Center for innovation and leadership in education

Sixth Annual colloquium for educations in the health professions 

 

Call for Abstracts

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Submissions close on February 28, 2019 at 11:59pm

 For more information please visit bit.ly/MSH-GUMC

 

The MedStar Health - Georgetown University Research Symposium and Sixth Annual Colloquium for Educators in the Health Professions are open to all members of the research and education community interested in learning more about scholarship at MedStar and Georgetown.

The Symposium offers the opportunity to connect with researchers, educators, residents, executive leaders, and collaborative partners from across the region and our system to build meaningful relationships to further advance the health of our community.

This year, the GUMC’s Center for Innovation and Leadership in Education (CENTILE) will be hosting the Sixth Annual Colloquium for Educators in the Health Professions together with the MedStar Health—Georgetown University Research Symposium.  For more information please visit bit.ly/MSH-GUMC

The Colloquium is an opportunity for those across the system focused on education to gather, share ideas, and learn together.

Abstract submissions for the 2019 MedStar Health—Georgetown University Research Symposium and Colloquium for Educators in the Health Professions are now being accepted!

All MedStar and Georgetown physicians, nurses, researchers, staff, residents, and fellows are encouraged to submit abstracts for the Research Symposium.

All faculty, staff, and trainees are encouraged to submit abstracts for the Colloquium.

Submissions close at 11:59 pm on Thursday, February 28.

For information on past colloquiums please click here

 

IAMSE Webinar series

CENTILE is pleased to offer the IAMSE Winter 2019 Web Seminar Series

"The Learning Environment in Health Sciences Education”

The 2019 winter series of the IAMSE webinar program will focus on the role of the learning environment in health science education. The significance and importance of the learning environment is based on the assumption that a poor environment is associated with poor student performance, burn-out and stress. Numerous reports of students experiencing increased levels of unprofessional behavior and mistreatment on the part of faculty, residents, staff and other students have raised concerns about student well-being, professional development, and accreditation requirements. As a result, a major emphasis on the part of health science educators today is to evaluate the learning environment, identify areas of concern, and take measures to address these issues.

Join us on Thursdays from January 10-February 7, 2019 at noon

January 10, 2019 - Overview & Introduction of the Learning Environment. Presented by Larry Gruppen, PhD

January 17, 2019 – “The Learning Environment: An International Perspective”.  Presented by Sean Tackett, MD, MPH

January 24, 2019 – “The Learning Environment During Residency”.  Presented by John Co, MD

January 31, 2019 - Learning Environment Panel featuring Discussions from Osteopathic, Nursing and PA Perspectives. Panel Members: Luke Mortensen, PhD, Cindy Anderson, PhD and Karen Hills, MS, PA-C

February 7, 2019 - System and Case Studies.  Presented by Dan Harrington, MD

We will be sending the access information on the Tuesday prior to each session.

Please click here to register