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  • Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 07/22/2022 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    This interactive session will define copyright, the public domain, and fair use, as they pertain to medical education scholarship, and explore the situations in which each applies.

    This interactive session will define copyright, the public domain, and fair use, as they pertain to medical education scholarship, and explore the situations in which each applies. We also will discuss when and how to seek permission to reproduce or adapt material copyrighted by another person or entity. Best practices for proper attribution and citation will be covered.

    This session will conclude with a series of "Do I need permission?" scenarios so participants can apply what they have learned. After participating in this session, participants should be able to:

    1. Define copyright and fair use.
    2. Recognize when copyright and fair use apply.
    3. Understand when and how to seek permission to reproduce copyrighted material.
    4. Know when and how to provide proper attribution.

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    Dr. Renee Williams

    Dr. Williams is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Gastroenterology at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. Within the Department of Medicine she is the Associate Chair for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and the Director of the Saul Farber Program in Health Equity.  Institutionally she is the Director for the GME Education Pillar for NYU Langone’s Institute for Excellence in Health Equity.  Her interests include health disparities in colorectal cancer screening and medical education. She completed a Master’s program for Health Profession Education at NYU School of Medicine and Maastricht University in the Netherlands in 2018.  She is the Co-Chair of the New York Citywide Colorectal Cancer Coalition (C5) risk assessment and screening committee, the Northeast Representative for the AAMC Group on Diversity and Inclusion and serves on the Board of Trustees for the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG). 

    Toni Gallo

    Toni Gallo is a senior editor with the journal Academic Medicine and an Educational Resources and Scholarship Lead at the Association of American Medical Colleges. She has nearly 15 years of experience reviewing and editing scholarly and other writing and has led reviewing and writing workshops at medical schools and national and international meetings. She founded Academic Medicine’s blog AM Rounds and hosts the Academic Medicine Podcast.

  • Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 06/28/2022 at 7:00 PM (EDT)

    Hear Directly from AAMC – ERAS staff about applying! The residency application season is upon us and medical students will be utilizing the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) to submit applications to residency programs.

    Hear Directly from AAMC – ERAS staff about applying! The residency application season is upon us and medical students will be utilizing the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) to submit applications to residency programs. The service will be available on June 8th and can be accessed with permission from your respective medical school.  

    To provide students with an opportunity to learn how to most effectively utilize ERAS and directly ask staff members questions, the AAMC will host a live webinar for students on June 28 at 7:00 p.m., Eastern Time. The webinar will be recorded and made available for playback on-demand.

    Objectives: 

    • Different sections within the MyERAS application
    • Instruct applicants on how to search and apply to programs in ERAS
    • Instruct applicants on how to upload and assign documents in ERAS
    • Instruct applicants on how to use the ERAS interview scheduler
    • Create a platform for applicants to directly ask questions to ERAS staff

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    Richard Peng
    ERAS Program Relations Specialist, Lead

  • Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 06/23/2022 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    Welcome to the PDWS for the ERAS 2023 Application Season! Learn about the steps to getting into the PDWS and different resources available to you to prepare for the season.

    Welcome to the PDWS for the ERAS 2023 Application Season! Learn about the steps to getting into the PDWS and different resources available to you to prepare for the season.

    This a great webinar for new users, and those that would like to be refreshed on getting back into the PDWS. 

    Topics covered: 

    • ERAS background and important updates
    • ERAS timeline and important reminders
    • Initial registration on ERAS Account Maintenance (EAM)
    • Navigating the ERAS website and invitation to PDWS
    • Community Site access and learning resources
    • PDWS roles 101
    • Q & A

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    Richard Peng
    ERAS Program Relations Specialist, Lead

  • Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 06/14/2022 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    The Association of American Medical Colleges® (AAMC®) will be hosting an informational 60-minute webinar session on Tuesday, June 14 at 1 p.m. ET regarding the supplemental ERAS application for residency programs.

    The Association of American Medical Colleges® (AAMC®) will be hosting an informational 60-minute webinar session on Tuesday, June 14 at 1 p.m. ET regarding the supplemental ERAS application for residency programs. The supplemental application is intended to help you better identify applicants who are genuinely interested in your program, and whose interests and experience align well with your program’s setting, mission, and goals. This webinar is intended for programs participating in the supplemental application pilot.

