Friday, September 16, 2016

Clinical Research Oriented Workshop (CROW) Meeting: Sept 16, 2016

Present:   Marianne Burke, Nancy Gell, Kairn Kelley, Ben Littenberg, Gail Rose, Adam Sprouse-Blum, Connie van Eeghen

Start Up:
1.                   Kairn Kelley and Gail Rose – communicating science to engineering students
a.       Method: start with what the expectations/goals are from the students; use parking lot
                                                   i.      Answers: how to go from dull to “wowzer,” how to distill information
b.       Use of non-oral communication to foster understanding about communication
                                                   i.      Debriefing process: what was noticed
1.       Keeping up vs. anticipation affects ability
a.       Knowing where it’s going
2.       Cues
a.       Signposts
b.       Structure
3.       Performance pressure (presenter and audience)
4.       Building a relationship: virtuous cycles of behavior
                                                 ii.      What makes it better
1.       Slower
2.       One-thing-at-a-Time
3.       Field of view (point of view)
4.       Eye contact (useful if it tells about thoughts)
5.       Experience
6.       Practice
c.       Ask audience to make the connections; the presenter actually facilitates
d.       Follow up: parking lot and comments about those issues
e.       Gail’s presentation to the computer science students on PEARRS – comments on feedback forms

2.                   Next Workshop Meeting(s): Fridays, 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m., at Given Courtyard South Level 4 until end of Aug.   
a.       Sept 23:  Kairn Kelley – Science Communication, continued
b.       Sept 30:
c.       Future topics:
a.       Topic-free check in (where are we in our work) and reflection on learning experiences (what's worked well for each of us re: CROW in the past, what other learning experiences have supported us well in developing our research skills that we might want to replicate). Kairn
b.       At some point would like to share presentation I am preparing for a conference on motor learning in autism as well as "scoping review" article on same topic.  2) rather not present this week. October would be great.  Liliane
c.       I would like to start coming to these meetings- but often have clinics scheduled on Friday afternoons.  Am particularly interested in autism research so please let me know the date so I can attend then if possible. Will plan to come this Friday afternoon.  Deborah Hirtz M.D.

Recorder: Connie van Eeghen

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