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Overview: Physician and Provider Wellness and the MEDtalks series have collaborated to bring you a live webinar helping clinicians to identify and define types of microaggressions, how they affect the wellness of clinical teams from physician to support staff, and their effect on patient outcomes. In addition, this series will share our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives and why they are important professionally and personally.
Guest speaker will be Sheryl Heron, MD, MPH, FACEP, from Emory University. At Emory, Dr. Heron is the Professor and Vice-Chair of Faculty Equity, Engagement and Empowerment; the Assist. Dean of Clinical Education/Student Affairs and Assoc. Director for Education and Training in the Injury Prevention Research Center. In the open discussion segment our panelists will include Dr. Heron and our System VP, Erickajoy Daniels, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer of Advocate Aurora Health.
Sheryl L. Heron, MD, MPH, FACEP Professor & Vice-Chair of Faculty Equity, Engagement & Empowerment, Dept. of Emergency Medicine
Assist. Dean of Clinical Education/ Student Affairs, Assoc. Director for Education & Training
Injury Prevention Research Center at Emory (IPRCE) Emory University School of Medicine
- Frank Belmonte, DO - CMO, Advocate Children’s Hospital
- Ericajoy Daniels - SVP, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer
- Rashard Johnson - President, Trinity & South Suburban Hospital
- Frank LaVora, DPM, MHA - CMO, Greater Milwaukee Market
- Mila Felder, MD, MS - Provider & Physician Wellness Webinar Activity Director & Vice Chair Emergency Dept.
- Diana Bottari, DO - MEDtalks Activity Director & Lead Physician Opioid Mitigation Strategies
Moderator/Planner: Oyinkansola Okubanjo, MD - Residency Director of Social Simulation and Simulation Projects
- Rev Kathie Bender Schwich, FACHE - Chief Spiritual Officer
- Randall Levin, MD, FACEP-Life - Past Emergency Department Chair, Aurora West Allis Medical Center, Retired & Affiliated Physician, Aurora West Allis Medical Center
All AAH medical staff and team members
Recommended (though not required) Educational Video
Click here or visit tinyurl.com/MicroaggressionsVideo to access a free, 15-minute video on microaggressions in the workplace:
- Go to “Get Instant Access to a Full Course Trial”
- Once logged in, you will have access to three Diversity & Inclusion Training-related videos
- Click the second, assigned video titled “Microaggressions in the Workplace”
This interactive video explores microaggressions and the effect they can have on others and will help prime you to be active in the conversation.
- Identify and define types of microaggressions
- Identify how microaggressions affect patient outcomes
- Identify how microaggressions affect the wellness of physicians, nurses and other ancillary staff members
- Understanding the difference between D&I and DEI
- Why is this important for healthcare professionals, professionally and personally
- DEI, what is “equity” in context of the ACMC framework and how do we provide tangible programming/ opportunities for it
Format: Lecture, panel discussion, and Q&A
Financial Disclosures: Acknowledgement of all disclosures, i.e., nothing to disclose or the existence of relevant financial relationships, will be made at the activity. Conflicts of interest will be identified and resolved prior to the activity.
Accreditation Statement: Advocate Aurora Health is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Credit Designation Statement: Advocate Aurora Health designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.