Webinars are a great way to breathe new life and professional development into those months between ASPE annual conferences. A Webinar is a seminar conducted over the Internet using a combination of conference calls and a website, or an online application for meetings. They are usually an hour long and begin with a presentation followed by a discussion between the presenters and attendees. We offer Webinars on a variety of subjects and at a variety of times to make them attractive and available to as many people as possible.

Upcoming Webinars

Social Science Perspectives on Addressing Ableism and Racialization in Academia and Healthcare

Join Kevin Hobbs, Keely Grossman, and Nadia Ganesh in their panel discussion on ableism and racialization in academia. The dialogue will address how institutions create and perpetuate inequities, and how these ideas are passed on to learners through hidden curriculums. This panel is being brought to you by the Equity Diversity Inclusion & Social Justice Ad-Hoc Committee.

Thursday, May 5, 2022 - 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. ET


Upcoming Webinars for Members Only

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If members miss the webinar, the files are archived here.

 Available for Both Members and Non-Members 

Previous Webinars

Voices of the SP

The Social Construction of Race and its Impact on Medicine and Biomedical Research

Literature Reference



EMS Data Sheet

Final Telecommunication Webinar PPT

Online OSCE SP Performance Briefing

Webinar Outline Handout

Post Webinar Handout 1

Post Webinar Handout 2

Summative PE Options without an SP

Telecommunication Software Comparison

Q & A

Videoconference Meeting Best Practice 

Videoconference Tools Comparison

BlueJeans Penn Medicine - Video Meeting Best Practices - Do's and Dont's