Faculty Development Courses
PEDIATRIC MEDICAL EDUCATION AND URBAN COMMUNITY HEALTH: A FACULTY DEVELOPMENT COURSE
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
9:00am - 5:00pm
RUSH University Medical Center
The purpose of this conference is to enhance pediatric education in the area of community pediatrics through faculty development in community health issues and teaching techniques. The presentations will focus on childhood health disparities and advocacy, highlighting local data and resources as well as clinical teaching skills and resources to enhance the educational experience.
- "The Clinician's Role in Childhood Obesity Prevention Advocacy"
Adam Becker, PhD, MPH
- "Designing Healthier Communities: From Vision to Reality"
Grisel Robles-Schrader, MPA
- "Advocacy at the State and Policy Level"
Judith Dolins, MPH
- "How Healthy Chicago is Addressing Disparities in Chicago"
Choucair Bechara, MD
- "#speakupforkids: Using Social Media in Child Health Advocacy and Medical Education"
Dipesh Navsaria, MD, MPH, MSLIS, FAAP
- "Medical Decision Making: Integrating Evidence and Value"
Alan Schwartz, MD
- "What's New in Pediatric Resident Education?"
Lisa Giordano, MD
- "What is good Clinical Teaching?"
Janet Riddle, MD
This conference is funded through a grant provided by the American Academy of Pediatrics CPTI grant "Transforming Pediatric Residency Training to Improve Care for Underserved Children: A Team-based Approach" to Michelle Floyd Rebollo, MD, at Stroger Hospital of Cook County