Submission ID 78320

Code OH-2-1
At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
Category Medical Education
Type Oral
Will the presenter be a: Other
Presenter Other faculty
Title Sanokondu - Building A Global Social Learning Space Focused on Healthcare Leadership Education for Learners
Background/Purpose Globally, healthcare providers must demonstrate leadership capabilities in practice and training. Programs, disciplines, professions, and organizations are all investing in leadership education with significant overlap in effort & resource use. Common curricula for leadership training in undergraduate and postgraduate education sufficiently adaptable for use internationally have yet to be established. A social learning space built around this vision could help meet this global need. Our purpose is to describe the evolution of Sanokondu, a multinational social learning space dedicated to leadership education for healthcare learners.
Methods The CanMEDS 2015 review generated collaboration to design leadership training. Some of the collaborators formed Sanokondu and started to create a common leadership curriculum for postgraduate medical learners. Annual meetings (The International Summit on Leadership Education for Physicians) organized through the University of Toronto and Royal College brought together stakeholders (patients, learners, educators, & leaders across and external to the health professions). Through co-creation and feedback, a core group then created a multipronged approach to leadership education for healthcare learners.
Results Outputs include: - Open-access modules (using CanMEDS and LEADS) - Joint events with global partners - Scholarship: peer-reviewed/invited workshops and publications - Harnessing virtual learning advancements, creation of - Curated resources for crisis leadership - Monthly opportunities for learning, unlearning, mentorship, networking and peer support.
Discussion A growing social learning space has developed to help meet the need for leadership education for healthcare learners ( Opportunity for partnership & collaboration continues to grow globally and across the health professions to meet the diverse leadership education needs.
Keyword 1 leadership education
Keyword 2 healthcare learners
Keyword 3 social learning space
Abstract content most relevant to: (check all that apply) Continuing Professional Development (CPD) (faculty development, CME)
Residency Education
Undergraduate Medical Education
Abstract Track - First Choice Leadership
Authors Ming-Ka Chan
Anne Matlow
Deepak Dath
Jamiu Busari
Diane de Camps Meschino
David Keegan
Graham Dickson
John(y) Van Aerde
Anupam Thakur
Ming-Ka Chan

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