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Academic Internal Medicine Week 2017 Presentations

Academic Internal Medicine Week 2017
March 19-22, 2017
Baltimore Convention Center and Hilton Baltimore Hotel
Baltimore, MD

All available presentation material for Academic Internal Medicine Week 2017 has been posted on this site.  For other presentations, please contact the speaker directly.  Unless otherwise noted, all files are in PDF.

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Sunday, March 19, 2017    
    
AAIM Opening Plenary
Welcome
Sara B. Fazio, MD
Harvard Medical School Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Opening Plenary
Susan Lane, MD, Moderator
Stony Brook University School of Medicine

Kate Goodrich, MD
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Monday, March 20, 2017    
    
AAIM Signature Plenary and Awards
Welcome
Dominick Tammaro, MD
Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

Presentation of the AAIM Special Recognition Award
D. Craig Brater, MD, Presenter
Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine

Cynthia D. Smith, MD, Recipient
American College of Physicians

Presentation of the AAIM Diversity Award
Maria Maldonado, MD, Presenter
Stamford Hospital
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons

Joseph R. Betancourt, MD, Recipient
Massachusetts General Hospital

Signature Plenary
Maria Maldonado, MD, Moderator
Stamford Hospital Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons

Paul Farmer, MD, PhD
Partners In Health

Workshop Session I
    
101. Preparing for the Future: Redesigning Your Teaching Service for Value-Based Care
Lindsay Sonstein
Leah Low
Erin Hommel
Jay Torres
University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

   
102. Improving the Patient Experience with Technology
Craig DeGarmo
Rashida Toy
Georgetown University School of Medicine
    
103. Present Yourself Powerfully: Create Your Presence
Diane Beliveau
Dale Carnegie Institute

104. Implementing Universal Mental Health Screening and Humanism into a 360 Degree Wellness Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
Sarah Sofka, MD
Nathan Lerfald, MD
Laura Davisson, MD
Carl Grey, MD
West Virginia University School of Medicine

  

105. Extreme Makeover: Journal Club Edition – How to Bring Your Journal Club into the 21st Century
Shannon K. Martin, MD
Jason Alexander, MD
Shalini T. Reddy, MD
University of Chicago Division of the Biological Sciences
Pritzker School of Medicine
Patrick Lyons, MD
Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine

Charlie Wray, DO
University of California-San Francisco School of Medicine

106. The First Step in Remediating Struggling Learners: Completing an Individual Learing Plans (ILPS) and Coaching Based on Self-Determination Theory
Lawrence K. Loo, MD
Sonny Lee, MD
Tamara Shankel, MD
Loma Linda University School of Medicine

    

107. Engaging Learners and Leadership through an Innovative and Longitudinal QI and PS Curriculum
Ruth Franks Snedecor, MD
Emily Mallin, MD
University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix

    

108. Strategies for Incorporating Training about Social Determinants of Health for Medicine Interns: A Discussion of the “See the City You Serve Fieldtrip” at George Washington University
Monique Duwell, MD
George Washington University
School of Medicine and Health Sciences

Jehan El-Bayoumi, MD
Tracie Bass-Harrel
Aileen Chang, MD
Rodham Institute at George Washington University
    
109. Program Director/Program Administrator Partnership: Strategic Planning for Fellowship Program Improvement
Rahul Kuver, MD
Stephanie Schulz
University of Washington School of Medicine

110. Update in Internal Medicine Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Quality Medical Education Research in 2016
Stephanie A. Call, MD
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Paul R. Chelminski, MD
University of North Carolina School of Medicine

Chris Stephenson, MD
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine


111. Reshaping Clinical Reasoning Conference: Why Residents Love Practicing Metacognition
Ali Mehdi, MD
Mohammad Mohmand, MD
Abby L. Spencer, MD
Cleveland Clinic Foundation

James C. Pile, MD
Case Western Reserve University (MetroHealth)

 

112. Osteopathic Recognition 101
Steven V. Angus, MD
University of Connecticut (New Britain)

Robert Cain, DO
Ohio University, Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine

Susan M. Enright, DO
Genesys Regional Medical Center

Donald S. Nelinson, PhD
Amercian College of Osteopathic Internists


    
113. Beyond Cultural Competence: Strategies to Foster Diversity and Inclusiveness in GME Programs
Erica Johnson, MD
Johns Hopkins University/Bayview Medical Center

