Embedding EDI into Education and Training Design
This workshop provides a framework for embedding equity, diversity, and inclusion into CPD instructional design and delivery. We discuss how to create equitable, accessible and inclusive learning environments through the application of a health equity and inclusion framework.
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This three-hour interactive workshop will provide a framework for embedding equity, diversity, and inclusion into CPD instructional design and delivery. The workshop will combine didactic and interactive elements, including practical examples and applications, and provide participants the opportunity to discuss how to apply what they learn into their own work to promote learning environments and experiences that respect learner diversity, accommodate different learning styles, foster inclusion, and are free of biases and stereotypes.
At the end of the training sessions, participants will be able to: define health equity, diversity and inclusion in the context of continuing professional education; discuss how to create equitable, accessible and inclusive learning environment; and apply a health equity and inclusion framework in CPD design, development and implementation
A Framework for Embedding Equity, Diversity and Inclusion into Education and Training Design
Equity, Diversity, Inclusion
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