Opportunities, Strategies, and Readiness for Centering Lived Experience in Continuing Professional Development—Critical Reflections on Integrating Patients, Families, and Community Members as Educators in the ECHO Model
Tuesday, April 12, 2022 1:00PM - 2:30PM CT
Workshop Registration Fee is $50 for all
The exponential growth in the engagement of people with lived experience (PWLE) and their family members in health research and education has charted future directions for continuing professional development (CPD) initiatives. While there is significant potential for improvements to patient care, public health, and continuing education, uncertainties persist regarding the best approaches for engaging PWLE as educators in CPD. In order to ensure engagement is thoughtful, ethical, and responsible, it is necessary to critically reflect about opportunities – as well as individual and organizational readiness – for centering lived experience.
In partnership, the Collaborative Learning College (CLC) and ECHO Ontario Mental Health (ECHO-ONMH) will deliver an interactive workshop co-created with and co-facilitated by PWLE. Using case-based learning and small group discussion, workshop participants will reflect on and apply concepts central to the inclusion of PWLE as educators in CPD, such as mutuality, power-sharing, organizational culture, compensation, representation, support and resources, and approaches to mitigate re-traumatization. This workshop is tailored to educators and administrators interested in incorporating people with lived experience in CPD initiatives.
Chantalle Clarkin, RN, PhD
Allison Crawford, MD, PhD
Anne Kirvan, RSW, MSW, PhD(c)
Jordana Rovet, RSW, MSW
Moshe Sakal, MSC
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