About this Event
800 Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN 38163https://uthsc.edu/simulation/townhall.php
The Power of We Town Hall: A Community Conversation on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in SImulation Education will showcase the role of simulation education in helping learners provide equitable healthcare. We aim to spark meaningful dialogue amongst UTHSC faculty, students and staff through a rich discussion and exploration about what it takes to intentionally create a more diverse and inclusive education environment and the opportunities simulation can provide toward making this happen.
We are excited to have one of the world's leading healthcare simulation education experts, Dr. Desiree Diaz, share her insight with our campus. Her presentation is titled, “Crayola is made for crayons not cultural congruence: A frank discussion about the importance of cultural congruence in a global community.” She is a dynamic speaker who inspires and asks tough questions.
During the event, we will premiere a short documentary of the history and future of diversity, equity and inclusion training efforts at UTHSC’s Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Simulation (CHIPS) titled, “Putting Our CHIPS on the Table: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Through Simulation.”
We want your voice in this community conversation. Please join us!
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