Jennifer Thompson, MD
Orlando Veterans Affairs Medical Center

William Hannah, MD
San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium

Abdo Asmar, MD
University of Central Florida College of Medicine
    
114. How to Recruit and Retain Faculty
Speaker TBA
    
115. Possibilities of Simulations in Medical Education
Kathleen Wortmann
Rita DuBoyce, MD
Michael Montgomery
Elizabeth Weissbrod
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine

116. Integrating Patient Safety into the Undergraduate Medical Education Curriculum Using an Interprofessional Simulation Approach
Nirvani Goolsarran, MD
Roderick Go, MD
Carine Hamo, MD
Jonathan Barnett
Stony Brook University School of Medicine
    
117. Project 6-55 Stories: An Efficient Reflective Writing Workshop for Professional Growth
Kristy Y. Kosub, MD
Krista Bowers, MD
University of Texas School of Medicine at San Antonio

118. The Core EPAs in Action:  Lessons from the Pilot Schools
Meenakshy K. Aiyer, MD
University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria

Teresa Carter
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Janet A. Jokela, MD
University of Illinois College of Medicine at Urbana

Heather Laird-Fick, MD
Michigan State University College of Human Medicine

119. Why Does Your Learner Score Poorly on Tests? Using Self-Regulated Learning Theory to Diagnose the Problem and Implement Solutions
Mary A. Andrews, MD
William F. Kelly, MD
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine

    

120. Illustrating the Importance of Support Staff to and within Medical Education
Tracy Stasinopoulos
Medical College of Wisconsin


Workshop Session II
    
201. Special Interest Group: Division Administrators
Moderator TBD
    
202. Special Interest Group: Chief Administrative Officers
Karen D. Farrell, Moderator
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine
    
203. Herding the Cats: Making PSQI Projects Happen in a Busy Residency Program
Claudia A. Kroker-Bode, MD, PhD
Shari Whicker
Chad Demott, MD
Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine

204. Build Your Own Fire Extinguisher – Practical Ways to Reduce Faculty Burnout
Shannon Boerner, MD
Jennifer Harsh, PhD
Sarah Richards, MD
University of Nebraska College of Medicine

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205. A Blueprint for Teaching Residents to Achieve Milestones in the Provision of Patient-Centered Care
Maria Maldonado, MD
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Tzivia Moreen, MD
Kirsten Hohmann, MD
Steven Horowitz, MD
Stamford Hospital
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons


    
206. Online Quality Ratings: Educating Residents about Them and Working to Improvement
Gregory Bump, MD
Kristian Feterik, MD
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Da Jin, MD
David Geffen School of Medicine
at the University of California, Los Angeles


    
207. From Idea to Action Plan: Making an Educator’s Clinical Research a Reality
Benjamin Kinnear, MD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

Andrew Olson, MD
University of Minnesota Medical School

Benji Matthews, MD
University of Minnesota Regions Hospital

Ernest Fischer, MD
Georgetown University School of Medicine
    
208. Survey Says: Opportunities for an Interactive Delivery of Quality Improvement and High Value Care Concepts
Anne Cioletti, MD
Chavon Onumah, MD
Courtney Paul, MD
George Washington University
School of Medicine and Health Sciences

Jessica Logan, MD
Georgetown University School of Medicine


    
209. If You See Something, Say Something:  Encouraging and Assessing Resident Patient Safety Reporting
Michelle Brooks, MD
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Ashley Duckett, MD
Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine

Starr Steinhilber, MD
Winter Williams, MD
University of Alabama School of Medicine


    
210. A Tale of Two AHDs: Developing, Implementing, and Sustaining an Academic Half Day
Raquel Belforti, MD
University of Massachusets Medical School-Baystate

Michael Rosenblum, MD
University of Massachusetts Medical School

Lauren Ashbrook, MD
Eric Warm, MD
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine


211. Lapses in Professionalism: A Structured Approach to Unmask and Address the Problems
Jennifer Thompson, MD
University of Central Florida College of Medicine

Erica N. Johnson, MD
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

William N. Hannah, Jr., MD
San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium

