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Research and Programmatic Innovation Posters

Research

 

Poster

Title

Submitting Author

Institution

1

Phone a Patient: Resident Televisits Build Relationships and Enhance Patient Self-Management

Melissa Lee, MD

State University of New York Downstate Medical Center

College of Medicine

2

Mobile Application Use and Integration into Internal Medicine Residency Programs

Anoop Agrawal, MD

Baylor College of Medicine

3

Quantifying Faculty Comments on Medical Student Performance by Using a Predictive Text-Mining Algorithm.

Joseph Wayne, MD, MPH, MACP

Albany Medical College

4

Characterizing Primary Care Tracks: Are We Doing Enough?

Eliana Hempel, MD

Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine

5

Residents' Perception of Continuity in Block vs Traditional Clinic Models

Chitra Uppaluri, MD

SSM St. Mary's Hospital-St. Louis

6

Qualitative Interviewing of Internal Medicine Faculty Before and After Completion of a 6-Month Point-Of-Care Ultrasound Curriculum

Christopher Smith, MD

University of Nebraska

College of Medicine

7

Childbearing and Maternity Leave in Residency: Determinants and Wellness Outcomes

Shobha Stack, MD

University of Washington

School of Medicine

8

Where Does the Time Go?” Intern Use of Electronic Medical Records Outside of the Hospital

Fred Buckhold, MD, FACP

Saint Louis University

School of Medicine

9

Association between Cardiology Fellows’ Evaluations and Performance during Fellowship Training

Michael Cullen, MD

Mayo Clinic College of Medicine

10

Gender Influences the Quality of Feedback Provided to Medical Trainees:  a Mixed-Methods Study

Jessica Tischendorf, MD

University of Wisconsin

School of Medicine

and Public Health

11

Program Coordinator Perception and Engagement in Professional Development Activities

Laurie Dubois,

C-TAGME

Boston University

School of Medicine

12

Internal Medicine Rank List Position Predicts Resident Performance as Assessed by ACGME Core Competencies

Trek Langenhan, MD

University of Nebraska

College of Medicine

13

The Program Director's Approach to Application Inflation: A National Survey of Program Directors

Steven Angus, MD

University of Connecticut School of Medicine

14

Use of a Novel Presentation Approach to Improve Teaching Rounds on Inpatient Medicine Teams

James Hudspeth, MD

Boston University School of Medicine

15

Facilitators and Barriers to Providing Residents with Their Own Practice Data

Kathlyn Fletcher, MD

Medical College of Wisconsin

16

Benchmarking Internal Medicine Residents’ Communication Skills Using the Communication Assessment Tool (CAT)

Edgar Naut, MD

University of Connecticut School of Medicine

17

Structure, Process and Outcomes of Clinical Competency Committees, Pre- and Post-NAS: A Nationwide Survey of Internal Medicine Residency Program Directors

Stephanie Call, MD

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

18

Expectations of and for the internal medicine clerkship director: How are we doing after 11 years?

Paul Hemmer, MD

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

19

Use of Spikes-Nurse Protocol to Teach Breaking Bad News

Jude Khatib, MD

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

20

Health Care Disparities Education in Internal Medicine Training: Results of National Surveys of Program Directors and Their Residents

Denise Dupras, MD

Mayo Clinic College of Medicine

21

How to Merge Hospitalists with Graduate Medical Education

John Lee, MD

University of Miami Miller School of Medicine/Holy Cross Hospital

22

What Factors Predict Honors for Internal Medicine Clerkship Students?

Winter Williams, MD

University of Alabama
School of Medicine

23

What Sets Honors Students Apart? A Ward Attending Perspective

Winter Williams, MD

University of Alabama
School of Medicine

24

Internal Medicine Resident Experiences during and after Hurricane Irma: results of a survey

Erin Marcus, MD

University of Miami
Leonard M. Miller

School of Medicine

25

The LOOP Project: You Can’t Learn from What You Don’t Know

Kathleen Lane, MD

University of Minnesota Medical School

26

Inpatient Documentation of Rapid Response Encounters: A Multi-Institutional Retrospective Chart Review

Amanda Huey, MD

University of Michigan Medical School

27

Med/Peds Resident Physician Wellness Program: A “Bottom-Up” Curriculum Design

Heather Abraham, MD, FAAP

Wayne State University
School of Medicine

 

Programmatic Innovation

 


Poster

Title

Submitting Author

Institution

28

Implementing Quality Improvement in the Med-Peds Clinic

Mary Turner, MD

Brody School of Medicine

at East Carolina University

29

Teaching the Business of Medicine to Future Healthcare Leaders

Jamaal Richie

University of Louisville

School of Medicine

30

If You See Something, Say Something

Starr Steinhilber, MD

University of Alabama

School of Medicine

31

“Tell me more:” Practicing Primary Palliative Care Skills in the Internal Medicine Clerkship

