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  • Restorative Justice for Academic Medicine (RJAM): Using RJ to Respond to Mistreatment and Bias (Tier II) - November 21, 2019

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 11/21/2019 at 2:00 PM (EST)

    Join us for an introduction to restorative harm and misconduct.

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    Join us for an introduction to restorative harm and misconduct by Sonoo Thadenay, who directs Stanford Presence and the Program in Bedside Medicine at Stanford School of Medicine, and Toni McMurphy, Restorative Trainer/Facilitator with the University of San Diego Center for Restorative Justice. 

    David Acosta, AAMC Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer will host and moderate the webinar.

    Tier II restorative conferences are a model for facilitated dialogues between harmed parties and people who have caused harm.  In this nonadversarial approach, the focus is not on investigation and sanctioning, but on allowing the harmed party to identify the impact of the offense and for a collaborative process for repairing harm and rebuilding trust.  Restorative conferences are now widely used in educational institutions with strong evidence of success.  Sonoo and Toni will describe their efforts to pilot restorative practices at Stanford and the Saint Louis College of Pharmacy.             

    Note: Three tiers of practice will be described during the 4-part webinar series. 

    • RJAM Webinar No. 4 will discuss Tier III Reintegration Circles, which provide community reassurance and social support for someone returning to the community after a period of separation.  Scheduled December 10th @ 2pm EST.

    Sonoo Thadaney

    Co-founder and Executive Director of Presence, a Stanford Medicine Center

    Sonoo Thadaney is the co-founder and Executive Director of Presence, a Stanford Medicine Center.  She also serves as the co-chair of the Working Group of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare for the National Academy of Medicine (NAM, erstwhile the Institute of Medicine) in Washington D.C. and co-shepherds the work of the NAM’s Technology across the Lifecourse Group. Sonoo spent nearly three decades working in Silicon Valley before moving to Stanford University. At Stanford, she has been an internal entrepreneur, working with faculty to launch the Stanford Presence Center, the new MSc. in Community Health and Prevention Research, the Stanford WSDM (Women and Sex Differences in Medicine) Center, the Diversity-First Gen Office (serving students who are first in their family to attend college), the Restorative Justice Pilot and more. Sonoo teaches coursework in Leveraging Conflict for Constructive Change, Leadership Skills and Mediation. Formal education includes an MBA, a BA in Psychology, with Minors in Sociology and Education, and a Post-Baccalaureate in Mass Communications. She is also a trained Mediator and Restorative Justice practitioner for the State of California, serving as the Co-Chair of the Commission on Juvenile Delinquency and Prevention for San Mateo County. 

    Toni McMurphy

    Restorative Justice Trainer and Facilitator

    Toni McMurphy specializes in the design of customized restorative processes and facilitating win-win outcomes in emotionally charged situations. She is an expert in creating safe and brave spaces that foster authentic dialogue around harm and accountability and unpack the distinction between intent and impact. Toni is known for inspiring people to bring out the best in themselves and each other in challenging situations and regularly facilitates courageous conversation in a wide variety of settings on myriad topics.  Recent projects include facilitating restorative responses to sexual misconduct cases, responding to bias incidents on campus and in communities where racial tensions are high and facilitating difficult conversations between students and administration, faculty and administration, management and employees and police officers and people who are incarcerated. Toni recently served as Vice President of Culture and Campus Life for St. Louis College of Pharmacy for six years, where she successfully integrated restorative practice in Student Conduct, Title IX cases, Bias Incident Response, and for numerous conflicts on campus. Toni McMurphy is the Founder of Infinite Impact. As an Organizational Development Practitioner for the past 25 years, she has worked with more than 65,000 people in over 230 organizations. Toni is a certified “Diversity Facilitrainer,” and is certified to teach Crucial Conversations, Unconscious Bias, and the Myers Briggs Type Indicator.

  • GBA Webinar: Student Debt Strategies - November 21

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 11/21/2019 at 11:30 AM (EST)

    This webinar, sponsored by the Group on Business Affairs - Data and Benchmarking Committee will focus on student debt strategies.

    This webinar, sponsored by the Group on Business Affairs - Data and Benchmarking Committee will focus on student debt strategies. The first part of the webinar will offer an overview of AAMC's FIRST (Financial Information, Resources, Services, and Tools) program. Included in that presentation will be an overview of how medical schools utilize the FIRST program, along with a discussion of the data on specialty choice and student debt, among other topics. The second part of the webinar will feature the efforts at the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine around debt management, including the Abigail Geisinger Scholars Program.   

