Education

Abstract Number: 99

HOW INTERNAL MEDICINE RESIDENTS VIEW THEIR WORK: WORK ENGAGEMENT AND BURNOUT

Background: Based on the study “Jobs, Careers, Callings: People’s Relations to their Work,” we wanted to see whether how residents intrinsically view their occupation affects their work engagement and burnout. We used the same three [...]

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Abstract Number: 93

OPTIMIZING MEDICAL STUDENT LEARNING EXPERIENCES ON HOSPITAL MEDICINE TEAMS-A QUALITATIVE STUDY

Background: As the landscape of healthcare changes, hospitalists are progressively at the fore front of medical training as educators for both students and residents. There is some literature suggesting that hospitalists are rated favorably by [...]

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Abstract Number: 92

MIND THE GAP: FACULTY PERCEPTIONS OF SELF-EFFICACY IN EDUCATION AND RESEARCH VERSUS LEADERSHIP ASSESSMENT OF FACULTY PERFORMANCE

Background: Traditionally, academic medicine has had a trifold mission of education, research, and patient care, in which education and research were paramount. However, in many institutions, patient care is now the large single wheel, and [...]

By | 2019-04-12T16:30:08+00:00 March 11th, 2019|Education, Hospital Medicine 2019, Research|Comments Off on MIND THE GAP: FACULTY PERCEPTIONS OF SELF-EFFICACY IN EDUCATION AND RESEARCH VERSUS LEADERSHIP ASSESSMENT OF FACULTY PERFORMANCE

Abstract Number: 90

NURSE-PHYSICIAN BEDSIDE ROUNDS: A NOVEL TRAINING WORKSHOP FOR INPATIENT PROVIDERS

Background: Multidisciplinary rounds occurs in various formats. On our medical wards, centralized multidisciplinary team huddles are conducted daily to ensure the entire care team is engaged and contributing to care plan development. Often times this [...]

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Abstract Number: 88

UNLOCKING IMPLICIT BIAS: IMPLEMENTATION OF AN IMPLICIT BIAS WORKSHOP TO INCREASE RESIDENT AWARENESS OF IMPLICIT BIAS AND ITS EFFECTS ON PATIENT CARE

Background: Unconscious attitudes, also known as implicit biases are ubiquitous and their effects are wide-ranging. From something as seemingly insignificant as the clutching of a purse in lieu of a passerby to something of potential [...]

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Abstract Number: 81

PEER OBSERVATIONS: ENHANCING TEACHING BEHAVIORS

Background: Medical training relies on direct observations and formative feedback. After graduation, opportunities to receive feedback on clinical teaching diminish. Hospitalists typically receive feedback through learner evaluations which can be untimely, non-specific, and biased. The [...]

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Abstract Number: 79

EFFECTIVENESS OF SIMULATION TRAINING IN PREPARING POST CLERKSHIP MEDICAL STUDENTS TO CARE FOR URGENT AND EMERGENT INTERNAL MEDICINE CONDITIONS

Background: Little is known about the effectiveness of simulation training for medical students entering internal medicine (IM) residency. Post clerkship students have been found to lack confidence and competence in many of the clinical situations [...]

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Abstract Number: 76

PERCEPTIONS OF THIRD YEAR MEDICAL STUDENTS ON THEIR INTERNAL MEDICINE HOSPITALIST ROTATION

Background: Third year medical student in their internal medicine clerkship rotate with the resident teaching services as well as resident uncovered hospitalist teams.When assigned to a hospitalist service for their internal medicine clerkship, the student [...]

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Abstract Number: 75

PERCEPTION OF JUNIOR FACULTY OF GENERAL INTERNAL MEDICINE REGARDING MENTORING SCHOLARLY PROJECTS AND FACULTY DEVELOPMENT

Background: Mentoring skills are valuable assets for academic medicine faculty, who support academic excellence including scholarly productivity of the next generation of physicians. But mentoring students and residents in scholarly projects is often challenged by [...]

By | 2019-03-11T14:17:39+00:00 March 11th, 2019|Education, Hospital Medicine 2019, Research|Comments Off on PERCEPTION OF JUNIOR FACULTY OF GENERAL INTERNAL MEDICINE REGARDING MENTORING SCHOLARLY PROJECTS AND FACULTY DEVELOPMENT

Abstract Number: 74

PERCEPTION OF ACADEMIC HOSPITALIST ABOUT BURNOUT AND IT’S IMPACT ON MEDICAL EDUCATION

Background: Academic hospitalist play a crucial role in providing quality patient care, medical education and research. With increase in work load the burnout of hospitalist has significantly increased. This is influencing their well being as [...]

By | 2019-03-11T14:17:37+00:00 March 11th, 2019|Education, Hospital Medicine 2019, Research|Comments Off on PERCEPTION OF ACADEMIC HOSPITALIST ABOUT BURNOUT AND IT’S IMPACT ON MEDICAL EDUCATION

Abstract Number: 73

PERCEPTION AND EXPERIENCES IN EDUCATING MEDICAL STUDENTS ON COMPASSION AND EMPATHY AT THE MEDICAL COLLEGE OF WISCONSIN

Background: Clinical empathy is associated with improved patient outcomes, but it is often difficult to teach to medical students. Our survey attempted to understand the perception of medical students regarding role of empathy in patient [...]

