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Team inclusiveness in health professions education - MedEd Studio with Walter Eppich

07-12-2021 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Add to iCal
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While recent initiatives to prepare clinicians for team-based practice emphasize interprofessional education, entrenched structures and practices remain that continue to foster intraprofessional approaches.

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Team inclusiveness in health professions education

Clinical workplaces are often characterized by stark boundaries and tribal mentalities between professions and disciplines. Unfortunately, these same boundaries serve to impede that same communication pathways that are vital for safe, effective, resilient patient care. These tensions also impede discourses within and between teams that hamper individual and team learning.  

Team inclusiveness, driven by both beliefs and behaviours, could help overcome these tensions and serve both learning and patient care. In this session.  

Walter Eppich will explore explore beliefs and behaviours that promote team inclusiveness and its learning potential, such as the importance of psychological safety and perspective taking, inclusive leadership, and team reflection.

Walter Eppich, KIPRIME.
Walter Eppich. Photo: N/A.

Walter Eppich, MD, PhD, FSSH

- Professor and Chair of RCSI SIM, the Centre for Simulation Education and Research.

With a clinical background as an emergency paediatrician, Prof Eppich’s research uses qualitative methodologies to study synergies between simulation and workplace learning in the areas of team reflection, healthcare debriefing, and team adaptation. He earned a PhD in Medical Education from Maastricht University with a thesis focused on conversational learning.

He has co-authored over 80 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters. He collaborates with team and organizational psychologists to study team processes both in and outside of healthcare.

In 2018, he traveled to Antarctica to perform ethnographic field observations and in-depth qualitative interviews to investigate how Antarctic research teams adapt to ever-changing conditions in extreme environments. His research program seeks to delineate the contribution of workplace talk and team interactions to learning and performance. 

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Developing learner feedback literacy - MedEd Studio with Professor Liz Molloy

27-10-2021 9:00 am - 10:30 am Add to iCal
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Although feedback is central to learning, it is often reported to be ineffective. In this workshop Professor Elizabeth Molloy, Director of Interprofessional Education and Practice at Melbourne University, will introduce the concept of learner feedback literacy and provide illustrative examples of what this can look like in healthcare and higher education contexts.

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Developing learner feedback literacy: seeking, processing and using performance relevant information for the task, and beyond

Two health care workers talk in the hospital corridor
Photo: GettyImages.

Although feedback is central to learning, it is often reported to be ineffective. Academic and healthcare institutions have responded to ‘the feedback problem’ by training more educators to be better at delivering feedback information to recipients. Rather than doing more of the same, with little effect, our recent research suggests that we would do better to reframe what is meant by feedback, and in doing so, encourage learners to have a more active role in the process.  

In this interactive session, Liz introduce the concept of learner feedback literacy, and provide illustrative examples of what this can look like in healthcare and higher education contexts. Educators will be challenged to think about what they can do to support learner agency within feedback processes, including acknowledging the important role of emotion in learning.   

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Prof Elizabeth Molloy, Melbourne University
Prof Elizabeth Molloy, Melbourne University. Photo: N/A.

Professor Elizabeth Molloy

Liz Molloy is Professor of Work Integrated Learning in the Department of Medical Education, and Director of Interprofessional Education and Practice in the Faculty MDHS at the University of Melbourne. Liz completed a PhD in 2006 on feedback in clinical education. Her research focuses on feedback and assessment, workplace learning, and interprofessional learning and practice.

Liz was awarded a KIPRIME Fellow in 2019, and is a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Health Professions Education (ANZAHPE).

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KIPRIME winner: Understanding and using theory in Health Professions Education Scholarship

11-10-2021 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm Add to iCal
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Dr. Glenn Regehr. Photo: Press image, UBC.
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Welcome to an inspiring webinar with KIPRIME winner 2020, Glenn Regehr.

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Understanding and using theory in Health Professions Education Scholarship

Authors in health professions education (researchers and innovators alike) are increasingly being challenged to articulate the theories they used to develop their ideas. However, there is a wide range of understanding with regard to what constitutes a theory, leading to confusions about exactly how theory should be used and how it should be represented in the publication.