Susan Merel, MD

University of Washington

School of Medicine

32

Building Competence in Clinical Skills:  A Systematic, Flipped Classroom Approach to Learning Bedside Cardiac Assessment

James Meisel, MD, FACP

Boston University

School of Medicine

33

Relationship Between Resident Learning Style, Occupational Stress, and In-Training Exam Scores

Megan Dingwall, MD

University of Kansas (Wichita)

34

Empathy Training in Undergraduate Medical Education Curriculum to Promote Patient-centered Communication

Thwe Htay, MD, FACP

Paul L. Foster School of Medicine Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

35

A Teaching Technique for Busy Clinics

Brooks Vaughan, MD

University of Alabama

School of Medicine

36

Bridging the Gap Between the Classroom and the Clerkship: A Clinical Reasoning Curriculum for Third Year Medical Students

Nicholas Duca, MD

Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine

37

Improved Access for Endocrine consults at the University of Vermont Medical Center – Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont

Sheena Barnes

Robert Larner, MD,

College of Medicine

at University of Vermont

38

Healthcare Social Media (#hcsm): One Residency Program’s Experience Using Twitter

Avital O'Glasser, MD

Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine

39

A Novel Resident-Led Schedule Build Process in an Academic X+Y Curriculum

Jane Broxterman, MD, FACP

University of Kansas

School of Medicine

40

The Hurst Happenings--Utilizing Electronic Newsletters to Foster a Supportive Residency Culture

Xiao Jing Wang, MD

Emory University

School of Medicine

41

Successful Implementation of an EPA Check Point at R1 Orientation

Jane Rowat

University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver

College of Medicine

42

Transforming a division to a department in the University of Washington School of Medicine

Karen Svendsen

University of Washington

School of Medicine

43

Learn By Doing: Creating a Readmission Case Review Curriculum To Teach Residents the Value of Personal Performance Review

Rachel Nash, MD

Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University

44

A Simulated First Night-onCall: Establishing Community and a Culture of Patient Safety for Incoming Interns 

Lynn Buckvar-Keltz, MD

New York University

School of Medicine

45

Assigning Online Educational Modules Prior to Orientation Is a Feasible Approach to Increase Incoming Interns’ Level of Readiness for Internship

Lynn Buckvar-Keltz, MD

New York University

School of Medicine

46

Creation of an Interdisciplinary Global Health Program

Kacie Saulters, MD

Georgetown University

School of Medicine

47

A Simple Solution for Increased Evaluation Feedback/Comments – an Institutional Perspective

Lisa Oliver

State University of New York Upstate Medical University

College of Medicine

48

PITCH: Perspective-Inspired Transition Curriculum for Housestaff

Viswatej Avutu, MD

Harvard Medical School Brigham and Women's Hospital

49

Resident teaching enhances effectiveness of Medical Scientist Training Program Clinical Skills Initiative

Amy Ogurick, MD

University of Virginia

School of Medicine

50

Training Residents for the Future: Remote Patient Monitoring

Elizabeth Kirkland, MD

Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine

51

Can Residents Safely Determine an Appropriate Level of Care for Patients? 

Afnan Mossaad, MD

Georgetown University Hospital/Washington Hospital Center

52

Communication and Social Media in the World of Academic Medicine

Rana Khalifeh, MSW

Feinberg School of Medicine Northwestern University

53

Preparing for the real world: Billing 101

Kshitij Thakur, MD

Crozer-Chester Medical Center

54

The Swiss Cheese Conference: Integrating and Aligning Quality Improvement Education and Hospital Improvement Efforts

Scott Statman, MD

New York University

School of Medicine

55

An EBM Elective and Web Based Tool to Increase EBM Skills and Numeracy

Harley Friedman, MD

Geisel School of Medicine

at Dartmouth

56

Student Self-Assessment in an Advanced Communication FOSCE for Fourth-Year Medical Students

Kristen Lewis, MD

Ohio State University

College of Medicine

57

Technology Enhanced LEarning Videos for Inpatient TEachers (TELEVITE): A Multimedia Tool to Improve Feedback and Evaluation by Hospitalist Faculty

Jennifer Hur, MD

Indiana University

School of Medicine

58

“If Patients Are Disrespecting Me, Is It Because I’m a Black, Young Woman? Pick One or All Three”: Exploring Underrepresented Medical Students’ Experiences on Internal Medicine and Other Clerkships

Cindy Lai, MD

University of California-San Francisco School of Medicine

59

A Novel Longitudinal Curriculum Exploring Stereotype and Bias in the Third Year Clerkships

Manasa Ayyala, MD

Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

60

Mitigating Bias Using the Cognitive Autopsy: A Cultural Transformation

Megan McGervey, MD

Cleveland Clinic Foundation

61

“Social Media Meets Social Determinants”: An Innovative Resident Curriculum in Social Determinants of Health.

