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When & Where

daterange Jun 04 - Nov 05, 2020

location Webinar

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Description

1st Thursday of the Month at 1:00 pm Eastern Time

Instructions to access the webinar will be sent via email 1 week prior to the conference date.

All Sessions are 60 minutes in length.

Agenda

Apr 09 2020

Agenda in pdf format

Agenda in pdf format

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Jun 04 2020

Faculty Development for Where the Puck Will Be in 2025: Aurora Health Care and Advocate Health Care

Faculty Development for Where the Puck Will Be in 2025: Aurora Health Care and Advocate Health Care

Judith Gravdal, MD, Chair, Family Medicine, Advocate Lutheran General Hospital

Carla Kelly, DO, Chair and Program Director, Obstetrics-Gynecology, Aurora Health

Tricia La Fratta, MBA, Manager, Graduate Medical Education, Aurora Health Care

Deborah Simpson, PhD, Director of Education, Academic Affairs, Aurora Health Care

LuAnn Wilkerson, EdD, Associate Dean for Assessment & Faculty Development and Professor of Medical Education, Dell Medical School at the University of Texas

The roles and expectations of educators are growing/changing in response to the evolution of medicine and the sciences of improvement, learning and teaching. These changes require that GME faculty accept new educator roles and perform in existing educator roles with more expertise, while maintaining the long-held purpose of educating the next generation of physicians. With the new ACGME Faculty Development (FD) requirements, many GME leaders and faculty are struggling to provide meaningful and cogent FD.  This session will activate participants to identify barriers to FD, use those barriers to identify realistic 1st solution steps resulting in practical approaches to 2025 educator role-based FD.

Jul 02 2020

Supporting Inclusion Culture: Creating a Forum for Safe Discussion: Grant Medical Center and Riverside Methodist Hospital - OhioHealth

Supporting Inclusion Culture: Creating a Forum for Safe Discussion: Grant Medical Center and Riverside Methodist Hospital - OhioHealth

Joel Shaw MD, Director of Medical Education, Grant Medical Center

Nanette Lacuesta, MD, System Program Director, Student Outreach, OhioHealth

As we strive to have more diversity within residency programs, we must make a conscious effort to also support inclusion. We define inclusion as an environment where all can thrive and succeed while being their whole selves. Residency programs are skilled in teaching clinical skills, but often struggle teaching cultural competency and developing a safe environment for this discussion. This session will assist in self-assessment of your program’s inclusion efforts and provide a model to develop a case-based curriculum to open discussion and learning around inclusion and cultural competence. This session will include education and role modeling on facilitating discussions following the tenets of emotional intelligence (EQ) and allow participants the opportunity to practice facilitation of a group discussion.

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