Abstract Number: 101

SMARTPHONE-BASED TEACHING APP INCREASES FREQUENCY OF RESIDENTS TEACHING MEDICAL STUDENTS

Background: Third year medical students (MS3s) have not regarded the Pediatrics Clerkship at our institution with as high praise as other clerkships. Students cite a relative lack of teaching on the floors from pediatric residents [...]

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Abstract Number: 100

FOCUSED POCUS: HOW CAN WE TEACH ULTRASOUND IN INTERNAL MEDICINE RESIDENCY?

Background: Diagnostic point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) is an ACGME requirement in emergency medicine and critical care training programs. Though many POCUS applications are equally relevant to internal medicine (IM), there are no formal guidelines for IM [...]

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Abstract Number: 98

THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT – CREATING A NOVEL AND SUSTAINABLE NIGHTFLOAT CURRICULUM FOR RESIDENCY PROGRAMS

Background: With the advent of resident duty hour restrictions, many programs now utilize nightfloat rotations in place of resident overnight call, with emphasis on admissions and crosscover of medical patients. While these rotations foster resident [...]

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Abstract Number: 97

IMPLEMENTATION OF A SIMULATION CURRICULUM INTO AN INTERNAL MEDICINE RESIDENCY PROGRAM

Background: Graduate Medical Education (GME) aims to provide quality education and patient care while adapting to changing healthcare systems, learner needs, and national policies. The traditional model of experiential learning is challenged by an increasing [...]

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Abstract Number: 96

UTILIZATION OF A STANDARDIZED CHECKLIST AND SIMULATION TO IMPROVE MEDICAL STUDENT LEARNING AND FACULTY EVALUATION OF ENTRUSTABLE PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Background: Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) are fast becoming the framework to assess medical student preparedness to deliver safe, high quality care. The hospital ward environment leads to highly variable teaching and evaluation of EPAs. Accordingly, [...]

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Abstract Number: 95

TEAM BASED TEACHING: A COMPETITION BASED CURRICULUM TO PROMOTE RESIDENT TEACHING

Background: Residency training includes learning to be an educator; however, it can be difficult for residents to feel comfortable and empowered to teach. Further, it has been established that the current generation of learners prefers [...]

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Abstract Number: 94

A HEALTH EQUITY AND DISPARITIES CURRICULUM WHICH DOES NOT REDACT HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL ROOTS

Background: Disparities in health outcomes that differ by racial or ethnic group, religion, socioeconomic status, gender, age, mental health, ability, sexual orientation or gender identity, geographic location, or other characteristics historically linked to discrimination or [...]

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Abstract Number: 87

INTERACTIVE LECTURES – THE USE OF PERSONAL CELLPHONE BASED APPLICATIONS TO IMPROVE RESIDENT ENGAGEMENT IN PEER-RUN DIDACTIC SESSIONS.

Background: Innovation in graduate medical education is driven by the recognition of residents as adult learners. Increasing digitization provides for exciting opportunities to make the learning process more interactive. The use of audience response devices, [...]

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Abstract Number: 86

CLINICALREASONING.ORG: IMPROVING USAGE OF TEACHING MATERIALS VIA WEBSITE REDESIGN

Background: The Exercises in Clinical Reasoning (ECR) series in the Journal of General Internal Medicine (JGIM) is a unique and growing series of 30 case-based problem-solving manuscripts, designed to teach the foundations of clinical reasoning [...]

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Abstract Number: 85

SOUNDS GREAT! DESIGNING A FACULTY DEVELOPMENT POCUS WORKSHOP SERIES FOR BUSY CLINICIANS

Background: The accelerating integration of point of care ultrasound (POCUS) training into UME and GME curricula puts academic faculty untrained in POCUS at a disadvantage. Educating providers in POCUS during the clinical day is challenging. [...]

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Abstract Number: 84

STANDARDIZATION OF ADVANCED PRACTICE PROVIDER HOSPITAL MEDICINE ONBOARDING: DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW HIRE ONBOARDING CHECKLIST

Background: Advanced practice providers (APPs) such as nurse practitioners and physician assistants have become an important addition to the hospital medicine team with the growing demand for physician providers. As APPs experience variable exposure to [...]

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Abstract Number: 83

USING OBJECTIVE STRUCTURED TEACHING EXERCISES TO PREPARE RESIDENTS FOR TEACHING ON THE WARDS

Background: Although residency programs strive to train residents in effective teaching, few tools to provide direct observation and feedback exist. In our prior work, we developed and validated observed structured teaching exercises (OSTEs) for pediatric [...]

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Abstract Number: 82

IMPLEMENTING A HOSPITAL SYSTEMS VALUE BOARD DURING PEDIATRIC RESIDENCY INPATIENT ROTATION

Background: The ACGME has developed competencies for systems-based practice and problem-based learning and improvement to encourage trainees to integrate quality and safety into their everyday practice. Furthermore, the AAMC has a call to action for [...]

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Abstract Number: 80

‘WE’LL SHOW YOU MEDICINE IF YOU HELP US PRACTICE IT’: USE OF PRE-HEALTHCARE UNDERGRADUATE ASSISTANTS ON INPATIENT INTERNAL MEDICINE TEACHING SERVICES FOR CLINICAL SUPPORT TASK COMPLETION

Background: As the volume of inpatient clinical support tasks (non-direct patient care tasks) has increased, there has been increasing frustration amongst the internal medicine residents at our institution with the efficiency and educational value of [...]

