2016 Best Practices in Medical Education Day

May 5, 2016 9am-4pm
University Recreation & Wellness Center, East Bank Campus

Best Practices in Medical Education Day provides a day long bi-campus forum for medical educators at the University of Minnesota. Plenaries at both the start and end of the day, workshops, and a poster session all aim to foster connectivity and share new and innovative ideas to improve practice. The focus on medical education practice and research is designed to give participants best evidence in medical education to improve teaching and learning in the medical school. This year's themes are communication and scholarship of teaching and learning. Best Practices Day is free and open to all faculty, fellows, residents, staff and students.

Objectives: Following this activity, participants will be better able to

  • Implement specific evidence based medical education teaching and learning practices
  • Discuss new projects and areas of medical education research that are being explored on both campuses and with affiliates.
  • Implement new techniques in their own teaching practices.
  • Participate in new medical education and research networks.

Registration: Free

Opening Keynote:
Clinical Reasoning: Journeys in being scholarly and doing scholarship

  Bordage

Georges Bordage, MD, PhD

Professor, Department of Medical Education
College of Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago

Dr. Bordage teaches courses in Scholarship and Current Issues in Health Professions Education, Research Design and Grant Writing, and Scientific Writing. His research includes the study of clinical reasoning; written and oral assessment of clinical decisions (the “key features” approach); and scientific writing.

     

Closing Keynote:
Setting Standards for Mastery Learning Assessments

  Yudkowsky

Rachel Yudkowsky, MD, MHPE

Associate Professor, Department of Medical Education
College of Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago

Dr. Yudkowsky serves as Director of the Dr. Allen L and Mary L Graham Clinical Performance Center where she develops standardized patient and simulation-based programs for the instruction and assessment of students, residents and staff; Director of the University of Illinois Health Sciences Simulation Consortium; and co-President of the Chicago Simulation Consortium.

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List of Posters (PDF)

Location: University Recreation & Wellness Center, 123 Harvard Street SE, Minneapolis, MN, 55455

Accreditation Statement
The University of Minnesota is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

American Medical Association (AMA) Credit Designation Statement
The University of Minnesota designates this live activity for a maximum of 5.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit
commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Agenda

Morning

8:00am  Registration & Continental Breakfast

8:00-9:00  Moderated Poster Session

9:00am  Welcome

Mark Rosenberg, MD, Vice Dean for Medical Education

9:10 - 10:00  Opening Keynote

Clinical Reasoning: Journeys in being scholarly and doing scholarship

Georges Bordage, MD, PhD; University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine

10:05 - 11:00  Session I A

10:05 - 11:00  Session I B

Session I Workshop

Moderator: John Andrews, MD

Session  I Lightning Round

Moderator: Jeff Chipman, MD, FACS

Teaching in Small Groups: Strategies and Solutions for Educators

Nersi Nikakhtar, MD

Are Heart Rate Variability and Anxiety Performance Predictors?

Alan Johns, MD, MEd

Bridging the gap: The effects of neurology residents as primary instructors in the second year medical student neurology course

Jamie Starks, MD

Making the Case for “High Value”--Communicating Value-Based Decision Making to Patients

Alisa Duran, MD, PGDiplMEd & Jill Bowman Peterson, MD

A Novel Longitudinal Undergraduate Interprofessional Teamwork and Inpatient Clinical Skills Curriculum using TeamSTEPPS and Simulation

Albertine Beard, MD & Berdette Reuer, MSN-Ed, RN

11:00-11:10 Break

11:10 - 12:05  Session II A

11:10 - 12:05  Session II B

Session II Workshop

Moderator: Robin Michaels, PhD

Session II Lightning Round

Moderator: Suzanne van den Hoogenhof, PhD

Making Difficult Feedback Easier

Jane Miller, MA, PhD

Developing and Administering a Modified Fresno Test to Evaluate Evidence Based Medicine Skills

Shannon Reidt, PharmD, MPH & Kristin Janke, PhD

CrowdEd: a novel model for crowdsourcing medical education learning resources

Matthew McPheeters, MD/MBA Candidate

Looking back at a successful resident research project:  what worked?

