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Wednesday, December 1 • 2:25pm - 2:45pm
Using Blended Learning to Build Skills for Providers Supporting Clients with Self-Disclosure of a Health Condition [General Session 2]

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Healthcare providers face complex challenges as they support clients with self-disclosure, informing contacts about exposure to an infection such as COVID-19. We developed a self-paced online course and a live-online course that complement each other in preparing providers to support self-disclosure. The self-paced course uses visualization to tap into learners’ prior experience and introduces the four-step model of disclosure. Learners then attend a live-online course led by instructors experienced working in the field. Their knowledge is built on with role plays and skills practice with peer and instructor feedback. This course was piloted in August and received positive feedback in usefulness to participants’ work. This course models how blended learning can support skill building.

  • Describe a model of how an asynchronous online course and live virtual training can complement each other for skill building 
  • Outline the process of storyboarding and course design for skill building in asynchronous and live online courses 
  • Gain insight into the four-step model for supporting self-disclosure of a health condition 
You can view the Storyline portion of the course here: https://360.articulate.com/review/content/63075931-8e59-42b9-aaa9-8b568dfe1f0a/review

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Aaron Zachmeier

Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development, UC Santa Cruz
Aaron Zachmeier is Associate Director for Instructional Design and Development at UC Santa Cruz. He is a member of the Order of the Occult Hand.

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Catalina Macdonald

Education Technology Manager, California Prevention Training Center
Catalina Macdonald, MA Ed, is the Education Technology Manager at the California Prevention Training Center (CAPTC), a UCSF organization focused on providing training and technical assistance to health care workers on topics of sexual health and health equity. Catalina works on expanding... Read More →
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Nicole Nguyen

Family PACT Program Manager, California Prevention Training Center

Wednesday December 1, 2021 2:25pm - 2:45pm PST
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