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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.
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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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Published: 2021-09-27 13:22 | Updated: 2021-09-27 13:31

Participate in research study on the opening of Campus

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Research study on safe opening of Campus for students and teachers due to the SARS-CoV-2 infection Photo: Christina Sundqvist

Karolinska Institutet is carrying out a research study to evaluate whether the opening of Campus has an effect on the spread of COVID-19. Students and teachers at KI are welcome to participate.

Participation in the study takes place via an app where you will regularly answer questionnaires about, for example, your travel patterns, teaching and health status.

The project started already last year to evaluate whether the opening of the Campus has an effect on the spread of SARS-CoV-2 and almost 1000 students are already participating in the study. Now that the Campus is opening more and more and Sweden has continued spread of COVID-19 in society, the study continues, and the project is now looking for more participants.

The research study is about understanding the conditions and behavior of students and teachers to be able to develop an action plan to minimize the spread of infection. 

– KI is a world-leading medical university, we have a special responsibility not to contribute to ill health through increased spread of infection while we also have a responsibility to generate knowledge for the future, says Joakim Dillner, professor at KI and responsible for the study.

Participation in the study is voluntary and no compensation is paid.

Read more about the project.
 

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Lectures and seminars
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

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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
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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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Published: 2021-09-22 15:52 | Updated: 2021-09-23 14:46

Nominate teacher representatives for the KI University Board

All KI employees and students are welcome to nominate teacher representatives to the KI University Board (Konsistoriet) between September 22 - October 13, 2021.

Background

This fall, an online election will be held to appoint three new teacher representatives to the KI University Board (Konsistoriet). The term of office for the three current teacher representatives expires on December 31, 2021.

Nominations

To be eligible, nominees must have completed a doctoral degree and be permanently employed or have an appointment at KI during the entire term of office: January 1, 2022 - December 31, 2025.

You may nominate multiple candidates. Chapter 1 of the Higher Education Act (1992: 1434, section 5) states that equality between women and men shall be observed and promoted in the university's activities, and the university board has stated that an even gender distribution should be sought when appointing management personnel. This should be interpreted as meaning that no gender should have less than 40 percent of the teaching positions on a board, committee or council. If this result is not achieved in the election, the election result must be adjusted. This shall be done by replacing one or more elected members of the over-represented sex who have received the lowest number of votes with the one or those of the under-represented sex who, without being elected, have the highest number of votes.

The nominations must be submitted via the KI registrar no later than October 13, 2021 at 24.00 and marked with Dnr STYR 1-814 / 2021 (please use the link below). Nominated candidates should be consulted before their names are submitted.

Election

The online direct election will take place within the academy in accordance with current election rules. The task of the nomination assembly is to prepare the election by establishing a list of eligible candidates following a presentation by the nomination committee. In this election, the academy will appoint three new teacher representatives to the KI University Board. The election result will be finalized by the university director.

Read more about KI academic elections

How to nominate teacher representatives

Karolinska Institutet's board is the university's highest decision-making body. Using the link below, submit your proposals for teacher representative candidates to KI's registrar, registrator@ki.se, marked with STYR 1-814 / 2021. Please remember to consult with candidates before submitting their names.

Submit your nominations for faculty representatives via email

All nominations must be received by the registrar no later than midnight on October 13, 2021.

Registrar address and hours

Mailing address: 171 77 Stockholm

Visiting address: Nobels väg 5, Solna

Monday-Friday 10:00-12:00

<a href="https://staff.ki.se/people/sara-sigsjo">Sara Sigsjö</a>

  • Title: Administrative officer
  • Phone: +46-(0)8-524 87201
  • Unit: UF Central Administration
  • Email: sara.sigsjo@ki.se
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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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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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Register for the webinar here.

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

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Published: 2021-09-19 22:00 | Updated: 2021-09-20 13:34

Nominate new members of the KI Faculty Council

All KI employees and students are welcome to nominate KI professors to the Faculty Council between September 20 - October 11, 2021.

Background

This fall, the Nomination Assembly will elect three representatives to the KI Faculty Council. The mandate period for current members Rickard Sandberg (CMB), Gunilla Karlsson Hedestam (MTC), and Angelica Linden Hirschberg (KBH) expires on December 31.

Nominations

To be eligible, nominees must be permanently employed KI professors throughout the mandate period (January 1, 2022 - December 31, 2024).

The Higher Education Act (1992:1434, Chapter 1, Section 5) states that equality between women and men shall be observed and promoted in the university's activities, and the university board has stated that an even gender distribution should be sought when appointing management personnel. This should be interpreted as meaning that no gender should have less than 40 percent of the teaching positions on a board, committee, or council. If this result is not achieved in the election, the election result must be adjusted. This shall be done by replacing the member from the overrepresented sex with the one from the underrepresented sex who, without being elected, has the highest number of votes.

You may nominate multiple candidates. The nominations must be submitted via the registrar and marked with reference number 1-802/2021 (see email link below). Nominated candidates should be consulted before their names are submitted to the registrar.

Election

The Nomination Assembly will carry out the electronic election based on the slate of nominated candidates that are proposed and vetted by the Nomination Committee, taking into account the need for a good gender balance. The election result will be confirmed by the university director.

