Carilion Clinic’s TEACH (Teaching Excellence Academy for Collaborative Healthcare) initiative invites all students, faculty and staff from Jefferson College of Health Sciences to attend
Eliminating Incivility from the Workplace by Establishing a Safe Learning Environment.
Presented by Larrie Greenberge, M.D., Children’s National Health System
Monday, October 16, 2017, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
CRMH 13th Floor Conference Room
This Education Day session is designed for students and residents/fellows, and will help you to:
- Define incivility and reflect on its prevalence in the workplace in medicine.
- Compare the kinds of incivility that exist and assess the consequences on the institution.
- Demonstrate how incivility impacts the sense of safety and learning.
- Demonstrate a relationship between professional behavior and the learning climate.
- Identify the aspects of a safe learning climate.
- Develop a concrete plan to combat incivility in the workplace.
Dinner will be provided! To register, visit http://info.vtc.vt.edu/teach/teach-education-day-student-and-residentfellow-event-registration/
The mission of TEACH is to promote learning excellence at Carilion Clinic, the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine, Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute, and Jefferson College of Health Sciences by creating a community of educators and fostering their development as teachers, learners, and education researchers. You can learn more about TEACH, including how to become a member, at http://info.vtc.vt.edu/teach/.