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Apply by February 16: HCAP Research Intensive Program
February 16, 2022 @ 5:00 pm
This seminar may be of interest to students in health and social services fields, or students who want to improve their overall communication skills.
Are You Listening?
Dates: Wed (2/23, 3/2, 3/9, 3/16, 3/23, 3/30)
Time: 12pm to 2pm
Location: Via Zoom
Students have to attend ALL 6 Sessions
Application DEADLINE: Wed, 2/16, 5PM.
Apply at bit.ly/rispring22
Acceptances will be sent out on 2/17
Communication is an important skill in many professions, but especially so in healthcare and social services. In those fields, understanding the relationship between persons and their social, cultural, economic, and political contexts is of primary interest. In order to support your patient/client and build trust, you have to understand their circumstances and priorities, reflect on your implicit biases, and convey your message in a way that is digestible for them. These tasks require you to ask the right questions at the right time, actively listen to what was said and what was not, and demonstrate empathy through words, tone, eye gaze, and body language. But how do we build these communication skills?
In this free HCAP online seminar, participants will learn about person-center ethnography, preparing and conducting interviews, and analyzing qualitative data. Participants are required to conduct 2-3 in-depth, recorded interviews with a single Asian American respondent about their illness or caregiving experience. These recordings will then become the focus of seminar discussion and critique. The overall objective is to improve one’s interviewing and listening skills by practicing, and then analyzing, the interview process.
We also have speakers joining us for most of the sessions. These are researchers or practitioners who will share their experiences in interviewing and listening.
Les Chuang, MD
NYC Health & Hospitals, Gouverneur Internal Medicine
Clinical Instructor, Dept of Medicine at NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Gabriela Fullon, LMC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Asian American Studies Program, Hunter College
Perry Pong, MD
Weil Cornell Medicine Voluntary Faculty
Chief Medical Officer, Charles B. Wang Community Health Center
NAMI-NJ, Multicultural Outreach Program
Laavanya Pasupuleti, Peer Engagement Specialist
1) Active participation in all 6 seminars
2) Complete readings before meetings
3) Complete the Hunter CITI IRB Training by Wed, 3/2. Take the “CITI HSR-Social and Behavioral Course” for undergraduates. (http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/irb/education-training/citi-irb-training-1).
4) Final presentation (3-5 minutes) that analyzes your interview process, summarizing its emerging themes, or which discusses the relevance or lack of relevance of this methodology for your own research interests or profession.
All current Hunter undergraduates are welcomed to apply.
This project is supported by the Hunter College AANAPISI Project (HCAP).
To apply, please fill out this application by Wed, 2/16, 5PM. Acceptances will be sent out on 2/17. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. An at La1092@hunter.cuny.edu