Abdo Asmar, MD
University of Central Florida College of Medicine


    
212. Comptency Committees in Fellowship Training
Donna K. Polk, MD
Harvard Medical School Brigham and Women’s Hospital
    
213. Strategic Planning and Developing Financial Proposals
Joe Doty
Baylor College of Medicine

Mark W. Geraci, MD
Indiana University School of Medicine

214. The Osler Effect: A Stepwise Approach to Implementing a Robust Physical Diagnosis Curriculum for Clerkship Students

Nadia Bennett, MD
Jehan Bahwainwala, MD
Sarah Nagle, MD
Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Mo Sarhan, MD
Cleveland Clinic Foundation

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215. Letters for Academic Promotion: It’s about Evaluation, Not Recommendation
Paul A. Hemmer, MD
Louis N. Pangaro, MD
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine


216. Transitioning:  Using the Internal Medicine Subinternship to Bridge the Gap From UME to GME
Nadia J. Ismail, MD
Baylor College of Medicine

Jonathan S. Appelbaum, MD
Florida State University College of Medicine

Allison Ferris, MD
Drexel University College of Medicine

Cori Salvit, MD
Weill Cornell Medicine


    
217. Is This Where it All Ends?  Career Progression for the Clerkship Administrator
Lisa Oliver  
State University of New York Upstate Medical University College of Medicine

Julie Randall
Michigan State University College of Human Medicine

Britt Simonson
Harvard Medical School Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Kellie Engle
University of Washington School of Medicine
    
218. Nobody Gets between Me and My Attending: Designing a Medicine Clerkship on Direct Care Hospitalist Services
Amulya Nagarur, MD
Katherine T. Johnston, MD
Harvard Medical School Massachusetts General Hospital

Bipin Thapa, MD
Medical College of Wisconsin

Alexander R. Carbo, MD
Harvard Medical School Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

 

APDIM/CDIM Joint Plenary, Unconscious Bias
Brian M. Aboff, MD, Moderator
APDIM President
Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University Christiana Care Health Services
    
Molly Carnes, MD
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health


AIM Plenary Session I, Life On Purpose: How Living For What Matters Most Changes Everything
Musty Habhab, Moderator
University of Michigan Medical School
    
Victor J. Strecher, PhD
University of Michigan School of Public Health
    
ASP Plenary Session I, Current Challenges in Academic Leadership
Amy O'Brien-Ladner, MD, Moderator
University of Kansas School of Medicine
    
Augustine M. K. Choi, MD
Weill Cornell Medicine
    
CDIM Plenary Session I, Review of Medical Education Literature
Jeffrey LaRochelle, MD, Moderator
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine

    
Shalini T. Reddy, MD
University of Chicago Division of the Biological Sciences
Pritzker School of Medicine
    
ASP President’s Remarks and Discussion Forum
Patty W. Wright, MD
ASP President
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
    
AIM Wellness Activity
Victor J. Strecher, PhD                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
University of Michigan School of Public Health
    
APDIM Assembly Meetings
Community-Based Assembly Meeting

University-Based Assembly Meeting
    
Tuesday, March 21, 2017    
    
APDIM Member Initiated Open Forums (MIOFs)
    
Primary Care
    
Wellness
    
iCOMPARE Update
    
CDIM Special Interest Group Meetings (SIGs)
    
APDIM/CDIM Joint MIOF and SIG Meetings
    
Application Inflation
    
Intern Readiness
    
APDIM Plenary Session II, How Do We Do That? Creating a Diverse and Inclusive Environment
Himangi Kaushal, MD, Moderator
Memorial Healthcare System

Jaya Raj, MD, Moderator
St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center

Quinn Capers, MD
Ohio State University College of Medicine

Alda Maria Gonzaga, MD
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine


Barbara Gottlieb, MD
Harvard Medical School Brigham and Women's Hospital
    

CDIM President’s Plenary Session II, The Learning Environment

L. James Nixon, MD, Moderator
CDIM President
University of Minnesota Medical School
    
Robert Englander, MD
University of Minnesota Medical School

Louis N. Pangaro, MD
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine
    
AIM/ASP Joint Plenary Session, Leading Up, Out, and Across
Karen D. Farrell, Moderator
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine
    
Rob Kramer
Kramer Leadership


Workshop Session III


301. Implementing an Educational Relative Value Unit (eRVU) System to Quantify and Compensate Faculty Teaching Effort
John D. Buckley, MD
T. Robert Vu, MD
Deborah Stombaugh
Indiana University School of Medicine

