Oct 27

Implicit Bias in Clinical Practice

Instructor: Mark Sanders

LIVE/Synchronous Webinar. 3 CEUs available.

Implicit biases are unconscious and affects decisions in a number of important areas including: the criminal justice system; workplace; school; the health care system, behavioral health and sports. Implicit biases can determine who goes to prison, who gets hired, promoted and fired; who gets offered pain medication; who gets seen first in emergency rooms and the quality of behavioral health treatment.

This presentation focuses on implicit bias in clinical practice. Topics covered include: how implicit bias can affect engagement, retention and outcomes in clinical practice; changing demographics and the need to address implicit bias; research on how to turn implicit biases into explicit biases; implicit bias intervention strategies in the clinical relationship; a strength based approach to addressing implicit biases in the clinical practice.

This workshop satisfies the cultural competence requirement for social workers.

By the end of this presentation you will be able to:

• Define Implicit Bias.

• Turn implicit biases into explicit biases.

• Articulate the need to address implicit biases in the clinical relationship in the mist of demographic shifts.

• Utilize 10 intervention strategies.

• Use a strength based approach to address the impact of implicit bias in the clinical relationship.

• Be led by research on how to deal with implicit bias.

This workshop will take place via Zoom. Access information will be shared via email prior to the start of the course. The workshop will not be recorded.

For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact pdp@crownschool.uchicago.edu or call 773.702.1166.

Date: October 27, 2021
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Oct 27

Mathematics for Medical Physicists

Mathematics for Medical Physicists

Date: October 27, 2021
Time: 9:30 AM - 10:20 AM

Oct 27 - Oct 29

2021 John Hope Franklin Lectures

Each year the Department of History invites leading scholars of slavery and its afterlives to deliver lectures on their research. Returning after last year's hiatus due to the pandemic, this year's lecture series will take place from October 27-29 and will feature noted historian and legal scholar Elizabeth K. Hinton of Yale University and Pulitzer Prize and Bancroft Prize-winning historian Heather Ann Thompson of the University of Michigan. 

Registration for the 2021 lecture series is now open here. The events are free and open to the public.

The 2019 inaugural lectures were given by Jennifer Morgan, Professor of History and Chair of the Department of Social and Cultural Analysis at New York University, and Vincent Brown, Charles Warren Professor of History and Professor of African and African American Studies at Harvard University. Learn more here.

Oct 27

Rhetoric of Writing-Focused Feedback

Hosted by Ashley Lyons, Associate Director of University Writing Programs

We welcome you to participate remotely or in person.

Teaching courses in your department? Preparing for the job market? This collaborative workshop asks you to think critically about feedback in the courses you design and teach in your own field: what, out of many potential functions, do you want your feedback on student writing to do? We'll share different modes of and approaches to feedback and discuss how to align the different functions and formats of feedback with the learning objectives you have for your students. With these insights, participants will be equipped to decide what kind of writing-focused feedback to include in their course designs, when, and how. Participants will also be equipped to reflect on and better articulate those decisions when preparing future job materials.

Date: October 27, 2021
Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Oct 27

ATS Virtual Office Hours (No Appointment Necessary)

Academic Technology Solutions (ATS) Virtual office hours allow you to drop in and meet with ATS staff via Zoom to ask any questions you may have about the transition to remote teaching, Canvas, Panopto and our supported Learning Tools. To see our schedule of virtual office hours, please visit: https://academictech.uchicago.edu/office-hours/.

You do not need to register in advance to attend virtual office hours. Pre-requisite: Open to all faculty, instructors, teaching assistants, and graduate students. Click more information to the link to join

Date: October 27, 2021
Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

See: https://academictech.uchicago.edu/office-hours/

Oct 27

ATS Office Hours (No Appointment Necessary)

The Academic Technology Solutions (ATS) in-person office hours allow you to meet one-on-one with ATS staff to ask any questions you may have about Canvas, Zoom, Panopto, or other technologies related to teaching. To review all supported tools visit: https://academictech.uchicago.edu/teaching-tools/

In-person office hours are held in the Regenstein Library TechBar (JRL 160) from 11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. Monday-Thursday.

Faculty, instructors, and support staff are invited to stop by and receive personalized help with any and all academic technologies. You do not need an appointment to join.

Date: October 27, 2021
Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

See: https://academictech.uchicago.edu/office-hours/

Oct 27

COM Seminar Series - Mohamed S. Abou Donia, PhD

Committee on Microbiology Seminar Series - Mohamed S. Abou Donia, PhD, Princeton University

Please contact Natasha Beals for Zoom information nbeals@bsd.uchicago.edu.

Date: October 27, 2021
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Oct 27

CAP #2 - Shadowing/Scrubs/OR/Professionalism

tbd

Date: October 27, 2021
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Oct 27

CAP#1 Career Advising at Pritzker - Overview

BSLC 109

Date: October 27, 2021
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Oct 27

Mohamed Abou Donia, PhD, Princeton University

“Production and Metabolism of Bioactive Small Molecules by the Human Microbiome,” Committee on Microbiology Seminar, contact Natasha Beals at nbeals@uchicago.edu for Zoom details

Date: October 27, 2021
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM