Workshop Session 4
Tuesday, April 28th
A structured Simulation Based on Health Disparities and Social Determinants of Health
Tamzin J. Batteson, BSc, Lori Thuente, PhD, RN, Sarah S. Garber, PhD, and Samuel R. Bunting, BS
- Analyze the use of an educational framework as a foundation for simulation.
- Incorporate SDOH into simulation to teach students the skills needed to improve healthcare access, reduce health disparities, and address chronic disease.
- Assess student attainment of IPEC domains and competencies.
- Identify and target SDOH for home institution to use for student activities and faculty training.
Blended Learning of Human Dimensions Content in a Longitudinal Clinical Skills Course
Kathy Eggleson, PhD, Matthew Holley, PhD, Beth Murray, PhD and Leanne Palmer, PhD candidate
- Discuss the importance of integrating SDOH into clinical courses.
- Describe the various teaching approaches used with medical students and learners.
- Develop strategies for incorporating SDOH into existing curriculum.
- Discuss various methods for assessing competency and integration of SDOH.
Community Engagement and Service Learning in Medical Schools: A Workshop for Faculty
Joanna Michel, PhD and Jorge Girotti, PhD
- State the core principles of community-engaged participatory research and practice.
- Discuss Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) to developing their own experiential curriculum in SDOH for medical students (health professionals).
- Sketch out a plan of action to integrate nonclinical community opportunities for students.