Dr. Kirsti A. Dyer’s Online Experience – As a Professor, an Instructor and a Student.
CERTIFIED INSTRUCTOR ONLINE EDUCATION – Online Certificate in Online Teaching, Cerro Coso College. Completed 2005.
CERTIFIED ONLINE INSTRUCTOR – Online Instructor Certification, Madonna University. Completed 2007.
ONLINE INSTRUCTOR EXPERIENCE
INSTRUCTOR – WebCT. Biology 50 – Nutrition. Columbia College. Winter 2005 – Present. Currently teaching 17th semester of Nutrition.
INSTRUCTOR – Teach & Confer through CCCConfer, www.cccconfer.org. Online Lectures as Virtual Substitute for Biology 50 Course.
INSTRUCTOR – Blackboard. HSP 5200 – Grieving Family Systems. Madonna University. Winter 2007, Winter 2008.
INSTRUCTOR – Coping with Change: Enhancing Ways of Facing Life Challenges. Online e-Course Focus Group. November 2004.
COURSEWEAR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, e-LEARNING SYSTEM EXPERIENCE
Instructor, WebCT – Biology 50, Nutrition. Columbia College. 2005 – 2008.
Instructor, Blackboard – HSP 5200, Grieving Family Systems. Madonna University. 2007 – 2008.
Instructor, Moodle – Developing and Maintaining Mock Course “Challenges & Sorrows: Understanding Loss & Finding Meaning in Grief” as part of “Introduction to Teaching with Moodle” workshop offered by @ONE.
Primary Content Manager, Zope – Developed, Created all HTML pages and Maintained Journey of Hearts website for 8 years. Using Zope-based Content Management System for past 5 years.
Content Contributor, Plone – NCI-UC P/EOL Grant. Experience using Plone-based System, Spring 2006 – Fall 2007.
Student, Blackboard – Completed four Online Graduate Courses in Blackboard as part of Distance Learning Certificate Program in Medical Informatics through Oregon Health Sciences University, 2000-2002.
DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES – Highlights
ONLINE CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS – Program in Integrative Medicine, Nutrition & Cardiovascular Disease. 18 Continuing Education Units. In Progress. University of Arizona College of Medicine
ONLINE CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS – Program in Integrative Medicine, Nutrition & Cancer. 18 Continuing Education Units. University of Arizona College of Medicine
ONLINE FACULTY TRAINING – Online Certificate in Online Teaching , Introduction to Moodle Course.
ONLINE CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS – Bereavement Services Online Training, Series of Three Courses in Bereavement. 3.4 Continuing Education Hours.
- Communicating with the Bereaved
- Theoretical Framework of Grief
- Caring for the Family Experiencing Perinatal Loss – An Introduction to RTS
ONLINE CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS – Hundreds of Online Continuing Medical Education hours.
ONLINE POST DOC STUDENT – Grief and Bereavement, HSci 210 George Washington University Medical Center, Health Sciences Distance Learning, Spring 2003 Semester.
ONLINE GRADUATE STUDENT – Four Online Graduate Courses as part of Distance Learning Program in Medical Informatics through Oregon Health Sciences University, 2000-2002.
PRESENTATIONS ABOUT MEDICAL INTERNET / WEB EDUCATION
PRESENTER, Introducing Scientific Journal Writing in the Undergraduate Setting. First Annual Northern California Science Education Symposium (NCSES), Hosted by University of California, Davis; California State University, Sacramento, May 2006.
CURRICULUM CONTRIBUTOR – “Journey of Hearts: From Idea to Reality” presented at the ITCH 2000 in August included as an example of Patient education and informatics in the Recommended reading list for MINF 520 Consumer Healthcare Informatics at Oregon Health Sciences University, Spring 2001.
PRESENTER CME’s, Medical Internet Ethics: A Field in Evolution. Medinfo 2001. London, England. Sept. 2001.
PRESENTER, Journey of Hearts: From Idea to Reality, ITCH 2000, International Conference Addressing Information Technology in Community Health. Victoria, BC, Canada, August 2000.
PRESENTER, MEDNET ’99 September 1999 Heidelberg, Germany. Tutorial/Workshop – “Learn HTML In Heidelberg.” Presentation – “Lessons & Insights Learned from Creating a Unique Integrative Medical Website for Web-education.”
PRESENTER & E-RESEARCHER, Internet Resources on Grief, Loss, PTSD and Bereavement – Fall 1999 for the National Center for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and subsequent courses.
PRESENTER & E-RESEARCHER, Grief and Loss Internet Resources – Summer 1999 for UC Berkeley Extension course, Changing Paradigms in Loss and Grief for the New Century.
PRESENTER & E-RESEARCHER, Medical Art Therapy Internet Resources – Summer 1999 for UC Berkeley Extension course, Medical Art Therapy.
PRESENTER, MEDNET ’98 November 1998 London, England. Electronic Poster Presentation, “Using the Internet for Patient and Physician Web-education and Health Promotion” at the World Congress on the Internet in Medicine.
PUBLICATIONS ABOUT MEDICAL INTERNET / WEB EDUCATION
Dyer KA. “Ethical Challenges of the Medical Healthcare Internet.” Uploaded to .docstoc a place to find and share professional documents in April 2008.
Dyer KA. 2002. Using a Website for Patient Web-Education. Journey of Hearts.
Dyer KA. Ethical Challenges of Medicine and Health on the Internet: A Review. J Med Internet Res 2001, June 28; 3 (2): e23
Dyer KA. Multimedia Appendix on JMIR. Downloadable slides of the presentation “Medical Internet Ethics: A Field in Evolution.”Medinfo’01, Sept 2001, London.
Dyer, KA. Thompson CD. Journey of Hearts: From Idea to Reality A Website for Web-education on Grief and Loss. ITCH 2000. (Information Technology in community Health) Conference Proceedings. University of Victoria, School of Information Health Sciences.
Dyer KA. Thompson CD. Internet Use for Web-education on the Overlooked Areas of Grief and Loss. CyberPsychology and Behavior. 2000; 3(2):255-270.
Dyer, KA, Thompson CD. Triad of Medical Web-Education Advantages of Using a Website for Patient Web-Education. JAMIP. November 1, 1999.
Dyer, KA, Thompson, CD. Lessons and Insights Learned from Creating a Unique Integrative Medical Website for Web-education. Presented at World Congress for the Internet in Medicine, MEDNET ’99 Heidelberg, Germany.
Dyer KA, Thompson CD, Reis O. Romer S. Using the Internet for Patient and Physician Web-education and Health Promotion. Presented at World Congress for the Internet in Medicine, MEDNET ’98, London, England.