Education

A CHARACTERIZATION OF RESIDENT WORK ROUNDS IN THE UNITED STATES

Background: Resident work rounds (RWR) serve as the venue for team-based patient interaction, subsequent patient care planning, and education through didactics and observation. However, the expectations of RWR are unclear; do residents continue to see [...]

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A HYPOTENSION GROUP OBSERVED STANDARDIZED CLINICAL ENCOUNTER: ESTABLISHING A CULTURE OF PATIENT SAFETY FOR NEW INTERNS

Background: Incoming interns must understand the specific culture of safety at their new institution as well as processes that they are expected to know on day 1 of residency. As part of an immersive half-day [...]

By | 2018-03-19T13:16:56+00:00 March 19th, 2018|Education, Hospital Medicine 2018, Research|Comments Off on A HYPOTENSION GROUP OBSERVED STANDARDIZED CLINICAL ENCOUNTER: ESTABLISHING A CULTURE OF PATIENT SAFETY FOR NEW INTERNS

A Novel Curriculum For Hospitalist Faculty In Providing Care To Geriatric Hip Fracture Patients

Background: According to the CDC, at least 300,000 people older than 65 are hospitalized for hip fractures annually. Society of Hospital Medicine recognizes geriatric care as one of the core competencies, and hospitalists frequently provide [...]

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A SIMULATED FIRST NIGHT ON CALL: ESTABLISHING COMMUNITY AND A CULTURE OF PATIENT SAFETY FOR INCOMING INTERNS

Background: The transition from medical student to intern presents a major patient safety concern. Incoming interns must understand the specific culture of safety at their new institution and processes that they are expected to perform [...]

By | 2018-03-19T13:16:51+00:00 March 19th, 2018|Education, Hospital Medicine 2018, Research|Comments Off on A SIMULATED FIRST NIGHT ON CALL: ESTABLISHING COMMUNITY AND A CULTURE OF PATIENT SAFETY FOR INCOMING INTERNS

ATTITUDES, KNOWLEDGE, AND CLINICAL APPLICATION OF POINT OF CARE ULTRASOUND: A NEEDS ASSESSMENT OF INTERNS IN INTERNAL MEDICINE

Background: Point of care ultrasound (POCUS) significantly augments physical exam and improves medical management, and many medical schools across the United States are implementing undergraduate POCUS curricula. As a result, internal medicine (IM) residency programs [...]

By | 2018-03-19T15:44:08+00:00 March 19th, 2018|Education, Research, Uncategorized|Comments Off on ATTITUDES, KNOWLEDGE, AND CLINICAL APPLICATION OF POINT OF CARE ULTRASOUND: A NEEDS ASSESSMENT OF INTERNS IN INTERNAL MEDICINE

CLOSING THE LOOP: A MULTI-CENTER INITIATIVE THAT USES PEER-TO-PEER FEEDBACK TO IMPROVE DIAGNOSTIC REASONING IN MEDICAL TRAINEES

Background: Development of diagnostic reasoning is a critical component of medical education, and feedback related to clinical outcomes is an important means of calibrating one’s diagnostic decision-making. The hospital is a key training ground for [...]

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Depression, and Burnout among Medical Students – 6 Year longitudinal Single Institution Study

Background: While medical school experience could be very rewarding, it is also known to be unusually stressful to many future physicians. Previous cross sectional studies have shown that symptoms of depression and burnout are higher [...]

By | 2018-03-22T15:45:07+00:00 March 19th, 2018|Education, Finalist Posters, Hospital Medicine 2018, Research|Comments Off on Depression, and Burnout among Medical Students – 6 Year longitudinal Single Institution Study

Effect of a Dermatology Curriculum in an Internal Medicine Residency Program

Background: A recent study showed over 80 percent of internal medicine residents reported being uncomfortable or very uncomfortable with dermatologic issues. Formalized teaching in dermatology in medicine residency may be prudent. This teaching could occur [...]

