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Education Week 2022

OUHSC Education Week is sponsored by the: Jerry Vannatta, MD Academy of Teaching Scholars, OUHSC Educators for Excellence Advisory Panel, and the Robert M. Bird Health Sciences Library. 

KEYNOTE SPEAKER
William B. Cutrer, MD, MEd

Dr. Cutrer received his M.D. with high distinction from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine and completed his Pediatrics residency, chief residency, and Pediatric Critical Care fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital.  He also has a Masters of Education from the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Cutrer is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine (VUSM).  He is actively involved in medical student education, including curriculum development, student assessment, and program evaluation, where he serves as the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Medical Education.

 

Dr. Cutrer is very interested in understanding how students learn in the workplace and how to help them more effectively.  He co-led the AMA’s Accelerating Change in Medical Education initiative Master Adaptive Learner Working GroupHe has published and presented widely on these topics.

 

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Date/ Time

Event

Location

October 24, 2022

3 - 5 PM

Finding Meaning in Your Work

Healthcare and academia can offer many opportunities for important and essential work. At the same time, both are often filled with individuals reporting high rates of dissatisfaction and burnout.  Steve Jobs commented, “The only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.”  In this session, participants will explore several different practical strategies and approaches for finding meaning within their work. Participants will complete individualized action plans to help ensure not only surviving, but thriving. 

Learning Objectives

By the end of the session, participants will be able to:

  1. Describe important contributors to dissatisfaction and burnout at work
  2. Analyze potential strategies for finding meaning in work
  3. Draft a personal action plan to consider and pilot test strategies for finding meaning in work

Tulsa Campus: Perkins Auditorium

October 25, 2022

12 - 1 PM

 A Jumpstart to Finding Meaning in your Work

Zoom

Meeting ID: 917 8421 3831
Passcode: 12926400

October 25, 2022
3 - 5 PM
Finding Meaning in Your Work
Audience: College of Medicine Faculty
 

Healthcare and academia can offer many opportunities for important and essential work. At the same time, both are often filled with individuals reporting high rates of dissatisfaction and burnout.  Steve Jobs commented, “The only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.”  In this session, participants will explore several different practical strategies and approaches for finding meaning within their work. Participants will complete individualized action plans to help ensure not only surviving, but thriving. 

Learning Objectives

By the end of the session, participants will be able to:

  1. Describe important contributors to dissatisfaction and burnout at work
  2. Analyze potential strategies for finding meaning in work
  3. Draft a personal action plan to consider and pilot test strategies for finding meaning in work
SAMIS Conference Room B3

October 26, 2022

7:30 - 9:00 AM

Targeting Adaptive Expertise: Moving Lifelong Learning from Cliché to Reality

Health professionals are routinely faced with complex patient care scenarios.  Many of these challenges can be addressed through the application of known solutions. Others however, require the individual to solve a new or novel challenge.  Adaptive Expertise allows the health professionals to effectively learn and innovate when needed to address these novel scenarios. The session will explore concepts surrounding routine and adaptive expertise, including the Master Adaptive Learner Model, as well as implications for both trainee development and practicing health professional lifelong learning.  Attendees will leave with practical strategies for implementation within their clinical contexts.

Objectives:

1.    Compare and contrast Routine and Adaptive Expertise within the healthcare context

2.    Describe the key elements of the Master Adaptive Learner framework

3.    Discuss the skills and process for Master Adaptive Learning that foster development of Adaptive Expertise

 

Zoom

Meeting ID: 969 7104 4368
Passcode: 13850712

October 27, 2022

12 - 1 PM

Health Education Research Poster Session

Zoom

Meeting ID: 990 8313 2662
Passcode: 92182072