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Hopkins Fall Institute in Barcelona - Spain

2nd Annual Johns Hopkins Fall Institute in Health Policy and Medical Care
November 1-26, 2010

The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions and Parc de Salut Mar (Mar Health
Park) with the collaboration of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra and the
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, are pleased to announce the second
annual Johns Hopkins Fall Institute in Health Policy and Medical Care.

The Institute provides a unique opportunity for short-term, intensive
educational courses and workshops in a variety of medical care delivery
disciplines. The Institute is jointly sponsored by the world-renowned
Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, and Mar Health Park, one of the
major medical care, teaching and biomedical research institutions in
Catalonia, Spain. With the collaboration of the Universitat Pompeu
Fabra and the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, two of the leading
universities in Spain, the Institute serves as a convenient venue for
health professionals to enhance their education with a focus in key
medical care issues.

Participants, while learning about policies and approaches that work, will explore
current innovations as well. The Institute offers both graduate-level
academic courses that are equivalent to regular Bloomberg School
courses given during the traditional academic year as well as two
continuing education workshops. All of the offerings may also be taken
not-for-academic credit, to enhance one's continuing education in the
areas of public health and medical care.
http://www.jhsph.edu/dept/hpm/continuing_ed/IMAS/course_offerings


Fall Institute in Medical Care Course and Workshop Offerings

309.730.98 PATIENT SAFETY AND MEDICAL ERRORS
3 credits
November 2-4, 2010
Instructors: Drs. Albert Wu and Juan Pablo Horcajada

This course provides an introduction to the science of safety, and how it
relates to problems with patient safety in health care. Discussions
will include the role of both individual health care workers, and
systems in improving patient safety and institutional responses to
adverse events, including the topics of quality improvement, risk
management and infection control. The course will emphasize the
importance of communication and teamwork. Participants will learn the
basics of conducting an incident investigation, gain an understanding
of the advantages and limitations of error reporting, learn how to
disclose errors and adverse events, become familiar with models for
improving safety in hospitals and other health care organizations, as
well as methods for improving and evaluating safety.

All students enrolled in this course will be evaluated for receipt of the
certificate of participation based on class participation.Students
taking this course for Johns Hopkins academic credit will be further
evaluated on a paper that will analyze a case and proposed potential
solution due within one month after the conclusion of the course, on a
date identified by the instructor.


340.889.98 INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL RESEARCH
5 credits
November 8-12, 2010
Instructors: Drs. Fred Brancati, Jeanne Clark, Gregory Diette, Maria Sala, Joan Albanell and Manuel Franco

This course provides an intensive one-week introduction to clinical
research. The aims of the course are to emphasize the essentials of
observational study design, introducing cohort, case-control and
cross-sectional studies; to teach how to design and interpret clinical
trials; and to make participants familiar with the design of new
projects. To achieve these aims, the classes are organized into
sessions on relevant theoretical topics related to study design in an
interactive fashion, as well as sessions that introduce practical
topics such as successful grant writing, and integration of various
disciplines to synergize achieving research goals. Particular emphasis
will be placed on research methods related to cardiovascular disease
and cancer. Small groups within the course will work each day on the
development of a plan for a clinical research project that will be
presented on the last day of the course.

All students enrolled in this course will be evaluated for receipt of the
certificate of participation based on paired pre-and post-test of
knowledge base and participation in small group discussions. Students
taking this course for Johns Hopkins academic credit will be further
evaluated on a project identified by the instructor, due within one
month after the conclusion of the course on a date identified by the
instructor.


300.998.98 INTERPERSONAL TEACHING SKILLS FOR CLINICAL FACULTY
There are no academic credits associated with this workshop
November 15-17, 2010
Instructors: Drs. L. Randol Barker and Adolfo Diez

Teaching hospitals must provide the opportunity for clinical faculty to develop
the skills and knowledge they need in order to be effective teachers.
Clinical teachers face the unique challenge of triple advocacy: for the
patient's health, for the learner's development, and for their own
development. This workshop addresses the third advocacy: the
development of the teacher. The workshop will focus on the following
interpersonal teaching skills: Providing and Eliciting Feedback,
Supervising in the Clinical Setting, and Facilitating Small Group
Learning. The workshop will also address the Professionalism of
Teaching and will illustrate how teaching can lead to Scholarly
Creativity. Sessions will include reflection on the previous teaching
experience of the participants, presentation and demonstration of
skills models, and skills practice by participants.

All students enrolled in this course will be evaluated for receipt of the
certificate of participation based on class participation.


300.999.98 EDUCATIONAL AND CLINICAL LEADERSHIP IN MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS
There are no academic credits associated with this workshop
November 18-20, 2010
Instructors: Drs. David Kern and Joaquim Gea

All major medical institutions face the challenge of leadership, especially
leadership from among the institution's educators and clinicians. How
do educators and clinicians exhibit leadership through program
development? How can they influence organizational change? How can they
disseminate their work? How can medical institutions encourage and
reward such educational and clinical leadership? What should the
selection and promotion process be for the educational and clinical
leaders within a medical institution? How does one protect time for
leadership through program development? These questions and issues will
be addressed in this 3-day workshop.

All students enrolled in this course will be evaluated for receipt of the
certificate of participation based on class participation.

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