Building Trust & Reframing Conflict in Interprofessional Teams
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED FOR THIS WORKSHOP.
For full event details go to: http://info.mghihp.edu/leading-across-professions-2020.
Please note: Discounts are applied at checkout with code.
Announcement regarding COVID-19 and its impact on this Continuing and Professional Development activity:
Although the current conditions keep us physically separate from each other, the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) team continues to plan this workshop with an eye toward safe and flexible learning experiences.
To limit the spread of COVID-19 in our community, Leading Across Professions 2020 (originally planned for April), will now be a virtual workshop and is rescheduled to October 30, 2020. We’ve redesigned the program to meet the current needs of healthcare teams and educators. Details below.
Friday, October 30, 2020
10:00 - 4:30 pm (EST)
Interactive, Virtual Live Workshop with Asynchronous Pre-Work materials
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Health professionals and educators of all disciplines who are responsible for training, co-leading, and contributing to the success of interprofessional teams.
To reflect the redesigned program and length, fees have been adjusted.
For groups of 3 or more from the same organization, submit this form to register and receive discount code. You may also proceed with payment for the entire group by adding the number of group members to the cart (top right).
STUDENT RATE $95
Student Status Verification may be requested. This student rate applies to individuals currently enrolled in a full-time, degree-granting program at the time of the conference. Use code LAPedu2020 at checkout. Spaces limited.
MGH Institute of Health Professions alumni receive a 10% discount for this CE event. Contact CPD@mghihp.edu for details. Verification may be requested.
During these times of uncertainty, upheaval, and distancing we believe the values of trust-building and mitigating divisive conflict are more important than ever. Join us for this interactive virtual learning experience to build your skills and expand your understanding of trust and conflict in interprofessional teams. Learn and grow with your colleagues through large group discussions, application strategies, literature review, and case analyses facilitated by experts and leaders in the field.
Upon completion of the program, you will:
APPLY models of trust to analyze and understand your own interprofessional team/environment.
UNDERSTAND models of trust that can be applied to your own interprofessional environment.
CREATE a plan to enhance relational trust in your team.
REFRAME how you think about conflict as a normal characterisic/product of relational work.
BUILD your dynamic communication skills to leverage constructive conflict in your team.
Sara Kim, PhD
Research Professor, Division of General Surgery
Associate Dean for Educational Quality Improvement
University of Washington Medical Center, Dpartment of Surgery
Dr. Kim holds the George G. B. Bilsten Professorship in the Art of Communication with Peers and Patients at the University of Washington Medical Center, Department of Surgery. This professorship has served an important platform for creating and implementing novel research and teaching programs in communication skills, with a particular emphasis on healthcare conflict management and power hierarchy. Based on partnerships with a wide range of clinical, administrative and educational stakeholders across UW Medicine, Dr. Kim has been awarded funding by the UW Medicine Patient Safety and Innovations Program (PSIP) and the Arnold P. Gold Foundation to examine sources of workplace conflicts. Her team’s work has generated pilot training models that aim at improving healthcare professionals’ knowledge, attitude and skills in handling interpersonal conflicts and negotiating power dynamics in expressing one’s concerns and opinions. Her work has been shared with audiences locally, regionally, nationally and internationally and has been published in journals such as Journal of Healthcare Quality, Journal of Interprofessional Care, and Conflict Resolution Quarterly.
With supporting faculty from Nursing, Medicine, Speech-Language Pathology.
Other Event Details
Refer to main event page for updates and a detailed agenda coming soon: http://info.mghihp.edu/leading-across-professions-2020.
How to Register
Add this workshop to your cart using the Enroll Now button at the top right of this page in order to proceed with Checkout. You will be asked to quickly create an IHP username and password if you do not already have one. With an IHP account, you will have access to our learning management system for this conference and any future IHP Continuing Education offerings you may participate in.
- We recommend registering through this portal and paying with a debit or credit card for optimal efficiency.
- If using this method, please contact Ginny Do, CPD@mghihp.edu to confirm enrollment into this activity. Make check payable to "MGH Institute of Health Professions" and send with attention to:
MGH Institute of Health Professions
36 First Avenue, Boston, MA 02129-4557.
Full refund, less administrative fee of 10% if cancellation is received prior to October 14, 2020. To cancel, send your cancellation request via email to the Office of Continuing and Professional Development. Refunds will be processed based on the original form of payment and will be processed within 30 days of receipt of the cancellation notice. Cancellations received after October 14, 2020 will not be eligible for a refund.
Cancellation of activity: In the very unlikely event that IHP cancels or postpones the activity due to circumstances beyond its control, the IHP's liability will be limited to refund of paid registration fees.
For any additional questions or concerns regarding this workshop or the registration process, please contact:
Office of Continuing and Professional Development