Pranav Shah, MD

Wayne State University

School of Medicine

62

A Novel Medical Student-Driven Multicenter Resilience Curriculum

Amber-Nicole Bird, MD

Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine

at the University of Pennsylvania

63

A Novel Approach to Disparities in Hypertension Control through Quality Improvement

Amber-Nicole Bird, MD

Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine

at the University of Pennsylvania

64

Evaluating Resident OSCE Performance with a Milestone-Based Scoring Tool

Stacy Charat, MD

University of California-San Diego School of Medicine

65

You've Got Lab Results: How to Improve Continuity of Outpatient Laboratory Testing

Michelle Di Fiore, MD

University of California-Irvine School of Medicine

66

High Value Internal Medicine Resident Recruitment

Cheryl O'Malley, MD

University of Arizona

College of Medicine-Phoenix

67

Real-time Patient Experience Feedback in the ICU

Angela Miller, C-TAGME A-ST, MBA, SSBB

Geisinger Health System

68

Multidisciplinary Team Meetings – a Venue to Improve Team Engagement and Quality in Resident Continuity Clinic

Amalia Wegner, MD

Medical College of Wisconsin

69

You Can Do It!  Empowering MS3s to promote healthy behaviors in real patients through a 4-step Motivational Interviewing Project

Chavon Onumah, MD, MPH, FACP, AAHIVS

George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences

70

A Structured Resident Scholarship Program Increases Scholarship During Training

Getu Teressa, MD

Stony Brook University School of Medicine

71

To Meet in Person: The Great Handoff and Inbasket Team Meetings

Stacey Jolly, MD

Cleveland Clinic Foundation

72

Welcome Aboard: A Novel Curriculum to Prepare International Medical Graduates for Internship

Lei Lynn, MD

George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences

73

Improving Resident Patient Safety Reporting – An Effective Education Intervention “Bundle”

Michelle Brooks, MD

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

74

Harnessing the Power of Collaboration to Improve the Quality and Timeliness of Faculty Feedback

Margaret Chapman, MD

Feinberg School of Medicine Northwestern University

75

Hats Off to REDCap: An Efficient and Effective Tool for Organizing Interview Evaluations

Daniel Mueller, MD

Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University

76

Effect of Patient Anchored Care Team (PACT) on Resident Continuity Clinic Education and Satisfaction

John Donnelly, MD

Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University/Christiana Care Health Services

77

Practice-based Learning and Improvement for Faculty: An intervention to improve quality of written feedback

Amy Zelenski, MD

University of Wisconsin

School of Medicine

and Public Health

78

The Chief Resident Association of Baltimore: A Collaboration of Regional Residency Programs by Organizing Area Chief Residents

Robert Chow, MD, MBA, MACP

University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus

79

X+Y: Opportunity for a Longitudinal Three-Year Teaching Skills for All Internal Medicine Residents

Manish Suneja, MD

University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver

College of Medicine

80

A Simple Twist on a Resident Retreat Designed to Impact Resident Wellness While Creating a Culture of Support

Michelle Huddleston, MD

Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center

81

Embedding Transgender and Mobility Impaired Standardized Patients into History Taking Sessions

Anita Lee, MD

Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine

at the University of Pennsylvania

82

A Novel Endoscopic Training Program Using Cadavers

Matthew Whitson, MD, MSEd

Hofstra Northwell

School of Medicine

at Forest Hills Hospital

83

The Calm Before the Storm: Simulating July 1st in Intern Orientation

Adam Fox, MD

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

85

Standardizing Resident Procedure Training Utilizing Deliberate Practice

Louise Kane, MD

Riverside Methodist Hospitals (Ohio Health)

86

How to Improve Physical Diagnosis Teaching - Here's a PE IDEA!

Mary Hawthorne, MD

University of Massachusetts Medical School

87

A Multi-Faceted Innovative Curriculum to Prepare Interns for Cross-Cover

Julia Limes, MD

University of Colorado

School of Medicine

88

Feedback to Close Diagnostic Loops: Peer-Peer Diagnostic Feedback Increases Self-Efficacy in Diagnostic Error Identification

Julia Limes, MD

University of Colorado

School of Medicine

89

Recipes for Wellness

Michael Picchioni, MD

University of Massachusetts Medical School-Baystate

90

Improvement of Medication Reconciliation in Transition of Care Setting

Thomas Gainey, MD

Christ Hospital

91

Send Me Home Safely

Joseph Hong, MD

California Pacific Medical Center