302. Moving From Quantity to Quality: One Department’s Experience in a Fixed Revenue Reimbursement Model

Amanda Vanderzyl
Douglas Brooks
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

303. Building a Department of Medicine Leadership Development Program: Blueprints and Early Results

Elisha L. Brownfield
John Joseph Gough
Steve Vinciguerra
Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine

Catherine G. Wood
Duke University College of Medicine

304. Beyond the Wards: Resident Engagement in Scholarship during Training

Andrea Carter, MD
Amy Farkas, MD
Alexandra Mieczkowski, MD
Carla Spagnoletti, MD
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

305. Primary Care Programs – Creating and Keeping Interest High!
Karen M. Chacko, MD
University of Colorado School of Medicine

Leonard Feldman, MD
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Rebecca Berman, MD
Harvard Medical School Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Gina Luciano, MD
University of Massachusets Medical School-Baystate

Jason Ojeda, MD
Sidney Kimmell Medical College at Thomas Jeffereson University

  

306. Training Our Future Doctors to Be Community Change Agents: Addressing the Social Determinants of Health through Active Community Engagement
Paul David O’Rourke, Jr., MD
Sammy Zakaria, MD
Johns Hopkins University/Bayview Medical Center

Brita Roy, MD
Yale University School of Medicine

Erin J. Goss, MD
Albert Einstein College of Medicine

307. Blind Leading the Blind: How to Equip Faculty to be Better Quality Improvement Advisors
Anne Cioletti, MD
Chavon Onumah, MD
April Barbour, MD
George Washington University
School of Medicine and Health Sciences

Cherinne Arundel, MD
Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center

308. Finding Synergy between GME and UME:  A Novel Residents-as-Educators Curriculum Embedded in an Intern Preparation Course
Jessica Tischendorf, MD
Sara Johnson, MD    
Amy Zelenski, PhD
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Melissa MacDonald, MD
University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics

309. Mindfulness for Wellness, Resilience, and Burnout Prevention Medicine
Ni-Cheng Liang, MD
Simerjot Jassal, MD
University of California-San Diego School of Medicine

310. Put Some Pep in Your PIPs and Swing in Your SWOT
Karen Ann Friedman, MD
Kyle Katona, MD
John Raimo, MD
Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine at Hofstra University

311. “I’ve Got Your Back”: Supporting Residents in the Face of Microaggressions or Discrimination
Alda Maria R. Gonzaga, MD
Eloho Ufomata, MD
Eliana Bonifacino, MD
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Shanta Zimmer, MD
University of Colorado School of Medicine
312. RRC-IM Update
Christian Cable, MD
Residency Review Committee for Internal Medicine
    
313. Incorporating Core Entrustable Professional Activities for Entering Residency in Teaching and Assessment Activities within a Geriatrics Clerkship
Huai Y. Cheng, MD
Maryellen Gusic, MD
University of Virginia School of Medicine

314. Clinical Teaching Tools for the Subspecialty Consultant
Jennifer M. Babik, MD
Bradley Sharpe, MD
University of California-San Francisco School of Medicine

315. Promoting Resilience in the UME Continuum
Amber Pincavage, MD
Wei Wei Lee, MD
University of Chicago Division of the Biological Sciences
Pritzker School of Medicine

Rachel Halina Kon, MD
Margaret Plews-Ogan, MD
University of Virginia School of Medicine
    
316. Medical Students in Medical Specialties: How to Design an Optimal Medical Student Elective Experience
Anna Person, MD
Ed Vasilevskis, MD
Cody Chastain, MD
Patty W. Wright, MD
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

317. Interprofessionalism across the Continuum: Incorporating IPE into Your Internal Medicine Clerkship and Residency
Christopher Bruti, MD
Rush Medical College of Rush University Medical Center

Michael McNeal, MD
Megan Newman, MD
Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine

Diane Levine, MD
Wayne State University School of Medicine

318. Adding Reflection to the Medical Student Clerkship and Using It in Residency
Shaden Eldakar-Hein, MD
Lee Rosen, PhD
Robert Larner, MD
College of Medicine at University of Vermont

Alisa Peet, MD
Hannah Raverby, MD
Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University
    
319. Teaching Clinical Reasoning at the Level of the Reasoners
Andrew Olson, MD
University of Minnesota Medical School

Patrick Rendon, MD
University of New Mexico School of Medicine

Rabih Geha, MD
University of California-San Francisco School of Medicine

Laura Garcia, MD
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
(Valley Baptist Medical Center)

