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2020 JA Summit - Addressing Diversity in IPCE - Shared screen with speaker view
Teri Valls
37:57
good morning Marcia!
JA - Kate Regnier
38:26
Morning everyone!!!
Vicky Binder
38:53
Good morning from Dallas Texas!
Tracey Simon- MedStar Health
38:56
Hello- From the DC Metro area!
ACCME Communications
38:58
Good morning from Massachusetts and happy Friday!
raegan
38:58
Good morning from rainy NJ!
Sharrie Cranford, LICSW, PIP, MS
38:59
Hello. This is Sharrie from Mobile, Alabama.
KastD
39:00
Good Morning from Dallas, Texas
Fiza Scaletty
39:01
Good morning from St. Louis, MO!
diana durham
39:02
Heat wave here in Southern CA!
Jill Phillips
39:02
Good morning from Indianapolis - IUSM
Angela Willson
39:07
Mpls!
Cynthia Ballow
39:07
Good Morning from San Diego, CA
Carla Jones
39:10
Good morning from Oklahoma! TGIF!!
*Laura Werts - Cincinnati Children's
39:10
Cincinnati!
Jan Schultz'
39:11
TGIF from Colorado
Leila Amir Soleimani
39:11
Hi from Indiana, IU School of Medicine
Amy Bernard
39:14
Good morning from Princeton, New Jersey. Its good to see everyone!
JA - Chris Kralik CDR
39:15
Good morning form chilly Chicago!
walter.lewanowicz@vcuhealth.org
39:18
Richmond, Virginia
Jen Demes
39:19
morning from a smokey santa rosa, ca
Christopher Dennison
39:20
Hello from chilly KY
Mary Grimm
39:20
Good morning from Hudson, WI
Annette Donawa
39:21
Good morning from Maryland and Philly.
Kim DuQue Urdialez
39:21
Good morning from San Antonio! :)
cmowad
39:21
central PA
Lynne Davidson
39:23
Not so sunny South Florida
Lisa Bally
39:24
Good morning from Omaha NE
Watkins, Melissa
39:24
Good morning from Northwest Ohio, a beautiful fall day here!
NKF CME cmeinfo@kidney.org
39:27
Good Morning from NYC!
Kurt Snyder
39:29
Planet Earth
Concetta Phillipps
39:31
Good morning from Chicago! It is chilly!
M. Jane Swartz
39:38
Sunny in southern Indiana---fall day.
Heidi Keeler
39:40
It is cold in Omaha too
Belinda Spatola
39:47
Good Morning from New York
Mary Strong
39:49
does that mean its heading here to New York?
Jay Ripley
39:51
Good Morning from West Virginia!
Tricia Wilson
40:02
Good morning from rainy Allentown, PA!
Tonya Fuller
40:03
Good morning from Nashville, TN - HCA Healthcare
Sarah Carmody
40:19
Good morning from Delaware
Traci.Bryant
40:23
Happy Friday from Maryland!
JA - Melody Cohn (she/her)
40:28
Good morning! Materials are available at : https://jointaccreditation.org/2020-joint-accreditation-leadership-summit
SueAnn Macellaro
40:43
Good Morning from NYC
Lisa Casler Haun (ASWB)
41:00
Hi from Virginia and ASWB!
diana durham
41:31
YAAY Toni!!!
Rokeena Williams
41:42
Morning from Indianapolis, IN!!!
Grisi
42:08
Good morning :)
Sheila Hall
42:42
Good morning from Dallas, Texas
JA - Marcia Martin
42:44
**If you haven’t already, you can access the worksheet for this session and open it or print it at https://jointaccreditation.org/2020-joint-accreditation-leadership-summit**
Debra Wieckert
42:46
Good morning from Indianapolis
JA - Marcia Martin
43:59
Sorry - it grabbed the asterisks - https://jointaccreditation.org/2020-joint-accreditation-leadership-summit
Vicky Binder
47:56
link says page unfound
JA - Melody Cohn (she/her)
48:18
Please be sure to use this link: https://jointaccreditation.org/2020-joint-accreditation-leadership-summit
JA - Marcia Martin
48:19
Here is the link again to the JA Summit page - https://jointaccreditation.org/2020-joint-accreditation-leadership-summit
Tamar Hosansky, JA
48:25
https://www.jointaccreditation.org/2020-joint-accreditation-leadership-summit
JA - Melody Cohn (she/her)
49:18
Here's the worksheet link: https://jointaccreditation.org/sites/default/files/2020_10_02_JA%20Summit_Addressing%20Diversity%20in%20IPCE_Worksheet.pdf
Tamar Hosansky, JA
49:53
Or go to JA homepage and look under resources tab. https://www.jointaccreditation.org//
JA - Melody Cohn (she/her)
01:02:40
Use provided prompts and share ideas/strategies based on the scenario that you identified at the start of this session:1. Unclear about what diversity *really* means2. Lack of institutional support &/or resources3. Unsure how to address diversity based on our programs4. Other
Lynne Davidson
01:22:07
Thank you ladies in room 24
JA - Marcia Martin
01:22:17
https://www.apa.org/about/apa/strategic-plan
Rokeena Williams, Stanford
01:22:23
Great job team in Room 16!
