Student Faculty Collaborate

Friday, September 24 Sessions

9:30 am – 1:15 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.

Concurrent Session 1

The passcode for all sessions is IHER2021az

Kern Transformational Ideas Initiative (TI2) Posters 2 | 9:30 – 10:30 am

 
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Opening Remarks and Q&A Facilitation

Presenters

  • M. Chris Decker, MD
  • Julia Schmitt
LEAD-UP: Leadership Education to Advance Diversity in Underrepresented Populations

Presenters

  • Kristina Kaljo, PhD
  • Callisia Clarke, MD
  • Jeffrey Kirsch, MD
Designing a Leadership Curriculum for Medical Students That Teaches Students to be Influencers

Presenters

  • Kelli Cole
  • Gopika SenthilKumar
Developing Equanimity Through Creative Expression

Presenters

  • Teresa Patitucci, PhD
  • Elizabeth Dominguez
  • Kate Stark
  • Johnny Neist, MLIS
  • Jeff Fritz, PhD
Invisible Identities: Educating Healthcare Providers on Hmong LGBTQ+ Experiences

Presenters

  • William Wong
  • Kajua B. Lor, PharmD
  • Mingqian Lin
  • Gao Zangzee Yang
  • Na Xiong
  • Payeng Lor
  • Tatiana Perry
  • Mathew Letizia, PharmD
Bringing Mental Health First Aid to Pharmacy Students Through the TI2 Initiative

Presenters

  • Kevin Bozymski, PharmD
  • Himanshu Agrawal, MD
  • Molly Schmidt
  • Annabel Kuhn
Kaleidoscope: A Program With a Diversity Lens

Presenters

  • Adrienne German
  • Jean Mallett
  • Krystal Almazan
  • Na’il Scoggins
  • Brittany Doll
  • Abiye Agbeh
  • Doug Bierer
Development of a Cultural Humility Curriculum for Pediatric Residents

Presenters

  • Michelle Hwang, MD
  • Ashleigh Watson, MD
  • Swathi Prasad, MD
  • Oluwasoore Akande, DO
  • Robert Trevino, MD, PhD

Kern Transformational Ideas Initiative (TI2) Posters 3 | 10:45 – 11:45 am

 
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Opening Remarks and Q&A Facilitation

Presenters

  • M. Chris Decker, MD
  • Julia Schmitt
URM Mentorship Forum

Presenters

  • Zak Sharif-Sidi, MD
  • Pinky Jha, MD
  • Adul-Rahman
  • Gifty Marfowaa
Mitigating Implicit Biases in Clinical Clerkship Evaluations

Presenters

  • British Fields
  • Adriana Perez
  • Kris Saudek, MD
  • Sara Lauck, MD
  • Michael Levas, MD, MS
  • Malika Siker, MD
  • Peter Wolfgram, MD
Challenging Implicit Bias

Presenters

  • Kyle Wellhouse
  • Krystal Almazan
  • Morgan Lockhart
  • Sasha Nuhn
  • Amelia Schurke
  • Enrique Avila
  • Lauren Sikora
  • Allison Carlisle
Identifying Bias in Classroom Clinical Cases: A Structured Approach to Make Clinical Cases More Diverse and Inclusive

Presenters

  • Kerrie Quirk, MEd
  • Mindy Dwinell, PhD
  • Neehal Shukla
  • Sarah Benett
  • Amy Bingenheimer
  • Lisa Cirillo, PhD
  • Toni Gray
  • Elizabeth Moore
  • Sandra Pfister, PhD
  • Jess Sachs
  • Ashley Zeidler

Ignite Session | 12:00 – 1:00 pm

12:00 – 12:15 pm

Themes in Curriculum Change: Capturing the Quiet Voices

Karen Marcdante

Karen Marcdante, MD

Meet Dr. Marcdante (Audio)

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12:15 – 12:30 pm

Efficient Management of Brain Metastases

Karen Elizabeth Lee, MS

12:30 – 12:45 pm

You Matter, Here's Why: A Student Initiative Focused on Creating Connectedness out of Isolation

Chase LaRue

Chase Walker LaRue, MSEd, MS

Meet Chase (Audio)

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12:45 – 1:00 pm

Who Killed Mr. Brown? A Hospital Murder Mystery

Rachel Kavanaugh

Rachel Kavanaugh, PharmD, BCACP

Meet Dr. Kavanaugh (Audio)

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Concurrent Session 2

The passcode for all sessions is IHER2021az

Roundtable 5 | 9:30 – 10:30 am

Developing GRIT in Medical Students

We will brainstorm ideas to develop GRIT in medical students including encouraging vulnerability. Vulnerability can be seen as sacrificing credibility. In truth, being vulnerable creates a more honest and trusting environment. To err is to be human. We need not feel shame. Instead, we must develop acceptance and GRIT.

Emelyn Zaworski

Emelyn Zaworski, MS2

Meet Emelyn (Audio)

Workshop 3 | 10:30 – 11:45 am

Using Case-, Problem- and Team-Based Learning to Nurture Curiosity and Inquiry in Medical Education Curriculum

Alexandra Harrington, MD

Learning Objectives

  1. Describe the key features of PBL, CBL, and TBL.
  2. Participate in PBL, CBL, and TBL mini-sessions and debrief the teaching methods.
  3. Compare and contrast PBL, CBL, and TBL with respect to inspiring student inquiry.

Speed Posters 4 | 12:00 – 1:00 pm

 
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A 90-Minute Activity to Increase Physician Support for Dementia Patient Caregivers | Edmund Duthie, MD

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Edmund Duthie, MD

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Agile Assessors: Advantages and Disadvantages to In-Person and Remote Assessments | Chris Glasel, BA
Comparison of Student Performance Following In-person or Virtual Gross Anatomy Labs during COVID-19 | Ryan Hillmer, PhD
Identifying Barriers to Practicing a Growth Mindset in Medical Education | Katherine Lumetta, MEd, BS
Is a Female Always a Woman and a Male Always a Man? Sex and Gender Terminology in the M1 and M2 Courses at MCW | Bryn L. Sutherland, BA

Bryn Sutherland

Bryn L. Sutherland, BA

Meet Bryn (Audio)

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Analyzing the Impact of Personality on Autonomy and the Mediator Role of Motivation | Robert Treat, PhD