By | 2019-03-11T14:17:45+00:00 March 11th, 2019|Education, Hospital Medicine 2019, Innovations|Comments Off on ‘WE’LL SHOW YOU MEDICINE IF YOU HELP US PRACTICE IT’: USE OF PRE-HEALTHCARE UNDERGRADUATE ASSISTANTS ON INPATIENT INTERNAL MEDICINE TEACHING SERVICES FOR CLINICAL SUPPORT TASK COMPLETION

Abstract Number: 78

FINDING SUPPORT ON THE WARDS: INTRODUCTION OF A DISCHARGE LIAISON TO REDUCE WORK COMPRESSION AND IMPROVE TRAINEE EDUCATION AND WELLNESS IN INPATIENT INTERNAL MEDICINE

Background: At academic centers the work of discharge planning has historically fallen on housestaff. The medical education community’s efforts to improve the trainee experience have led to an iterative process of duty hour reform and [...]

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Abstract Number: 77

IT’S ALL ABOUT LOCATION: CREATION OF A RESIDENT GEOGRAPHIC ACCOUNTABLE CARE UNIT

Background: The buzzword of the decade for hospital medicine is geography. Geographic ACUs have been in existence for years at our institution on non-teaching floors. The ACUs have improved overall throughput, quality and patient experience. [...]

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Abstract Number: 72

THE JOURNAL CLUB STRIKES BACK

Background: Journal club is a frequently used avenue in residency programs for teaching critical evaluation of the medical literature. Common structures include prerequisite reading of an article and then a presentation or discussion about the [...]

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Abstract Number: 70

TRAINING THE TRAINER: IMPLEMENTATION OF A FACULTY POINT-OF CARE- ULTRASOUND CURRICULUM WITH A PATH TO COMPETENCY

Background: Recently coined the “fifth pillar to the bedside physical exam” in a 2018 JAMA article, a growing number of physicians have started incorporating point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) into their clinical assessments. Many medical schools have [...]

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Abstract Number: 68

MENTEES BECOMING MENTORS: RESIDENT MENTORSHIP FOR THE INTERNAL MEDICINE CORE CLERKSHIP STUDENT

Background: Emerging evidence demonstrates that medical mentorship programs are beneficial in creating the ideal learning environment, in career guidance, and mentee wellness. The majority of current studies on medical mentorship are focused on relationships between [...]

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Abstract Number: 67

COACH TO TEACH THE TEACHER

Background: Robust faculty development programs are useful for teaching hospitalists who are often providing the largest portion of the education experience for residents in internal medicine and is key to maintaining institutional competence. This requires [...]

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Abstract Number: 62

TEACHIM.ORG: ENHANCING RESIDENT-LED EDUCATION WITH AN ONLINE TOOL

Background: Senior residents often serve as the primary educator for medical students and interns on their inpatient medicine rotations. Additionally, the act of teaching enhances the resident’s own knowledge acquisition and retention. Although residents desire [...]

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Abstract Number: 61

DEVELOPMENT OF A CASE-BASED ETHICS CURRICULUM TO PROMOTE RESIDENTS’ PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND MORAL REASONING SKILLS

Background: Ethics is at the core of a physician’s professional identity. As internists, we are constantly grappling with medical and moral uncertainty. While ethical action is an integral component of professionalism, most residency programs offer [...]

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Abstract Number: 60

COMMUNICATION SKILLS EDUCATION: BACK TO THE BASICS

Background: Strong evidence exists showing that effective communication in healthcare conversations improves outcomes such as patient satisfaction, safety, reduced malpractice suits, physician professional fulfillment and burnout prevention. Formal communication skills training in medical education is [...]

By | 2019-03-11T14:17:21+00:00 March 11th, 2019|Education, Hospital Medicine 2019, Innovations|Comments Off on COMMUNICATION SKILLS EDUCATION: BACK TO THE BASICS

Abstract Number: 59

THE ADVANCED HOSPITAL MEDICINE FELLOWSHIP FOR THE ALREADY PRACTICING HOSPITALIST: AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO DEVELOPING CAREERS IN HOSPITAL MEDICINE

Background: Hospital Medicine is a growing field and integral part of the evolving healthcare system. Hospitalists are challenged to provide high-quality, effective, and efficient care to complex hospitalized patients, which requires medical knowledge in evidence-based [...]

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Abstract Number: 58

TRANSPARENCY IN RESIDENT TEAM ADMISSIONS

Background: The model of “teaching” and “non-teaching” services has become prevalent in academic medical centers, with increasing amounts of patient care provided by hospitalists without resident involvement. Previously, Duke Regional Hospital used a common model [...]

By | 2019-03-11T14:17:18+00:00 March 11th, 2019|Education, Hospital Medicine 2019, Innovations|Comments Off on TRANSPARENCY IN RESIDENT TEAM ADMISSIONS

Abstract Number: 5

TEACH THE TEACHER MODEL: AN INNOVATIVE METHOD FOR IMPLEMENTING A POINT OF CARE ULTRASOUND CURRICULUM WITHIN A LARGE ACADEMIC INSTITUTION

Background: Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) is becoming an increasingly valuable tool in Internal Medicine. With the proper training, POCUS can provide insight into diagnostic dilemmas, resulting in expedited management and enhancing patient care. However, the ability [...]

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Abstract Number: 4

DIRECT OBSERVATION OF CLINICAL TEACHING ON ROUNDS (DOCTOR): A PILOT PROGRAM

Background: Hospitalists on inpatient resident teaching services receive variable training in how to facilitate high-quality education during rounds. Teaching of cognitive skills such as clinical reasoning, acknowledging uncertainty, and non-cognitive behaviors such as eye contact [...]

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