Upcoming Events

Title:Pets and their impact on faculty well being
Date:Wednesday, March 10, 2021
Time:12:00pm - 1:00pm
Presenter:Jean Bailey
Registration:Registration is required for this event.
Description:

More information forthcoming.

 

Presenters: Jean Bailey, PhD; Nancy Gee, PhD; Lisa Townsend, PhD

Title:IAMSE 2021 Spring Webinar Series: "Strategies to Recognize and Address Implicit or Explicit Bias in Small Group Teaching"
Date:Thursday, March 11, 2021
Time:12:00pm - 1:00pm
Presenter:IAMSE
Categories:TEACH
Description:

Strategies for Promoting Inclusivity in Health Sciences Education

Join us for the IAMSE 2021 Spring webinar series which will explore strategies for inclusive teaching. By the end of the series, you will have acquired skills to create inclusive and equitable content and learning environments. Topics covered in this series include:

  • March 4 at 12pm EST: Creating Diverse, Equitable and Inclusive Content in Health in Medical Education
  • March 11 at 12pm EST: Strategies to Recognize and Address Implicit or Explicit Bias in Small Group Teaching
  • March 18 at 12pm EST: Achieving Equity in Assessment for Clinical Learners
  • March 25 at 12pm EST: Pathways & Pipelines: Approaches to Increasing Diversity in the Health Professions
  • April 1 at 12pm EST: Surviving Club Quarantine: Establishing Mentorship and Maintaining Wellness in a Diverse Student Population

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Direct Link: https://julnet.swoogo.com/spring21inst/begin?reg_type_id=142763

 

By signing up, you’ll receive notifications about the series. This includes:

  • Weekly Zoom links to join the sessions
  • Handouts and special materials from the speakers
  • Archive link to each session after it has aired

For more information about this series go to: https://julnet.swoogo.com/spring21inst

If you have any questions, please feel free to email deborah.stewart@vcuhealth.org or Katherine.henderson@vcuhealth.org.

Sponsored by VCU School of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs.  For a list of upcoming faculty development events, go to https://vcuhealth.libcal.com/calendar/somofacal.

Title:(via Zoom) AAMC MERC Workshop: "Scholarly Writing: Publishing Medical Education Research"
Date:Thursday, March 11, 2021
Time:5:30pm - 8:30pm
Presenter:Dr. Jean Bailey, Kathy Kreutzer, and Dr. Ashlie Tseng, VCU School of Medicine
Categories:DISCOVER
Registration:Registration is required for this event.
Description:

Join us via Zoom* for this AAMC MERC Workshop, Scholarly Writing: Publishing Medical Education Research,” facilitated by Dr. Jean Bailey, Kathy Kreutzer, and Dr. Ashlie Tseng, VCU School of Medicine. In this session, the skills of scholarly writing will be explored through the lens of analyzing a manuscript that was accepted for publication. Register early, space is limited to 25 participants!   Open to the VCU Community. 

The participants will examine review criteria that are used by healthcare education journals and apply them to a sample manuscript. In discussing scholarly writing the participants will make a decision about the type of feedback they would give to the authors of the sample paper.  After participating in this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the components of a scholarly publication;
  • Discuss how to frame a problem statement;
  • Identify an effective Research Question;
  • Discuss whether the Design/method is appropriate to the question;
  • Discuss whether the authors have applied the best data collection methods to the appropriate sample;
  • Understand the Results section and how to present results in a clear manner.

*Registration closes and Zoom information is sent 1 hour before the event at the email you provided during registration. For help after registration closes, deborah.stewart@vcuhealth or Katherine.henderson@vcuhealth.org.
Sponsored by VCU School of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs. For questions, contact deborah.stewart@vcuhealth.org.

For a list of upcoming faculty development events, go to https://vcuhealth.libcal.com/calendar/somofacal.

Title:IAMSE 2021 Spring Webinar Series: "Achieving Equity in Assessment for Clinical Learners"
Date:Thursday, March 18, 2021
Time:12:00pm - 1:00pm
Presenter:IAMSE
Categories:TEACH
Description:

Strategies for Promoting Inclusivity in Health Sciences Education

Join us for the IAMSE 2021 Spring webinar series which will explore strategies for inclusive teaching. By the end of the series, you will have acquired skills to create inclusive and equitable content and learning environments. Topics covered in this series include:

  • March 4 at 12pm EST: Creating Diverse, Equitable and Inclusive Content in Health in Medical Education
  • March 11 at 12pm EST: Strategies to Recognize and Address Implicit or Explicit Bias in Small Group Teaching
  • March 18 at 12pm EST: Achieving Equity in Assessment for Clinical Learners
  • March 25 at 12pm EST: Pathways & Pipelines: Approaches to Increasing Diversity in the Health Professions
  • April 1 at 12pm EST: Surviving Club Quarantine: Establishing Mentorship and Maintaining Wellness in a Diverse Student Population

Interested?
Click the Button Below!

We’ve paid for your registration; all you need to do is sign up!
You only need to register one time for the full series by following these steps:

Enter Name & Email

Registrant type: Choose “Register for full series” (click Continue)

Institution: VCU School of Medicine

Create password (click Continue)

Click Continue until you get to the confirmation page (“Thank you for Registering)
Close your browser


Register People at Your Institution

  

Direct Link: https://julnet.swoogo.com/spring21inst/begin?reg_type_id=142763

 

By signing up, you’ll receive notifications about the series. This includes:

  • Weekly Zoom links to join the sessions
  • Handouts and special materials from the speakers
  • Archive link to each session after it has aired

For more information about this series go to: https://julnet.swoogo.com/spring21inst

If you have any questions, please feel free to email deborah.stewart@vcuhealth.org or Katherine.henderson@vcuhealth.org.

Sponsored by VCU School of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs.  For a list of upcoming faculty development events, go to https://vcuhealth.libcal.com/calendar/somofacal.

Title:HSES: Opening Keynote: 2021 Virtual VCU Health Sciences Education Symposium
Date:Tuesday, March 23, 2021
Time:12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location:via Zoom
Categories:DISCOVER
Description:

The 2021 Virtual Health Sciences Education Symposium will celebrate educational scholarship across the continuum of health sciences education. The theme for 2021 is Times of Change: Educational scholarship during major transition. Join fellow educators, leaders, and learners to promote the scholarship of teaching and learning.

This is a multi-day event running from March 23-26, 12:00-1:00 p.m. 

Register Here!

When ready, the agenda and session information will be found at go.vcu.edu/VCUhses. The symposium will include both synchronous and asynchronous activities, with a keynote presentation to kick off the event.

Visit go.vcu.edu/VCUhses for more information!


The last several months have been both challenging and transformational for trainees, scholars, educators and practitioners in the health sciences education. The results of these transformations not only highlight our ability to adapt and grow, but also reveal our narratives of success. We want to celebrate these! The review committee will be seeking proposals that utilize innovative and scholarly approaches of addressing challenges in three topic areas:

  1. Diversity and Inclusion and/or Equity in health sciences education
  2. Online Engagement of health sciences students and trainees
  3. Wellness within health sciences education 

Program Goals:

  • Share health sciences educational innovations and scholarship occurring at VCU.
  • Provide a forum for presentation, discussion, and feedback for scholarly work to advance new and ongoing education research.
  • Network with faculty, trainees, and students interested in promoting educational excellence.

 Register Here!

Visit go.vcu.edu/VCUhses for more information!

We hope you will plan to join us!