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Sunday, February 26 • 9:15am - 10:45am
(BRIGHTON) Leading Change in Medical Education

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Abstract Body: This workshop was developed over three years as part of a leadership development program at the UC San Francisco School of Medicine. In draws on multiple change management theories that have been applied to real world change initiatives in medical education. Objectives: - Define change management. - Identify initiatives that benefit from a deliberate change management process. - Describe stages of change model. - Apply a change model to a change initiative. - Analyze a case study for best practices in leading change Methods: The workshop will involve a brief overview of leading change, that includes a definition of change management, an overview of several models and details of one common model used in higher education (20 minutes). Participant activities include: - a personal reflection on change at the participant’s institution (5 minutes); - forming into Change Leadership Teams, participants will select an initiative and outline a change management plan to present to the other - - teams for feedback (25 minutes) review of a case study and participants will derive a list of best practices used in the case study (30 min) Outcomes: - Ability to explain the importance of a deliberate change leadership strategy in medical education. - Ability to outline a change strategy for a major initiative. - Be able to improve the experience of change for medical schools. Target Audience: Anyone who leads projects across the continuum of medical education. 

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Kevin H. Souza

Associate Dean, UC San Francisco
Kevin H. Souza serves as Associate Dean for Medical Education at the University of California, San Francisco, and was the founding director of the Office of Educational Technology (now Technology Enhanced Learning). | | He has administrative responsibility over the medical education programs and programmatic oversight of educational technology and simulation activities in the school. | | His professional interests include cultivating... Read More →



Sunday February 26, 2017 9:15am - 10:45am
BRIGHTON

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