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College of Health Sciences

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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  1. College of Health Sciences 10th Annual Retreat Friday, August 28, 2009 Venue: Douglas Hall, 120 A Time: 10 AM – 4:30 PM

  2. 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

  3. Part I: PreambleAdditions to the Family • Beverley Letcher • IvonneAnguh • Dr. Wanda Mahoney • Dr. Patrick Williams

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. State of the College Report Part II: 10-year Review: 1999-2008

  11. 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

  12. 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

  13. Attendance Status Fall 1999 Fall 2008

  14. Gender Profile • . • . Fall 1999 Fall 2008

  15. Age Profile

  16. EthnicityProfile Ethnicity 1999 Ethnicity 2008

  17. Statehood Fall 1999 Fall 2008

  18. Ten Year Enrollment Data by Program

  19. 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

  20. 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

  21. Summary of Program Development

  22. 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

  23. 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

  24. 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

  25. 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.

  26. Nursing Graduates' Performance on the NCLEX-RN

  27. 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

  28. 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

  29. Recruitment Strategies • First College at CSU to produce recruitment video & CD-ROMS • Video is available on the College webpage

  30. Recruitment Strategies • Advertisement in Selected Print Media:Leraza • Linkage with local community colleges- TAHEP • Career “pipeline” programs

  31. Recruitment Strategies • Subscription to online recruitment databases: • All Allied Health Schools http://allalliedhealthschools.com • All Nursing Schools http://allnursingschools.com

  32. Source: http://AllAlliedHealthSchools.com

  33. 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

  34. 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

  35. Public Relations 12 new brochures were produced within the year to better market our academic programs

  36. Public Relations 1st College at CSU to produce a Newsletter

  37. 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.

  38. Retention Activities • 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

  39. Full Accreditation • 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

  40. Interdisciplinary Education Curriculum Innovations We changed the paradigm of educating health sciences students by embracing the interdisciplinary model

  41. Interdisciplinary Courses • 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

  42. Service Learning Clinical Sites • 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

  43. Service Learning Clinical Sites • 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

  44. Service Learning Projects • 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.

  45. Whiz Kids Developmental Center • Servicing low income families • Helping kids with homework • Teaching proper manners and social etiquette • Teaching Spanish

  46. Whiz Kids Developmental Center • Provide fun activities- games, sports- for kids • Students assist with providing a sanitary, germ-free, safe and pleasant learning environment

  47. Sankofa • Students assist staff working on home ownership, economic development issues • Provide awareness about breast, cervical and prostate cancer • HIV prevention education

  48. St James Social Care Program • Distribution of food to the homeless • Health education on breast cancer • HIV education and distribution of literature

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