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Research and Programmatic Innovation Abstract Posters

The Academic Internal Medicine Week 2017 Poster Reception will be Monday, March 20, 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Posters will be available for viewing online after the conference. 

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*—denotes award winners

Research

Poster

Title

Submitting Author

1

Measuring Behavioral Signs of Physician Professionalism: The Professionalism Assessment Tool

Steven Angus, MD

2

Being Coached: Learners Experience with A Coaching Intervention

Isabella Bellon

3

Emphasizing High Value Care in Physical Examination Instruction — A Qualitative Study of Expert Educators

Paul Bergl, MD

4

An Analysis of the Evolution of Impressions of Primary Care Medicine throughout Medical School

Melissa Brook, MD

5

The IM Clerkship: Negative Preconceptions into Positive Impressions

Cynthia Burns, MD

6

Are Physicians Adhering to Narcotic Guidelines? A Resident Driven Initiative to Improve Chronic Pain Management in Continuity Clinic

William Carroll, MD

7

Increasing Patient Comorbidity and Implications for Resident Workload Compression: 15-Year Temporal Trends among 65,000 Admissions to the Veterans Affairs Hospital

Amanda Clark, MD

8

Application-Based Predictors of Clinical Performance During Cardiology Fellowship

Michael Cullen, MD

9

Student Performance on a High Value Care OSCE Case

Kimberly Tartaglia, MD

10

Medical Knowledge Outcomes with Integrated Clerkships in a Large Medical School

Kimberly Tartaglia, MD

11

Impact of Longitudinal Preceptors in Pre-Clerkship Clinical Skills and Clinical Reasoning Teaching

Jeffrey LaRochelle, MD

12

Frequency of and Preferences for Communication Between Inpatient Teams and Primary Care Providers

David Lawrence, MD

13

Gaining “Change” from a Schedule Change

Austin Metting, MD

14

Approaching the Treatment Cascade for Hepatitis C Infection in the Hospitalized Patients: The Road Less Traveled

Bharat Monga, MD

15

Predictive Indicator in Reducing COPD Readmission

Madanmohan Patel, MD

16

Comparison of Cost and Quality Outcomes between a Teaching Hospitalist Service and Non-Teaching Hospitalist Service at a Large Academic Medical Center

Jose Perez, Jr., MD

17

Medical Student Resilience and Experiences with Stressful Clinical Events

Amber Pincavage, MD

18

Electronic Learning in Graduate Medical Education: A National Survey of Residency Program Directors*

Christopher Wittich, MD

19

The Activities and Responsibilities of Internal Medicine Clerkship Directors in 2015, Update from 1999.  Results from the 2015 CDIM National Survey.

Temple Ratcliffe, MD

20

A Quality Improvement Project to Reduce Unnecessary Daily Labs by Residents during Transitions of Care

Turab Raza, MD

21

What Do I Do When Something Goes Wrong? Teaching Medicine Clerks to Identify, Understand, and Engage in Ameliorating Medical Errors on the Geisel Inpatient Medicine Clerkship*

Hilary Ryder, MD

22

How Do Graduating Internal Medicine Residents and Incoming Fellows Self-Assess Their Confidence in Performing the 16 Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine Entrustable Professional Activities?

Diana Snyder, MD

23

(Dis)Incentivizing Patient Satisfaction: A Departmental Study of an Incentives Program with Possible Bias against Women and URM Physician Faculty

Sylk Sotto

24

Post Interview Communication —Applicants’ Perspective after the APDIM Recommendations

Benjamin Doolittle, MD

25

Attendance Guidelines and Online Lectures: Impact on Internal Medicine Residents’ Didactic Lecture Attendance

Jennifer Koch, MD

26

Effects of Yammer Social Media Discussions on NBME Subject Examination Performance

Kerrie Quirk

Programmatic Innovation

Poster

Title

Submitting Author

27

Bite-Sized (Beast Mode) Teaching on the Internal Medicine Clerkship

Kerrie Quirk

28

Incentivizing Faculty to Give Structured Feedback on Daily Progress Notes:  A Novel Approach

Subha Airan-Javia, MD

29

Point-of-Care Education on Key Communication and Procedural Skills for Interns in the Intensive Care Unit

Brittany Bergam

30

Making Reflection Visible — The Digital Story Project

Stephanie Call, MD

31

Development and Implementation of a Blended Learning Environment on an Inpatient Internal Medicine Team:  A Pilot Study

Thaddeus Carson, MD

32

Medical Student Preferences for the Internal Medicine Residency Interview Day: A Cross-Sectional Study

Amar Chadaga, MD

33

Impact of the Flipped Classroom and Improved Women’s Health Curriculum in a 4+1 Block Schedule Resident Clinic:

Julie Chen, MD

34

Implementation of Mock Root Cause Analysis

Julia Close, MD

35

What Is Your Biggest Worry? An Effort to Improve Learners’ Attitudes toward Patient Concerns

