Innovations in Health Professions Education Series

Session 4: Beyond the Frame: Improving Healthcare Communication with Visual Art
Time: February 9, 2023, Noon to 1 p.m.
Speaker: Julia Langley, MA, MBA


Julia Langley, MA, MBA, Faculty Director, Georgetown Lombardi Arts and Humanities Program, works towards the integration of music, visual arts, expressive writing, and dance into healthcare and medical training. At MedStar Georgetown University Hospital (MGUH), Langley leads a program of fifteen professional artists-in-residence, and two Georgetown University undergraduate student groups. As a core faculty member of Georgetown’s Medical Humanities Initiative, Langley teaches courses for undergraduates as well as medical and nursing students. Langley lectures nationally and internationally, serves as a peer reviewer, and is currently working with Georgetown’s Laboratory on Neurophysiology and Behaviour, as well as the MGUH Liver Transplant Institute on a National Endowment for the Arts funded research project on the healing power of music.
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Session 1: Creating and Using Question-Driven Learning: Outcomes and Reflections from a Post-COVID Teaching Experience
November 9, 2020, Noon to 1 p.m.
Speaker: Ryan Downey, PhD
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Session 2: Interactive Online Teaching
January 12, 2021, Noon to 1 p.m.
Speakers: Yvonne Hernandez, Ph.D., Jessica Jones, Ph.D., Jennifer Whitney, Ph.D.
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Session 3: Using Social Media in Health Professions Education
March 23, 2021, Noon to 1 p.m.
Speakers: Aykut √úren, MD, Beje Thomas, MD, Sarah Thornton, MD
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Reference One: Tracking the Scholarly Conversation in Health
Reference Two: 2020 AMA Social Media Guide Professionalism
Reference Three: JGME Social Media Promotion
Reference Four: Documenting Social Media Engagement as Scholarship
Reference Five: Behavior on Social Media for Surgeons
Reference Six: Academic Advancement and Social Media
Reference Seven: Pediatric Program Directors Should have an Active Presence on
Twitter

Reference Eight: Social Media, Digital Scholarship, and Academic Promotion in US Medical Schools