PLANNING MEETING AGENDA
Global Forum on Innovation in Health Professional Education Presents . . .
A discussion on the well-being of learners, trainees, faculty, and health professionals across the education-to-practice continuum and an information-gathering session on the social determinants of mental health: How do these two topics relate?
Come ready to share your thoughts on:
- How do we design systems that support the health and well-being of all health professionals and care providers?
- What is the role of leadership (administrative, education, health professional) in promoting and supporting action (not just words) to promote and support health and well-being?
- What are the social determinants of mental health?
- Are we supporting educators, learners, and care providers who work with victims of trauma? Are they themselves at risk of secondary trauma?
January 11, 2019
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s
100 Academy Way, Irvine, CA 92617
|7:30 a.m.||Registration and Continental Breakfast|
|8:00 a.m.||Welcome—Patricia Cuff, Director, Global Forum on Innovation in Health Professional Education|
|STRESS/BURNOUT AND WELL-BEING IN EDUCATION AND PRACTICE|
Moderator: Zohray Talib, California University of Science and Medicine
|Open discussion to share|
|SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF MENTAL HEALTH|
|9:30 a.m.||Facilitator: Zohray Talib, California University of Science and Medicine|
Describing the social determinants of mental health
Incorporating mental health into experiential education about the social determinants
Supporting the well-being of students, faculty, and providers
Review the planning committee’s Statement of Task
|Table discussion question 1: What are the urgent issues this workshop must address within the social determinants of mental health (consider the clinical learning environment)?|
|Table discussion question 2: What suggestions might you give to the workshop planning committee that is tasked to build this workshop?|
|12:15 p.m.||ADJOURN TO LUNCH—All registered guests are invited|
Educating Health Professionals to Address the Social Determinants of Mental Health: A Workshop
Global Forum on Innovation in Health Professional Education
November 14–15, 2019
Keck Center of the National Academies, Room 100
500 Fifth Street, NW, Washington DC 20001
WORKSHOP OBJECTIVE: To understand the physical and mental health impacts of being exposed to the social determinants from a macro and meso level so the knowledge can be applied in a micro level
DAY 1: NOVEMBER 14, 2019
Opening by Forum Co-Chair:
Caswell Evans, University of Illinois at Chicago
Welcome by workshop co-chairs
|UNDERSTANDING THE SOCIAL DETERMINANTS—MACRO
Session Objective: To bring awareness to educators and practitioners that a person’s mental and physical health are impacted by the social determinants and the two cannot be disentangled.
Social determinants of mental health across the lifespan
A framework for educating health professionals to address the social determinants of health
|UNDERSTANDING THE SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF MENTAL HEALTH—MESO
Session Objective: To provide background and context for exploring the development of an educational module addressing the social determinants of mental health across the life course.
Building a health workforce to address the social determinants of mental health
Opening: Wendi Schweiger, National Board for Certified Counselors
Moderator: Andrew Dailey, American Psychological Association Minority Fellowship Program
Educating the educator on an interprofessional approach to addressing the social determinants of health through education and action
Facilitators: Sandra Crewe, Howard University School of Social Work, and Kathleen Klink, Office of Academic Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
|APPLYING MACRO AND MESO UNDERSTANDING OF SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH/MENTAL HEALTH TO MICRO APPROACHES|
|3:00 p.m.||Bringing education to life in and out of the classroom
Facilitator: Zohray Talib, California University of Science and Medicine
Hearing from the community
Leader: Sandra D. Lane,* Syracuse University
Hearing from health professions education students
Leader: Matthew Shank, President Emeritus, Marymount University
Hearing from health professions faculty providers
Leader: Warren Newton, American Board of Family Medicine Faculty providers: Terri Lipman, University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing
Panel discussion with the leaders
Moderator: Zohray Talib
DAY 2: NOVEMBER 15, 2019
Opening by Forum Co-Chair: Debra Powell, University of Minnesota
Welcome by workshop co-chairs
Policy leaders driving mental health legislature and its impact on health professional education
|MICRO APPROACHES TO EDUCATING HEALTH PROFESSIONALS ON THE SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF MENTAL HEALTH
Session Objective: Apply previous workshop discussions to exploring health professional education on the social determinants of mental health at three moments across the life course.
|8:30/8:45 a.m.||Breakout group instructions—Go to breakout room
Discuss the social determinants of health education framework as it relates to mental health challenges described through living histories
Social determinants of mental health affecting perinatal mood disorders: Triggers of anxiety
Gloria is a 27-year-old multipara female who presents to Rochester Regional Health in active labor with preterm premature rupture of membranes
Social determinants of mental health challenges in young adulthood
Person X is between the ages of 18–21 years, in good physical health, presenting with suicidal ideations
Social determinants of mental health issues touching older adults
Celia is a 78-year-old Boston woman who was admitted to the emergency room unable to walk after experiencing a work-related injury; she is otherwise in generally good health
|10:00/10:10 a.m.||Return to main room|
Sparking thoughts and ideas
*Served on the National Academies committee that developed the framework for educating health professionals on the social determinants of health.