2019 CUGH Conference    I    March 8 - 10, 2019   I   Satellite Sessions  March 7, 2019   |   Hilton  Chicago Hotel    I   Chicago, IL​​

Satellite Session | HALF DAY Workshop

Hot Topics and Current Debates in Global Health Education

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CUGH PRE-CONFERENCE HALF DAY WORKSHOP​​​​

Thursday March 7, 2019
1:00pm-6:00pm
Room:

Hilton Chicago Hotel
Chicago, Ilinois



REGISTRATION
  • Registration is free but required.
  • Registration for the satellite session is separate from registration for the CUGH conference.




SATELLITE AGENDA

WELCOME 

  • Introductions and Order of Day’s Events  
  • CUGH Education Committee and Satellite Chair (Dr. Quentin Eichbaum) 

ANNUAL REPORTS AND GOALS FOR 2018-19  

  • Summary of the Education Committee’s (EC) work over the past year 
  • Reports by the EC subcommittee chairs on their subcommittee’s accomplishments over the past year, followed by their vision and proposed goals for the coming year  
      
    Education Committee Chair's Report - Quentin Eichbaum

    Educational Products Subcommittee - Lisa Adams/Cristina Redko

    Capacity Building Subcommittee - Jill Allison/Elsie Kigule-Malwadde

    GH Masters and Undergraduate Degrees Subcommittee - Kathryn Jacobsen/Caryl Waggert

    Workforce Subcommittee - Adam Hoverman/Bill Cherniak

    GH Program Advisory Subcommittee - Tracy Rabin /Javier Escobar

    Trainee Advisory Subcommittee - Maria Modayil

    Competency Subcommittee - Barbara Astle/ Samath Dhamaratne

    Graduate Medical Education Working Group - James Hudspeth

    AFREhealth-CUGH Working Group (ACWG) - Quentin Eichbaum

    Global Health Humanities (GHH) Working Group - Quentin Eichbaum
      
  • Audience Q&A  

Break (10-15 min)  

HOT TOPICS IN GLOBAL HEALTH EDUCATION 
Short talks/debates on hot/controversial topics in global health education 

  • Virginia Rowthorn -  legal concerns around short term experiences in global health

  • Luke Glaude - outcomes and challenges of creating prehospital systems of trauma care in LMIC

  • Lisa Adams -  Mentoring the Mentors: Defining best practices for global health engagement

  • Quentin Eichbaum - implementing medical humanities in sub-Saharan Africa

  • Traci Wells - use of reflective writing/blogging to assess for transformative learning during global health rotations  

  • George Shakarishvili  -  Integrating Experiential Learning into Global Health Training Curricula by Applying Virtual Reality Technology

  • Elizabeth Groothuis -  Midwest Consortium of Global Child Health Educators (MWC) pre-departure curriculum for medical trainees

Break (10-15 min) 

ROUNDTABLE BREAK OUT SESSIONS   
Round table discussions designed to give participants a chance to hear both about the EC subcommittees’ current work and to explore NEW topics in global health education for project development on these subcommittees. Roundtables will conclude with each giving a brief report back on what was discussed and how it might impact their work for the coming year.  
   
  • Virginia Rowthorn -  legal concerns around short term experiences in global health

  • Luke Glaude - outcomes and challenges of creating prehospital systems of trauma care in LMIC

  • Lisa Adams -  Mentoring the Mentors: Defining best practices for global health engagement

  • Mary White & Quentin Eichbaum - medical humanities in global health [merged proposals]

  • Traci Wells - use of reflective writing/blogging to assess for transformative learning during global health rotations

  • Madhavi Dandu - Global health ethics training: gaps in addressing moral distress

  • Svjetlana Lozo - Global health fellowships, roles and opportunities

  • Nancy Bolan - mLearning: lessons learned from a DRC trial

  • Nauzley Abedini - Palliative care as a global health education imperative

  • Gen Meredith - Community engaged learning theory in global health

CONCLUSION  
Meeting Summary & Final Audience Q&A