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Ann C. Joyce, PhD©

5125 Palm Springs Blvd. #12205

Tampa, FL 33612

813-382-6608 or 813-396-9639 (work)

Ajoyce@health.usf.edu (work) or anng96@gmail.com (personal)


EDUCATION       PhD Curriculum and Instruction – December 2015 (anticipated)

                                   Doctoral Candidate

                                    University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

                                    Concentration in Higher Education Administration

 

                                   Masters of Science – December 2006

                                    University of St. Francis, Joliet, IL

                                    Major: Adult Education – Training and Development

                                    Minor: Hospital Administration

 

                                    Bachelors of Arts – December 2001

                                    University of South Florida, Tampa, FL         

                                    Major: Psychology

 

CERTIFICATES   2012    USF Financial Training Certificate

                                    2007    USF Train the Trainer Certificate

 

HONORS                 2009    University of South Florida - Outstanding Staff Award

                                    2005    Moffitt Cancer Center - Award of Excellence

                                    2003    Moffitt Cancer Center – Award of Excellence

                                    2001    Tomlin Temps - Temp of the Quarter


PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Learning Facilitator, USF College of Medicine, Tampa, FL             June 15, 2007-present

  • In this managerial position I am responsible for the residents and fellows graduate  medical education.  In this position I manage the day-to-day compliance of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and USF GME policies and procedures.  My duties include but are not limited to: managing payroll,budgets, data collection and reporting, accreditation maintenance, resident recruitment, evaluation and assessment, credentialing, education curriculum development, generate and distribute schedules, research assistance, coordinate resident functions, provide leadership develop educational programs, activities, and act as a liaison between all the Tampa Bay hospitals and attendings. 

Clinical Office Manager, Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL            Jan 05-June 07           

  • This was a managerial position in which I organized office operations and procedures, prepared payroll, controlled correspondence, reviewed and approved supply, oversaw billing, coding, transcriptions, and collections, supervised and maintained office staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees and physicians.

 Medical Event Planner, Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL             Jan 00-Jan 2007

  • This position entailed managing national conferences and developing accredited CME programs.  Logistics included building community relationships, networking with pharmaceutical companies and societies, programming, and advocacy for educational oncology events. A major responsibility included fund development and budget management. A large part of event planning involved writing goals and objectives, strategic plans, policies, procedures, and institutional goals.
PUBLICATIONS:       
  • Joyce, A. and Young, W. (2014) Student Affairs in student family matters.  Cox, T. (Eds.), Case studies for the new professor: Surviving the jungle of the academy. (pp. 52-53). Charlotte, NC. Information Age Publishing, Inc.

 GRANTS:                    

  • Ossur (2015 and 2014) Sports Medicine Fellowship Education Grant ($30,000)
  • Stryker (2015) Resident Education Grant ($5,000)
  • Biomet (2015) Resident Education Grant ($5,000)
  • Depuy (2015) Resident Education Grant ($5,000)
  • Globus (2015) Resident Education Grant ($10,000)
  • Pediatric Orthopaedics (2013, 2014 and 2015) ($5,000)

 PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

  • 2015-Present    The International Women’s Leadership Association
  • 2008-Present    Council of Orthopaedic Residency Directors (CORD)
  • 2008-Present    Association of Residency Coordinators in Orthopaedic Surgery (ARCOS)
  • 2007-Present    Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)

SERVICE LEADERSHIP:                  

  • 2012-2014         USF Administrative and Professional Council

SKILLS:                     

  • E*Value                     Faculty Activity Reporting (FAR)
  • Microsoft 2010         CERTs
  • Excel                           OASIS
  • Outlook                      Sharefile
  • CODA                         ACGME ADS
  • New Innovations       Electronic Residency Application System
  • Canvas                         Central Application Service
  • GEMS                          Visiting Student Application System



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Ann Joyce,
Jul 15, 2015, 12:10 PM
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