AME Grand Rounds: Trust in Healthcare Education

Tuesday, August 10, 2021 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (Add to Calendar)
ZOOM
Mel Anderson MD MACP

AME Grand Rounds:
Trust in Healthcare Education
Mel Anderson MD MACP
Associate Professor of Medicine
University of Colorado Anschutz
Tuesday, August 10, 2021
12:00pm—1:00pm

Event will be held on Zoom
 
Brief  overview:
As educators, what should we do to create a "safe" learning environment? Deliver constructive feedback in a way that learners view positively? Successfully engage a learner who seems disinterested? While much has been written about the centrality of trust in relationships with patients, the conversation around trust in education has focused on 'entrustment' of patient care activities to medical learners. What has been missing is a discussion about trust in educational relationships more broadly. Drawing from a diverse set of Psychological, Philosophical, and Sociological resources, Dr. Anderson will illustrate how we can be trustworthy in our relationships with learners, and how the resulting trust forms the basis for high-impact, meaningful, education.
 
By the end of this session, participants will be able to:
· Describe the importance of trust in educational relationships.
· Identify at least three key characteristics of trustworthiness.
· Incorporate trust into your approach to effective teaching.

Mel L. Anderson, MD, MACP is an Academic Hospitalist and Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine (UCSOM). He serves as the National Program Director for Hospital Medicine in the Veterans Healthcare Administration. Dr. Anderson graduated AOA from the University of Texas, Houston, School of Medicine (now the McGovern School of Medicine) in 1994 and completed Internal Medicine residency and a Chief Residency at the David Grant USAF Medical Center in California. Dr. Anderson served for many years as an associate program director and interim program director for the UCSOM Internal Medicine Residency Program, where he founded and led the Clinician/Educator residency pathway and mentored hundreds of future internists. His academic interests center on bedside clinical teaching, faculty development, and teaching and implementing Evidence-Based Medicine. He loves spending time with spouse and best friend Maria, daughter Claire, and friends and family.

The speaker and planners do not have any relevant financial relationships and do not intend to reference the off-label or investigative use of commercial products and/or devices.
 
 

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