    Speakers:

    Julie Fresne, Senior Director, Student Financial & Career Advising Services, Student Affairs and Programs
    Association of American Medical Colleges

    Anna Arvay, CPA, MBA, Vice-President Finance and Administration/Chief Financial Officer
    Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine

    Michelle Schmude, EdD, MBA, Associate Dean for Admissions, Enrollment Management & Financial Aid and Assistant Professor
    Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine

  • PDWS Overview Part II (Advanced) - November 20

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 11/20/2019 at 1:00 PM (EST)

    This is the second of two webinars that go over reviewing and filtering applications.

    This is the second of two webinars that go over reviewing and filtering applications. Learn to navigate the PDWS and receive expert consultation from the AAMC’s ERAS technical support specialists. 

    This webinar assumes that you have completed the PDWS Overview Part I webinar.

    Topics covered: 

    • Creating and using custom scores, statuses, and attributes
    • Assigning reviewers and entering reviewer notes/scores
    • Bulk actions to multiple applicants
    • Customizing export templates
    • Advanced filter functions
    • Extra tools to help manage applications
    • Q & A

    Richard Peng
    ERAS Training Senior Specialist, AAMC

    Juliann Winn

    ERAS Strategy and Stakeholder Engagement Manager, AAMC

  • PDWS Overview Part I (Basic) - November 19

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 11/19/2019 at 1:00 PM (EST)

    This is the first of two webinars that go over reviewing and filtering applications.

    This is the first of two webinars that go over reviewing and filtering applications. Learn to navigate the PDWS and receive expert consultation from the AAMC’s ERAS technical support specialists. 

    This is a great starting webinar for new users and those that would like a refresher getting back into the PDWS.

    Topics covered: 

    • Navigating the PDWS dashboard
    • Reviewing applications and documents
    • Exporting applications and reports
    • Basic filter functions
    • Communicating with applicants
    • Interview statuses
    • Ranking statuses
    • Q & A 

    Richard Peng
    ERAS Senior Training Specialist, AAMC

    Juliann Winn
    ERAS Strategy and Stakeholder Engagement Manager, AAMC

  • 2020 AAMC Snapshots in Medical Education in the United States and Canada - November 18

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 11/18/2019 at 2:00 PM (EST)

    This webinar provides an opportunity for authors to understand the submission process for the 2020 AAMC Snapshots in Medical Education supplement to Academic Medicine.

    This webinar provides an opportunity for authors to understand the submission process for the 2020 AAMC Snapshots in Medical Education supplement to Academic Medicine. AAMC staff will provide guidance on the time line and answer participant questions regarding the publication including authorship, tables, and figures.

    Katherine McOwen
    Senior Director, Educational Affairs, AAMC

    Anne Famakidis
    Senior Director, Education Resources and Scholarship, AAMC

  • PDWS Welcome Webinar - November 14

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 11/14/2019 at 1:00 PM (EST)

    ERAS Background and Important Dates

    Welcome to the PDWS for the ERAS 2020 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

    Juliann Winn
    ERAS Strategy and Stakeholder Engagement Manager
    Association of American Medical Colleges

    Richard Peng
    ERAS Senior Training Specialist
    Association of American Medical Colleges

  • AMCAS for Schools Closed-Cycle Reports and Discussion on 2019 Cycle Data, Themes, and Lessons - October 17

    Contains 3 Component(s)

    Please join us as we review the new Matriculated Applicant closed-cycle report in the AMCAS for Schools platform.

    Please join Patrick Fritz, Senior Director, AMCAS, and PJ Kania, Director of AMCAS Product Management, on Thursday, October 17, 2019 at 11:00 am ET as we review the new Matriculated Applicant closed-cycle report in the AMCAS for Schools platform. The webinar will also review data, themes, issues, and lessons from the 2019 application cycle.

    The webinar will be a 90-minute interactive session with plenty of time for questions and conversation. Members of the AAMC Student Affairs and Programs team will be joining as well.

    Patrick Fritz
    Senior Director, AMCAS

    PJ Kania
    Director of AMCAS Product Management


  • Using Restorative Justice (RJ) to Build Community in Academic Medicine (Tier I) - October 15, 2019

    Contains 3 Component(s)

    Join us for an introduction to restorative practices for building a health learning community.

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    Join us for an introduction to restorative practices for building a health learning community by Jay Behel, Associate Dean of Student Affairs at Rush Medical College, and Adrienne Lawson, Director for Institutional Culture/Climate and Community Engagement at University of California Davis Health.

    David Acosta, AAMC Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer will host and moderate the webinar.

    Tier I restorative practices are primarily designed as prevention education to develop conflict communication skills and create "brave spaces" for academic medicine community members to share authentic perspectives on campus or work culture and climate. Restorative circles are used to build community, strengthen relationships, and open lines of communication for problem-solving. In this webinar, Jay and Adrienne will describe Tier I restorative circles and the ways they have used them at UC Davis Health and at Rush.               

