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Research and Programmatic Innovation Posters

Volunteer to serve as a judge for the Poster Competition at the 2017 Alliance Skills and Leadership Conference. Poster judges review and score at least three assigned posters during the 2017 Alliance Skills and Leadership Conference poster reception on Friday, October 20, from 5:45 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Judges will submit their scores online following the reception. The highest-rated research and programmatic innovation posters will be recognized during the lunch session Saturday.

If you would like to serve as a poster competition judge, please volunteer online by Wednesday, October 11. All volunteers will be notified about their status by Friday, October 13.

Research

Poster

Title

Primary Author

Institution

1

Factors Influencing Application Decisions Among Internal Medicine Residents

Steven Angus, MD

University of Connecticut School of Medicine

2

Internal Medicine Cross Cover: What Our Interns Are Getting Called About at Night

Julia Clemons, MD

University of Colorado School of Medicine

3

The Extent and Implications of Copy and Paste

Kathlyn Fletcher, MD

Medical College of Wisconsin

4

Program Characteristics/ Preferences and Propensity to match International Medical Graduates (IMGs)

Himangi Kaushal, MD

Memorial Healthcare System (Hollywood, FL)

5

Balling Groups in an Internal Medicine Residency Program: A One Year Experience

Jonathan Kersun, MD

Temple University Hospital Samaritan Program

6

Show me the Money: Salary Support Survey of Internal Medicine Clerkship Directors

Brian Kwan, MD

University of California-San Diego School of Medicine

7

Resident Enjoyment and Perspectives on Redesigning Pre-Interview Dinners for Residency Recruitment

Jonathan Lim, MD

Baylor College of Medicine

8

A Systematic Educational Tool to Evaluate Internal Medicine Resident Readmission Data

Rachel Nash, MD

Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University

9

Internal Medicine Residency Program Director Burnout and Program Director Turnover: Results of a National Survey

Alec O'Connor, MD

University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry

10

Improving Resident Attitudes/Practice Behaviors When Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain Management

Joann Raines

Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine

11

Deeper in Debt and Unsure What to Do: Medicine Residents Need and Desire for Financial Education

Jesse Richards, DO

University of Kansas School of Medicine

12

Is It All About the Form? A Comparison of Norm-Referenced and Criterion-Referenced Evaluations – Do the ACGME Mandated Milestones Improve Faculty Inter-Rater Reliability?

Hilary Ryder, MD

Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth

13

Oh to Owe: How Debt is Dictating Terms to U.S. Medicine Residents

Caleb Scheckel, DO

Mayo Clinic College of Medicine

14

Do You See What I Feel? Accuracy of Assessment of Resident Well-Being

Shannon Scielzo, PhD

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Southwestern Medical School

15

Financial Literacy and Wellness in Internal Medicine and Medicine-Pediatric Residents

Rachel Wong, MD

Stony Brook University School of Medicine

16

Making it Count Thrice: Using QI to Improve Chronic Pain Management, Resident Satisfaction and Clinic Efficiency in a 4+1 Resident Continuity Clinic

Rachel Wong, MD

Stony Brook University School of Medicine

17

An Assessment of the Impact of Low Technology and Expert Guidance on the Cardiac Auscultation Skills of Medical Students

Kimberley Youkhana, MD

Geisinger Health System

 

Programmatic Innovations

Poster

Title

Primary Author

Institution

18

The Brainstorming Project: an Initiative to Increase Scholarly Productivity in a Large Internal Medicine Program

Gabriel M. Aisenberg, MD

McGovern Medical School at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

19

Improving Patient Experience: Internal Medicine Residency Provider Pictorials

Ali Al-Hilli, MD

Marshfield Clinic-St. Joseph's Hospital

20

Designing a Night Float Curriculum Using a Visual Learning Tool: a Flipped Classroom Approach

Zaid Almarzooq, MD

Weill Cornell Medicine

21

Implementing an Outpatient Preoperative Consultation Experience for Internal Medicine Residents

Rebecca Andrews, MD

University of Connecticut School of Medicine

22

Implementation of Care Teams in a Resident Continuity Clinic: Innovations in Patient Continuity, Chronic Disease Management, and Outpatient Medical Education