320. Connecting Passion with Purpose: Creating a Roadmap to Reach Your Full Potential
Crys S. Draconi
Tufts Medical Center

Kerri Palamara, MD
Harvard Medical School Massachusetts General Hospital

Workshop Session IV
    
401. Civic Engagement:  Serving the Greater Good
Darren W. Brownlee
Johns Hopkins University/Bayview Medical Center

Panagis Galiatsatos
Kirsten Gercke
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

402. Presenting Quality and Operating Metrics Visually for High Impact
Jessica L. Schmidt
Georgetown University School of Medicine

403. Creating a Clinical Administrative Infrastructure and Oversight Model from Division Perspective
Cathy O’Neill
Duke University School of Medicine


404. The Humanism Project – Curricular Innovation to Teach Communication Skills to Residents
Lawrence B. Wolf, MD
Jennifer Breznay, MD
Beth Popp, MD
Melvyn Hecht, MD
Maimonides Medical Center

405. Listening to Reason: Strategies for Instilling a Culture of Clinical Reasoning in Graduate Medical Education
Eliana Bonifacino, MD
Deborah DiNardo, MD
Sarah Tilstra, MD
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine


406. Optimizing U: A Curriculum Designed to Help Residents Realize Their Potential
Alvin S. Calderon, MD
Joy B. Bucher, MD
Virginia Mason Medical Center

407. Starting or Improving Your Primary Care Track: What You Need to Know
Joan Addington-White, MD
Vidthya Abraham, MD
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Kristin Collier, MD
Jennifer Lukela, MD
University of Michigan Medical School

408. Enhancing Continuity in the Resident Longitudinal Clinic
James Bragg, MD
G. Dodd Denton, MD
Caley McIntyre, MD
Do Young Kim, MD
Ochsner Clinic Foundation

  

409. Flexing Your Leadership Skills
Debra S. Leizman, MD
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Ronda Mourad, MD
Cleveland Veterans Administration Hospital, Case

Abby L. Spencer, MD
Cleveland Clinic Foundation

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410. New Faculty in Your Clerkship or Residency Program? Give Them This Crash Course in Learner Assessment
Kristy Deep, MD
Andrew Hoellein, MD
University of Kentucky College of Medicine

Alexander R. Carbo, MD
Harvard Medical School Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Abdo Asmar, MD
University of Central Florida College of Medicine


411. Miles Ahead:  Meeting Your Interprofessional Milestones through Ambulatory Curricular Innovation
Elizabeth Lee, MD
Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University

Jennifer Verbsky, MD
Jason Ehrlich, MD
Frank Cacace, MD
Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine at Hofstra University

412. Is Our CCC Successful?  Creating Resident Competency Reports for More Effective and Transparent Evaluation Process that Engages CCC Members and Residents
Jadwiga Loj, MD
Jill Patton, DO
Danielle Priester
Thomas Holmes, MD
Advocate Lutheran General Hospital

    
413. How to Manage Failing Faculty
Edward Levine, MD
Ohio State University College of Medicine
    
414. ACGME Self-Study:  How It’s Good for Fellowship
Sanjay V. Desai, MD
C. John Sperati, MD
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Ingrid Philibert, PhD
Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education

415. Teaching the Seven Habits to Medical Students: Empowering Medical Students to Become Effective Self-Leaders in Their Personal and Professional Lives to Increase Resiliency and Decrease Burnout
Kevin E. O’Brien, MD
Kira Zwygart, MD
Hugo Narvarte, MD
Meg Scott
University of South Florida Health Morsani College of Medicine


    
416. Teaching Medical Students Proficient EHR Use: Embracing the Challenge
Camilla Curren, MD
Kimberly Tartaglia, MD
Ohio State University College of Medicine

Jennifer Bierman, MD
Katie Hufmeyer, MD
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine


    
417. Real-Time Approaches for Evaluating a Student’s Mastery of Evidenced-Based Medicine
Mark Goldin, MD
Syed Ejaz Ahmad, MD
Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine at Hofstra University

Amanda Raff, MD
Serena Roth, MD
Albert Einstein College of Medicine


    
418. Ambulatory Education:  Faculty Recruitment, Curricular Opportunities, and Meaningful Student Learning
Amy Shaheen, MD
University of North Carolina School of Medicine

