Our meeting this year will be hosted by the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School on October 24th, 2020. Designed for faculty, students and administrative staff, the conference will feature a plenary address, workshops, oral presentations, and a poster session, all virtually. This year’s theme is “Supporting Learning Communities in a Virtual Setting.”
Registrants will receive the full conference agenda once it has been finalized. As the conference approaches, registrants will receive further instructions on how to connect to and navigate around the conference site.
Registration will close September 30th, and membership needs to be renewed prior to the conference to receive membership pricing. We do ask for your home address at registration so that we can send you postal mail conference materials. We assume during the pandemic a home address will be best.
For Registered Attendees: https://med.stanford.edu/edtech/learnmed.html
Registration is Closed.
Sandrijn M. van Schaik, MD PhD is Professor of Pediatrics with a clinical appointment in the Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine at UCSF. She is the inaugural Baum Family Presidential Chair for Experiential Learning and serves as the Education Director of UCSF’s Simulation Center. She is also the Director of Faculty Development for the Learning and Caring Environment in the Center for Faculty Educators at UCSF, vice-Chair for Education in the Department of Pediatrics and the Fellowship Director for pediatric critical care medicine.
Dr. van Schaik earned her medical degree at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She earned a PhD degree studying the pathogenesis of Respiratory Syncytial Virus infection at Children’s Hospital of Buffalo New York and the University of Utrecht, The Netherlands. She completed pediatric residency at the Floating Hospital, Tufts University, Boston followed by Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship training at UCSF. She completed the Teaching Scholar Program followed by a 2-year Medical Education Research Fellowship at UCSF, and subsequently was selected for the Josiah Macy Jr Foundation Faculty Scholar program. Her educational research focuses on interprofessional collaboration and communication, simulation, and faculty development.
The Learning Communities Institute (LCI) is seeking submissions dedicated to the mission of learning communities (LCs):
Virtual Conference: October 24, 2020
Submissions Deadline: June 17, 2020
Presenter Notification: Late-June to Early-July
If you are interested in reviewing abstract submissions, please use this link to sign-up. Ideally, each volunteer will receive 2-5 abstracts to review. Abstracts will be shared with volunteers in early-June. Your help is greatly appreciated.