The Clinical Conversation Exchange Meetings have been developed as case-based, collaborative workshops. Each program in the series is led by 2 faculty; along with a moderator. To help foster the interactive environment, the program chairs have developed worksheets and cases that will be sent to learners to view and complete in preparation for the meetings. The pre-work will allow for the faculty and moderator to dive right into the content, which will include patient scenarios with Q&A to provide learners practice identifying patients who would benefit from itreatments, applying interdisciplinary collaboration. The goal for these programs is to elicit a free exchange of knowledge and experiences that will assist in making all learners more confident in caring for patients.