This session with the KIPRIME winner Glenn Regehr will explore the various ways in which “theory” is understood and used in health professions education, and will offer some practical ideas about where and how to use theory when developing our ideas and writing our papers.

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The webbinar is arranged by LIME, Unit for Teaching and learning and the Committee for Higher Education.

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Published: 2021-08-17 17:51 | Updated: 2021-08-17 17:51

Nominate clinical activities with learning in focus for the KLOK award

The KLOK award highlights clinical activities where good leadership and organisation with learning in focus promotes high-quality clinical education. Last day for nomination is August 23.

The KLOK award (Clinical Learning through Organizational and Competence development) is awarded to a clinical activity that is deemed to have made efforts to support undergraduate education at KI, in one or more of the following areas:

  • Interprofessional education
  • Student-centered learning
  • Pedagogical skills development
  • Pedagogical development and research
  • Environment for students' learning
  • Implementation of VFU in connection with COVID-19

The award amount is 50 000 SEK.

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Nomination must be received by August 23, 2021.

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How should we build preparedness for the next health crisis?

30-09-2021 12:15 pm - 2:00 pm Add to iCal
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KI Campus Solna and Online
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Save the date for a seminar with President Ole Petter Ottersen discussing how we should and can prepare for the next health crisis.

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LIME talks: Separating hype from reality when a new technology emerges

02-06-2021 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Add to iCal
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When an innovation or a new technology emerges, how does one separate hype from reality?

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It is commonly observed that the spontaneous emergence of enthusiasm for a new idea, an innovation or a new technology, is suddenly cut-off by an unpredictable, brisk collective disinterest. The intrinsic uncertainty underlying such large amplitude oscillations generates an important source of risks for decision makers such as investors in emerging high tech ventures, and managers and consumers considering the adoption of an innovation.

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Dr. Fariba Hashemi is a lecturer at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETHZ) Switzerland, and affiliated with Karolinska Institutet, Department of LIME, Unit for Bioentrepreneurship since 2012.

Dr. Max Olivier Hongler is Professor Emeritus at the School of Engineering, Microengineering Institute of Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) Switzerland.

Dr. Olivier Gallay is a Full Professor at the Department of Operations, Faculty of Business and Economics of HEC Lausanne, University of Lausanne, Switzerland.

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Carl Johan Sundberg, Head of the Dept. of Learning, Informatics, Management and Ethics (LIME), Karolinska Institutet

Paper referred to in this LIME talks

Title: Opinion formation dynamics—Swift collective disillusionment triggered by unmet expectations

Keywords:  Innovation diffusion, Collective dynamics, Queuing systems, Hype cycle, Wiener disorder problem, Optimal detection

This paper presents results of a multidisciplinary collaboration addressing two main questions:

  1. How to stylize, from a multi-agent perspective, the emergence of such collective positive trends for an innovation, followed by sudden disinterest?
  2. How to detect, as swiftly as possible and considering a given risk for error, the onset of the disinterest phase?

Publication: Physica A (2021)

Authors: Max Olivier Hongler, Olivier Gallay and Fariba Hashemi

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Interest Groups on AI - A Summer Special seminar in the AI@KI The Falafel Series

21-05-2021 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm Add to iCal
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Welcome to The Falafel Series Summer Special by AI@KI

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Happy Summer!

The Falafel Series Summer Special – Interest Groups on AI 

The last seminar in the Falafel Series before summer is a celebration of the unbroken string of seminars through the cold winter. We will leave the speaker’s microphone to anyone attending who has an interest group to recommend. We will hear about NLP Friends, Women in AI, R Ladies, and many more initiatives.

While we still have to keep it digital, we will toast in summer with pointers and links to others that are like us.

Be there or be square!

 

AI@KI is a strategic project initiated by the President of KI with the goal to collect and describe all activities at KI related to artificial intelligence (AI). The assessment of which research at KI is AI-related and which AI methods are used, is made by project leader Magnus Boman, affiliated with KI/LIME.

The Falafel Series is a seminar series on methods in AI for health. The series runs late Friday afternoons as an After Work activity, approximately twice per month.

The purpose of the series is to inform people on what is ongoing or planned, and who does what with AI at Karolinska Institutet. The bulk of each hour spent in seminar is interactive discussion!