Lisa Bally
01:22:33
We think there is great opportunity in working with course directors to incorporate health disparity and IPCE at the planning stage of programs.
Sharrie Cranford, LICSW, PIP, MS
01:23:11
Super group #17 believes we should add a checklist to our planning documents encouraging people to address diversity as well as health inequities. We would like help with creating a question to address these.
jeanne hosler's iPhone
01:23:20
Diversity & inclusion: gender affirming care is important esp in pediatric facilities.
Molly Cohen
01:23:56
We are curious about your thoughts on the President's executive order on diversity.
Lisa Casler Haun (ASWB)
01:23:58
A resource from social work that might be helpful to others is the National Association of Social Workers Standards and Indicators for Cultural Competence in Social Work Practice https://www.socialworkers.org/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=7dVckZAYUmk%3d&portalid=0
Vicky Binder
01:24:20
a couple of people in our group asked - are you looking for us to incorporate diversity into activities, or to develop activities specifically to address diversity?
Angela Willson
01:24:26
Challenges with recruitment and communication with diverse reps on faculty, planning, and patient advisory panels. Recommendations: have a designated officer responsible, adding evaluation questions related to get feedback for faculty/planners
Michelle Bruns
01:24:34
1. Cultural Awareness, importance of diversity in profession, planning committee and presenting faculty, as well as content development.2. There are many medical associations for the professional diversity; collaboration with these group in development and creation of content. Collaborate for Needs Assessment and surveying, as well distribution of educational activities.3. Include cultural awareness as well as diversity in case studies, addressing SDOH for the patient and appropriate team for delivery and management of patient.
Tricia Wilson
01:24:36
We discussed ensuring that all topics include discussions of diversity, interprofessional team themes, health equity and social determinants of health...as these apply in every clinical area. We also talking about ways to include more diversity in our planning teams/faculty/CE committees
Heidi Keeler
01:24:55
Can we get a copy of the chat info? It is great!
JA - Kate Regnier
01:25:31
@Heidi you can save the chat by clicking the three dots in your chat box. Agree, great info/suggestions/questions!!!
Christopher Gusack
01:25:33
The group I was in had a lively discussion and the other members provided great guidance as to what they and their organizations have or are developing….that discussion was very helpful to me for me and the rest of our team.
JA - Melody Cohn (she/her)
01:25:40
Yes! You'll be able to download the chat using the menu at the bottom of the chat screen.
JA - Marcia Martin
01:25:43
@Heidi - yes! You can actually save the chat before we end by clicking on the button with the 3 dots. We will also be saving the chats and sharing the discussions after the meeting
Catheline Huynh-lam
01:25:48
We discussed about the differences of diversity to other ideas. It is not the melting post analogy; diversity is like a salad in which each individual contributes their own flavor. We cannot generalize but celebrate the differences to what we bring.Diversity would start from the very beginning at the start on conception of Accreditation through a Job Aid (a document that highlights the process and requirements of JA). So that the faculty would be encouraged to include diversity into their education.
Diana Durham
01:26:11
Our group was very concerned about the recent Executive Order halting training in diversity in the Federal agencies. Concern about does that include those who hold contracts-- how do we deal with that-- put our blinders on and forge ahead and do the right thing. Discussed adding to our existing required Bias Elimination courses with small break out groups to get discussion and community building. In CA, Cultural and Linguistic Competence is required but tends to be a check box-- could build out more
Jessica Burkybile
01:26:11
One idea from another member in group 20, which we've also covered at my organization, is a discussion amongst providers/clinicians on how to deal with discrimination that comes from patients.
Jodi
01:26:11
Consider having an editorial function set up for specifically looking at how you craft your programming related to diversity and using a tool to eliminate implicit bias (available online). Harvard has an implicit bias questionnaire that could be a starting place. Be intentional about including diversity on your nominating committees and boards
Sterling North
01:26:29
We are more accustomed to achieving diversity at the 10,00 foot level through the composition o of the CPD oversight committees that we have established. Achieving diversity at a more granular level represents a new challenge for our CPD program.
Barb Anderson, UW Madison
01:28:18
We currently "give credit" financially for activities are helping us meet any of the commendation criteria, including patients as planners and presenters, for example. Our approach related to inclusion is to provide guidance throughout the planning process consistently.
JA - Kathy Chappell
01:28:21
I really like Toni's suggestion of an intentionally thoughtful approach without being prescriptive. As someone suggested, including a check box on a planning form that reminds planners to think about diversity, equity and inclusion - ex. are the individuals that I have chosen to represent planners and faculty representative of the target audience (learners, patients, families, communities, populations) we serve.
