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Equity and Justice in Education (EJE) Works in Progress meetings alternate on every month between the first Tuesday of the month at 2 pm and first Thursday of the month at noon. (Please note that we typically begin the session at 5 minutes after the hour.)
How to Join
To join remotely via Zoom:
Contact Maria Pappas (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the Zoom link.
In Person: (meeting via Zoom effective March 2020) Parnassus 521 Parnassus Ave, 2nd Fl
Presenters should send their 1) presentation, manuscript or grant and 2) the questions they want EJE to focus on to Maria Pappas (email@example.com) by the week before their EJE session.
In advance of the session, presenters should designate a primary team member whose name will be listed on the EJE Schedule for participants to contact should they have additional feedback or would like to connect.
Presenters will have 10 minutes to present their work or have participants read their manuscript/grant.
If there is a slide presentation, it should provide the larger context.
Presenters should spend most of their session time focusing on the core content for which they want feedback.
Presenters should come prepared with the questions they want participants to focus on. The questions should be prioritized in case time is limited.
Co-leads: Denise Connor, Michelle Guy, Kate Lupton, Arianne Teherani
EJE WIP sessions are available upon request - please contact Maria Pappas (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Thursday, 11/4/21, 12noon-1:00pm
Together with Health Professions Education Table of Contents:
Reviewing social justice focused articles or articles with social justice implications
Tuesday, 12/7/21, 2:00-3:00pm
Caroline Nguyen - Realist evaluation of the Teach for UCSF certificate in Teaching for Equity and Inclusion
Thursday, 1/6/22, 12noon-1:00pm
Odi Ehie - TBD
Tuesday, 2/1/22, 2:00-3:00pm
21-22 Academic Year Past Sessions
July 2021 - on hiatus
August 2021 - on hiatus
September 2021 - Jhia Jackson - (Re)Defining Success: Can UCSF approach the relationship between evaluation and diversity with an anti-deficit framework?
October 2021 - Camila Cribb-Fabersunne - Measuring the impact of Racial Affinity Groups
20-21 Academic Year Past Sessions
10/6 Cindy Lai, Sneha Daya, Margaret Wheeler, Gurpreet Dhaliwal and Nancy Choi - Diversity and Equity Efforts in the Medicine Clerkship
11/5 Alejandra Rincón and Aimee Medeiros - Racism Matters: Campaigning for Curriculum Change in Medical Education
11/5 Archna Eniasivam - Facilitating Topics on Issues of Equity and Justice
12/1 Yalda Shahram - The Tea House Series: Striving Together to be Antiracist - An interprofessional antiracist education program framed by the pedagogy of Freire
12/1 Jenna Essakow, Sneha Daya and Jyothi Marbin - Acknowledging & Addressing Microaggressions, An Experiential Learning Approach
1/7 Justin Bullock, Prabjot Minhas, Meghan O’Brien, Alicia Fernandez, Kate Lupton and Karen Hauer - Manuscript Review- No one size fits all: A qualitative study of clerkship medical students' perceptions of desired supervisor responses to microaggressions
2/2 Denise Connor - Clinical Reasoning in Context: Identity, Background & Equity in the Diagnostic Process
3/4 Meghan O'Brien, Michelle Guy and Arianne Teherani - Advancing Institutional Climate and Culture through Scaled Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Training
4/6 April Edwell - The exclusion of Black trainees from (pediatric) subspecialties presentation and Interview Guide
5/6 Tomás Díaz - Gender and skin tone bias in emergency medicine evaluations of medical students
6/15 Karen Brent who leads communications for the Center for Faculty Educators will be attending to discuss and solicit feedback around communication around EJE – the ongoing scholarship, building the EJE faculty “database” for mentorship and community.
6/15 Denise Connor will present the newly launched three-year Anti-Oppressive Curriculum Initiative which will expand the social justice pillar in the School of Medicine Bridges curriculum.