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Summer LIME talks: Apollo’s Arrow: The Profound and Enduring Impact of Coronavirus on the Way We Live

18-06-2021 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Add to iCal
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Join us for a special Summer edition of LIME talks with prof Nicholas Christakis who will talk about "Apollo’s Arrow: The Profound and Enduring Impact of Coronavirus on the Way We Live".

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Book cover Apollo's Arrow by Nicholas A Christakis
Book cover of Apollo's Arrow by Nicholas A. Christakis

Apollo's Arrow offers a broad account of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic as it swept through American society in 2020 and of how the pandemic will unfold, and ultimately end, in the coming years.

Using up-to-the-moment information, and drawing on epidemiology, sociology, medicine, public health, history, virology, and other fields, it explores what it means to live in a time of plague — an experience that is paradoxically uncommon to the vast majority of humans who are alive, yet deeply fundamental to our species.

Unleashing new divisions in our society as well as new opportunities for cooperation, this 21st-century pandemic has upended our lives in ways that test our frayed collective culture.

Apollo's Arrow envisions what happens when the great force of a deadly germ meets the enduring reality of our evolved social nature.

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Please register to the Zoom webinar (https://ki-se.zoom.us/j/65177740762) in order to be able to join.

Nicholas A. Christakis
Nicholas A. Christakis Photo: Big Think

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Nicholas A. Christakis, MD, PhD, MPH, is the Sterling Professor of Social and Natural Science at Yale University.

His work is in the fields of network science, biosocial science, and behavior genetics. Further prof Christakis directs the Human Nature Lab and is the Co-Director of the Yale Institute for Network Science. He was elected to the National Academy of Medicine in 2006; the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 2010 and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2017.

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Carl Johan Sundberg, Head of the Dept. of Learning, Informatics, Management and Ethics (LIME), Karolinska Institutet

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Published: 2021-05-05 17:07 | Updated: 2021-05-06 09:20

Johan Häggström new work environment representative

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Johan Häggström will now serve together with Elisabet Lindgren as the department's Work environment representative (also called Safety representative).

Being a Work Environment Representative is a position of trust where you represent all at LIME in work environment issues, collaborate in the systematic work environment management and are part of the department's work environment group. 

The local safety representatives represent employees in working environment and safety related issues. The representatives will, among other things, work for a good work environment within its area of protection as well as report shortcomings in the work environment to the employer.

You can always contact the safety representatives at your department to discuss your work environment and safety or any issue related thereto. The content of any such discussion shall remain confidential.
The safety representatives are members of the work environment group at LIME.

<a href="https://staff.ki.se/people/johan-haggstrom">Johan Häggström</a>

  • Title: Accounting supervisor
  • Phone: 08-524 866 09
  • Unit: C7 Department of Learning, Informatics, Management and Ethics
  • Email: johan.haggstrom@ki.se
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<a href="https://staff.ki.se/people/elisabet-lindgren">Elisabet Lindgren</a>

  • Title: Education officer
  • Phone: 08-524 836 38
  • Unit: C7 Department of Learning, Informatics, Management and Ethics
  • Email: elisabet.lindgren@ki.se
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Risk prediction in lymphoma - can we do better than the International prognostic Index? A seminar in the AI@KI - The Falafel Series

07-05-2021 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm Add to iCal
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Welcome to The Falafel Series by AI@KI and listen to Sandra Eloranta talk about "Risk prediction in lymphoma - can we do better than the International prognostic Index?"

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AI@KI is a strategic project initiated by the President of KI with the goal to collect and describe all activities at KI related to artificial intelligence (AI). The assessment of which research at KI is AI-related and which AI methods are used, is made by project leader Magnus Boman, affiliated with KI/LIME.

The Falafel Series is a seminar series on methods in AI for health. The series runs late Friday afternoons as an After Work activity, approximately twice per month.

The purpose of the series is to inform people on what is ongoing or planned, and who does what with AI at Karolinska Institutet. The bulk of each hour spent in seminar is interactive discussion!

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<a href="https://staff.ki.se/people/sandra-eloranta">Sandra Eloranta</a>

  • Title: Research coordinator
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  • Unit: K2 Department of Medicine, Solna
  • Email: sandra.eloranta@ki.se
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