Shobhina G. Chheda, MD
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Amber Pincavage, MD
University of Chicago Division of the Biologica Sciences
Pritzker School of Medicine

Jeffrey LaRochelle, MD
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine


    
419. Preparing Future Resident Teachers While Improving Preclinical Learners Clinical Skills
David Ecker, MD
University of Colorado School of Medicine

Vinita Kiluk, MD
Dawn Schocken, PhD
University of South Florida Health Morsani College of Medicine
    
420. The Art of Clinical Reasoning
Oliver Cerqueira, DO
Ginger Wilson
University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine (Tulsa)


APDIM Member Recognition and Awards Lunch
Presentation of the 2017 APDIM Dema C. Daley Founders Award
Donald R. Bordley, MD, Recipient
University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry

Presentation of the 2017 APDIM Distinguished Medical Educator Award
Paul B. Aronowitz, MD, Recipient
University of California-Davis School of Medicine

2016 APDIM Survey Report
Lisa Willett, MD
University of Alabama School of Medicine

CDIM Member Recognition and Awards Lunch

Presentation of CDIM Louis N. Pangaro, MD, Educational Program Development Award

Presentation of the 2017 CDIM Charles H. Griffith, III, MD, Educational Research Award
Amy Shaheen, MD, Recipient
University of North Carolina School of Medicine

Presentation of the 2017 CDIM Ruth-Marie E. Fincher, MD, Service Award
Susan T. Hingle, MD, Recipient
Southern Illinois University School of Medicine

Presentation of the 2017 CDIM Linda J. Marts Administrator Service Award
Julie Randall, Recipient
Michigan State University College of Human Medicine

Presentation of the 2017 CDIM Early Career Medical Student Educator Award
Amit K. Pahwa, MD, Recipient
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

AIM Member Recognition and Awards Lunch and Plenary Session
Presentation of the 2017 AIM Distinguished Service Award
Monica Fawthrop, Recipient
University of Washington School of Medicine

Diversity and Inclusion: The Roadmap to Achieving Excellence
Sheri L. Lawrence, Moderator
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Deidra Candice Crews, MD
Johns Hopkins University/Bayview Medical Center


ASP Member Recognition and Awards Lunch
Presentation of the 2017 ASP Eric G. Neilson, MD, Distinguished Professor Award
Elaine Muchmore, MD, Recipient
University of California-San Diego School of Medicine


    
Workshop Session V
    
501. Marketing and Branding Your Division or Department
Craig DeGarmo
Asia Lawson
Ashley Jacoby
Georgetown University School of Medicine
    
502. Reducing Readmissions by Improving Transitions:  Process and Outcomes
Jay Torres
Tammie Michael
Mukaila Raji
Dayna Villarreal
University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston
    
503. Wellness Workshop
Speaker TBA
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
    
504. A Unique Approach to Faculty Development Using an Objective Structured Teaching Encounter (OSTE)
Miriam A. Smith, MD
Regine Cherazard, MD
Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine at Forest Hills Hospital

Patti Adelman
Michelle Snopkowski
Center for Learning and Innovation, Northwell Health


    
505. Developing Your Faculty to Directly Observe Entering Intern Performance in Two Communication Entrustable Professional Activities
Shannon K. Martin, MD
Vineet M. Arora, MD
Keme Carter, MD
University of Chicago Division of the Biological Sciences
Pritzker School of Medicine


    
506. Catalytic Communication: Engaging Institutional Leadership to Create Learning and Practice Environments that Support Wellness
Andrea S. Cedfeldt, MD
Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine

Paul R. Chelminski, MD
University of North Carolina School of Medicine

Diana McNeill, MD
Duke University Medical Center

Jonathan Ripp, MD
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai


507. From Biomedicine to Human Medicine: Precepting Social Determinants of Health in Ambulatory Teaching Clinics
Maggie Benson, MD
Thuy Bui, MD
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Jennifer Siegel, MD
Catherine Rich, MD
Boston University School of Medicine
508. The Experience of Women Residents in Internal Medicine
Jennifer A. Koch, MD
Kristan Milam, MD
University of Louisville School of Medicine

Katherine Julian, MD     
University of California-San Francisco School of Medicine

Kerri Palamara, MD
Harvard Medical School Massachusetts General Hospital


     
509. The Development of Resident and Faculty Skills Training for Difficult Conversations: Code Status
Mary Philbin
Vandana Nagpal, MD
University of Massachusetts Medical School