Lynn Manning, MD & Donald Pine, MD

An Intervention to Improve Resident and Fellow Event Reporting Across the Metro Area

Nathaniel Scott, MD

12:05 - 12:55 Lunch

Afternoon

 

 

12:55-1:50  Session III A

12:55-1:50  Session III B

Session III Workshop

Moderator: Steve Katz, PhD

Session III Lightning Round

Moderator: Alan Johns, MD

Addressing the Challenges of Multiple Instructor Courses: A Course Director Faculty Learning Community Promoting Content Integration

Christina Petersen, PhD &

Karin Quick, PhD

The Impact of Next Generation Learning Object Repositories (LORs) on Healthcare

Mark Hilliard, MA, Michael Lougee, PhD, Brian Dunnette, & Colin McFadden, MS

PED-Rx: A “TED-like” Event Creating Dialogue Between Students and Practitioners

Todd Sorensen, PharmD

Teaching Female/Male Clinical Exams to First-Year Medical Students

Ruth Westra, DO, MPH & Jennifer Pearson, MD

Experience with the Script Concordance Test to Develop Clinical Reasoning Skills in Pharmacy Students

Kylee Funk, PharmD

1:50 – 2:00 Break

2:00-2:55  Session IV A

2:00-2:55  Session IV B

Session IV Workshop

Moderator: Michael Kim, MD

Session IV Lightning Round

Moderator:  Anne Pereira, MD, MPH, FACP

Real Patients; Real Pedagogy: Can we improve experiential education through peer + expert review?

Jean Moon, PharmD &

Ann Schullo-Feulner, PharmD, BCPS

Structuring the Learning Experience:  Establishing and maintaining expectations between preceptor and student to focus and enrich learning.

Roli Dwivedi, MD, Christina Cipolle, PharmD, & EmmaLee Pallai, MFA

Narrative Medicine:  Incorporating Story into Medical Education

EmmaLee Pallai, MFA

Development of Psychomotor Skills in Cardiovascular Surgery Through a Program of Deliberate Practice with Using a Low-Fidelity Simulation Platform

John Spratt, MD

Strengths, Challenges and Surprises of the First year of the VA Longitudinal Undergraduate Medical Education (VALUE) Program

Michael Leffler-McCabe, MD & Archana Ramaswamy, MD

3:00-3:50 Closing Keynote

Setting Standards for Mastery Learning Assessments

Rachel Yudkowsky, MD, MHPE; University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine

3:50  Closing

Bob Englander, MD, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education

4:00-5:00 Networking Reception

Curriculum and faculty subject to change.


Call for Abstracts - Presentations and Posters

2016 Themes:

  • Communication - effectively communicate with learners and patients
  • Scholarship of teaching and learning - what questions are we asking? Answering?

Presentation formats include:

  • 60 minute session (including time for Q&A and/or activity)
  • 10 minute lightning round presentation (showcase what you are doing: educational innovation, educational research/scholarship)
  • Poster

Proposal Review Schedule:

February 15 – Abstract submission deadline (deadline extended)
March 1st – Acceptance notification date

Application:

The following information is requested on the abstract submission form:
Name, Email & Department
Name, Email & Department of additional presenters/authors
Presentation format:
•60 minute session (including time for Q&A and/or activity)
•10 minute lightning round presentation (showcase what you are doing: educational innovation, educational research/scholarship)
•Poster
Topic
Title
Abstract
Learning Objectives

 


2015 Best Practices in Medical Education Day:
Critical Thinking in Medical Education

May 7, 2015 8am-6pm
University Recreation & Wellness Center, East Bank Campus

Best Practices in Medical Education Day provides a day long bi-campus forum for medical educators at the University of Minnesota. Plenaries at both the start and end of the day, workshops, and a poster session all aim to foster connectivity and share new and innovative ideas to improve practice. The focus on medical education practice and research is designed to give participants best evidence in medical education to improve teaching and learning in the medical school. This year’s event theme is critical thinking in medical education. Best Practices Day is free and open to all faculty, fellows, residents, staff and students.

Objectives: Following this activity, participants will be better able to

  • Implement specific evidence based medical education teaching and learning practices
  • Discuss new projects and areas of medical education research that are being explored on both campuses and with affiliates.
  • Implement new techniques in their own teaching practices.
  • Participate in new medical education and research networks.

Registration: Free

Opening Keynote: Stephen Brookfield, PhD
Thinking Critically in Medical Education

  Stephen Brookfield

Since beginning his teaching career in 1970, Stephen Brookfield has worked in England, Canada, Australia, and the United States, teaching in a variety of college settings. He has written, co-written or edited seventeen books on adult learning, teaching, critical thinking, discussion methods and critical theory, six of which have won the Cyril O. Houle World Award for Literature in Adult Education. His work has been translated into German, Korean, Finnish, Chinese, Japanese, Polish, Farsi, and Albanian. He currently serves on the editorial boards of educational journals in Britain, Canada and Australia, as well as in the United States. After 10 years as a Professor of Higher and Adult Education at Columbia University in New York, he now holds the John Ireland Endowed Chair at the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota where he recently won the university's Diversity Leadership Teaching & Research Award and also the John Ireland Presidential Award for Outstanding Achievement as a Teacher/Scholar.

