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Build Your CSL Toolkit: Putting Positive Deviance into Practice

Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics

Thursday, October 1, 2015 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (CDT)

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For background information, here is a video of Dr. Arvind Singhal’s overview of Positive Deviance presented at the 2015 Annual Community Service Learning Conference:

http://nowcastsa.com/blogs/webcast-positive-deviance-way

 

Session Objectives

1. Frame an inquiry using the positive deviance approach

2. Design a positive deviance study to address a health-related / community service learning project

 

You are encouraged (but not required) to come to the session with 2 or 3 community health problems you are experiencing and for which you may want to develop a PD approach.

Have questions about Build Your CSL Toolkit: Putting Positive Deviance into Practice? Contact Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics

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Academic Administration Building Room 114


Thursday, October 1, 2015 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (CDT)


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Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics

We strive to be a leading Center educating medical students and health professionals in ethics and professionalism while nurturing empathy and humanitarian values. We fulfill our mission by:

    • Preparing students to identify, analyze and resolve moral conflicts in patient care and medical research;

 

    • Deepening the attentiveness to patients that will persist throughout students' medical careers through exposure to excellent clinical role modeling, arts and letters; and

 

  • Developing a distinguished interdisciplinary community service learning program that focuses on ethics in action and serves as a bridge between ethics education and development of empathy and humanitarian values.

The Center focus on four key areas: Literature and Art, Medical Ethics and Professionalism, Community Service Learning and Global Health

http://www.texashumanities.org

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