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A two-day session will convene world leaders, influencers and visionaries from diverse fields to explore ideas to bring forward lifelong learning translation in healthcare.
High-level outcomes from FuturistForum will be shared during the webinar. Summary : Transformative learning TL has been described as learning that challenges established perspectives, leading to new ways of being in the world. As a learning theory it has resonated with educators globally, including in the health professions. In this webinar we will discuss some of the tenets that underpin TL, including its epistemology and ontology, while also considering some of the critiques levelled against it. We will explore how TL might manifest in our classrooms, and in the many different spaces where the clinical training of health professions students takes place.
Transformative Learning as a Discourse.
Journal of Transformative Education. In this webinar we will explore TL as a theoretical construct and consider its implications for HPE in practice. This webinar is aimed at the general readership and more junior academics the health professional education, where new journals have emerged and increasing numbers of manuscripts are being submitted. This webinar is aimed at relatively novice reviewers and those who would like to, but have not plucked up the courage as yet.
Information about how to do it will be presented — there are some differences for medical education manuscripts compared to traditional medical research manuscripts — and hopes to inspire greater participation by readers and more junior academics. While the presentation is based on reviewing for MedEdPublish — the new post publication peer review journal published by AMEE — the material should be relevant to all health professional education publications.
With the increase in the number s of manuscripts being submitted, we need more reviewers and more reviews. This webinar presents information about how to do it — there are some differences for medical education manuscripts — and hopes to inspire greater participation by readers and more junior academics. The scholarship of teacher identity in the health professions is small compared to the vast literature on professional identity formation, yet teacher identity is a vital consideration for faculty developers and for anyone looking to develop as a teacher.
This webinar will reveal what is known about teacher identity in the health professions and will focus in particular on the contingent nature of teacher identity in academic and clinical workplaces. The webinar will cover frameworks for thinking about identity and will offer solutions for shoring up teacher identity in academic and clinical workplaces. Emotional Intelligence teaching and learning is offered early in the medical curriculum as part of the multi-dimensional course aimed at the development of knowledge and skills in self-development and well-being.
Emotional Intelligence formed part of this program and was progressively embedded into the first and second year curriculum, through regular small group sessions, experiential learning, lectures and reflective assessment tasks. Succinctly outline the history and the developmental challenges of establishing a model of Emotional Intelligence in a medical curriculum clarify student learning, medical educator expertise, Patient Centred Care orientation. Provide an opportunity to understand and experience examples of emotional intelligence learning exercises, within the context of an overall Health and Well Being course initiative.
Conclude with question and answers on importance for future medical doctors to have optimum Emotional Intelligence levels. Who : Curriculum reviewers and designers, medical educators, pastoral and clinical educators, counselling and support staff, administrative and senior policy executives. Observation is a two way process, learning from the facilitator but also giving specific feedback to the facilitator. My methods include the learning environment, facilitator talk time, facilitator statement count and statement flow.
These techniques are evidenced for the facilitator to see and be given precise feedback on their skills. Aim : This webinar will give the watcher a framework to give the facilitator evidenced feedback. However, medical professionalism is a social construct which varies according to cultural contexts. Western frameworks of medical professionalism articulating patient autonomy may not resonate with non-Western cultural values on family involvement in medical decisions. This webinar will introduce participants to a systematic approach to develop a medical professionalism curriculum which fits their institutional cultural context.
The webinar is aimed at any health profession educators who teach and assess medical professionalism. However, medical professionalism is a social construct varying according to cultural contexts. This webinar will introduce participants to a systematic approach to develop a medical professionalism curriculum which fits their cultural context. The webinar is aimed at medical educators who teach and assess medical professionalis m.
But are they here to stay? After briefly introducing ourselves, we will discuss the current role of EPAs in medical education.
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Cohen ; Buckley Whitehead ; Schilpp ; Lowe —90; Lucas ; Weber Williams Cullity Marion b , Rickert ; Ollig Bambrough ; Ellis b. Byrne Kim I have made no attempt to do justice to work in analytic philosophy after roughly This is not only because the sheer amount of work being published is unsurveyable p. What I have focused on instead is selecting key works in the emerging subfield of analytic philosophy that is history of analytic philosophy.
In selecting the entries I have been guided by the contributions to the present Handbook and by further recommendations sent to me by several of the contributors.
Analytic philosophy has become increasingly complex in its ramifications, and historians of analytic philosophy have become increasingly aware of the broader context, so there is value in simply juxtaposing key events and publications in such a condensed way to provide a sense of the bigger picture, and to indicate some of the gaps in existing accounts, including in the present Handbook.
That said, I should note that I have not sought to include anything about the extra-philosophical context other than a few developments in mathematics and science; so there is nothing on artistic, literary, or political events, for example. That would have taken up even more months of my life.
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Whatever its deficiencies may be, I hope that this chronology can at least provide a basis for adapted and revised versions to assist future work in history of analytic philosophy. Have courage to use your own understanding! Sorley Gardiner ; Campbell Woodbridge and J. McKeen Cattell; pub. Columbia University. January completed August Mancosu Ogden and Ramsey, introd. James and Bergson; realists, also incl. Wittgenstein , pp. Nagel, Chisholm, Hook.
Carnap b. Lewis, Schlick, Aldrich, Adjukiewicz, E. Bouwsma Knox, pub. Geach and Black. Russell a , — Strawson a.