    During the webinar, AAMC staff will provide the following information:

    • Timelines
    • Overview of content sections (experiences, geographic preferences and program signals)
    • Frequently asked questions
    • Guidance and Recommendations

    Attendees will be able to submit questions to AAMC staff as they register for the event, as well as during the presentation via the ‘Q&A chat’ panel. Following the presentation, there will be a Q&A session when AAMC staff will answer as many questions as time allows.

    This webinar will be recorded and shared following the live webinar.

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    Dana Dunleavy, PhD
    Sr. Director, Behavioral Assessments Admissions Selection Research and Design

    Rebecca Fraser, PhD
    Director of Content Development Admissions Selection Research and Design

    Jayme Bograd, CSPO
    Director of Pilot Administration Admissions Selection Research and Design

  • Contains 20 Product(s)

    The AAMC Building Better Curriculum monthly one-hour webinar series is an opportunity for curriculum deans, leaders, administrators, teaching faculty, and staff to learn about and explore innovations in curriculum and curriculum mapping.

    The AAMC Building Better Curriculum webinar series is an opportunity for curriculum deans, leaders, administrators, teaching faculty, and staff to learn about and explore innovations in curriculum and curriculum mapping. It also provides a venue for AAMC to provide updates on Curriculum Inventory developments. 

    In addition to the contents that are included in this regular programming package, we occasionally host special learning series that require separate registration. For a complete list of future events and for special programming registration, please visit the AAMC Building Better Curriculum Webinars webpage.

  • Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 06/08/2022 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    Please join us for a new presentation in our continuing series on Building Better Curriculum.

    Documenting Clinical and Clerkships and Learning Objectives

    Documenting clerkship and clinical student experiences is a challenging task for medical educators and curricular office administrators, given the dynamic setting of these educational experiences, especially students' clinical experiences across clerkships. This webinar will take a deeper dive into how the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine effectively maps clinical experience with a greater focus on learning objectives.

    Please visit the AAMC Building Better Curriculum Webinars webpage for a complete list of future events and special programming.

    Katie Maietta, MPPM

    Director, Office of Medical Education, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

    Katie provides administrative leadership for the Office of Medical Education.  Administrative functions include human resources, facilities management and development, budgetary management, project management, regulatory adherence, curriculum management, and overall organization of instructional support and delivery, including educational technology.

    Katie graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a Master of Public Policy and Management.  In addition, she earned a BA in Political Science, a BA in Italian Language and Literature, and a certificate in German Language and Literature.

  • Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 06/07/2022 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    In this interactive webinar, AAMC presenters will describe test administration policies and procedures, test preparation materials, what to expect on test day, and plans for score release. AAMC administrators will walk you through the free resources that are available and will also allow time for questions from attendees.

    During the 2022-2023 application cycle, 18 medical schools are participating in the AAMC PREview™ professional readiness exam (formerly known as the AAMC Situational Judgment Test). Participating schools are recommending or requiring applicants to complete the PREview exam as part of the admissions process. The PREview exam is designed to look beyond academic metrics to assess and evaluate personal competencies such as resilience, service orientation, ethics, cultural competence, and teamwork. When combined with other parts of the admissions process, the PREview exam provides a more complete picture of applicants and helps schools identify applicants who demonstrate these core competencies.

    In this interactive webinar, AAMC presenters will describe test administration policies and procedures, test preparation materials, what to expect on test day, and plans for score release. AAMC administrators will walk you through the free resources that are available and will also allow time for questions from attendees. A recording of this webinar will be posted on the AAMC PREview website.

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    Dana Pinchoff
    Test Administration Specialist

    Rebecca Fraser, PhD
    Director, Admissions and Selection Research and Development

    Michelle Sparacino
    Director, Admissions and Selection Research and Development

    Tom Geiger
    Manager, PREview Content Development

  • Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 05/25/2022 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    To prepare for the 2023 season, the ERAS team will be hosting a webinar for Dean’s Office WorkStation® (DWS®) users on Wednesday, May 25 from 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. ET.

