Negotiating the Hidden Curriculum
This 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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This workshop is for the health administrator, curriculum and faculty developer, teacher, educator or health professional who is interested in an overview of the concept of the Hidden Curriculum and its role in health professional education as a mechanism of learner socialization.
Participants will be engaged in reflective activities, discussions and narrative based exercises that will review examples of the positive and negative effects of the Hidden Curriculum as documented in the literature and explore the importance of alignment in curriculum design.
By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to understand and describe the Hidden Curriculum. Participants will be provided with practical tips in keeping track of Hidden Curriculum effects as part of an overarching approach to quality improvement in Health Professional Education.
Negotiating the Hidden Curriculum: Quality Improvement in Health Professions Education
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