In addition to monthly discussion groups and journal clubs, LEEP participants will participate in core workshops at the APHC annual conferences. Workshops will be either pre or post conference courses in the following areas:
Core content: Medicine's social contract and professional expectations, socialization, role models and mentors, communities of practice, social justice and race consciousprofessionalism.
Skills: teaching methodologies, resources, assessment of ethical and moral development, assessment of professional behaviors of students, faculty and the learning environment.
Core content: hidden curriculum, communities of practice, creating institutional professionalism standards, accreditation requirements, social justice and community engagement.
Skills: organizational assessment, leadership in institutional change.
Resilience, Wellness and Interprofessional Practice:
Core content: mindfulness, self-awareness, reflection, interprofessional collaboration and communication.
Skills: mindfulness practice, narrative and reflective writing, reasoning through ethical and moral dilemmas, priority setting for healthy living and leadership.
Social Justice and Race Conscious Professionalism:
Core content: implicit bias, discrimination in the workplace and its impact on faculty and trainees, health disparities and race conscious professionalism.
Skills: implementing principles of community engagement, addressing workplace discriminatory and disrespectful behavior from patients, faculty and staff, using the IAT and self-assessment instruments in education.