Student Faculty Collaborate

Wednesday, September 22 Sessions

9:30 am – 6:15 pm

In the event of a Zoom or MS Teams connectivity problem, please contact one of the following: Kerrie Quirk, Robert Treat, Amy Bingenheimer, Amy Prunuske.

For Virtual Reality sessions, users must download download Virbela software prior to session. Passcode: IHER2021

Keynote Address Links | Passcode: IHER2021az

Keynote Address | Dr. Sondra Zabar

12:00 – 1:15 pm

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Sondra Zabar, MD

Supporting a Learning Healthcare System – Using Simulation to Continuously Improve Telemedicine and Healthcare Quality

Professor of Medicine and the Director of the Division of General Internal Medicine and Clinical Innovation, New York University (NYU) Grossman School of Medicine; Attending Physician at Gouverneur Healthcare Service

Concurrent Session One

The passcode for all sessions is IHER2021az

Oral Presentations 1 | 9:30 – 10:30 am

9:30 – 9:45 am

Development and Evaluation of a Sex Trafficking Education Program for Obstetric/Gynecology, Emergency Medicine, and Family Medicine Residents: A Mixed Methods Study

Morgan Briggs, MD

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9:45 – 10:00 am

Clinical Impact of an Underserved Community Health Curriculum: A Qualitative Review of Student Reflections

Lauren Bauer, MD, MPH, MS

10:00 – 10:15 am

The Use of COM-B to Evaluate a Medical Provider Breastfeeding Support Training

Shalyn Houston

Shalyn Houston, BS

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10:15 – 10:30 am

Enhancing Patient-Centered Medical Care Through Life Story Work (LSW)

Sai Suma Samudrala, BS

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Workshop 1 | 10:30 – 11:45 am

More Than Just Another Zoom Meeting: Utilizing Software Programs to Enhance Online Education

Kelly Horton, MA

Learning Objectives

  • Describe challenges to student engagement and interaction with virtual interprofessional education.
  • Explore ways that utilizing software programs including Allo, Padlet, and Google Slides/Forms can address these challenges.
  • Identify how these programs can be used to enhance participants’ own virtual curricula.

Oral Presentations 2 | 1:30 – 2:30 pm

1:30 – 1:45 pm

Self-reported Levels of Depression, Anxiety, and Stress During the First 6 Months of Medical School – A Case Study at the Medical College of Wisconsin’s Regional Campuses

Erin Gruber

Erin Gruber

Meet Erin (Audio)

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1:45 – 2:00 pm

Neural Network Analysis of Medical Student Burnout as Impacted by Emotion

Robert Treat

Robert Treat, PhD

Meet Dr. Treat (Audio)

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2:00 – 2:15 pm

A Spotlight on Fellow Wellness

Karen Chao

Karen Chao, MD

Meet Karen (Audio)

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2:15 – 2:30 pm

Seeking Peer Outreach: An Integrated, Tiered Approach to Address Stigma and Isolation in Medical Education

Meghan Peterson

Meghan Peterson, BS

Meet Meghan (Audio)

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Roundtable 2 | 2:45 – 3:45 pm

Moving Medical Education Research Towards Dissemination

Medical educators are expected to disseminate their work to advance the field, while also growing academic opportunities. Multiple barriers exist preventing publication of educational research. During the roundtable, participants will discuss barriers, review MCW resources, and devise solutions to move their medical educational research toward dissemination.

Michael Braun

Michael T. Braun, PhD

Meet Michael (Audio)

Workshop 2 | 4:00 – 5:15 pm

Lateral Thinking: How to Tap into Creativity

Cassie Ferguson

Cassie Ferguson, MD

Meet Dr. Ferguson (Audio)

Learning Objectives

  1. Describe why creative thinking is central to academic medicine.
  2. Name three myths surrounding creativity.
  3. Define "lateral thinking" (as described by author Edward de Bono) and explain how it may be utilized as a source of creativity in academic medicine. 4. In small groups, utilize at least three lateral thinking tools to generate new ideas for a problem you are interested in solving.

Virtual Reality Social | 5:15 – 6:15 pm

Come explore Virbela, the virtual reality software that allows you to connect with colleagues using your unique Avatar. The group will convene in the private IHER team suite to learn about the ways you can interact within the platform. Then, if interested, you are free to explore some of the common spaces, such as the soccer field, which are also featured within Virbela.

Users must download software prior to session.

[Virbela Software]

Passcode: IHER2021

Concurrent Session Two

The passcode for all sessions is IHER2021az

Roundtable 1 | 9:30 – 10:30 am

Operationalizing GME Wide Academic Enrichment Programs

Leaders of the recently established GME Global Health Scholars program and the Kinetic³ Teaching Academy will discuss their experiences operationalizing an academic enrichment program open to all residents and fellow. These programs provide a framework for discussion of the benefits, challenges, and operationalization of other GME-wide curricula.