Christine Bryson, DO
Diane Dietzen, MD
University of Massachusets Medical School-Baystate


    
510. Training for Engagement and Advocacy for Community Health: A Novel Way to Teach Residents Skills to Address Key Problems in Community and Population Health
Erica Johnson, MD
Johns Hopkins University/Bayview Medical Center

Manasa Ayyala, MD
Stephanie Nothelle, MD
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
    
511. A Humanities Rotation: How to Successfully Innovate and Implement a Medical Humanities Curriculum to Promote Resident Well-Being
Amanda Clark, MD
Lisa Arfons, MD
Charles LoPresti, MD
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Gopal Yadavalli, MD
Boston University School of Medicine


    
512. Documentation as a Tool for Assessing Early Subcompetency Deficiencies
Maimoona Inayat, MD
MedStar Union Memorial Hospital


    
513. So You Think You Want to Be a Leader?
R. Kevin Grigsby
Association of American Medical Colleges

514. Remediation of Clinical Fellows and Lessons Learned from Unexpected HR Issues
Julia L. Close, MD
University of Florida College of Medicine

Scott D. Gitlin, MD
University of Michigan Medical School

Elaine Muchmore, MD
University of California-San Diego School of Medicine
    
515. “John Was a Pleasure to Work With…”: Enhancing Narrative Evaluations through Faculty Development
Nadia Bennett, MD
Keith Hamilton, MD
Corrie Stankiewicz, MD
Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Dan Henry, MD
University of Connecticut School of Medicine


516. Flipping the Teacher: Novel Ways to Engage Medical Students in Teaching and Learning
Eva Rimler, MD
John Richard Pittman, MD
Emory University School of Medicine

Cinnamon Desgres
University of Massachusets Medical School-Baystate
    
517. A Medical Student, Pharmacy Student and Nursing Resident Walk into a Room… Using Human Patient Simulation to Teach Interprofessional Collaboration
Michael Picchioni, MD
Reva Kleppel
University of Massachusets Medical School-Baystate
    
518. Embracing Complexity but Acting with Simplicity – Grading Frameworks, EPAs, and RIME
William F. Kelly, MD
Paul Hemmer, MD
Louis N. Pangaro, MD
Eric Meyer, MD
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine

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519. The Old and the New: Teaching Methodologies to Integrate the Expanding Curriculum in Medicine Clerkships
Nersi Nikakhtar, MD
University of Minnesota Medical School

Marty Muntz, MD
Medical College of Wisconsin

Viju John, MD
Rush Medical College of Rush University Medical Center

Shobhina G. Chheda, MD
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

520. It’s All About the Soft Money: A Primer for Educational Grants
Lisa Oliver
State University of New York Upstate Medical University College of Medicine
    
Wednesday, March 22, 2017    

APDIM Regional Meetings
    
Midwest
    
New York
    
Northeast
    
Ohio
    
Pennsylvania/Delaware/New Jersey
    
South
    
West

APDIM Plenary Session III, Professional Identity Formation (For a Different Generation of Learners)
Dominique Cosco, MD, Moderator
Emory University School of Medicine
    
Erica Johnson, MD, Moderator
Johns Hopkins University/Bayview Medical Center
    
Richard Cruess, MD
Sylvia Cruess, MD
Centre for Medical Education
McGill University

    

Hedy S. Wald, PhD
Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University
    

CDIM Plenary Session III, Oral Abstracts Presentations

Jeffery Becker, MD, Moderator
Case Western Reserve University (MetroHealth)

Lessons Learned by Medical Students in Systems-Based Practice as Patients Transition Their Care
Ernie L. Esquivel, MD
Weil Cornell Medicine


“Collective Wisdom”: Consistency through Collaborative Grading
Cindy Lai, MD
University of California-San Francisco School of Medicine


The Activities and Responsibilities of Internal Medicine Clerkship Directors in 2015, Update from 1999.  Results from the 2015 CDIM National Survey
Temple A. Ratcliffe, MD
University of Texas School of Medicine at San Antonio

Medical Knowledge Outcomes with Integrated Clerkships in a Large Medical School
Kimberly Tartaglia, MD
Ohio State University College of Medicine


    
AIM Plenary Session III, Leadership in the Crucible of Chaos and Crisis
DeAnn Lestenkof, Moderator
University of Washington School of Medicine
    
