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Virtual Educational Materials: Adapting Tools for Optimal Engagement - Shared screen with speaker view
NaRCAD Technical Assistance
04:19
Welcome, everyone!
Erica D'Aquila
07:33
NYC
Alisen Guyet
07:35
Virginia Beach, VA
Cynthia Biederman
07:36
Newark Delaware
Vishal Kinkhabwala
07:36
Lansing MI
Trish Rawn
07:37
Hello from Toronto Canada!
Janet Nelson
07:38
Des Moines Iowa
Julie Anne Bell
07:38
New York City
Amanda Benedetti
07:40
Cleveland OH
Jen Schindler
07:41
Hi! Jen Schindler from Calvert County, MD
Aurora Munoz
07:42
Philadelphia, PA
Benjamin Hernandez
07:43
Victorville ca
Tiffany Ferguson-cline
07:43
Salisbury, NC
Loren Regier
07:44
Saskatoon, SK
Isabel Evans
07:44
Phoenix AZ
April Vince
07:45
Cleveland, Ohio
Brian Abascal
07:45
San Francisco
Julie Hibben
07:47
Des Moines, Iowa
Kelsey Bolton
07:50
La Crosse WI
Victoria Burton
07:52
Toronto, Canada!
Liana O
07:56
Chicago, IL
Katarina Pulver
08:14
Las Vegas, NV!
Mary Nagy
08:37
Lansing MI!
Deanne Taylor
09:10
Stillwater, OK
Vishal Kinkhabwala
14:59
talk to me about your experiences with zoom so far!
Jen Schindler
15:09
Would it benefit you to have notes from today's meeting?
Alisen Guyet
15:14
What is your most comfortable learning environment?
Brian Abascal
15:16
Are you comfortable being on camera, or using chat?
Kelsey Bolton
15:29
Are you a checklist, spreadsheet, graph, video, or other type?
Trish Rawn
16:15
What interested you about academic detailing at first, and why does it appeal to you as way of getting education?
NaRCAD Technical Assistance
20:12
Key messages!
Trish Rawn
20:15
Assessment tools
Brian Abascal
20:22
Sexual history
April Vince
20:23
Reducing the risk stats
Jen Schindler
20:28
follow up info
Katarina Pulver
20:34
a TL;DR version at the top
Cynthia Biederman
20:38
scripting
Brian Abascal
20:39
HIV disparities
Deanne Taylor
20:48
Who May Benefit from PrEP
Cynthia Biederman
21:08
algorithm
Katarina Pulver
21:08
flow chart
Brian Abascal
21:08
PrE
Deanne Taylor
21:13
Prescribing PrEP
Trish Rawn
21:15
testing and prescribing algorithm
Brian Abascal
21:22
PrEP prescribing guidelines
Trish Rawn
21:23
post-exposure prophylaxis
Cynthia Biederman
21:32
cost info
Brian Abascal
21:55
A lot of text
Cynthia Biederman
21:56
TMI
Kelsey Bolton
21:58
Busy
Tiffany Ferguson-cline
21:58
overwhelmed
Jen Schindler
21:59
Man that's a lot of info
April Vince
22:05
Lots of info
Atha Gurganus
22:09
Why important?
Katarina Pulver
22:15
Too much text for a powerpoint slide
Brian Abascal
30:01
prescribing colleagues
Jen Schindler
30:04
narcad colleagues
Kelsey Bolton
30:06
Colleagues
Tiffany Ferguson-cline
30:06
director
April Vince
30:14
Other AD :)
Trish Rawn
30:19
Physicians you have detailed many times in the past
Kelsey Bolton
30:21
Clinicians in my hospital
Brian Abascal
30:25
non-hiv clinicians
Cynthia Biederman
31:01
if my teenage son gets the key message then I know it's clear
Katarina Pulver
37:51
No
Trish Rawn
37:57
Looks the same
Kelsey Bolton
37:59
Not really
Kelsey Bolton
39:00
Blurry
Katarina Pulver
39:01
super STRETCHED
Jen Schindler
39:03
blurry
April Vince
39:05
Poor resolution
Katarina Pulver
39:37
Much better
Deanne Taylor
39:46
Crisp
Katarina Pulver
39:50
Still needs less words
Jen Schindler
40:00
easier to read
Kelsey Bolton
40:01
Should highlight one sentence at a time
Brian Abascal
40:11
Yaassss animation
Brian Abascal
41:47
slighty affected kidney function and bone density, but in like <1%
Jen Schindler
43:58
Love that RICE card! We gave it to providers
Jen Schindler
44:21
but it does look real...can be confusing to providers and patients?
Brian Abascal
44:30
Yes??
Brian Abascal
48:43
What about offering telehealth best practices, so they can do this virtually?
April Vince
50:08
Challenge-Getting time with the providers
Alisen Guyet
55:30
I always send materials up front.
Alisen Guyet
56:31
Technical difficulties have changed a zoom to a telephone conversation several times- this way, they have the materials and we review them together over the phone.
Mary Nagy
57:12
Thanks Alisen!
Alisen Guyet
57:30
It also saves time by allowing them to see the patient education materials prior to our meeting- they can ask questions or request more materials at the time of our conversation.
Tiffany Ferguson-cline
01:00:27
provider not showing up
Trish Rawn
01:00:30
That it will turn into a presentation with me doing all the talking
Julie Anne Bell
01:00:44
Providers not engaged or feel we are wasting their time
Jen Schindler
01:00:46
Provider just turning it on and not engaging/playing it in the background
Mary Nagy
01:00:47
The uninterested provider
Kelsey Bolton
01:00:53
Awkward silences
Brian Abascal
01:00:57
harder to tell if clinician is tuning out
Julie Anne Bell
01:01:33
Provider focusing too much on one aspect and not allowing time to deliver full message
Cynthia Biederman
01:03:24
Provider not engaged. Multitasking. Happened recently and obviously she was washing dishes
Cynthia Biederman
01:06:07
Nope. It was funny!
NaRCAD Technical Assistance
01:08:35
AM Session: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIkcu2uqjkuHtTh1LdnBMkeHIz8xeyGzN1JPM Session: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEvcemqqjIvGNxllbT5BOoiIeYIDpz8Oot7
Brian Abascal
01:08:35
These are so helpful! Can't wait to turn in my detailers when we start our AD program!
Anna Morgan
01:09:47
Evaluation link:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JuneWebinarEvaluation_COP
April Vince
01:10:45
thank you!
NaRCAD Technical Assistance
01:10:47
Thank you everyone!
Loren Regier
01:10:51
Awesome!
Trish Rawn
01:10:54
Thank you for a great session!
NaRCAD Technical Assistance
01:10:55
Please take a second to fill out the survey! :)
NaRCAD Technical Assistance
01:11:03
Evaluation link:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JuneWebinarEvaluation_COP