By | 2019-03-11T14:17:36+00:00 March 11th, 2019|Education, Hospital Medicine 2019, Research|Comments Off on PERCEPTION AND EXPERIENCES IN EDUCATING MEDICAL STUDENTS ON COMPASSION AND EMPATHY AT THE MEDICAL COLLEGE OF WISCONSIN

Abstract Number: 71

HOSPITALIST-LED POINT-OF-CARE ULTRASOUND CURRICULUM FOR UNDER-GRADUATE MEDICAL STUDENTS AND POST-GRADUATE YEAR RESIDENTS

Background: Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) has become a ubiquitous tool in clinical care. However, the optimal timing and methods of POCUS integration into medical education remains unknown. We aim to identify and evaluate the baseline competency, [...]

By | 2019-03-11T14:17:34+00:00 March 11th, 2019|Education, Hospital Medicine 2019, Research|Comments Off on HOSPITALIST-LED POINT-OF-CARE ULTRASOUND CURRICULUM FOR UNDER-GRADUATE MEDICAL STUDENTS AND POST-GRADUATE YEAR RESIDENTS

Abstract Number: 69

THE CHANGING PARADIGM OF TEACHING ROUNDS: WHAT’S VALUABLE TO LEARNERS AND FACULTY?

Background: For most of the past century, clinical medicine was taught almost exclusively at the bedside. Currently, learners participate in a variety of activities that may or may not include bedside teaching. Balancing quality patient [...]

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Abstract Number: 66

TEACHING STUDENTS TO TRANSFORM: THE HEALTH INNOVATIONS SCHOLARS PROGRAM, SIX YEARS LATER

Background: At the University of Colorado, we developed the ‘Health Innovations Scholars Program’ (HISP), a 5-week intensive training program for pre-clinical medical students who seek to lead innovative transformation of the healthcare system. The program [...]

By | 2019-03-11T14:17:28+00:00 March 11th, 2019|Education, Hospital Medicine 2019, Research|Comments Off on TEACHING STUDENTS TO TRANSFORM: THE HEALTH INNOVATIONS SCHOLARS PROGRAM, SIX YEARS LATER

Abstract Number: 65

EFFECT ON RESIDENT PROCEDURE VOLUME AND SUPERVISION AFTER IMPLEMENTATION OF AN INPATIENT PROCEDURE SERVICE

Background: The American Board of Internal Medicine suggests residents participate in a minimum of five abdominal paracentesis (AP), central venous catheter (CVC) placements, and lumbar punctures to ensure “adequate knowledge and understanding” of procedures performed [...]

By | 2019-03-11T14:17:27+00:00 March 11th, 2019|Education, Hospital Medicine 2019, Research|Comments Off on EFFECT ON RESIDENT PROCEDURE VOLUME AND SUPERVISION AFTER IMPLEMENTATION OF AN INPATIENT PROCEDURE SERVICE

Abstract Number: 64

IMAGE INTERPRETATION SKILLS AND ATTITUDES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE RESIDENTS TOWARDS POINT-OF-CARE ULTRASOUND: DOES MEDICAL SCHOOL TRAINING MATTER?

Background: The role of point-of-care-ultrasound (POCUS) as a useful bedside tool for hospitalists is growing. Few studies examined residents’ attitude towards POCUS or compared POCUS image interpretation skills between residents with and without POCUS training [...]

By | 2019-03-11T14:17:25+00:00 March 11th, 2019|Education, Hospital Medicine 2019, Research|Comments Off on IMAGE INTERPRETATION SKILLS AND ATTITUDES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE RESIDENTS TOWARDS POINT-OF-CARE ULTRASOUND: DOES MEDICAL SCHOOL TRAINING MATTER?

Abstract Number: 63

RESIDENT AND FACULTY PERCEPTIONS OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY ROUNDS (MDR) INSTITUTED AT A COMMUNITY-BASED HOSPITAL TO REDUCE INPATIENT LENGTH OF STAY (LOS).

Background: Multidisciplinary (MDR) team rounds were established at Halifax hospital as daily, dedicated interactions between varying members of the care team on each inpatient floor. Members of the care team include physicians, nurses, physical therapists, [...]

By | 2019-03-11T14:17:24+00:00 March 11th, 2019|Education, Hospital Medicine 2019, Research|Comments Off on RESIDENT AND FACULTY PERCEPTIONS OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY ROUNDS (MDR) INSTITUTED AT A COMMUNITY-BASED HOSPITAL TO REDUCE INPATIENT LENGTH OF STAY (LOS).

Abstract Number: 57

THE POCUS SUPERVISION SAFETY GAP: ATTENDING PHYSICIAN KNOWLEDGE IN POINT-OF-CARE ULTRASOUND LAGS BEHIND THAT OF INTERNAL MEDICINE RESIDENTS

Background: Point-of-Care-Ultrasound (POCUS) is increasingly recognized as a useful diagnostic tool in hospital medicine. US-based resident physicians are increasingly trained in the use of POCUS, but education and training for hospitalist attendings may lag behind [...]

By | 2019-03-11T14:17:17+00:00 March 11th, 2019|Education, Hospital Medicine 2019, Research|Comments Off on THE POCUS SUPERVISION SAFETY GAP: ATTENDING PHYSICIAN KNOWLEDGE IN POINT-OF-CARE ULTRASOUND LAGS BEHIND THAT OF INTERNAL MEDICINE RESIDENTS