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daterange May 06 - Aug 05, 2021

location Virtual

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Description

We are pleased to announce a new webinar series on Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI)  each month (May-August) at 1:00 pm Eastern Time.  All sessions are 50 minutes in length.  Instructions to access the webinar will be sent via email 1 week prior to the webinar date.

Agenda

May 01 2021

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May 06 2021

JEDI Series - DEI, Anti-Racism Competencies and the Clinical Learning Environment

JEDI Series - DEI, Anti-Racism Competencies and the Clinical Learning Environment

Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC)

Lisa Howley, PhD, Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives & Partnerships in Medical Education, AAMC and Select NI V Team Leaders

Jun 03 2021

I Wish I had Said Something...Learning to Be an Active Bystander/Upstander in the Face of Microaggressions

I Wish I had Said Something...Learning to Be an Active Bystander/Upstander in the Face of Microaggressions

Lahey Hospital & Medical Center

Jalil Afnan, MD, MRCS, Designated Institutional Official

Anne Mosenthal, MD, FACS, Chief Academic Officer

Sheri Keitz, MD, PhD, Chair, Department of Medicine

Elizabeth Nilson, MD, MPH, FACP, Program Director, Internal Medicine

Microaggressions continue to surface during daily interactions with patients, among caregivers and elsewhere in our Healthcare organizations. This has a negative impact on healthcare access and delivery, education and undermines personal and team well-being. This session will define microaggressions, provide historical context and current impact on Healthcare Institutions. Facilitators will lead participants in a review and discussion of microaggressions based on real vignettes. There will be a focus on how to challenge these behaviors, mechanisms to report such occurrences and expectations for Leadership and Institutional response. Key points will be reviewed in a final session, and participants will receive a list of reference publications and notable National initiatives that support best practice.  

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