February 10, 2016
What student development are we aiming for in global health education? How do we assess learner growth that requires demonstration, consistency, and varying contexts? What controversies exist in global health competencies that every educator should be aware of?
Competency-based education is flourishing in professional training regardless of discipline. Interprofessional Global Health Competencies were proposed in 2015 by the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH). This webinar explored the use of competencies in global health education, including diving into controversies and challenges, as well as outlining consensus and trends. Get primed on controversies including cross cultural contexts, false sense of expertise, logistical challenges at institutional levels, and much more.
View this webinar to learn more about competency development, assessment, and theory. This session is essential for anyone creating, revamping, or expanding global health programs at undergraduate and graduate levels.
Suggested Preparatory Reading:
All Together Now: Developing a Team Skills Competency Domain for Global Health Education
Virginia Rowthorn, JD, LLM, and Jody Olsen, PhD, MSW
The Problem With Competencies in Global Health Education
Quentin Eichbaum, MD, PhD, MPH, MFA, MMHC
Jessica Evert, Child Family Health International Executive Director
Quentin Eichbaum, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Associate Professor Dept. of Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology
Associate Director of Transfusion Medicine
Assistant Dean for Program Development
Associate Professor of Medical Education and Administration
Virginia Rowthorn, University of Maryland Baltimore
Managing Director, Law & Health Care Program and Lecturer in Law
Co-Director, UMB Global Health Interprofessional Council