scale survey.

      • Attitudes to Partner Counseling for HIV/AIDS.

      • Students’ HIV Peer-Education Study.


    Graduate students research mentors
    Graduate Students Research Initiatives& Mentors

    • Patel A, RezmerK,Sikander M. Care Giving in Later Life: A Phenomenological Study in the Shift of Occupational Role of Husband to Primary Caregiver of their Disabled Husband.

      • Ms. Elizabeth Wittbrodt, faculty advisor

    • Canna E, Donaldson E, Quinn E, Smith K, Williams D. Parenting Behaviors and Experiences in New Adolescent Mothers.

      • Dr. Leslie Roundtree, faculty advisor.

    • Kinha F, Martin D, Robinson S, Yates. Inter-rater Reliability of the Allen Diagnostic Module (ADM-2)- Placement Task.

      • Dr. Sarah Austin, faculty advisor.


    Professional service
    Professional Service Initiatives

    • Dr. Joseph Balogun served as:

      • an Editorial Board Member for

        • International Journal of Physiotherapy Theory and Practice

        • Turkish Journal of Physical Therapy Rehabilitation

      • External Assessor of the portfolio of a faculty member for promotion to full professor and tenure at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

      • Reviewer for:

        • Journal of Allied Health

        • Perceptual and Motor Skills.

    • Dr. Adedeji Adefuye served as:

      • Reviewer:

        • Of abstracts for the American Public Health Association

        • AIDS Care.


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    Professional Service Initiatives

    • Dr. Titilayo Abiona served as:

      • Reviewer for:

        • The Bulletin of the WHO, Human Resources for Health Journal (WHO)

        • AIDS Care

        • Journal of Women’s Health

    • Dr. William Ebomoyi served as:

      • Editorial Board of the Intellectbase International Consortium Journal.

      • Book Reviewer for Jossey-Bass Publishing: “Public Health Genomics: The Essential

        Dr. Leslie Roundtree served as a:

        Book Reviewer for Jones Bartlett Publishing. "Service Learning in Occupational Therapy"


    Professional service2
    Professional Service Initiatives

    • Dr. Rachelle Stewart served on the:

      • Fellowship Committee of the American Health Information Management Association; Jan-Dec 2008.

      • Education Strategies Committee of the American Health Information Management Association; Jan 09-Dec 2010.

      • Nominating Committee of the Health Information Management Association; July 08 – June 09.

    • Dr. Barbara Price served on the:

      • Research Committee of the American Health Information Management Association; Jan – Dec 2009


    Professional service3
    Professional Service Initiatives

    • Dr. Lisa Young served on the:

      • National League of Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC) as peer evaluator and on the Master’s Subcommittee Task Force

      • Illinois Society of Advanced Practice Nurses Multistate Taskforce on Health Care Access and Reimbursement

    • Elizabeth Wittbrodt served as President of the Illinois Occupational Therapy Association

    • Dr. Linda Hureston served on the :

      • Taskforce on Educator Workforce Diversity

      • National League for Nursing (NLN) as an item writer and as CSU’s ambassador

      • American Nurses Association Task Force on Workplace Violence of the


    Professional service4
    Professional Service Initiatives

    • Dr. Leslie Roundtree participated in the Leadership Fellowship Program of the American Occupational Therapy Association Foundation

    • Dr. Leslie Roundtree elected as Chair of the Morgan Park High School Local School Council; July 2009

    • Mary Anderson served on the:

      • Nursing Education Research Advisory Council (NERAC) of the National League for Nursing (NLN)

      • Task Group on Diversity in the Nurse Educator Workforce of the NLN.


    Recognition awards
    Recognition Awards Initiatives

    • Dr. Rachelle Stewart, HIA Chairperson received a distinguished member award from the Illinois Health Information Management Association at the annual meeting of the association. April 30-May 1, 2009, Lincolnshire, IL.

    • Regina Smith, OT, received a leadership award from the Blue Island Citizens for Persons with Developmental Disabilities. May 6, 2009.

    • Dr. Adedeji Adefuye was elected to the Board of the Black caucus of the American Public Health Association.


    Community service hiv aids research and policy institute
    Community Service: HIV/AIDS Research and Policy Institute Initiatives

    • Hosted “Faces of AIDS” produced by Hollywood actor Bill Dukes on April 222008. Event included a panel discussion

    • Hosted the “I Need You to Survive” African American HIV/AIDS Awareness Walk on May 17, 2008. The event raised over $500.

    • Hosted the National HIV Testing Day on the CSU campus. Provided free HIV testing and health education; June 25, 2008.


    Community service nursing
    Community Service: Nursing Initiatives

    • Dr. Rosemary Rick-Saulsby and 10 nursing students participated in the Arthur Stephens Scholarship Walk on May 2, 2009.

    • Dr. Rosemary Rick-Saulsby and 19 sophomore and junior nursing students participated in the Messiah Temple MB Church Community Health/Wellness Fair on June 13, 2009.

    • Dr. Patricia Prendergast, faculty and 18 junior and senior nursing students participated in the campus Disaster Response Drill in collaboration with Advocate Trinity Hospital; October 31, 2008.


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    Community Service: Nursing Initiatives

    • Debbi Bryant served as a Judge at the Chicago Public Schools’ Annual Science and Math Fair on January 16, 2009.

    • Linda Schaaf and nursing students participated in the St. Elizabeth Seton Parish Health Fair on April 18, 2009.

    • Students in nursing 2100-01/02 presented a Health Literacy Fair and Health Promotion Fair to the campus community on April, 29 2009.