Read more about the nomination assembly and the nomination committee

The election will be conducted electronically within the Nomination Assembly in accordance with the election rules. The Nomination Committee prepares the Nomination Assembly's work by receiving proposals from teachers, other employees and students. The committee then vets the nominations for eligibility and presents a slate of candidates to the full assembly. The Nomination Assembly shall then appoint three representatives.

Nomination of faculty representatives (Ref. 1-802/2021)

The Faculty Council supports the university president's long-term strategic work and provides guidance on issues related to scientific activities at Karolinska Institutet.

The president presides over council meetings in the presence of the university vice president and university director. The council consists of nine permanently employed professors, two junior teachers, and three student representatives.

Submit your nominations for faculty representatives via email

All nominations must be received by the registrar no later than midnight on October 11, 2021.

Registrar address and hours

Mailing address: 171 77 Stockholm

Visiting address: Nobels väg 5, Solna

Monday-Friday 10:00-12:00

<a href="https://staff.ki.se/people/sara-sigsjo">Sara Sigsjö</a>

  • Title: Administrative officer
  • Phone: +46-(0)8-524 87201
  • Unit: UF Central Administration
  • Email: sara.sigsjo@ki.se
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Engaging your audience with improved interview skills – face-to-face or in a digital setting

09-11-2021 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Add to iCal
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Interviewing is not only asking questions, it's seeking information and then using it to further the interview. How do the professionals approach it? What are the skills and secrets of conducting a really good interview and how can you improve your in-person and digital interviewing?

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As a researcher you need to be able to drive a discussion or panel forward in an energetic way, and as a teacher you like to engage your learners. Interviewing is about engaging the audience - an audience that may have a short attention span on the screen in front of you. How do you grab the audience, hold on to it and make sure that what you are saying is heard and understood?

Learn from a former BBC News anchor who has spent 40 years asking questions and talking to audiences.  Would you like to know the secret of success?

Maxine Mawhinney
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Maxine Mawhinney

To your assistance we have one of BBC:s former head anchor that have conducted thousands of interviews with reluctant, hesitant and eager participants. Maxine Mawhinney is one of the most experienced journalists, broadcasters and interviewers in the UK with an award-winning career covering some of the major global news stories of the last 40 years including the Clinton presidency and the death of Princess Diana. She spent 21 years as a senior news anchor at BBC TV News in London and founded the BBC College of Journalism. She is a Senior Faculty member at the Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm where she lectures in the Communications programme. Maxine is a sought-after international keynote speaker, conference host, interviewer, broadcaster and panel moderator.

This seminar is part 2 in our workshops with Maxine Mawhinney. The first one is given Oct 13 and focused on how to run and present in a scientific panel discussion.

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How to present your research in a global setting online or face-to-face: Upgrade your panel performance!

13-10-2021 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm Add to iCal
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Panels, debates, oral- and poster presentations are all important parts of any scientific conference. Join this workshop to improve your presentation skills and make sure your voice will be heard. You will also learn how to lead and chair a session professionally. Learn the skills for a face-to-face setting as well as a digital format.

Content

The workshop will be facilitated by Maxine Mawhinney with over 30 years of experience as a broadcasting journalist and BBC News Anchor. Maxine will guide you and put you to work immediately, enhancing your performance to get your information heard and understood. 

You will during the workshop get both the perspectives of chairing a panel/debate/session and getting the most of the panellists, as well as how to participate in a panel/debate/discussion and getting your message ahead. 

Target group

The workshop is suitable for researchers, conference/session chairs and educators that wants to use panels/debates in learning situations.

Maxine Mawhinney
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Maxine Mawhinney

Maxine Mawhinney is one of the most experienced journalists, broadcasters and interviewers in the UK with an award-winning career covering some of the major global news stories of the last 40 years including the Clinton presidency and the death of Princess Diana. She spent 21 years as a senior news anchor at BBC TV News in London and founded the BBC College of Journalism.

She is a Senior Faculty member at the Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm where she lectures in the Communications programme. Maxine is a sought-after international keynote speaker, conference host, interviewer, broadcaster and panel moderator.

This workshop is part 1 of 2 with Maxine Mawhinney. The second one is held Nov 9 and focuses on how you can get the most of an interview.

The workshops will not be recorded and are single offers.

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Drop in-workshop: Canvas/Padlet/Mentimeter

16-11-2021 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm Add to iCal
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Zoom
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Are you stuck in Canvas? Do you need help with Padlet or Mentimeter? Perhaps you have a question about publishing videos in Canvas?

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Welcome to join drop-in workshops.

Take the chance to drop-in digitally to ask your questions or just share ideas with colleagues. Feel free to eavesdrop on the session - you might be inspired by suggestions and ideas from colleagues!
 
Welcome to our drop-in sessions on the third Tuesday of each month. You are welcome to ask questions both big and small, in English or Swedish.
 
See you in a Zoom room near you!

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Drop in-workshop: Canvas/Padlet/Mentimeter

19-10-2021 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm Add to iCal
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Zoom
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Are you stuck in Canvas? Do you need help with Padlet or Mentimeter? Perhaps you have a question about publishing videos in Canvas?

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Student typing on computer
Welcome to join drop-in workshops.

Take the chance to drop-in digitally to ask your questions or just share ideas with colleagues. Feel free to eavesdrop on the session - you might be inspired by suggestions and ideas from colleagues!
 
Welcome to our drop-in sessions on the third Tuesday of each month. You are welcome to ask questions both big and small, in English or Swedish.
 
See you in a Zoom room near you!

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