Marguerite Balasta, MD

Pennsylvania Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Health System

23

Educating Resident Physicians: Implementing and Evaluating a Behavioral Medicine Program in Internal Medicine

Rachel A. Bonnema, MD

University of Nebraska College of Medicine

24

Sharing the “Firsts” - A Wellness Initiative

Cecilia Cai, MD

Baylor College of Medicine

25

Optimizing U: Applying a Performance Psychology Approach in a Residency Program

Alvin S. Calderon, MD, PhD

Virginia Mason Medical Center

26

Improving Resident Diversity to Meet Learning Environment and Patient Care Needs

Olivia Campa, MD

University of California-Davis School of Medicine

27

Boosting Research Productivity: A Longitudinal Research Curriculum

Elizabeth Cerceo, MD

Cooper Medical School of Rowan University

28

Growth or Proficiency: Using a Novel CCC Subcommittee to Help Our Struggling Learners Grow to Proficiency

Alia Chisty, MD

Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University

29

Improving Internal Medicine Residents Follow-up on Patients Test Results in the Ambulatory Clinic

Emma Ann Coleman, DO

Cleveland Clinic Foundation

30

Resident Scheduling Dashboard: the Future for Compliance with ACGME Program Requirements

Courtney Anne Covert

Cleveland Clinic Foundation

31

Written Feedback: A Project for Tailoring Feedback Education for Clinical Reasoning

Gretchen Diemer, MD

Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University

32

Point of Care Diagnostic Technologies:  Evaluating an Internal Medicine Residency Point of Care Diagnostic Curriculum

Lorenzo DiFrancesco, MD

Emory University School of Medicine

33

Preception Versus Our Realities of Hospital Discharge Within an Internal Medicine Program

Mirnouve Domond, DO

Crozer-Chester Medical Center

34

Bridging the Gaps in Transition of Care in a Residency Practice

Mirnouve Domond, DO

Crozer-Chester Medical Center

35

Palliative Rounds in the ICU to Enhance Resident Wellness

Kshitij Thakur, MD

Crozer-Chester Medical Center

36

Three for One: Educating Residents About High Value Care, Teaching Q/I Methodology and Meeting Requirements for Faculty and Resident Scholarly Activity

Kshitij Thakur, MD

Crozer-Chester Medical Center

37

Telehealth for the Resident Physician

Ashley Duckett, MD

Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine

38

Assessing Interdisciplinary Communication Patterns to Minimize Workflow Interruptions

Natsu Fukui, MD

Inova Fairfax Medical Campus

39

Putting the Pieces Together: Teaching Patient Safety Using the Jigsaw Model

Nirvani Goolsarran, MD

Stony Brook University School of Medicine

40

Weaving a Culture of Safety into The Medical Education Curriculum Using an Interprofessional Simulation Model

Nirvani Goolsarran, MD

Stony Brook University School of Medicine

41

Improving the Outpatient Learning Environment for Medicine Residents

Christopher H. Henry, MD

Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University

42

Using a Letter to the Editor Workshop to Improve Skills and Promote Scholarly Activity

Kevin Huang, MD

University of South Florida Health Morsani College of Medicine

43

A Graduate Medical Education Curriculum Introducing Cancer Survivorship Care

Regina A. Jacob, MD

Temple University Hospital Samaritan Program

44

The Business of Medicine: A Pilot Resident Rotation

Kristin M. Jacob, MD

Grand Rapids Medical Education Partners/Michigan State University

45

Recognition of Complications Related to Bedside Procedures: Utilizing an Interactive Case-Based Game

Adam Katzman, MD

University of South Florida Health Morsani College of Medicine

46

Quality Improvement: Morning Report Revitalization

Thomas F. Kingston, MD

Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine

47

Streamlined, Sustainable, Resource Friendly Improved Patient Portal Enrolment in an Academic Resident Continuity Clinic – QI Made Simple

Guneet Singh Kochar, DO

University of Kansas School of Medicine

48

Using Video-Recorded Patient and Physician Stories in Teaching Communication Skills that are Critical to Cancer Treatment

Koyamangalath Krishnan, MD

East Tennessee State University James H. Quillen College of Medicine

49

Mind the Gap: A Clinical Vignettes Workshop Transforming Students into Clinician-Scholars