    Community service nursing2
    Community Service: Nursing Initiatives

    The Department of Nursing hosted a national conference on health disparities, August 2008


    Community services nursing
    Community Services: InitiativesNursing

    • The Department co-sponsored a presentation by Dr. Cheryl Woodson entitled “Surviving Care giving” on March 13, 2009

    • Linda Schaaf represented the department at the Jesse Brown VA Career Fair on March 31, 2009


    Community service hia
    Community Service: InitiativesHIA

    • On November 19th, senior students held an in-service workshop for Chicago area health information professionals. The topics includes health informatics, ergonomics and alternative career paths.

    • HIA students celebrated Health Information & Technology Week, Nov. 3 – 7, 2008.

    • HIA students celebrated Privacy & Security Week, April 13 – 17, 2009. students competed in quizzes and games.


    Community service ot
    Community Service: InitiativesOT

    • Regina Smith and 8 OT students participated in the annual field fun day for for children with disabilities at Davis Developmental Center, on May 25, 2009

    • SOTA held a supply drive for PAWS Chicago in Fall 2009; homeless shelter, Cathedral Shelter, in Spring 2009.

    • Three OT students volunteered at Misericordia Heart of Mercy, a residential setting for individuals with developmental disabilities on April 11, 2009 from 11am-2pm. 


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    Community Service: InitiativesOT

    • In OT 5211(Program Planning for Populations) course, students provided health promotion education services at 6 CBOs; Spring 2009.

    • OT students provided service at the Exploring Educational Innovations for Students with Special Needs Conference organized by La Rabida Children’s Hospital and Rehab Tech Restoring Hope on April 24, 2009


    Social events hia
    Social Events: HIA Initiatives

    • An Open House was held on April 15th during National Privacy & Security Week. Several prospective students attended the event. Junior students served as hosts.

    • A luncheon was held for graduating HIA students on May 6, 2009.


    Social events ot
    Social Events: InitiativesOT

    • Annual Family Night held September 10, 2008: pre-professional & professional students and alumni attended.

    • The Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA) held a welcome back potluck on February 5, 2009.

    • Department graduation celebration was organized for the Class of 2009 on May 14, 2009.


    Social events nursing
    Social Events: InitiativesNursing

    • Fall welcome/orientation session for students; October 16, 2009.

    • Spring welcome/orientation session for students; January 14, 2009.

    • Family Night celebration for faculty and students and their families; March 6, 2009.

    • Freshmen student welcome/orientation session; April 30, 2009.


    College faculty development committee sponsored workshop
    College Faculty Development Committee Sponsored Workshop Initiatives

    • Statistical Applications in Health Research Presented by Titilayo Colette Abiona, MD on Thursday, April 9, 2009, 12:00 P.M. — 3:00 P.M.


    Students on the Dean’s List were honored at the Dean’s “Stellar Scholar” Luncheon held October 2008 and April 23, 2009


    Department of occupational therapy certification examination results
    Department of Occupational Therapy “Stellar Scholar” Luncheon held October 2008 and April 23, 2009Certification Examination Results

    CSU State National Norms

    2004 88% NR 84%

    2005 90% NR 83%

    2006 100% NR 87%

    2007 100% NR 87%

    2008 78% NR 85%

    * NR = Not reported


    Department of nursing nclex rn results
    Department of Nursing “Stellar Scholar” Luncheon held October 2008 and April 23, 2009NCLEX-RN Results

    CSU State National Norms

    2004 89% 87% 85%

    2005 86% 89% 87%

    2006 96% 89% 88%

    2007 80% 86% 85%

    2008 97% 90% 87%


    CSU “Stellar Scholar” Luncheon held October 2008 and April 23, 2009 State & National Norms

    2004 100% NR 84%

    2005 100% NR 87%

    2006 100% NR 88%

    2007 57% NR 69%

    2008 50%* NR 69%

    * Incomplete result

    NR= Not Reported by HIMA

    Department of Health Information Administration

    Certification Examination Results


    Scholarship activities college aggregate data
    Scholarship Activities “Stellar Scholar” Luncheon held October 2008 and April 23, 2009 College Aggregate Data


    Service activities college aggregate data
    Service Activities: “Stellar Scholar” Luncheon held October 2008 and April 23, 2009 College Aggregate Data


    Number of faculty by department
    Number of Faculty By Department “Stellar Scholar” Luncheon held October 2008 and April 23, 2009




    Enrollment by department
    Enrollment Department By Department



    Professional program cost index by department
    Professional Program Cost Index DepartmentBy Department


    Thank You Department


    Part iv program assessment introduction

    Part IV: Department

    Program Assessment

    Introduction



    Assessment defined
    Assessment Defined Department

    The Higher Learning Commission defines assessment of student learning as a participatory, iterative process that:

    • Provides data on students’ learning

    • Engages the stakeholders in analyzing and using the data to confirm and improve teaching and learning

      Student Learning, Assessment and Accreditation: Criteria and Contexts Workshop by the Higher Learning Commission, July 26-28, 2006. 


    Rationale for program assessment
    Rationale for Program Assessment Department

    • Produces evidence that students are learning the outcomes intended

    • Guides stakeholders in making educational and institutional improvements

    • Evaluates whether programmatic changes made improve/impact student learning, and documents the learning and efforts


    Fundamental assessment questions
    Fundamental Assessment Questions Department

    • How are your stated learning outcomes appropriate to your mission, programs, students and degrees?

    • How do you ensure shared responsibility for student learning and assessment of student learning?

    • What evidence do you have that students achieve your stated learning outcomes?

    • In what ways do you analyze and use evidence of student learning?

    • How do you evaluate and improve the effectiveness of your efforts to assess and improve student learning?


    Acknowledgements
    Acknowledgements Department

    • Ivonne Anguh for assisting with the production of the slides

    • Sandra Fuller for coordinating the production of the compendium


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