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Inclusive Practices for Diverse Student Populations


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Student populations are becoming more diverse, and it is critical for educators and institutions to implement practices that ensure the success of all students. Practical approaches, including small changes in the classroom and laboratory, can have a huge impact on student experience, success, and retention in the sciences. Diversification of successful scientists is essential for optimal scientific progress and innovation, as well as addressing important issues of equity and social justice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date: Apr 23, 2019 01:00 PM - Apr 24, 2019 11:00 AM

Location: SIUE School of Nursing

Fee

$0.00

CE Hours

4.00

CE Units

0.400

Registration closes on Apr 24, 2019 10:00 AM

Activity Type

  • Knowledge

Target Audience(s)

  • Pharmacists
  • Nurses
  • Nurse Practitioners

Accreditation(s)

Disclosure Policy
The disclosure policies of the SIUE School of Pharmacy Office of Continuing Professional Education requires all persons in a position to control content to disclose any relevant financial relationships with commercial interests. If a conflict is identified, the Office of Professional Continuing Education will initiate a process for resolving the conflict.  The existence of relationships does not necessarily imply bias or lessen the value of the activity.  All educational materials are reviewed for fair balance, scientific objectivity of studies reported, and levels of evidence.
The persons required to disclose conflicts include all course faculty, the SIUE CPE administrator, all activity planners and all reviewers.  The relevant commercial financial relationships or affiliations must have occured over the past 12 months.

 
Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.  
 
 
 
The participant must provide the correct NABP ePID number/DOB combination in their electronic profile. All CPE evaluations must be completed within 60 days of completing the activity. It is the participant's responsibility to check that their credit records are correct within the 60 day period after completion of the activity.   Log in to CPE Monitor at www.mycpemonitor.net to view a list of all ACPE-accredited activities you have taken. Any discrepancies must be resolved with the CPE Provider directly and in a timely manner.
 
 
 

 

Co-Sponsor(s)

SIUE School of Nursing

Requirements for CE Credit

 
To receive CE credit, the participant must complete the entire course (be present for the entire live presentation, or read the monograph in its entirety etc.), and complete the online pretest and post-test (as indicated for the activity) with a score greater than that specified for the course.   The participant must  also complete the online evaluation.  The evaluation must be completed within 60 days following the activity for live activities.  Evaluations completed after 60 days will not be awarded credit.    

SIUE School of Pharmacy will transmit pharmacist activity completions to CPE Monitor. To view a list of all ACPE-accredited activities you have taken, log in to CPE Monitor at www.mycpemonitor.  For information on the eligibility of this continuing education credit toward meeting your CME/CE requirements, please consult your professional association or state licensing board.

For questions regarding CME/CE activities, please email wsigang@siue.edu

It is the responsibility of the participant to ensure that all course credits earned are present in their cpe monitor profile within the timeframe specified by ACPE.

Support/Credits

We acknowledge the support of Dr. Sheri Compton-McBride.  CE Director, SIUE School of Nursing

 

 

Registration closes on Apr 24, 2019 at 10:00 AM

Registration Closed  

Student populations are becoming more diverse, and it is critical for educators and institutions to implement practices that ensure the success of all students. Practical approaches, including small changes in the classroom and laboratory, can have a huge impact on student experience, success, and retention in the sciences. Diversification of successful scientists is essential for optimal scientific progress and innovation, as well as addressing important issues of equity and social justice.

Objectives

  • State the definitions of diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Analyze, using their own backgrounds and experiences, the assumptions they bring to conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Show how changing personal work and teaching habits would promote an inclusive environment
  • Discuss how inclusive practices increase the likelihood of success for all individuals

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

Katie Johnson picture

Katie Johnson, Ph.D.
Chair and Associate Professor of Biology, Beloit College


Brief Bio : Dr. Katie Johnson, Chair and Associate Professor of Biology, is a nationally renowned physiology educator. She was twice recognized by the American Physiological Society (APS) for her pedagogical research investigating how teaching practices affect learning attitudes and outcomes in diverse student populations. Katie has extensive committee leadership experience, both at Beloit College and within the APS. She has contributed to national initiatives that emphasize collaboration and mentorship, such as NSF-ADVANCE and NSF-Research Coordination Network (RCN). The Johnson laboratory assesses insulin resistance and obesity in horses, based on Katie's graduate work in hepatic glucose metabolism and incretin action, specifically GLP-1, at Vanderbilt University in the laboratory of Dr. Alan Cherrington. Katie mentors a diverse group of trainees and has numerous physiology and pedagogy publications and presentations co-authored by undergraduate researchers.

Activity Number

0480-9999-19-012-L04-P
Date: 04/23/19
Time: 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM

CE Hours

2.00

Location

SE 3230
Registration Closed  

Registration closes on Apr 24, 2019 at 10:00 AM

Registration Closed  

Student populations are becoming more diverse, and it is critical for educators and institutions to implement practices that ensure the success of all students. Practical approaches, including small changes in the classroom and laboratory, can have a huge impact on student experience, success, and retention in the sciences. Diversification of successful scientists is essential for optimal scientific progress and innovation, as well as addressing important issues of equity and social justice.

Objectives

  • State the definitions of diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Analyze, using their own backgrounds and experiences, the assumptions they bring to conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Show how changing personal work and teaching habits would promote an inclusive environment
  • Discuss how inclusive practices increase the likelihood of success for all individuals

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

Katie Johnson picture

Katie Johnson, Ph.D.
Chair and Associate Professor of Biology, Beloit College


Brief Bio : Dr. Katie Johnson, Chair and Associate Professor of Biology, is a nationally renowned physiology educator. She was twice recognized by the American Physiological Society (APS) for her pedagogical research investigating how teaching practices affect learning attitudes and outcomes in diverse student populations. Katie has extensive committee leadership experience, both at Beloit College and within the APS. She has contributed to national initiatives that emphasize collaboration and mentorship, such as NSF-ADVANCE and NSF-Research Coordination Network (RCN). The Johnson laboratory assesses insulin resistance and obesity in horses, based on Katie's graduate work in hepatic glucose metabolism and incretin action, specifically GLP-1, at Vanderbilt University in the laboratory of Dr. Alan Cherrington. Katie mentors a diverse group of trainees and has numerous physiology and pedagogy publications and presentations co-authored by undergraduate researchers.

Activity Number

0480-9999-19-012-L04-P
Date: 04/24/19
Time: 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM

CE Hours

2.00

Location

MUC International Room
Registration Closed