Brian Kwan, MD

University of California-San Diego School of Medicine

50

Bookish Baby Boomers: Motivating Millennials in Medical Mastery using a Messaging App

Linda Lemaster, MD

Riverside Methodist Hospitals (Ohio Health)

51

Leveraging a Faculty Learning Community Model to Develop an Educational Fellowship in Internal Medicine

Daniel J. McFarlane, MD

Ohio State University College of Medicine

52

Peer Review of Videoed Teaching Encounters: A Novel Faculty Development Method

Sarah Merriam, MD

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

53

Fostering the Collision – Facilitating Incorporation of Active Learning Strategies into Housestaff Core Conference

Rebecca E. Miller, MD

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

54

A Coaching Construct to Facilitate Resident Knowledge Acquisition and Assessment

Rebecca E. Miller, MD

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

55

Flipping the Classroom on Interview Day

John P. Moriarty, MD

Yale-New Haven Medical Center (Primary Care)

56

Scheduled Employee Assistance Visits to Promote Intern Wellness

Ronda Mourad, MD

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

57

Using Residency Learning Communities in a 4+1 System to Improve Mentoring, Scholarly Activity, and Wellness

Elizabeth Murphy, MD

University of Massachusetts Medical School

58

Side-by-Side Precepting: Trying to Improve Resident-Preceptor Continuity in a 4+1 System and Remain Fiscally Sustainable

Elizabeth Murphy, MD

University of Massachusetts Medical School

59

Improving HEDIS Compliance in an Urban Detroit Outpatient Resident Physician Clinic

Rachael Pettapiece-Phillips

Wayne State University School of Medicine

60

Your True Colors Coming Through: A Case-Based Approach to Utilizing the ‘True Colors’ Personality Innovatory as a Tool to Develop Residents’ Emotional Intelligence and Conflict Resolution Skills

Hannah Raverby, MD

Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University

61

On The Other Side: An Educational Innovation To Help Learners Understand Communication Barriers

Amanda Reeck, MD

University of Texas School of Medicine at San Antonio

62

Research 101 : a Customized Strategy to Advance Residents' Knowledge of Basic Research

Holly Rosencranz, MD

University of Illinois College of Medicine at Urbana

63

Residents’ Knowledge, Attitudes, Beliefs, and Behavior Intentions for Quality Improvement Curriculum: The Results of A Pilot Evaluation

Danny Sam, MD

Kaiser Permanente Medical Group (Northern California)/Santa Clara

64

hOURglass - OUR reflections in time

Vrushali Shah, MD

University of Tennessee College of Medicine at Chattanooga

65

Internal Medicine Resident Experiences with a 5-Week Panel Management Curriculum: a Qualitative and Descriptive Analysis

Halle G. Sobel, MD

Robert Larner, MD, College of Medicine at University of Vermont

66

Informed Consent Curricular Intervention: Knowledge, Attitudes, and Skills in Fourth-Year Medical Students

Madelyn Stevens

Duke University School of Medicine

67

Compassionate Care for the Seriously Ill Longitudinal Service-Learning Program

Katie Stowers, DO

University of Texas School of Medicine at San Antonio

68

Improving Patient Satisfaction in an Outpatient Setting.

Foram Thakkar, MD

University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler/Good Shepherd Medical Center (Longview)

69

Centralized Asynchronous Online Quality Improvement Curriculum As an Experiential Education Model for Fellows

Ian Todaro

University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

70

Color Wars: Bringing Our Best into the Light to Improve Resident Morale and Burnout

Brian S. Uthlaut, MD

University of Virginia School of Medicine

71

Implementing a Quality Improvement Curriculum in the 4+1 schedule - Lessons Learned after 18 months

Carmen A. Vesbianu, MD

University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine (Tulsa)

72

We Will Make Discharge Summaries Great Again!

Ekaterina Vypritskaya, MD

Capital Health Regional Medical Center

73

Learning Together for Safety – An Experiential Interprofessional Activity to Teach Medical Students How to Safely Handle Patients

Megan E. Wren, MD

Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine

74

Looking for a Grand Rounds Upgrade?  Try Coaching Your Presenters

Laura J. Zakowski, MD

University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health