The Trustworthiness Series – The Foundation for Health and Wellbeing on Campus
To be successful in any public health effort, campus leaders and college health professionals must demonstrate trustworthiness. With significant portions of GenZ reporting mistrust of higher education, it is critical that higher education professionals understand how to cultivate and protect students’ trust in them. The Trustworthiness series will help participants understand and apply the principles of trustworthiness to their work and educate campus leadership.
This series contains three live webinars to be presented monthly from January-March 2023. See below for the agenda. Recordings of the webinars will be released 3-5 business days following the live broadcast for viewing on-demand. The enduring recordings will expire on January 1, 2025.
Attendance at/viewing of prior session(s) in the Trustworthiness Series is helpful but not required.
For details about each presentation, including learning objectives and how to earn CE credit/contact hours, select the CONTENT tab above then select a presentation title.
Continuing Education Credit
CE credit/contact hours will be awarded session-by-session. Please see the CONTENT tab above, select a session title, then view its CE Credit & Disclosures tab for details on the available credit/contact hours, steps for successful completion, and deadlines. If you attend a webinar live, you can expect the deadline to request CE credit to be two weeks following the live broadcast.
How to Register
There is no cost to attend. Registration for the series gains you access all three sessions, both the live webinar and the on-demand recording.
Click the green Register button at top right. For login and additional instructions, visit the REGISTRATION and FAQs tab above.
You'll access the live webinars, recordings, evaluation surveys, and post-tests for CE credit/contact hours from the CONTENT tab above. Once logged in, select a session and view its Content tab. There you will see several components, the first one will be where you will "Join" the live broadcasts or "View" the archived recording. For more, see "How to Access Sessions" on the REGISTRATION AND FAQs tab above.
The schedule of live webinars is below.
Note: The times below are in Eastern Standard time. When you login and go to a session's Content tab, the time next to the link to Join the live webinars will convert to your local time.
|January 27, 2023|
12:00–1:00 pm ET
|The Importance of Trustworthiness in College Health and Higher Education||Jennifer Bretsch, MS, CPHQ, LSSG, Manager, Health Care Quality and Public Health Initiatives, Director of Programs, AAMC Center for Health Justice, Association of American Medical Colleges|
Shannon Calderone, PhD, Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership, Washington State University, College of Education
Rahul Choudaha, PhD, Managing Director of Higher Education, Morning Consult
|February 10, 2023|
12:00–1:30 pm ET
|The 10 Principles of Trustworthiness||Philip M. Alberti, PhD, Senior Director, Health Equity Research & Policy, Founding Director, AAMC Center for Health Justice, Association of American Medical Colleges|
|March 24, 2023|
12:00–2:00 pm ET
|Applying Trustworthiness Principles to Peer Educator Programs ||Jennifer Bretsch, MS, CPHQ, LSSGB, Manager, Health Care Quality and Public Health Initiatives, Director of Programs, AAMC Center for Health Justice, Association of American Medical Colleges|
Claudia Trevor-Wright, MA, JD, MCHES, Project Director, CoVAC Initiative, American College Health Association
Heather Zesiger, PhD, MCHES, Project Deputy Director, CoVAC Initiative, American College Health Association
Recorded On: 01/27/2023
To be successful in any public health effort, campus leaders and college health professionals must demonstrate trustworthiness. With significant portions of GenZ reporting mistrust of higher education, it is critical that higher education professionals understand how to cultivate and protect students’ trust in them. The Trustworthiness series will help participants understand and apply the principles of trustworthiness to their work and educate campus leadership. In this session, we will hear from experts on the importance of trustworthiness for college health professionals, examine existing research on young peoples’ trust in higher education and health professionals, including generational and racial disparities, and consider how build a culture of trustworthiness that supports student wellbeing. This session is appropriate for college health and all higher education professionals.
Recorded On: 02/10/2023
In this session, Dr. Philip Alberti, Founding Director of the American Association of Medical Colleges Center for Health Justice will present the Center’s Trustworthiness Toolkit, a framework for health professionals to build trust with the community members they serve. This session is appropriate for college health and all higher education professionals. Attendance at prior session(s) in the Trustworthiness Series is helpful but not required.
Recorded On: 03/24/2023
In this session, we will briefly review the American Association of Medical Colleges Center for Health Justice will present the Center’s Trustworthiness Toolkit and explore how college health and higher education professionals may apply the Principles of Trustworthiness to their peer educator programs. This session is appropriate for college health and all higher education professionals who work with student leaders. Attendance at prior session(s) in the Trustworthiness Series is helpful but not required.
How to Register
- Please see “What is my username/password?” in the FAQs below.
- Click the green “Register” button at the top-right of this screen and login if you are not already.
- You'll be immediately registered and receive a confirmation email from firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Access Sessions
To access either the live broadcasts or the recordings that will be posted afterwards...
- Return to this page by using the link in your registration confirmation email, bookmarking this page, OR by logging in to the ACHA Education Center home and clicking on My Dashboard in the right-hand sidebar.
- Make sure you are logged in using the username/password associated with the email where you received your registration confirmation. See "What is my username/password?" below to retrieve passwords, if needed.
- Click on the Contents tab on this page to reveal the list of sessions in this series.
- Select a session, then click the session's Contents tab.
- The first component on that tab is the session component that will show a "Join" button prior to the live broadcast or a "View" button once recording is posted. See FAQs if you don't see the Contents tab or its components.
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How do I access copies of slides or other handouts?
Access each session via the instructions above. Look for the “Handouts” tab on the session's page. The “Handouts” tab may not be viewable until just prior to the start of the event as materials are still being finalized.
How do I obtain continuing education credit/contact hours?
Access each session via the instructions above. Look for the "CE Credit and Disclosures" tab on the session's page. Here you'll find details on the type of credit/contact hours available for that session and instructions on how to successfully complete the required components, which include:
- View/attend the session in its entirety.
- Complete an attestation of attendance.
- Pass a post-test with a score of 80% or higher.
Note: Certificates will be issued for each individual session, not for the full series.
What are the deadlines to request CE credit/contact hours?
For attendance at LIVE webinars, see the individual session's CE Credit and Disclosures tab. You can expect the deadline to be about two weeks following the live webinar.
For viewing the recorded webinars: January 1, 2025
What do I need to know about time zones on this site?
The static agendas and other publicized schedules give session times in Eastern Daylight Time. However, when you reach each session's component where you will "Join" live broadcasts, the platform will automatically convert session start times to your local time zone, based on your actual location when you log in. If the time zone you are seeing is not correct, please go to Your Profile/Settings in this Education Center site (see the small arrow next to your name in the login box) and change the time zone setting to your current location.
What accessibility options are available?
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- When viewing the recordings after the live broadcasts: Youtube-generated closed-captioning will be available.
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