Webinars

Webinars are a great way to breathe new life and professional development into those months between ASPE annual conferences. A Webinar is a seminar conducted over the Internet using a combination of conference calls and a website, or an online application for meetings. They are usually an hour long and begin with a presentation followed by a discussion between the presenters and attendees. We offer Webinars on a variety of subjects and at a variety of times to make them attractive and available to as many people as possible.

Upcoming Webinar

ASPE Case Development Template: Now Including Human Simulation Online

 

The ASPE Case Development Template was presented in 2017 as a comprehensive resource to simulated patient case authors. In 2020, the need for updates to address the demand of case development for Human Simulation Online was identified. This presentation will launch the Board-approved revised ASPE Case Development Template. Opening up the ASPE Case Development Template to include prompts and guidance related to online human simulation content lends itself to expanding the creativity of case developers and encourages the consideration of items not previously included. In addition to sharing the newly revised ASPE Case Development Template, we will highlight areas of expansion and provide a guided tour of the newly added Human Simulation Online Addendum.

Date:  Monday, January 30, 2023

Time: 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. ET

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Upcoming Book Cafe 

The End of Bias: A Beginning: The Science and Practice of Overcoming Unconscious Bias

Unconscious bias: persistent, unintentional prejudiced behavior that clashes with our consciously held beliefs. We know that it exists, to corrosive and even lethal effect. We see it in medicine, the workplace, education, policing, and beyond. But when it comes to uprooting our prejudices, we still have far to go.

With nuance, compassion, and ten years' immersion in the topic, Jessica Nordell weaves gripping stories with scientific research to reveal how minds, hearts, and behaviors change. She scrutinizes diversity training, deployed across the land as a corrective but with inconsistent results. She explores what works and why: the diagnostic checklist used by doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital that eliminated disparate treatment of men and women; the preschool in Sweden where teachers found ingenious ways to uproot gender stereotyping; the police unit in Oregon where the practice of mindfulness and specialized training has coincided with a startling drop in the use of force.

Captivating, direct, and transformative, The End of Bias: A Beginning brings good news. Biased behavior can change; the approaches outlined here show how we can begin to remake ourselves and our world.

Date:  Thursday, February 16, 2023

Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. ET

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If members miss the webinar, the files are archived here.


Available for Both Members and Non-Members 

Previous Webinars

Social Science  Perspectives on Addressing Ableism and Racialization in Academia and Healthcare


 

Voices of the SP


The Social Construction of Race and its Impact on Medicine and Biomedical Research

Literature Reference


 

Handouts

EMS Data Sheet

Final Telecommunication Webinar PPT

Online OSCE SP Performance Briefing

Webinar Outline Handout

Post Webinar Handout 1

Post Webinar Handout 2

Summative PE Options without an SP

Telecommunication Software Comparison

Q & A

Videoconference Meeting Best Practice 

Videoconference Tools Comparison

BlueJeans Penn Medicine - Video Meeting Best Practices - Do's and Dont's