Closing Keynote: Robin Wright, PhD
Students as Colleagues, not Blank Slates: Using Principles of Learning and Identity to our Advantage

  Robin Wright Robin Wright is Head of the Department of Biology Teaching and Learning, Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate Initiatives in the College of Biological Sciences (CBS) and professor of Genetics, Cell Biology, and Development at the University of Minnesota. She is currently working exclusively on undergraduate education research and initiatives. Prof. Wright has experience teaching both large and small classes, including freshman seminars, large introductory biology courses, and skill-oriented courses for honors students. The University of Washington, her previous institution, recognized her teaching innovations with a university-wide Distinguished Teaching Award. In 2012, she was named as a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. In 2014, she was awarded the Elizabeth W. Jones Award for Excellence in Education from the Genetics Society of America.

Agenda:

7:30am   Registration & Continental Breakfast

8:00am  Welcome

Mark Rosenberg, MD, Vice Dean for Medical Education

8:15 - 9:30 Opening Keynote

Thinking Critically in Medical Education
Stephen Brookfield, PhD, John Ireland Endowed Chair, University of St. Thomas

9:35 - 10:35 Workshop I

Community Preceptor Recruitment and Development

Darin Brink, MD
Kathleen Brooks, MD

Implementing Quality Improvement in Your Own Work

David Satin, MD
Additional workgroup members

Developing Teamwork Competencies for Medical Students

Craig Roth, MD
Additional workgroup members

10:35 Break

10:50 - 12:20 Workshop II

Looking Under the Hood When the Car Breaks Down - Teaching About Medical Decision Making by Studying Diagnostic Error

Andrew Olson, MD
Benji Mathews, MD
 Emily Borman-Shoap, MD
Maren Olson, MD, MPH

Advanced Survey Writing: Understanding Design & the Psychology of Survey Response to Write Better Surveys

Melissa Haynes, PhD,
Minnesota Evaluation Studies Institute (MESI)

A Flipped Classroom Workshop on Classroom Flipping for beginner level ‘want-to-be’, ‘ought-to-be’ and ‘can-I-be’ Year 1 and 2 Faculty Flippers

Anne Minenko, MD

12:20pm Lunch & Research-in-Progress round tables

1:30-3:00 Workshop III

A Quality Improvement Approach to a Residency Curriculum Change: A Data-Driven Plan for Improving Duty Hour Violations

Brian Muthyala, MD, MPH
Michael Rhodes, MD
Meghan Rothenberger, MD

The Biology of Learning: Practical Application to Teaching Practices

Robin Wright, PhD

Mentor: Roles, Challenges, and Skills Development

Jacob Prunuske, MD, MSPH
Robin Michaels, PhD
Jennifer Pearson, MD
Ruth Westra, DO, MPH

3:00 Break

3:15-4:15 Workshop IV

The Power of Interdisciplinary and Interprofessional Collaboration in an Academic Institution

Mumtaz (Taj) Mustafa, MD
Emily Borman-Shoap, MD
Keri Hager, PharmD
Patricia Adam, MD, MSPH

Research and Evidence Supporting Use of Rubrics in Medical Education

Mark Hilliard, MA

Selected Innovations from the Public Health and Health Policy Workgroup: Empowering Students to Impact Population Health

David Power, MD, MPH
Tyler Winkelman, MD
Peter Meyers

4:20 Closing Keynote

Students as Colleagues, not Blank Slates: Using Principles of Learning and Identity to our Advantage
Robin Wright, PhD, Associate Dean, College of Biological Sciences

5:00-6:00 Moderated Poster Session & Reception

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Accreditation

The University of Minnesota is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. An application has been submitted for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ through the Office of Continuing Professional Development. Determination of credit is pending.

Registration: Free

Posters

Simulation Case Study: A mixed modality approach to develop high-impact, low-cost cardiac anesthesia scenarios
Erik Norbie, Angela Mortenson, Jane Lindsay Miller
AHC Simulation Center and Interprofessional Education & Resource Center

A Novel Approach to a Professional Values Curriculum in Residency Training
Marianne Bernadino, MD, MSW, Psychiatry

OB Longitudinal Course Impact Survey
Jennifer Pearson, MD and Ruth Westra, DO, MPH
Department of Family Medicine and Community Health Duluth

Social Smile - Posting Infographics to Facebook to Fill Knowledge Gaps about Pediatric Oral Health
Michael Pitt, MD, Pediatrics, Natasha Varma, DMD, MPH, School of Dentistry, Jeffrey M. Karp, DMD, MS School of Dentistry, Scott Lunos, MS, Biostats, Joey Ivers, College of Design

NILMO: A Randomized Crossover Evaluation of Learning Gains and Format Preference for Online Modules
Amy Prunuske, PhD, Biomedical Sciences, Jacob Prunuske, MD, MSPH, Family Medicine, Lisa Henn and Ann M. Brearley, CTSI

Development of a Clinical Simulation Exercise: Training psychiatry residents in management of patient agitation
Valentina Cimolai, MD, Psychiatry and Scott A. Oakman, MD, PhD, Director of the Hennepin-Regions Psychiatry Training Program

 

 

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