Involving Patient and Family Advisors as Teachers in Medical Education

Hosted by the Institute for Patient and Family Centered Care

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Overview

Medical schools are beginning to shift their programs to align with PFCC. The University of Michigan Medical School has effectively integrated patients and families as partners, co-creators, and co-implementers in curricula transformation, admissions, and learning support processes. This presentation will walk you through a stakeholder discussion including perspectives from a medical student, patient educator, and PFCC staff member about why and how to integrate patients and families as educators in a variety of classroom settings.

Webinar Objectives:

  • Describe how patient and family collaborations are evolving across the continuum of medical education.
  • Recognize the value of partnering with patient and family members in admissions processes, curriculum creation and implementation, competency evaluation, and learning support.
  • Identify roles for patient and family advisors as educators in learning environments.

Who Should Attend:

  • Patient and family advisors/leaders
  • Resident directors
  • Interprofessional education staff and faculty
  • Medical, nursing, and other health professional school staff and faculty
  • Administrative and clinical leaders
  • Physicians, nurses, and other staff
  • Coordinators responsible for implementing patient- and family-centered initiatives
  • Patient experience/patient relations personnel
  • Risk and safety personnel
  • Quality improvement personnel
  • Human resources personnel
  • Staff educators
Registration Type Live Webinar*  Recording Access Only**
 Pinwheel Sponsor  $119 $99
 Non-Pinwheel Sponsor $169

$125

 

*A group may participate in the same room on the call-in line. Live webinar participants will also receive 2 week access to a recording of the presentation, along with a handout of the slides and additional resources.

**Recording Access Only registrants will also receive a handout of the slides and additional resources. The recording will be available to view for a duration of 2 weeks.
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