“Ending Mistreatment in the Learning Environment”
This session explores medical student mistreatment as a significant issue that highlights hierarchical concerns around the medical environment; only with a focused, team effort can culture change to address this required shift in the teaching environment. The University of Colorado has employed a multimodal approach to change culture and improve student mistreatment numbers.
Jeffrey Druck, MD
Professor of Emergency Medicine and Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
Co-Director, Office of Professional Excellence
University of Colorado School of Medicine
The intended audience for this CME activity includes all practicing physicians, residents, fellows, students, nurses, pharmacists, hospital administrators, and medical school administrators.