Jessica Burkybile
01:28:27
We used to have the following question included in our CE Activity Planning Document: "What cultural needs were considered during the planning process, related either to the learner or to the patients?"
Tracey Simon- MedStar Health
01:28:28
Group #19- Identify what barreirs exist in your workplace and identify strategies; concern about worrying this is a passing fad, how do we ensure these programs remain in place moving forward; providers need to understand the Pt Pop and craft specifics on how to address, can't be a blanket approach. Embrace the topic, while it may be uncomfortable for people to address and discuss, the work must be done. Diversity can be ambiguous to people, so must create sustainable planning/and check process.
Mila Kostic
01:28:39
We should also be evaluating inclusion and diversity across our programs. Faculty development is an important issue here.
JA - Chris Kralik CDR
01:28:46
Geographic locales dictating what learners bring and leave with. Systemic structures and strategic plans prompting impetus for forward motion and impletmentation. Evaluation and feedback being limiting factors in assessing 'take aways'. (eg 'not a checkbox). Levering tech (polls) that stimulate conversation during educational sessions vs. program evals.
Diana Durham
01:28:50
I agree with Sterling's point-- our clinicians are diverse in CA, so should be our presenters and faculty and deliberate inclusiveness
Carol Johnson
01:29:11
Our group had a great discussion about diversity in our practice settings and how we could make change within our job roles - what we had control over, how we could alter our workplace's approaches, what we could do, be it big or small, to encourage change.
Lisa Casler Haun (ASWB)
01:30:16
Our group discussed the need for some professionals who have been in the CE field for a while to be able to attend classes created just for CE professionals to help them learn more about how to encourage and evaluate diversity and have an even better understanding themselves of all aspects of diversity as they may not have gotten this in their formal education at the time they went to school.
Jessica Burkybile
01:31:18
We changed that to now ask a question about factors beyond clinical care. What factors (real or potential) exists beyond clinical care that affect the health of patients do you plan to address in this activity? Answers include health disparities, cultural beliefs/practices, etc.
JA - Toni Minniti (APA)
01:32:36
Please clarify how you sufficiently attend to issues of diversity in your programs (e.g., an articulated description of your process) with respect to:(a) developing content that respects and educates participants about issues related to diversity; and,(b) selecting instructors who both promote participant mastery of specific strategies and behaviors that enhance inclusion of diverse populations, including those from underserved and minority populations; and also create professional environments that promote diversity.The response included examples and affirmations that this was/must be attended to, but it did not articulate how this was done for content or instructor selection (such as the role of your program planning committee in reviewing materials, use of checklists, evaluation data, etc.). Please see our application support materials related to this criterion on our resources website (http://www.apa.org/ed/sponsor/resources/understanding-addressing-diversity).
Kurt Snyder
01:34:21
It would be great if ACCME and JA added this to their respective commendation menu to push providers to do more in this area.
JA - Kate Regnier
01:35:04
@Kurt definitely worth discussing. Thanks.
Jessica Burkybile
01:35:06
Toni, I think you bring up a fantastic point as I feel we are very strong at addressing issues of diversity in the content of our programs, but I can't say that is consistently the case in our planning process (i.e. identification of speakers).
Jessica Burkybile
01:35:16
@Kurt agreed!
Amy Bernard
01:35:20
Our group discussed how to incorporate diversity into IPCE activities by starting with looking at "at risk" populations and barriers to care
Tracey Simon- MedStar Health
01:35:22
Great topic, thanks Toni!
Diana Durham
01:35:44
Toni you are awesome
Concetta Phillipps
01:35:47
Great topic and interesting presentation. Thank you Toni!
Lisa Casler Haun (ASWB)
01:37:06
Thank you Toni!
Brenda Ram
01:37:32
If someone is capturing the chats - would you be willing to share as I am not able to capture.
Jan Wong
01:37:32
Thanks, Toni! Outstanding information.
Sheila Hall
01:37:36
Great presentation and discussion....Thanks!
Christopher Gusack
01:37:52
This was a really good and helpful group both by Toni’s presentation as well as the breakout.
Annette Donawa
01:37:54
Thanks Toni! Diversity and inclusion has to be meaningful and intentional.
JA - Chris Kralik CDR
01:38:44
Really appreciate your resources Toni!
Kathleen Matikonis
01:39:04
Thank you for the resources!
Concetta Phillipps
01:39:28
These resources are super exciting. Looking forward to the development of those resources Toni!
Lynne Davidson
01:39:46
Thank you so much Toni
Jessica Burkybile
01:39:47
This was a fantastic session! Thank you Toni!
Vicky Binder
01:39:58
thank you for these resources
JA - Toni Minniti (APA)
01:40:07
Thank you, everyone!
Tamar Hosansky, JA
01:40:18
Thank you, Toni, for a thoughtful and helpful discussion!
JA - Kate Regnier
01:40:31
So appropriate for our theme "The Transformative Value of IPCE!" Thanks, Toni and all!
raegan
01:41:09
Thank you!