    Note: Three tiers of practice will be described during the 4-part webinar series, each of which will be elaborated in subsequent webinars. 

    • In the upcoming RJAM webinar No. 2 of the series, Tier I Community-Building Circles will be discussed, which help develop healthy working relationships and interpersonal competence to address conflict and climate concerns. 
    • RJAM Webinar No. 3: Tier II Restorative Conferences respond to incidents of misconduct or harm by developing plans to repair harm and rebuild trust. Scheduled November 21st @ 2pm EST.
    • RJAM Webinar No. 4: Tier III Reintegration Circles provide community reassurance and social support for someone returning to the community after a period of separation. Scheduled December 10th @ 2pm EST.

    Jay Behel, PhD

    Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer

    Jay Behel is the Associate Dean of Student Affairs at Rush Medical College where he directs student professional development and wellness initiatives and supports processes for community-building and addressing student mistreatment. He also is a clinical psychologist and director of Geriatric & Rehabilitation Psychology at Rush University Medical Center and is the education director for the LGBTQ Health Committee at Rush. Dr. Behel completed his undergraduate education at Vanderbilt University with majors in English and psychology. He received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Auburn University and then completed a residency and fellowship at Rush. Dr. Behel has published and presented extensively on a range of topics including adjustment to disability, physician communication and, more recently, several aspects of medical education.

    Adrienne Lawson, EdD

    Director for Institutional Culture/Climate and Community Engagement

    Adrienne Lawson serves as the Director for Institutional Culture/Climate and Community Engagement at the Office for Equity, Diversity & Inclusion with University of California Davis Health. Adrienne’s primary responsibilities include: climate needs assessment and reporting; professional leadership development; continuous diversity improvement; marketing of the office of equity, diversity and inclusion; and community engagement. Adrienne has a doctorate in Educational Leadership & Policy Studies. Her research interest is broad in scope which includes: equity, climate and culture change in organizations, women faculty leadership and retention, cultural and language diversity;  gender differences, role-modeling and mentorship, faculty, and staff diversity and inclusion. Adrienne was the former Diversity Manager for Faculty Recruitment and Retention at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) in Portland, Oregon. She also held an adjunct faculty position with Sacramento State and Argosy University. Her hobbies include: mental, physical and spiritual health, reading, and traveling.

    David Acosta, MD

    AAMC Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer

    As chief diversity and inclusion officer, David A. Acosta, MD, provides strategic vision and leadership for the AAMC’s diversity and inclusion activities across the medical education community, and leads the association’s Diversity Policy and Programs unit.

    A board-certified physician of family medicine, Dr. Acosta joined the AAMC from the University of California (UC), Davis School of Medicine where he served as senior associate dean for equity, diversity, and inclusion and associate vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion and chief diversity officer for UC Davis Health System. He previously served as the inaugural chief diversity officer at the University of Washington (UW) School of Medicine, where he established a rural health fellowship program for Tacoma Family Medicine, a residency program affiliated with the UW Department of Family Medicine.

    Dr. Acosta received his bachelor’s degree in biology from Loyola University and earned his medical degree from the University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine. He completed his residency training at Community Hospital of Sonoma County in Santa Rosa, Calif., and a faculty development fellowship at the UW Department of Family Medicine.

    David Acosta, MD

    AAMC Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer

    As chief diversity and inclusion officer, David A. Acosta, MD, provides strategic vision and leadership for the AAMC’s diversity and inclusion activities across the medical education community, and leads the association’s Diversity Policy and Programs unit.

    A board-certified physician of family medicine, Dr. Acosta joined the AAMC from the University of California (UC), Davis School of Medicine where he served as senior associate dean for equity, diversity, and inclusion and associate vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion and chief diversity officer for UC Davis Health System. He previously served as the inaugural chief diversity officer at the University of Washington (UW) School of Medicine, where he established a rural health fellowship program for Tacoma Family Medicine, a residency program affiliated with the UW Department of Family Medicine.

    Dr. Acosta received his bachelor’s degree in biology from Loyola University and earned his medical degree from the University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine. He completed his residency training at Community Hospital of Sonoma County in Santa Rosa, Calif., and a faculty development fellowship at the UW Department of Family Medicine.

  • The Basic Principles of Medical School Funding

    Contains 7 Component(s)

    This on-demand virtual learning series contains five modules and covers the direct funding, subsidies, and costs associated with each of the mission areas of academic medicine. Learners will be able to move at their own pace and actively determine their own learning. These videos will take about an hour to watch and will provide constituents with foundational knowledge about the financing of academic medicine. Additional reading materials are also provided at the end of each course for the viewer to peruse in their own time.

    Designed For: Constituents in the Group on Business Affairs, Group on Faculty Affairs, Deans, and Departmental Chairs.