    To prepare for the 2023 season, the ERAS team will be hosting a webinar for Dean’s Office WorkStation® (DWS®) users on Wednesday, May 25 from 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. ET.

    The webinar will include the following:

    • Overview of core DWS and MyERAS functionality as well as new features
    • Important dates for ERAS 2023
    • Frequently Asked Questions
    • Q & A

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    Richard Peng
    ERAS Program Relations Specialist, Lead

  • Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/18/2022

    In collaboration with the Association of American Indian Physicians and the Association of Native American Medical Students, this session will outline data, describe how American Indian and Alaska Native identity is different from other historically excluded groups in medicine, and clarify the constellation of external factors that influence American Indian and Alaska Native identity.

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    There is growing interest in promoting health equity and antiracism in academic medicine.  As part of this work, it is important to reexamine biases and practices that may undermine efforts to increase diversity.  Data show that along the medical education continuum there is a need for more intentional efforts to fully engage American Indian and Alaska Native communities. Part of this work involves understanding the history of colonization and its role in framing and defining the identities of American Indians and Alaska Natives in the United States, and how this translates into admissions and selection policies and practices. This is necessary as pre-medical students in the admissions process and medical students during residency interviews have reported incidents where their identity as American Indian or Alaska Native is questioned in ways that do not exemplify values of respect or professionalism.  In collaboration with the Association of American Indian Physicians and the Association of Native American Medical Students, this session will outline data, describe how American Indian and Alaska Native identity is different from other historically excluded groups in medicine, and clarify the constellation of external factors that influence American Indian and Alaska Native identity. These factors include but are not limited to, Tribal government definitions, blood quantum, and cultural connections.  Reflecting on their longstanding work in academic medicine, research, clinical care, and lived experiences, our panelists will share best practices and guidance on how to best advance the inclusion of American Indian and Alaska Native learners and trainees throughout the medical education continuum.

    About IDEAS
    The AAMC IDEAS (Inclusion Diversity, Equity, Antiracism) Webinar series provides actionable information about DEI strategies that you can put into practice to become a more effective and successful leader, educator, and member of the academic medicine community.   

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    Norma Poll-Hunter, PhD
    Senior Director, Workforce Diversity, AAMC

    Norma Iris Poll-Hunter, Ph.D. is Senior Director, Workforce Diversity in Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).  She leads a portfolio of career development initiatives focused on advancing diversity and inclusion across the medical education continuum. She also serves as the Principal Investigator for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Summer Health Professions Education Program, manages numerous partnerships and collaborations, an awards program recognizing national leadership in diversity and health equity, and research projects focused on an array of diversity, cultural competence and workforce topics. She was the lead author of Altering the Course: Black Males in Medicine, and major contributor to Reshaping the Journey: American Indians and Alaska Natives in Medicine.  

    Prior to the AAMC, Dr. Poll-Hunter practiced as a bilingual psychologist in Schenectady, New York. She attended the University of Albany, SUNY, where she earned her Ph.D. in counseling psychology, and she earned her BA in Psychology at Lehman College, CUNY.

    Nicole Redvers, ND, MHP
    Assistant Professor, Indigenous Health; Assistant Professor, Family & Community Medicine at the University of North Dakota

    Dr. Nicole Redvers, ND, MPH, is a member of the Deninu K’ue First Nation and has worked with various Indigenous patients and communities around the globe helping to bridge the gap between Indigenous traditional and modern medical systems. She is co-founder and chair of the Arctic Indigenous Wellness Foundation based in the Canadian North with her foundation awarded the $1 million-dollar 2017 Arctic Inspiration Prize for their work with vulnerable populations within land-based healing settings in the Northwest Territories. Dr. Redvers is currently an assistant professor in both the Department of Family & Community Medicine and the Department of Indigenous Health at the University of North Dakota where she has helped co-develop the first Indigenous Health PhD degree program in North America. She has been actively involved at the international level promoting the inclusion of Indigenous perspectives in planetary health and education for sustainable health care. Dr. Redvers sits on the inaugural advisory board for the American Public Health Association's Center for Climate, Health and Equity Steering Committee, is senior fellow of Indigenous and Community Health with inVIVO Planetary Health, sits on the steering committee for the Planetary Health Alliance, and sits on the external advisory board for EcoHealth International. Her scholarly work engages a breadth of scholarly projects attempting to bridge gaps between Indigenous and Western ways of knowing as it pertains to individual, community and planetary health. Dr. Redvers recently published the trade paperback, 'The Science of the Sacred: Bridging Global Indigenous Medicine Systems and Modern Scientific Principles,' and currently is a Lancet commissioner on the Lancet Comission on Arctic Health.