By | 2018-03-19T12:59:18+00:00 March 19th, 2018|Education, Hospital Medicine 2018, Research|Comments Off on Effect of a Dermatology Curriculum in an Internal Medicine Residency Program

Hospital Medicine Attending Evaluations when Teaching in a Direct with Student Structure as Compared to a Traditional Ward Team Structure

Background: Attending evaluations by medical students have many implications including promotion, teaching opportunities, job satisfaction and reputation both for individuals and for groups. In addition to teaching on traditional ward teams with housestaff and students, [...]

By | 2018-03-19T13:11:02+00:00 March 19th, 2018|Education, Hospital Medicine 2018, Research|Comments Off on Hospital Medicine Attending Evaluations when Teaching in a Direct with Student Structure as Compared to a Traditional Ward Team Structure

IMPROVEMENT IN POINT-OF-CARE ULTRASOUND IMAGE INTERPRETATION SKILLS IS SIMILAR FOR NOVICE FACULTY VS. TRAINEES AFTER BRIEF TRAINING COURSE

Background: Few studies have compared the effectiveness of brief training courses on point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) skill acquisition of novice faculty vs. trainees. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the change in POCUS image [...]

By | 2018-03-19T13:11:34+00:00 March 19th, 2018|Education, Hospital Medicine 2018, Research|Comments Off on IMPROVEMENT IN POINT-OF-CARE ULTRASOUND IMAGE INTERPRETATION SKILLS IS SIMILAR FOR NOVICE FACULTY VS. TRAINEES AFTER BRIEF TRAINING COURSE

LESSONS LEARNED FROM A RESIDENT-CREATED EXPERIENTIAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT AND PATIENT SAFETY CURRICULUM FOR MEDICAL AND NURSING STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO

Background: Quality improvement and patient safety (QI/PS) methods are being used to drive positive change in healthcare. To date, these efforts have led to slow and inconsistent change. Insufficient expertise remains a significant rate-limiting step [...]

By | 2018-03-19T15:44:35+00:00 March 19th, 2018|Education, Research, Uncategorized|Comments Off on LESSONS LEARNED FROM A RESIDENT-CREATED EXPERIENTIAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT AND PATIENT SAFETY CURRICULUM FOR MEDICAL AND NURSING STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO

National Survey of Leaders of Academic Hospitalist Medicine Programs

Background: Hospital medicine is a growing field, including the subset of academic hospital medicine. Little is known about the characteristics of academic hospitalist programs, leadership, structure and faculty.Methods: A multifaceted survey was developed, piloted and [...]

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PERCEPTIONS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE RESIDENTS ON WRITING AND PRESENTING CASE REPORTS

Background: Writing and presenting case reports provides opportunity for scholarly activities and promotes scientific writing and critical thinking. This study assesses Internal Medicine residents’ perceived benefits, challenges, and barriers regarding writing and presenting case reports.Methods: [...]

By | 2018-03-19T12:57:25+00:00 March 19th, 2018|Education, Hospital Medicine 2018, Research|Comments Off on PERCEPTIONS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE RESIDENTS ON WRITING AND PRESENTING CASE REPORTS

PRICE IS (NOT) RIGHT): A SALARY SUPPORT SURVEY OF INTERNAL MEDICINE CLERKSHIP DIRECTORS

Background: The role of the clerkship director (CD) in Internal Medicine (IM) has been increasingly recognized and valued as a ‘legitimate pathway towards academic advancement. We hypothesized that salary support for the IM CD has [...]

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RESIDENT AND HOSPITALIST PERCEPTIONS OF OVERNIGHT TEACHING: TIME FOR IMPROVEMENT

Background: Duty hour restrictions for resident physicians have led to the ubiquity of night float systems. While this change has positively influenced well-being and supervision, limited studies indicate a negative impact of night float rotations [...]

By | 2018-03-19T13:24:16+00:00 March 19th, 2018|Education, Hospital Medicine 2018, Research|Comments Off on RESIDENT AND HOSPITALIST PERCEPTIONS OF OVERNIGHT TEACHING: TIME FOR IMPROVEMENT