Season 4 Episode 2: Educating for Adaptive Expertise with Martin Pusic, Bill Cutrer, and Elissa Hall
Harvard Macy Institute Podcast
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11M ago
In this podcast Vic speaks with Martin Pusic, Bill Cutrer, and Elissa Hall about their article “Educating for Adaptive Expertise: Case Examples Along the Medical Education Continuum.”  What do we mean by adaptive expertise? Our discussion starts with some definitions and examples, including: Routine procedural approaches, plus creative innovative ones, when the situation calls for it.” This capacity is critical in a healthcare environment brimming with complexity. How do we educate for adaptive expertise? Our guests suggested 4 instructional strategies, including: Developing deep conceptu ..read more
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Season 4 Episode 1: Social Media, Networking, Community and the Human Connection
Harvard Macy Institute Podcast
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1y ago
In this podcast Vic speaks with Justin Kreuter, Patricia Tran, and Teresa Chan about ‘Social Media, Networking, Community and the Human Connection’ We recorded the conversation live during  week 6 of the 2023 Harvard Macy program - Transforming your Teaching using Technology. In a metacognitive move, we hoped our podcast conversation would illustrate some of the points we made in the conversation – “the medium is the message”!   Our discussion started with a recap of the week 6 session. This included a self-assessment by scholars on their current professional social media engagement ..read more
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Season 3 Episode 8: Digital Presence with Teresa Chan
Harvard Macy Institute Podcast
by harvardmacy
1y ago
In this podcast Vic speaks with Teresa Chan about ‘digital presence’ - our online personas – and about the opportunities to disseminate our scholarship via online platforms. We recorded the conversation live at the 2022 Harvard Macy program - Transforming your Teaching using Technology. In a metacognitive move, we hoped our podcast conversation would illustrate some of the points we made in the conversation – “the medium is the message”! We started with Teresa’s website, and reflected on the choices she made in establishing this as her online ‘homebase,’ referencing Michael Hyatt’s conceptual ..read more
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Season 3 Episode 7: Assumptions about Teaching and Learning with Liz Gaufberg and Shalice McKnight
Harvard Macy Institute Podcast
by harvardmacy
1y ago
Assumption: Something we take to be true without proof. This simple definition belies the complexity of how our assumptions drive our behavior. Some assumptions are explicit (and we are aware of them), but most are implicit; biases and beliefs under our awareness but still powerfully influencing our actions. Our assumptions about teaching and learning might require considering some fundamental questions: What is learning? (informative/transformative); What is the difference between teaching and learning? What is the role of a teacher? (Expert? Guide? Coach? Co-learner) Goal of educational inst ..read more
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Season 3 Episode 6: The Learning Hospital with Jim Gordon
Harvard Macy Institute Podcast
by harvardmacy
2y ago
How do we train and transform our teams and our systems for better patient care in the 21st century? What’s the role of simulation, of interprofessional learning, and of integrating education with workforce development in large healthcare institutions? In this conversation, Jim Gordon shares his approach to being Chief Learning Officer at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). He talks about the challenges and opportunities of connecting pockets of educational excellence in large organisations, and of meaningfully bringing interprofessional teams together to train and learn together. The conver ..read more
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Season 3 Episode 5: Leading Innovations in Healthcare and Education
Harvard Macy Institute Podcast
by harvardmacy
2y ago
Why would a medical school work with a business school to create a program for Leading Innovations in Health Care & Education? In this episode of the podcast we preview the upcoming program, and speak with program co-directors Liz Armstrong, Josh Nagler and Derek van Bever. We discuss the history and conceptual underpinning, and then take a more granular look at the activities for the week and how scholars can best prepare. We hear from Sarah Dawit, program alumnus from 2021 about her reflections on the program and on joining the HMI community ..read more
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Season 3 Episode 4: Better academic Writing with Lorelei Lingard
Harvard Macy Institute Podcast
by harvardmacy
2y ago
Most of us would like to ‘write better’, but few of us make intentional efforts to improve. Lorelei Lingard is internationally known for her efforts to help health researchers and clinical scholars become better writers. In this podcast we talk about her Writers Studio courses and her book “Story, not Study”, 30 Brief Lessons to Inspire Health Researchers as Writers. Lorelei Lingard has a ‘day job’ as Professor in the Department of Medicine, and Senior Scientist at the Centre for Education Research & Innovation, both at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry at Western University ..read more
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Season 3 Episode 3: 12 Tips for Inclusive Teaching with Jeremy Amayo
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by harvardmacy
2y ago
“Increased global attention to diversity, equity, and inclusion necessitates inclusive teaching in health professions education.” The opening line of this article by Jeremy Amayo and team set the scene for a wide ranging discussion of principle and practical strategies to help teachers be more inclusive – in the classroom, in the clinical environment, and in the online learning environment. We start with a fundamental question to ask ourselves when considering inclusive teaching - “Who is being left out?”. We consider how our health professions learners are increasingly diverse – not only with ..read more
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The Harvard Macy Institute Podcast S3 E2: Just in Time Simulation for High Stakes Communication
Harvard Macy Institute Podcast
by harvardmacy
2y ago
The Harvard Macy Institute Podcast aims to connect our Harvard Macy Institute community and to develop our interest in health professions education topics and literature. Our podcast is hosted by our Program for Educators in the Health Professions course faculty Victoria Brazil, and will feature interviews with health professions education authors and their research papers. This episode of the Harvard Macy Institute podcast is a joint release with Simulcast, and we spoke with Laura Rock – a critical care physician about using ‘just in time’ simulation for high stakes communication with patient ..read more
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The Harvard Macy Institute Podcast S3 E1: Connecting Scholarship to Practice in Health Professions Education with Lara Varpio and Subha Ramani
Harvard Macy Institute Podcast
by harvardmacy
2y ago
The Harvard Macy Institute Podcast aims to connect our Harvard Macy Institute community and to develop our interest in health professions education topics and literature. Our podcast is hosted by our Program for Educators in the Health Professions course faculty Victoria Brazil, and will feature interviews with health professions education authors and their research papers. S3 E1 Podcast features Subha Ramani and Lara Varpio having a conversation about scholarship in health professions education, and how to make this academic work accessible and applicable for educators. Scholarship in health ..read more
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