NPPCN releases fellowship by election list

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Dear Colleagues,

The Governing Council at its meeting of April 2014 approved the list of successful applicants for Fellowship by Election.

The following applicants have been found suitable to be conferred with the Fellowship of the NPPCN. There are two others whose applications are yet to be concluded. They are being contacted for some clarifications.


11JAIYESIMI, Adeoluwa Olugbenga
22AJIBOYE, Olufunke Adewumi
31IYOR, Fidelis Terhemen
42FANIRAN, Felix Olukayode
51OYEYEMI, Adetoyeje Yoonus
61TAIWO, Oladapo Olufunmilola
72OLAWALE, Olajide Ayinla
83OYEWUMI, Taiwo Joseph
94HAMZAT, Talhatu Kolapo
105OLAOGUN, Matthew Olatokunbo
111ODOLE, Adesola Christianah
122FOLUWASADE, Adejumoke Elizabeth
133ONUWE, Henry Adeiza Kehinde
144RAJI, Ronke Moriye
155OJOAWO, Adesola Ojo
166OYEKOYA, Olusimbo Olawunmi
177ADEGOKE, Babatunde Adeleke
188EGWU, Michael Ogbonnia
199AKINBO, Sunday
2010ONIGBINDE, Teslim
2111MOGBO, Paschal O
2212AYANNIYI, Olusola
231OLASEINDE, Raymond Oluseyi
241TELLA,Bosede Abidemi
252OYELESE, Olubukola Babatunde

Final conferment is however conditional on the following:

1.         Payment of any outstanding obligation to the Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy (NSP) and the Medical Rehabilitation Therapists Registration Board (MRTB) before the end of June 2014.

2.         Participation in the 3 Training-the-Trainers Workshops

3.         Payment of appropriate fees to the NPPCN




There is an online course from the University of Michigan that is relevant to our pursuit. Prospective Fellows may want to participate in this free online course. The only payment is for the Certificate (if desirable) after the completion of the course and examination. The course is accessible through

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Below is a highlight of what the course entails:


Instructional Methods in Health Professions Education

This course provides those involved in educating members of the health professions an asynchronous, interdisciplinary, and interactive way to obtain, expand, and improve their teaching skills. These skills can then be applied within their own professional context, with a variety of learners, extending across many stages.

About the Course

After completing this course, learners will:

1. Understand educational theory as it relates to health professions education

2. Match instructional methods with desired educational outcomes

3. Learn a variety of applied teaching techniques

4. Share successful teaching strategies


Course Format

  • Module 1 Adult Learning Theory
    • Learning styles and motivation
    • Metacognition
    • Social learning
    • Professional identity formation
  • Module 2 Intended Learning Outcomes
    • Bloom’s taxonomy
    • Miller’s pyramid and clinical competence
    • Dreyfus model of skill acquisition
  • Module 3 Instructional design and individual assessment
    • Multiple-choice question writing
    • Skill assessment
    • Oral presentations
    • Rubrics and standardization
  • Module 4 Instructional techniques: Knowledge Transfer
    • Active learning in large lecture formats
    • Supportive questioning
    • “Big Ticket” technique
  • Module 5 Instructional techniques: Skill Development
    • Simulation
    • Teaching with data
    • Clinical reasoning
  • Module 6 Instructional techniques: Attitudes
    • Reflection
    • Feedback
    • Incorporating art, music, and theatre
  • Module 7 Instructional techniques: Teaching with technology
    • Large lecture formats
    • Synchronous vs. asynchronous formats
    • High fidelity clinical simulations
  • Module 8 Application of instructional methods (capstone)
    • Within learners’ specific context
    • Sharing best practices with others

Course at a Glance

8 weeks

6-8 hours of work / week


English subtitles


Caren Stalburg

University of Michigan

For further information kindly contact the Registrar of the College, Rev'd Adeoluwa Jaiyesinmi