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    Seminars and Webcasts

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    Our Program sponsors a series of seminars on topics related to health professions education. Most previous presentations are available via Webcast – you may have the option to download the entire talk to your computer, stream it from our UGA YouTube site, or download the talk as a PDF. Click the link above to subscribe to the entire series using iTunes.

    September 18, 2012. “The Impact of the Affordable Care Act on Research, Teaching and Practice”. Phaedra Corso, PhD and Mark Ebell MD, MS, College of Public Health, the University of Georgia

    March 19, 2012. “Triple Geek: Using Scientific Inquiry as the Foundation for Teaching Evidence-Based Practice, Quality Improvement and Research Methods”  Linda Boyd, D.O, Associate Dean for Regional Campus Coordination, Professor of Family Medicine, Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Helath Sciences University.

    February 13, 2012. “Measurement and Testing with Pain in Animals” Erik Hofmeister, Associate Professor, Veterinary Anesthesiology, Deapretment of Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, College of Veterinary Medicine, UGA

    October 17, 2011.   “Transforming Health Care Delivery Through Interdisciplinary Training- The New Health Care Teams of the Future”  Denise Kornegay, M.S.W., Executive Director of the Georgia Statewide Area Health Education Centers.

    September 12, 2011.   “What is the evidence for management of concussion in athletes?” Michael Ferrara, PhD, Dept of Kinesiology, University of Georgia.

    January 28, 2011- “Best Techniques for Finding and Using Pre-Evaluated Sources and Primary Literature in the Health-Related Professions”- Ms. Diana Hartle, UGA Science Library and Ms. Julie Gaines, MCG-UGA Partnership

    December 3, 2010 – Case-Based Learning in Health Professions Education” – Ikeson Choi, PhD, University of Georgia

    October 22, 2010 – “MCG/UGA Medical Partnership Curriculum Update” – Scott W. Richardson, MD, Associate Dean for Curriculum, MCG/UGA Medical Partnership

    October 1, 2010 – “What do I do when there is no good evidence?” – Mark H. Ebell MD, MS and Steve Budsberg, DVM, University of Georgia

    May 10-11, 2010 – Teaching Evidence-Based Practice in the Health Professions Conference

    • “Teaching Evidence Based Medicine: Should We Be Teaching Information Management Instead?” – David C. Slawson, MD, University of Virginia
    • “Teaching Evidence-Based health Care: Barriers and Solutions”  – Allen F. Shaughnessy, PharmD, Tufts University, Boston

    March 23rd, 2010: College of Public Health Seminar: “Answering Healthcare Questions Using the Internet” – Mark H. Ebell MD, MS, Associate Professor, College of Public  Health

    March 1st:  “Evidence-based Medicine electronic Decision Support” – Ilkka Kunnamo, MD, Editor-In-Chief, EBM Guidelines, Finnish Medical Society

    February 12: “Lifespan Professional Development through Practice-Based Education” – Ronald M. Cervero, PhD, Associate Dean, College of Education, UGA

    January 22:  “The Flexner Report 100 Years Later: Its Implications for Health Professions Education” – Barbara Schuster, MD, MCG/UGA Medical Partnership

    November 13, 2009: “Does Technology Enhance Learning of Healthcare Professionals: What is the Evidence?” – Thomas Reeves, PhD, Department of Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology, College of Education, UGA

    October 9, 2009: “Evidence in the Learning Organization” – Gerald E Crites, MD, M.Ed. and Scott Richardson, MD, MCG/UGA Medical Partnership.

    September 11, 2009:  “What is Evidence-Based Practice?” – Mark Ebell MD, MS, University of Georgia

    Webcasts from friends and colleagues

    2010 British Documentary

    • Title: Information Mastery 3 – Making Decisions Better
    • Purpose: This 50 minute documentary is to help inform UK clinicians, health care workers, and the general public how decisions regarding coverage of health care resources are made. It features interviews with David Slawson MD and Allen Shaughnessy, PharmD, our featured speakers at the 2010 Annual Conference.