These sessions were used in previous years of EHM.
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Diversity: Demonstrate humility and self-awareness to engage in patient centered care of people from diverse backgrounds.
Ethics: Use ethical frameworks to reason through ethical conflicts and uncertainty, justifying a course of action for a given scenario.
Global, Population & Public Health: Discuss how organized community efforts on a local, regional, national, or global level can supplement health service delivery in improving population health outcomes.
Health Equity: Explain how structural factors lead to unjust health outcomes for different patient populations.
Health Systems: Summarize key features of the health care system in the US including structures, processes, policies, economics, and value.
Interprofessional (IPE)/ Communication: Explain roles and responsibilities of common health care team members and model effective communication.
Lifelong Learning: Use reflection, feedback, and self-motivated, self-directed learning to identify and address knowledge and performance gaps.
Professionalism: Demonstrate behavior in personal and professional life reflecting the values of medicine.
Social Determinants of Health: Recognize the impact of social and environmental factors on the health of patients, families, and communities.
Systems Improvement: Outline effective strategies to improve quality and safety in health care settings.
Global, Population & Public Health:
Interprofessional (IPE)/ Communication:
Social Determinants of Health:
Diversity: Create care plans for patients of diverse and intersecting identities that incorporate cultural and structural humility.
Ethics: Practice resolving clinical ethics conflicts and uncertainties by applying different ethical frameworks and collaborating with different stakeholders.
Global, Population & Public Health: Summarize population and public health resources available to patients.
Health Equity: Integrate structural factors that lead to unjust health outcomes for different populations into patient care plans.
Health Systems: Critique key features of the health care system in the US including structures, processes, policies, economics, and value.
Interprofessional (IPE)/ Communication: Construct care plans with consideration of roles and responsibilities of common health care team members.
Lifelong Learning: Construct and implement an individualized development plan using self-reflection and self-evaluation to continuously improve performance to achieve measurable professional goals.
Professionalism: Evaluate personal and professional behaviors in the context of a developing professional identity.
Social Determinants of Health: Prioritize social determinants health for patients and propose potential interventions.
Systems Improvement: Apply evidence based strategies to improve quality and safety in health care settings.