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KNN Mobilizing Character Course

The Office of Faculty Affairs and Development (OFAD) is excited to present the KNN Mobilizing Character course, we developed in collaboration with Medical College of Wisconsin and Dell Medical School, The University of Texas at Austin!

OFAD works with the Kern National Network for Caring & Character in Medicine (KNN), a network of seven medical schools dedicated to advancing caring and character in medicine with the goal of promoting human flourishing.

Through six modules, this program—Mobilizing Character—will strengthen knowledge, resources and community around mobilizing character development within medical education. We’ll be running monthly sessions from February–June 2022 along with a final convening in September, covering topics from modeling excellence and community-building, to navigating challenges with grace.

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View the event flyer with more details. Please feel free to reach out to ofad@med.wisc.edu with any questions. We hope you’ll be able to join us!

Medical Education Day

May 19, 2022, 8:30am-3:30pm

Health Sciences Learning Center

Madison, WI

 

Making Intention Impactful to Promote Inclusive Excellence

Ana Nuñez, MD, FACP

Professor of General Internal Medicine and Vice Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, University of Minnesota

 

Medical Education Day will focus on the future of medical education, featuring Dr. Ana Nuñez. In her keynote address, Dr. Nuñez will explore challenges and opportunities related to diversity, equity and inclusion in medical education.

 

This event will also feature the Dean’s Teaching Awards and Research Mentorship Award as well as Small Group Workshop Sessions on Teaching and Learning.

 

Register Today!

Registration deadline is Thursday, May 12.

 

This event is free and open to all UWSMPH faculty and staff.

Click here for more information and complete schedule of events.

 

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