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New & Emerging Trends in Health Professions Education Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Mallory Lee
13:46
malee@aamc.org
Mallory Lee
14:35
lhowley@aamc.org
Mallory Lee
15:04
https://faseb.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1096/fba.2020-00061
Mallory Lee
15:58
Registration for the Oct 29 event: https://aamc-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_iNU-b6FWSCG8IsgREvYYxw
Lisa Howley
19:31
https://aldacenter.org/
Lisa Howley
20:40
For more details on integrating improv and other arts into medical education, see https://www.aamc.org/what-we-do/mission-areas/medical-education/frahme
Kathleen Muldoon
25:38
I always appreciate Dr. Pati's perspective and connection between sci comm and medical education and treatment. Thank you.
Danielle Darter, MD
26:32
Will you please give an example of how to use our "I am" statements to create common ground?
Rosha McCoy
35:05
How do we communicate changing health care recommendations based on current evidence without the public feeling suspicious of such changes? For example things have changed in our recommendations for COVID-19 based on new evidence and understanding. But also true for many other issues.
Mike Ryan
35:54
My error on the Q&A - can you please post questions using the Q&A function rather than the chat? That way I can keep track of the one's asked and answered. Thanks!
Brian Southwell
39:39
Hi there. There have been some requests for the program link and articles. I will post to the chat in a moment.
Lisa Howley
39:44
As mentioned, we are planning a part 2 to this topic next month - 10/29 2-4PM. That 2 hour session will dive in deeper to this topic and provide strategies and tools for supporting educational efforts in this space.
Brian Southwell
39:53
https://www.hsq.dukehealth.org/medmis/
Brian Southwell
40:05
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8375336/
Jillian Silverberg
40:21
Thank you
Brian Southwell
40:31
https://ajph.aphapublications.org/doi/10.2105/AJPH.2020.305729
Brian Southwell
41:17
https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2774709
Brian Southwell
42:25
https://www.ajpmonline.org/article/S0749-3797(19)30159-X/pdf
Jillian Silverberg
48:25
As a medical librarian, it is part of my job to curate resources that will help students in both the academic and clinical setting. Do you have any suggestions for resources that would help students who are still determining best approaches to handling misinformation when encountered
Dawn DeWitt
51:26
Can you comment on the issue of pre-prints - e.g. the recent paper from Israel about “natural” immunity vs vaccination - a paper with lots of statistical issues (I’m not a statistician) that was sensationalized, including with a Harvard epidemiologist - and then we get flooded with queries.
Laura Zeigen
53:31
The NIH recently came out with these resources: https://www.nih.gov/sites/default/files/about-nih/public-trust/20210902-understanding-research-508.pdf
Laura Zeigen
53:44
https://www.nih.gov/about-nih/what-we-do/science-health-public-trust/perspectives/explaining-how-research-works
Lisa Howley
55:00
https://doi.org/10.1097/ACM.0000000000003820 related article on tolerance for ambiguity
Mallory Lee
01:05:34
https://covid19community.nih.gov/
Rosha McCoy
01:08:31
For information on promising practices and other resources for health care professionals in collaborating with their communities in building confidence in the COVID-19 vaccines, please see AAMC VaccineVoices: https://vaccinevoices.org/
Elizabeth Kachur
01:10:27
Excellent links in the chat! How will they be accessible afterwards? There is no way to save the chat.
Mallory Lee
01:10:44
Yes, I'll be sharing these links in the follow-up email to attendees!
Lisa Howley
01:11:03
As mentioned, we are planning a special event - part 2 for this complex topic next month - 10/29 2-4PM. That 2 hour session will dive in deeper to this topic and provide strategies and tools for supporting educational efforts in this space. Thank you all for joining today!
Elizabeth Kachur
01:11:21
Thank you Mallory!
Mallory Lee
01:11:44
Registration for the event Lisa referenced: https://aamc-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_iNU-b6FWSCG8IsgREvYYxw
Rosha McCoy
01:11:53
Excellent session! Thanks so much!
Amoreena Trigg
01:12:10
Thank you!
Mamie Williams
01:12:15
Thank you
Heather Davis
01:12:18
Thank you all!
Kathleen Muldoon
01:12:20
Thank you!
Elizabeth Kachur
01:12:27
Great presentation and discussion - Thank you!!!
Ellen Aster
01:12:27
Wonderful discussion. Thank you!
Jennifer Bretsch
01:12:28
Rich discussion and great questions - thank you all!
Jeffrey Kaminski
01:12:28
Thank you!
Danielle Darter, MD
01:12:40
Thank you all, excellent work!
Cathy MacLean
01:12:46
Thanks so much!
Dale Coddington
01:12:49
Thanks so much