Julie Gerberding, MD
Merck and Company
Former Director
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Workshop Session VI
    
601. Timeline to Sanity for New Coordinators
Karyn M. Rosinski
St. Joseph Mercy Hospital

Liz Thompson
Henry Ford Hospital/Wayne State University


    
602. Medical Group Practice Process Improvement: Impact of Optimizing Visit Duration and Patient Interaction on Patient Experience and Access to Care
Nicole K. Casey
Gina Pezza
Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine at Hofstra University

603. Developing Relationships across Administration and Physicians
Craig DeGarmo     
Joseph Lightfoot
Pamela Williams
Georgetown University School of Medicine
    
604. Charting a Course in Communication Education: An Innovative Longitudinal Approach
Laura Dingfield, MD
Carol Chou, MD
Stacey Kassutto, MD
Serena Cardillo, MD
Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

    
605. Consistency Is Key: Tools and Strategies for Developing a "Litigation-Light" Competency-Based Remediation Plan for Your Residents
Ellizabeth Ann Yakes, MD
Donald W. Brady, MD
John A. McPherson, MD
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Hilary F. Ryder, MD
Harley P. Friedman, MD
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

606. Discharging and Educating, One Observation at a Time
Nicole Rocco, MD
Josh Collins, MD
Sean Drake, MD
Henry Ford Hospital/Wayne State University

    

607. Patient Satisfaction 101: Helping Residents to Understand the Patient Experience
Raquel Buranosky, MD
Robert C. Brooks, MD, PhD
Peter D. Bulova, MD
Carla L. Spagnoletti, MD
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
    
608. “None of Us Is as Smart as All of Us”: Building an Effective Leadership Team
Gina Luciano, MD
Michael Rosenblum, MD
Reham Shaaban, DO
University of Massachusets Medical School-Baystate

Abby L. Spencer, MD
Cleveland Clinic Foundation

    

609. Medical Chopped: Applying Adult Learning Theory and the Food Network to Teach Clinical Reasoning
Patrick Cocks, MD
Gregory Katz, MD
Jennifer Mulliken, MD
Barbara Porter, MD
New York University School of Medicine
    
610. Building a Strong Foundation:  Training Physicians in Skills of Resilience
Rebecca E. Miller, MD
Stephanie Call, MD
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Michelle Katherine Martinchek, MD
University of Chicago Division of the Biological Sciences
Pritzker School of Medicine

Amber-Nicole Bird, MD
Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
    
611. Coordinating Complex Care – Teaching Internal Medicine Residents a Framework for Managing High-Risk Patients
Rebecca Lauren Davis, MD
Riley Lipschitz, MD
Robin Canada, MD
Marc Shalaby, MD
Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

612. RRC-IM Update
Christian Cable, MD
Residency Review Committee for Internal Medicine
    
613. Subspecialty Services and Core Clerkship Students: A Good Educational Opportunity?
Karen E. M. Szauter, MD
University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

Alisa Peet, MD
Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University

Christopher Knight, MD
University of Washington School of Medicine
    
614. From Student Doctor to Doctor: Enhancing the Transition from UME to GME
Maria A. Yialamas, MD
Nora Osman, MD
Harvard Medical School Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Alexander R. Carbo, MD
Harvard Medical School Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Jonathan S. Appelbaum, MD
Florida State University College of Medicine


    
615. “It’s the End of the Rotation and I Don’t Know What to Write for Feedback!” How to Turn Angst into Answers
Laura J. Zakowski, MD
Amy Zelenski, PhD
Scott Saunders, MD
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

    

616. Cooking Up a Better OSCE: What Can Televised Cooking Shows Teach Us about Assessment?
Karen Law, MD
Richard Pittman, MD
Gina Shannon
Emory University School of Medicine
    
617. Developing a Curriculum in Patient Safety and Quality Improvement for Your Clerkship
Diane L. Levine, MD
Wayne State University School of Medicine

Leigh Simmons, MD
Harvard Medical School Massachusetts General Hospital

Amy Shaheen, MD
University of North Carolina School of Medicine

Allison Heacock, MD
Ohio State University College of Medicine

    

AAIM Joint  Plenary Session
ECFMG Update on Executive Order on Immigration

D. Craig Brater, MD, Moderator
Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine

William W. Pinsky, MD
Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates