17MayIn this presentation, our speakers will explore how varying organizational contexts can invite or constrain possibilities for evaluation work – particularly in relation to how evaluation can contribute to system transformation and social justice. They will share recent research on the tensions that evaluators in the academic health sciences routinely encounter as they conduct evaluation while navigating accreditation and other institutional demands.
19MayThis workshop will explore the relationship between Indigenous peoples and settlers, and examine the history of laws and policies and how they’ve shaped those relationships. It will allow participants to unpack the ideas of colonization and identity, and explore how those current terms are based on those historical relationships.
27MayThis workshop engages participants in activities that review examples of the positive and negative effects of the Hidden Curriculum. Participants are provided with practical tips in keeping track of Hidden Curriculum effects as part of an overarching approach to quality improvement in HPE.
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