Student Faculty Collaborate

Thursday, September 23 Sessions

9:30 am – 3:45 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

Meet-the-Editors Links | Passcode: IHER2021az

Keynote Address | Dr. Louis N. Pangaro

12:00 – 1:15 pm

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Louis N. Pangaro, MD, MACP

Planning for the Future – What’s Essential and What’s Desirable?

Professor of Medicine, Hebert School of Medicine of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

Meet-the-Editors | 1:30 – 2:30 pm

Peter GM de Jong, PhD

Peter DeJong, PhD

Editor-in-Chief, Medical Science Educator
Senior Researcher, Center for Innovation in Medical Education
Leiden University Medical Center
Leiden, The Netherlands

Peter GM de Jong, PhD is a strategic advisor and senior researcher in the field of Technology Enhanced Learning at Leiden University Medical Center in The Netherlands, where he leads a team for the development, implementation, and support of learning materials and where he provides strategic advice in the field of technology enhanced learning. His research interest is in the field of Blended Learning in medical education, especially the integration of Massive Open Online Courses into regular classroom teaching. He authored several articles on the topic of the use of computers in education and online learning, and presented numeral oral, poster, and workshop presentations. Since 2007 Peter is involved in the International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE), an international organization with a focus on advancing medical education through faculty development while ensuring that the teaching and learning of medicine continues to be firmly grounded in science. Since 2010 he holds the position of Editor-in-Chief of Medical Science Educator, the online journal of IAMSE published by Springer.

Anna T. Cianciolo, PhD

Anna T. Cianciolo, PhD

Editor-in-Chief, Teaching and Learning in Medicine
Associate Professor, Department of Medical Education
Southern Illinois University School of Medicine
Carbondale, IL, USA

Anna T. Cianciolo, PhD, is associate professor of Medical Education at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine and has served as Editor and Chief for Teaching and Learning in Medicine since 2013. She approaches medical education scholarship from a human-centered systems engineering perspective and is intrigued by the impact of contextual characteristics on educational implementation. Through her work as a researcher and editor, she seeks to promote reflective practice in educational design and evaluation, empowering educators to continuously learn and improve instruction.

Michael D. Fetters, MD, MPH, MA

Michael D. Fetters, MD, MPH, MA

Co-Editor in Chief, Journal of Mixed Methods Research
Professor, Department of Family Medicine
Director, Mixed Methods Program
Director, Japanese Family Health Program Education and Research
University of Michigan Medical School
Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Michael D. Fetters, MD, MPH, MA, is a professor of family medicine at the University of Michigan (U-M) where he directs the Japanese Family Health Education and Research Programs that strives to provide culturally and linguistically competent care for the Japanese population currently residing in Ann Arbor and the Detroit Metropolitan area. Fluent in Japanese, he has also been instrumental in the introduction, preparation for, and teaching of, the concepts, skills and mission behind the specialty of family medicine for medical residents in Japan with a grant awarded to the U-M and the Department of Family Medicine titled the Shizuoka-University of Michigan Advanced Residency Training, Education and Research in Family Medicine (SMARTER FM). With Family Medicine Adjunct Professor John W. Creswell, he co-founded and directs the University of Michigan Mixed Methods Program as an international expert in the methodology of Mixed Methods Research, where he has taught multiple mixed methods workshops domestically and internationally in Canada, Denmark, China, Hong Kong, Qatar, South Africa, and Japan. He also serves as Co-Editor in Chief with Jose Franciso Molina Azorin for the Journal of Mixed Methods Research.

Jacob Prunuske, MD, MSPH

Jacob Prunuske, MD, MSPH

Associate Editor, AAMC MedEdPORTAL
Associate Editor, Peer-Reviewed Reports in Medical Education Research (PRiMER)
Assistant Dean of Clinical Learning
Professor of Family and Community Medicine
Medical College of Wisconsin - Central Wisconsin
Wausau, WI, USA

Jacob Prunuske, MD, MSPH is a Professor of Family and Community Medicine and the Assistant Dean for Clinical Learning at the Medical College of Wisconsin - Central Wisconsin campus. He earned his bachelor and medical degrees at the University of Wisconsin. He completed his Family Medicine Residency and Master of Science in Public Health at the University of Utah. His research has focused on family medicine and public health education. Dr. Prunuske has served as an Associate Editor for MedEdPORTAL from 2013-2021 and for the STFM journal PRiMER: Peer-Reviewed Reports in Medical Education Research from 2016-present.

