Upcoming NASEM Global Forum Workshop: The Role of Learners in the Health System During a Crisis
Upcoming NASEM Global Forum Workshop: The Role of Learners in the
Health System During a Crisis
The National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM)’s Global Forum on Innovation in Health Profession Education is holding a series of virtual events as part of its workshop on The Role of Learners in the Health System During a Crisis.
Upcoming virtual events are:
November 11, 11-12:30 ET: Session 3. Cultural Safety – what should decision-makers consider in keeping educational learners centered and safe?
November 22, 11-12:30 pm ET: Session 5: External Factors – who do decision-makers need to consult during a crisis?
December 8, 11-12:30/45pm ET: Closing session of the Role of Learners in the Health System
Register for NASEM’s Workshop Creating Brave Spaces
NASEM’s Global Forum is also holding a virtual event as part of its workshop on Eliminating Racism in Health Profession Education.
Open to the public is their workshop on November 16, 8-9:30 a.m. ET entitled, “Creating Brave Spaces: I Didn’t Know What to Say – Responding to Racism, Discrimination and Microaggressions with the OWTFD Approach.”