SEED: Supporting Educational Excellence in Diversity

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Now offering CME for SEED! View event calendar for details.

The Office for Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in coordination with the Office of Continuing Medical Education is offering a four-part hybrid (online and in class) training for SEED: Supporting Educational Excellence in Diversity.

Upon completion of this series, participants will be able to apply cultural humility to empower their teaching, identify the key elements of curricular content that contribute to the cultural microaggressions that impede learning and develop self-management and communications skills to navigate difficult interactions that impact cultural safety.

Attendees will be participating in a positive and nonjudgmental faculty development environment that combines online learning with in-person cohort discussions.

Audience: All Instructors on Record (IORs) and faculty

Registration is now open for this four-part hybrid (online and in class) session offered on the following dates: 

    • April 14 from 12:30 - 4:30 p.m. in Sacramento
    • May 5 from 12:30 - 4:30 p.m. in Sacramento
    • June 2 from 12:30 - 4:30 p.m. in Sacramento

    IMPORTANT NOTE: Participants must complete all online assignments and the class session to receive a certificate of completion.

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    Providing Effective Feedback to Learners

    Think about a teaching session that you recently led. How much feedback did you provide? How useful do you think your feedback was?

    Without effective feedback, good practice is not reinforced, poor performance is not corrected, and the path to improvement not identified.

    The goal of this workshop is to provide faculty with additional knowledge and skills they need to provide more effective feedback to a learner, whether in the laboratory, classroom or clinic.

    Course Objectives:

    • Gain familiarity with key concepts in providing feedback
    • Enhance versatility in teaching behaviors for providing feedback
    • Formulate personal goals for improving techniques for providing feedback to learners

    Presented by: Mark Servis, M.D., Vice Dean for Medical Education, School of Medicine

    Audience: Open to all faculty

    The date of this workshop has passed.