The 2020 IAMSE Spring Webcast Audio Seminar Series will continue on August 20! This season will focus on health systems sciences. Health Systems Sciences has evolved as the third pillar of medical education, integrated with the two historic pillars—basic and clinical sciences. To address this curricular innovation, the Spring 2020 IAMSE webcast audio seminar series will explore the implementation of Health Systems Science (HSS) curricula in medical education. This August, we’ve lined up multiple speakers to shine a light on the topic across multiple landscapes in medical education. In our fourth session, we welcome Drs. Luan Lawson of the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University and Kelly Caverzagie of the University of Nebraska School of Medicine.
Luan Lawson and Kelly Caverzagie
Preparing Faculty to Teach HSS in the Clinical Learning Environment
Presenters: Luan Lawson, MD and Kelly Caverzagie, MD, FACP, FHM
Session: August 20, 2020 at 12pm Eastern Time
In prior sessions of this series, participants learned about the development of the HSS and its critical role to student learning in modern healthcare as well as opportunities for implementing HSS into medical school curricula. In this session, participant learning will focus on varied roles faculty can play in enhancing (or hindering) student learning of HSS in the pre-clinical and clinical environment. The importance of faculty understanding and engagement in health systems priorities with the goal of achieving mutual benefit will be discussed.
For more information, archives from this series’ previous sessions and to register for the Spring 2020 Audio Seminar Series, please click the links below.