Medical Education Day 2012

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Title/Topic: Integrated teaching: Strategies for linking basic and clinical science from the classroom to the bedside.

Date/Time: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 12:00pm-5:30pm
Location: TMEC Amphitheater and Atrium - 260 Longwood Ave, Boston, MA

Target Audience:  HMS Faculty Members

Click here to view the 2012 Abstract Book

Learning Objectives:  
Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:
• Describe the importance of integrating the basic and clinical sciences
• Identify theoretical concepts underlying integration of basic and clinical sciences  as they relate to medical decision making and development of expertise
• Apply innovative teaching methods to enhance integration of basic and clinical sciences in a variety of settings
• Evaluate their own teaching practices and implement new strategies to enhance integration of basic and clinical sciences 
 

Medical Education Day Abstract Award Winners
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“SKYPE ROUNDS:” A NIGHT CURRICULUM FOR PEDIATRIC RESIDENTS
Ariel Frey-Vogel, M.D., MAT, Garrett Zella, M.D., Shannon Scott-Vernaglia, M.D. Innovative/ GME

INITIATING A STUDENT-FACULTY COLLABORATIVE PRIMARY CARE PRACTICE FOR CHRONIC DISEASE MANAGEMENT
Mitalee Patil, A.B., John Hegde, B.S., Tomi Jun, B.A., Sun Yoo, B.S., Jane Zhu, B.S., Jennifer Katz-Eriksen, M.D., M.Sc., Rebecca Berman, M.D., Pamela Vohra-Khullar, M.D., Kristin Remus, D.O., Amy Weinstein, M.D., M.P.H.
Innovation/ Student

ORAL EXAMINATIONS IN UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION – WHAT IS THE ‘VALUE ADDED’ TO ASSESSMENT?
Luise I.M. Pernar, M.D.; Amy M. Sullivan, EdD; Katherine Corso, M.P.H.; Elizabeth Breen, M.D.
Research / Student

COMMUNICATION SKILLS TRAINING: THE DEVELOPMENT AND ASSESSMENT OF A NEW COURSE FOR COMMUNICATING WITH FAMILY MEMBERS OF CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS
Laura K Rock M.D., Nina Gadmer ACNP-BC, M.H.A., Grace Malvar, B.A., Richard M. Schwartzstein, M.D., Amy Sullivan Ed.D.
Research/ GME

Medical Education Day Abstract Special Recognition

MINORITY PHYSICIANS AND RESEARCH CAREERS: APPLYING THE THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOR
Edward Krupat, Ph.D., Buck Strewler, M.D., Carlos Camargo, Ph.D., Janice A. Espinola, M.P.H., Thomas Fleenor, M.Ed., Jules Dienstag, M.D.

 

Medical Education Day 2012 Schedule

12:00 to 12:30 pm

Welcome and Framing Introductory Remarks (Lunch served)
Richard M. Schwartzstein, MD
Ellen and Melvin Gordon Professor of Medical Education
Director of the Academy at Harvard Medical School

12:30 to 1:30 pm Keynote 

Tips and Trips from a Major Curriculum  Reform: The Genes to Society Curriculum at Johns Hopkins
Patricia Thomas, MD
Professor of Medicine and Associate Dean for Curriculum for The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
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1:40 to 2:30 pm Workshop Session 1

Option 1:  Taking simulation to the next level; Using medical simulation to facilitate basic and clinical science integration.
Emily Hayden, MD, Instructor in Surgery – Massachusetts General Hospital
Charles Pozner, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine – Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Jim Gordon, MD, MPA, Associate Professor of Medicine – Massachusetts General Hospital

Option 2:  Teaching physical diagnosis: Linking mechanisms of disease to physical exam
Richard Schwartzstein, MD , Ellen and Melvin Gordon Professor of Medical Education- Beth Israel Hospital
Joel Katz, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine - Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Option 3: Assessing integration of basic and clinical science
Graham McMahon, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine - Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Keith Baker, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Anaesthesia – Massachusetts General Hospital

Option 4: Integrating Population Health Concepts into Clinical Education
Jonathan Finkelstein, MD, Associate Professor of Population Medicine – Children’s Hospital
Emma Morton-Eggleston, MD, Instructor in Population Medicine – Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare Institute


2:40 to 3:30 pm Workshop Session 2 (repeated)

Option 1:  Taking simulation to the next level; Using medical simulation to facilitate basic and clinical science integration.
Emily Hayden, MD, Instructor in Surgery – Massachusetts General Hospital
Charles Pozner, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine – Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Jim Gordon, MD, MPA, Associate Professor of Medicine – Massachusetts General Hospital

Option 2:  Teaching physical diagnosis: Linking mechanisms of disease to physical exam
Richard Schwartzstein, MD , Ellen and Melvin Gordon Professor of Medical Education- Beth Israel Hospital
Joel Katz, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine - Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Option 3: Assessing integration of basic and clinical science
Graham McMahon, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine - Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Keith Baker, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Anaesthesia – Massachusetts General Hospital

Option 4: Integrating Population Health Concepts into Clinical Education
Jonathan Finkelstein, MD, Associate Professor of Population Medicine – Children’s Hospital
Emma Morton-Eggleston, MD, Instructor in Population Medicine – Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare Institute

 
3:45 to 4:30 pm Medical Education Day Abstract Award Ceremony

Reflection, Next Steps and Discussion
Melanie Hoenig, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine – Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Fidencio Saldana, MD, MPH, Instructor in Medicine - Brigham and Women’s Hospital
 

4:30 to 5:30 pm Poster Session & Reception

Course Director:   Richard M. Schwartzstein, MD
Course Planners: Melanie Hoenig, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, and Fidencio Saldana, MD, MPH, Instructor in Medicine


Accreditation

The Harvard Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The Harvard Medical School designates this live activity for a maximum of 3.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.