    Overview and Benefits: The AAMC has delivered finance-related content to over 1,920 constituents through webinars and in-person professional development opportunities (e.g. LSL, MidWims, EWIMS, EDS, and EDS AD) since 2014. The content offered through this program is distinctive to academic medicine and no one else has put this information together as a learning offering. White papers and journal articles have been written on financing academic medicine, but this product offers the learner quality information in an easily accessible format, thus occupying a unique niche.

  • Combining Technology, Scientific Research, and Data – NIH’s Encouragement of the FHIR Standard for Research - October 8

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    In July, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) issued a notice about the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) Standard used to exchange clinical data between information systems.

    In July, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) issued a notice about the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) Standard used to exchange clinical data between information systems. The announcement encourages NIH-funded researchers to use FHIR-compatible data formats to help accelerate the interoperability of data and its use for clinical research purposes.  

    Join the AAMC and the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) for a webinar to learn about NIH's decision to promote the use of FHIR in EHR systems, share ways that the National Library of Medicine (NLM) is seeking input from stakeholders about this notice, and describe the future capabilities of biomedical research made possible through the use of FHIR.  

    Speakers:

    Clem J. McDonald, MD
    Chief Health Data Standards Officer
    National Library of Medicine
    National Institutes of Health

    Teresa Zayas-Caban, PhD
    Chief Scientist
    Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology

    Moderator:

    W. Ed Hammond, PhD
    Director, Duke Center for Health Informatics, Clinical and Translational Science Institute

    Clem J. McDonald, MD

    Chief Health Data Standards Officer, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health

    Dr. McDonald is the Chief Health Data Standards Officer of the National Library of Medicine (NLM)/National Institutes of Health (NIH). For the previous 12 years, Dr. McDonald served as Director of the Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications (LHNCBC) and Scientific Director of its intramural research program.

    His research focuses on electronic medical records (EMRs), their use in clinical care and research, the data standards needed to feed EMRs and epidemiologic studies of the clinical databases. He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences and has published more than 300 papers that have garnered 18 thousand citations. Prior to coming to NLM, Dr. McDonald served as a distinguished Professor of Medicine and of Medical Informatics at the Indiana University School of Medicine and the Director of the Regenstrief Institute for Health Care, a privately endowed research institute tied to Indiana University. 

    Dr. McDonald developed the Regenstrief Medical Record, one of the first electronic health record (EHR) systems, and introduced the first use of decision support in randomized trials of health information systems in a 1976 study (McDonald, 1976). He and his colleagues developed the first U.S. Health Information Exchange (HIE) which was the model for the many HIEs that followed, and which now carries 6 billion results from hospitals across Indiana. He developed the Logical Observation Identifier Names and Codes (LOINC) database to provide universal identifiers for clinical observations, was coauthor of the UCUM standard for computable units of measure, one of the founders and authors of the Health Level 7 (HL7) standard and a major contributor to the genomics reporting chapter of the 2018  V2 laboratory Results message. He is active in the development of the FHIR genomics reporting standard, and FHIR input forms development (Questionnaire and Structured Data Capture) and has developed web-based software tools to generate executable web forms and clinical flowsheets.

    Teresa Zayas-Caban, PhD

    Chief Scientist, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology

    Dr. Teresa Zayas Cabán is ONC’s Chief Scientist and is responsible for developing and evaluating ONC’s overall scientific efforts and activities. Her division develops, establishes, or recommends scientific policy to the National Coordinator. She directs ONC’s precision medicine initiative (PMI) activities and provides oversight of ONC’s patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR) projects.

    Dr. Zayas Cabán was previously the Chief of Health IT research and acting director of the division of health IT at the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). While at AHRQ, she set new directions for their funding opportunities and coordinated with federal partners, such as the National Science Foundation.

    Before joining AHRQ, she served as a post-doctoral trainee in the computation and informatics in biology and medicine program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Zayas Cabán obtained her doctorate in industrial and systems engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she was a National Science Foundation graduate research fellow in industrial engineering.

    W. Ed Hammond, PhD (Moderator)

    Director, Duke Center for Health Informatics, Clinical and Translational Science Institute

    Ed Hammond has provided vision and leadership in most aspects of health informatics for over fifty years. He has been engaged with American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA), American College of Medical Informatics (ACMI), International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA), Health Level 7 (HL7) International, International Organization for Standardization Technical Committee 215, and various US government activities over the years. His current research is in data visualization; realizing interoperability using HL7 FHIR®, SMART®, and clinical decision support (CDS) Hooks; app development; registries, EMRs, and data elements. He is also committed to the concept of learning health as the primary way in which we can most effectively increase the quality and performance of health care.  He has a National Center for Advancing Translational Science (NCATS) grant to automate and digitize the entire process in support of a single institutional review board (IRB) for multiple site IRBs.