    Mary Owen, MD
    Director, Center of American Indian and Minority Health at the University of Minnesota Medical School; President of the Association of American Indian Physicians (AAIP)

    Dr. Mary Owen is a member of the Tlingit nation. She graduated from the University of Minnesota Medical School and North Memorial Family Practice Residency Program before returning home to work for her tribal community in Juneau, Alaska. After eleven years of full-scope family medicine, she returned to the University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth in 2014, as the Director of the Center of American Indian and Minority Health (CAIMH). Her work includes: developing and managing programs to increase the numbers of American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) students entering medical careers, outreaching to local and national Native leaders to ensure University of Minnesota Medical School remain in tune with AIAN health care and education needs, developing an AIAN track for all students interested in providing healthcare to AIAN communities and developing research efforts to address AIAN health disparities. She continues to provide clinical care at the Center of American Indian Resources in Duluth and is the current President of the Association of American Indian Physicians.

    Erik Brodt, MD
    Associate Professor, Dept. of Family Medicine; Director, Northwest Native American Center of Excellence; Assistant Dean of Native American Health at Oregon Health & Science University; SKOLL Foundation Senior Fellow

    Erik Brodt, MD, Anishinaabe – Minnesota Chippewa, grew up near Chippewa Falls, WI and spent summers with family in the rural areas around Bemidji, MN. Dr. Brodt earned his M.D. from the University of Minnesota School of Medicine and completed residency in Family Medicine at the Seattle Indian Health Board – Swedish Cherry Hill Family Medicine Residency in Seattle, WA. Dr. Brodt is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at Oregon Health and Science University. He practices in the OHSU Hospital inpatient setting and Warm Springs Tribal Health clinic, while also serving as the founding Director of the OHSU Northwest Native American Center of Excellence. Erik is a fierce believer in occasional magic working to eliminate Native health disparities and improve Native American Health Professions programming nationally through creative partnerships and collaborations. An entrepreneur at heart, Erik and his wife Amanda have explored the fashion ecosystem through their global collection Ginew – featured in Vogue & GQ; culinary creativity and sustainable food systems; and the digital media non-profit WE ARE HEALERS. In his free time Dr. Brodt enjoys spending his time in Portland, OR with his wife Amanda, daughter Honukōkūlaniokauna’oa (Honu), their dogs Stinky & Pippa, and a motley crew of friends comprised of change-makers, mavens, and creatives.

    Alec Calac
    President, Association of Native American Medical Students (ANAMS)

    Alec Calac (Pauma Band of Luiseño Indians) is a medical student at the University of California, San Diego, where he is also pursuing a PhD in the Joint Doctoral Program in Public Health at the UC San Diego Herbert Wertheim School of Public Health and Human Longevity Science and School of Public Health at San Diego State University. As the national president of the Association of Native American Medical Students, he works tirelessly at the local, state, and federal level, identifying barriers and facilitators to greater inclusion of Native Americans in medicine and the allied health professions. He also works collaboratively with the Global Health Policy and Data Institute on research projects that synthesize Tribal public health, social media, and health technology. His research interests are in medical education and workforce development, vaccine hesitancy and misinformation spread, and social media use among marginalized populations.

  • Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/17/2022

    This webinar will cover payment, graduate medical education, and hospital inpatient quality proposals in the Fiscal Year 2023 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS).

    This webinar will cover payment, graduate medical education, and hospital inpatient quality proposals in the Fiscal Year 2023 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS).

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    Mary Mullaney
    Director, Hospital Payment Policies

    Bradley Cunningham
    Sr. Policy & Regulatory Analyst (GME)

    Phoebe Ramsey
    Manager, Regulatory Payment Policy and Quality