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


  1. Analyze the use of an educational framework as a foundation for simulation.
  2. Incorporate SDOH into simulation to teach students the skills needed to improve healthcare access, reduce health disparities, and address chronic disease.
  3. Assess student attainment of IPEC domains and competencies.
  4. 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


  1. Discuss the importance of integrating SDOH into clinical courses.
  2. Describe the various teaching approaches used with medical students and learners.
  3. Develop strategies for incorporating SDOH into existing curriculum.
  4. 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


  1. State the core principles of community-engaged participatory research and practice.
  2. Discuss Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) to developing their own experiential curriculum in SDOH for medical students (health professionals).
  3. Sketch out a plan of action to integrate nonclinical community opportunities for students.

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