Ashley Pavlic

Ashley Pavlic, MD, MA

Meet Dr. Pavlic (Audio)

Speed Posters 1 | 10:45 – 11:45 am

 
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Developing Equanimity Through Critical Reflection and Creative Expression | Liz Dominguez, BS

Elizabeth Dominguez

Liz Dominguez, BS

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Revision of M2 Dermatology Unit to Develop Culturally Competent Physicians: A Retrospective Qualitative Analysis | Molly Thapar, BS
Make Your Own Adventure: The Discussion Board as an Effective Tool for Asynchronous, Virtual, Learner-driven, Case-based Teaching in a Preclinical Course | Marika I. Wrzosek, MD
Filling the Gap: Emergency Medicine Administration and Operations Residency Elective | John Ray, MD, MBA

John Ray

John Ray, MD, MBA

Meet Dr. Ray (Audio)

How Humor is Used in the Clinical Learning Environment and its Effects on Medical Trainees: A Scoping Review | Jordan T. Garcia, BA

Jordan Garcia

Jordan T. Garcia, BA

Meet Jordan (Audio)

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Speed Posters 2 | 1:30 – 2:30 pm

 
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Who Killed Mr. Brown? A Hospital Murder Mystery | Rachel Kavanaugh, PharmD, BCACP

Rachel Kavanaugh

Rachel Kavanaugh, PharmD, BCACP

Meet Dr. Kavanaugh (Audio)

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Feedback in Medical Education: Themes by Generational Cohort | Maria Skorey, MD

Maris Skorey

Maria Skorey, MD

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Sex and Gender Medicine in the First Year MD Curriculum at the Medical College of Wisconsin | Madeline Zamzow, BS
Sex and Gender Medicine (SGM) in the Second Year MD Curriculum at the Medical College of Wisconsin | Kendall Trieglaff, BS

Kendall Trieglaff

Kendall Trieglaff, BS

Meet Kendall (Audio)

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In the Room Where it Happens - How Remixing Interprofessional Education Planning to Include Students Enhances Engagement and Satisfaction Despite Virtual Restrictions | Katarina Stark, BS
Implementing Interactive Extracurricular Case-Based Learning Sessions to Help M1 Students Review, Integrate, and Apply Physiology Principles | Todd Stollenwerk, BS
Cultural Intelligence Framework: Student Insights and Experiences | Lana Minshew, PhD, MEd

Kern Transformational Ideas Initiative (TI2) Posters 1 | 2:45 – 3:45 pm

 
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Opening Remarks and Q&A Facilitation

Presenters

  • M. Chris Decker, MD
  • Julia Schmitt
Mattering and Character Strength Spotting on the Gynecology and Surgery Medical Student Clerkships

Presenters

  • Rana Higgins, MD
  • Caitlin Patten, MD
  • Kristina Kaljo, PhD
  • Zach Colvin, DO
Closing the Gap of Knowledge and Education Among Providers in the Disparities Sexual and Gender Minorities Face

Presenters

  • Melinda Pierdomenico, DO
  • Sarah Larsen, MD, MPH
  • Jessica Smoko
  • Kevin Robertson, MD
Answering the Call: Using the Medicine Clerkship to Facilitate Inpatient Follow-up for Emergency Residents

Presenters

  • Leilani Hernandez
  • Pinky Jha, MD
  • Brian Gooley, MD
  • Brady McIntosh, MD
  • Sanjay Bhandari, MD
Medical Provider Simulation Practicum

Presenters

  • Nathan Rosenberg, BSN, RN, CCTN
  • Andrew Cochran, PT, DPT
  • Kurt Hammitt, MSN, RN
ACCESS Better Care Through Social Determinants of Health Training

Presenters

  • Ashley Pavlic, MD
  • Sehr Kahn, MD
  • Celeste Pain
  • Cecilia Scholcoff, MD
  • Sara Tesfatsion, MD
  • Madeline Kenzie, MD
Developing a Low-Stakes Environment for Teaching Development and Feedback: The Teaching Test Kitchen

Presenters

  • Chase LaRue, MEd
  • Erica Chou, MD
  • Kerrie Quirk, MEd
  • Max Hershey
  • Enrique Avila
An Antiracist Medical School Curriculum. It Matters.

Presenters

  • Bryn Sutherland
  • Sandra Pfister, PhD
  • Monet Woolfolk
  • Christopher Davis MD, MPH
Medicine in Real Life

Presenters

  • Emelyn Zaworski
  • Sofie Kjellesvig
  • Eric Weaver
  • Eric Lee
  • Meghan Peterson
  • Jesslyn Hendrickson
  • Kate Kipp, MS, UW-Stevens Point
  • Amy Prunuske, PhD
  • Corina Norrbom, MD
Creating an Annual Anti-Racism Pledge for Medical Students

Presenters

  • Harini Shah
  • Kathlyn Fletcher, MD
  • Jessica Miller
  • Tracy Bui
  • Elizabeth Dominguez
  • Aliyah Keval
  • Marisa Tobes

Roundtable 3 | 4:00 – 5:00 pm

Reimagining the New MCW Medical School Curriculum

MCW is working on developing a new curriculum and the roundtable session is an opportunity for you to discuss with members of the curriculum implementation team what is being planned for the new curriculum. The session will allow key stakeholders including student, staff, residents, and faculty to share their ideas for reimagining the curriculum. These ideas will be helpful as we move forward with the development process.

Amy Prunuske

Amy Prunuske, PhD

Virtual Reality Social | 5:15 – 6:15 pm

Come explore Virbela, the virtual reality software that allows you to connect with colleagues using your unique Avatar. The group will convene in the private IHER team suite to learn about the ways you can interact within the platform. Then, if interested, you are free to explore some of the common spaces, such as the soccer field, which are also featured within Virbela.

Users must download software prior to session.

[Virbela Software]

Passcode: IHER2021