A more detailed program will be posted January 13, 2016
Plenary Session-Invited Speaker
THE LOOMING HEALTH THREATS FROM CLIMATE CHANGE
Climate change is causing, and will increasingly cause, a wide range of adverse health effects, including heat-related disorders, infectious diseases, respiratory and allergic disorders, malnutrition, mental health problems, and violence. The scientific bases for the associations between climate change and health problems are evolving as are the strategies for adapting to climate change and mitigating the greenhouse gases, which are its primary cause. This plenary will discuss a core curriculum on climate change and public health, including key strategies for adaptation and mitigation. concepts and their application to the health impacts of climate change.
Barry Levy, MD, MPH Tufts University School of Medicine
Barry Levy is a consultant in occupational and environmental health and an adjunct professor of public health at Tufts University School of Medicine. He previously worked as a medical epidemiologist with the CDC, a professor and director of the occupational health program at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and as a director of international health programs. He served as president of the American Public Health Association. Levy has written many published papers on occupational health and public health, and has co-edited books on occupational and environmental health, mastering public health, climate change and public health, and the impact of war, terrorism, and social injustice on public health.
TEACHING SOCIAL JUSTICE AND HEALTH EQUITY
This workshop will bring together attendees to address approaches to curriculum development in the social determinants of health and social justice. Attendees will learn about:
Strengths and challenges of specific social justice learning pedagogies.
Course structure for social justice learning in public health and related disciplines, including learning competencies, assignment structures, and classroom/community connected learning experiences.
Systematic approaches to developing interprofessional curriculum on teaching about social determinants of health and health disparities.
Using a tailored approach in selecting and optimizing teaching strategies.
Attendees will conduct table work and discussion with a facilitator. Attendees are encouraged to bring syllabi, activities, assignments and other curricular materials for review at the tables. Table work will include Appraising strengths and weakness of teaching and learning strategies and how to apply teaching and learning strategies to attendees' curriculum development activities.
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Innovative Curricular Development
A stepped approach towards developing a multi-institutional climate change and health curriculum
Development of a B.S. in Public Health Degree: Measurement of Competence, and Preparation for Workforce, Graduate Education and Clinical Care Careers
Experiences with an Extracurricular Interprofessional LGBTQ Cultural & Clinical Competency (C3) Certificate Program
Enhancing Student Practice Skills
A Shop for Health: We Have Created That
Preparing pharmacy students to prevent, mitigate, and manage opioid misuse and abuse
Teaching Graduate Health Sciences Students about teaching: Building Academic Teaching Skills
Interprofessional Prevention Education Teaching
Community Experience: Interprofessional Education Bridging Health Professions Students, High School Students, and the Community
Ohio University Global Health Case Competition: Lessons learned from a unique interprofessional study abroad experience
Rural Oral Health Advancements through Interprofessional Training Program (ROADTRIP) for Primary Care
Cultural Competence and Inclusion
Beyond Cultural Competency: Teaching Institutional Racism to Masters of Public Health Students
Building Inclusive Classrooms and Clinics Workshop: School of Health Professions
Overcoming students' preconceived notions about cultural competence and diversity: Framing implicit bias as a cognitive judgment
Interprofessional Prevention Education Teaching Strategies and Tool
Improving Interprofessional Communication Skills with Standardized Patient Simulations
Preparing Students to Address Vulnerable Populations
UK Family Medicine / Pharmacy Curricular Change: Developing Interprofessional Collaboration in FQHCs
Interprofessional Prevention Education Evaluation and Trend
An analysis of Interprofessional Education in order to advance shared definitions, competencies, and resources for faculty at a health professions university
National Trends in Interprofessional Prevention Education and Practice
Beyond guest speakers – Integrating university-community partners into course curricula
Engaging Students and The Community In Preventive Health: It Takes A Village
Program Impact: Outcomes of an internship program designed to facilitate the development of minority students to become leaders in the public health
Medication Adherence Project (MAP): Training residents to use motivational interviewing skills and health literacy tools to improve patient medication adherence: a quality improvement research study.
Translation and Application of Health Literacy Concepts by Medical Students in a Family & Community Medicine Clerkship
ODPHP Health Literancy Grantee
Cross-Training in Health Profession
Dual Degree Programs - Barriers, Successes and Opportunities for Interprofessional Learning
Integrated Training for Population Health and Prevention in Medical Education
Training Undergraduate and Graduate Students as Community Health Workers
Teaching Health Equity
Global Health in Nursing and Interdisciplinary Education
Outcomes of a Health Policy Fellowship Program Targeting Health Equity
Social empathy: What is it and can it be measured? A first year medical student survey and reflective writing assignment
Enriching Students Knowledge by Increasing Service Learning in an Online Course Environment: A Quality Matters Designed Community Health Agency Course
Use of a simulation game in applying the PRECEDE-PROCEED planning model: an innovative approach to teaching and learning
National Library of Medicine (NLM) Community Mapping Project
An innovative strategy for engaging community members, students and researchers in population health.
Teaching social justice and health equity
A Systematic Approach to Teaching about Social Determinants of Health
Public Health & Social Justice: A Course on Health Equity and Skills of Activist Social Change