Tuesday, July 14, 12 pm ET / 9 am PT
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Join ACH for a webinar with Antoinette Schoenthaler, EdD, FACH, and colleagues from Kognito, a virtual human simulation company, as we explore how virtual humans are helping build provider communication skills. We will share the latest research on the relationship of people with virtual humans, examine how virtual humans have been successfully utilized to provide practice in relationship-centered communication skills, and discuss best practices for integrating virtual human simulations to enhance in-person and online training workshops.
The webinar will include a demonstration of a simulation and data from a new meta-analysis of 600+ healthcare providers who completed virtual human simulations. All webinar registrants will receive a link to a virtual human simulation after the webinar to explore the interactive experience.
|Antoinette Schoenthaler, Ed.D, FACH is an Associate Professor of Population Health and Medicine and Fellow of the American Academy of Communication in Healthcare. Dr. Schoenthaler serves as the Director of the Psychosocial Unit in the Center for Healthful Behavior Change in the Division of Health and Behavior at NYU School of Medicine and co-Director of the Community Engagement and Population Health Research Core of the NYU CTSI. Her research focuses on how to translate evidence-based multilevel interventions into routine care to reduce cardiovascular disease disparities among patients followed at safety-net primary care practices. Dr. Schoenthaler has extensive experience in the development and implementation of clinic and community-based interventions targeted at cardiovascular risk reduction in diverse settings such as faith-based organizations, senior centers, and primary care practices. Her interventions leverage digital health innovations to foster collaborative models of team care for improvement of medication adherence and disease control. In addition to her research, Dr. Schoenthaler is recognized as a motivational interviewing trainer as part the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT), Inc. Group. Dr. Schoenthaler serves as a behavioral health expert for Kognito and has been involved in the development, and evaluation of various health simulations for the company.
|Ron Goldman, Kognito, Co-Founder & Chief Simulation Strategist, is an EdTech and digital health entrepreneur. Ron is the Co-Founder and Chief Simulation Strategist of Kognito, a virtual human health simulation company. Over the past 15 years, he has pioneered the application of neuroscience, gaming technology, and artificial intelligence to the design of simulation experiences with virtual humans that improve social, emotional, and physical health across healthcare, PK-12, and higher education.
|Gurnek Singh specializes in the application of digital innovations to improve healthcare delivery, reduce staff burden, and drive patient education and engagement. Gurnek has held leadership roles as a channels and innovation strategist for health systems and private enterprise where he has driven adoption of new technology to support healthcare providers and patients. Gurnek joined Kognito in 2018 to lead the growth and development of Kognito's virtual human simulation solutions for improving communication in healthcare.