Supporting Learners Who Witness and Experience Mistreatment
Utilizing short didactic presentations, group discussions, small group activities as well as case scenarios, this highly interactive workshop will provide an overview of the role, scope, strategies and resources faculty/preceptors/supervisors should consider in order to support learners who witness or experience mistreatment.
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For faculty, supervisors, preceptors and additional staff (as applicable) who supervise learners across the health professions, this workshop will explore the role, scope, strategies and resources faculty/preceptors/supervisors should consider in order to support learners who witness or experience mistreatment.
At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
1) Describe different forms of learner mistreatment (including definitions, types, and prevalence);
2) Clarify their role in intervening in situations of learner mistreatment to offer support and referral;
3) Identify key resources for ongoing support for learners who experience or witness mistreatment within their organization and the broader academic health science system
Please note that there will be some pre-work required for this workshop, including a personal reflection and a resource worksheet. Registrants will receive further details when they register.
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