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Abstract Number: 140

A JUST IN TIME PROGRAM TO CATALYZE THE PERFORMANCE OF NEW HOSPITAL MEDICINE WARD ATTENDINGS

Background: Academic hospitalists aspire to be highly effective teachers and must demonstrate excellence in teaching to be promoted. Internal Medicine (IM) residency programs increasingly rely on such hospitalists to supervise residents when they are on [...]

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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: 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: 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 [...]

By | 2019-03-11T14:17:49-04:00 March 11th, 2019|Education, Hospital Medicine 2019, Innovations|Comments Off on USING OBJECTIVE STRUCTURED TEACHING EXERCISES TO PREPARE RESIDENTS FOR TEACHING ON THE WARDS

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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HM2018 Abstract Number: 69

Resident Perceptions of Feedback and Teaching

Background: Feedback and teaching are critical to the development of clinical skills. Although they occur with regularity on medical wards, learners infrequently recognize them (Kogan et al. 2000). Feedback has been defined as providing information [...]

By | 2018-03-19T13:17:42-04:00 March 19th, 2018|Education, Hospital Medicine 2018, Research|Comments Off on Resident Perceptions of Feedback and Teaching