Concurrent Session 1

The passcode for all sessions is IHER2021az except Virbela

Roundtable 4 | 9:30 – 10:30 am

Operationalizing Population Health Curricula

We will discuss our experience operationalizing population health curricula for our medical students and residents, highlighting several easily translatable aspects, including Community Engagement Day, patient shadowing, and simulation. We culminate with a demonstration of our newest program to promote character formation through self-reflection on biases and professionalism goal setting.

Ashley Pavlic

Ashley Pavlic, MD, MA

Meet Dr. Pavlic (Audio)

Virtual Reality 1 | 10:45 – 11:45 am

Who Killed Mr. Brown? A Hospital Murder Mystery

Rachel Kavanaugh

Rachel Kavanaugh, PharmD, BCACP

Meet Dr. Kavanaugh (Audio)

View poster (PDF)

Using Virtual Case-Based Discussions to Engage Medical Students Interested in Emergency Medicine during a Global Pandemic

Dr. David Fine

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Human Trafficking in Wisconsin: The Physician’s Role in Ending Modern Day Slavery

Marissa Cepress

Marissa Cepress, BS

Meet Marissa (Audio)

View poster (PDF)

Oral Presentations 4 | 2:45 – 3:45 pm

2:45 – 3:00 pm

Cognitive Apprenticeship in Pharmacy Education: A Multi-Institutional Study

Lana Minshew, PhD, MEd

View presentation (PDF)

3:00 – 3:15 pm

No More Multiple Choice! How Open-Ended Vignettes Changed our Clerkship

John Hayes, DO

View presentation (PDF)

3:15 – 3:30 pm

Medical Students as Effective Mentors to Teenagers with Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

Amanda Wright, BA

View presentation (PDF)

Concurrent Session 2

The passcode for all sessions is IHER2021az except Virbela

Oral Presentations 3 | 10:45 – 11:45 am

10:45 – 11:00 am

Lessons Learned from the Mastering the Difficult Conversation Course

John Hayes, DO

View presentation (PDF)

11:00 – 11:15 am

Evolution of a Character-Focused Longitudinal Medical Student Coaching Program

Kurt Pfeifer, MD

View presentation (PDF)

11:15 – 11:30 am

Students in the Driver's Seat: Piloting a Self-Contained Resident-Administered PACS Simulator for Radiology Medical Student Education

Douglas Pierce

Douglas C. Pierce, MD, MS

Meet Douglas (Audio)

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11:30 – 11:45 am

Using Pre-Class Review Sessions to Enhance Learning in the Medical Physiology Course

Todd Stollenwerk, BS

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Speed Posters 3 | 2:45 – 3:45 pm

 
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Pilot Evaluation of a Competency-Based Community and Population Health Curriculum for Family Medicine Residents | Karina Atwell, MD, MPH
Human Trafficking in Wisconsin: The Physician’s Role in Ending Modern Day Slavery | Marissa Cepress, BS
Teaching URM Students Skills in Teaching and Leadership to Become Innovative Healthcare Leaders | Abdel-Reheem, BS
Creating and Sustaining an Elective Course on Veteran Healthcare in Undergraduate Medical Education | Chase LaRue, MSEd, MS

Chase LaRue

Chase LaRue, MSEd, MS

Meet Chase (Audio)

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Designing Blueprints for COVID-19 Clinics: How Scaffolding IPE Educational Sessions Promotes Creative Liberties Among Students in the Preclinical Years | Lauren Stippich, BS

Lauren Stippich

Lauren Stippich, BS

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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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Concurrent Session 3

Virbela - Passcode: IHER2021

Virtual Reality 2 | 2:45 – 3:45 pm

Academic Detailing with a Naloxone Hands-On Simulation

Rachel Kavanaugh

Rachel Kavanaugh, PharmD, BCACP

Meet Dr. Kavanaugh (Audio)

View presentation (PDF)

Pilot Evaluation of a Competency-Based Community and Population Health Curriculum for Family Medicine Residents

Karina Atwell, MD, MPH

View presentation (PDF)

Analyzing the Impact of Personality on Autonomy and the Mediator Role of Motivation

Robert Treat

Robert Treat, PhD

Meet Dr. Treat (Audio)

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