Stephanie Cull, MD

36

A Primary Care Resident Clinic Model to Enhance Transitions of Care

Joseph D'Ambrosio, MD

37

A Personalized Sequential Intervention (PSI) Reduces the No-Show Rate: a Resident Driven Quality Improvement Project

Nancy Denizard-Thompson, MD

38

How to Best Utilize Your In-Training Results

Sean Drake, MD

39

Lessons Learned by Medical Students in Systems-Based Practice as Patients Transition Their Care

Ernie Esquivel, MD

40

Centralizing Web Services in an Academic Department

Amy Fields

41

Internal Medicine Residency Program Interviews: Meeting Best Practice Standards

Karen Friedman, MD

42

Enhancing Resident Scholarly Productivity by Facilitating Web Based Access to Publicly Accessible Datasets

Harley Friedman, MD

43

Beefing up the Acting (Sub) Internship: Adding Structure in an Unstructured Environment

Adam Garber, MD

44

Improving Formative Feedback within Clinical Clerkships: Implementation of a Timely, Content-Driven Feedback Mechanism

Geevan George

45

Flat Screen Simulation of Family Meeting Scenarios Combined with Real-Time Experiential Learning for Resident Education

Susan Glod, MD

46

Leveraging AIM Expertise – Creating and Maintaining a Research Administration Best Practices Toolkit Repository

John Gough

47

Longitudinal Subspecialty Ambulatory Electives in a 6+2 Block Model

Catherine Gracey, MD

48

Rewarding Citizenship Changes Behavior

Eric Green, MD

49

Hospitalized Patients Perceptions of Medical Students, Residents, and Attendings

Eric Hsieh, MD

50

A Multidisciplinary Approach to Reducing Daily Blood Draws

Jordan Hughes

51

MKSAP Marathon Meets Poll Everywhere: Implementation of a Dedicated Team-Based Learning Curriculum with the Use of Novel Live Audience Technology to Engage Resident Participation for Board Preparation

Kin Wai (Tony) Hung, MD

52

Leading from Within: Leveraging a Healthcare Leadership in Quality Track to Provide Meaningful Experiences in Quality Improvement for all Residents in a Large Internal Medicine Residency Program

Kaitlyn Ibrahim, MD

53

Safer Together: A Novel Interprofessional Near-Miss Root Cause Analysis Curriculum

Rebecca Jaffe, MD

54

Efficient Yet Authentic Learning in an Internship Prep Course*

Sara Johnson, MD

55

Exploring a New Clerkship Experience: Hospitalist-Student Pairings

Katherine Johnston, MD

56

Empowering Residents to Initiate Assessments: A Mindset Change.

Abhishek Karwa, DO

57

A Simulated Interprofessional Team Training for Clinical Emergency Care

Stacey Kassutto, MD

58

Promoting Safe Medication Prescribing in an Internal Medicine Residency Clinic

Stephen Knaus, MD

59

Project 6-55: A Reflective Writing Workshop to Foster Professional Identity Formation

Kristy Kosub, MD

60

Red Light, Green Light: Development and Implementation of Centralized Visual Project Update Tool

Jamuna Krishnan, MD

61

“Collective Wisdom”: Consistency through Collaborative Grading

Cindy Lai, MD

62

A Quality Improvement Project to Promote Safe and Effective Opioid Prescribing Practices

Heather Laird-Fick, MD

63

Medical Student Evaluation and Reflection of Metabolic Profile Ordering To Teach High Value Care

Diane Levine, MD

64

Civilizing the Digital Natives

Benjamin Maddox, MD

65

Implementation of Patient-Centered Structured Interdisciplinary Bedside Rounds (PC-SIBR) at a Community-Based Teaching Hospital — Lessons Learned and Achievements

Allan Markus, MD

66

Thank You For This Interesting Consult: Teaching and Assessing Incoming Interns on Consultation Communication via Online Module and Consultation OSCE

Shannon Martin, MD

67

Resilience Skills for Senior Residents: A Pilot Curriculum

Michelle Martinchek, MD

68

The Value of Personal Reminders

Jay Mathur, MD

69

“Let’s Think about Thinking”: An Innovative Clinical Reasoning Conference

Ali Mehdi, MD

70

Resilience, Burnout, and Stress in Interns Participating in a Resilience Skills Training Curriculum

Rebecca Miller, MD

71

Chalk Talk Workshops: An Effective Tool for Improving Residents’ Teaching Skills

Nicole Oakman, MD

72

Prepping for the Big Show: The Importance of Mock Residency Interviews

Lisa Oliver

73

Value Based Care Educating Residents with Financial Metrics

Jill Patton, DO

74

Developing the Internal Medicine Resident as Leader

Gretchen Perilli, MD

75

Mind the Gap: Teaching Lifelong Learning through Metacognitive Awareness

Barbara Porter, MD

76

Health Disparities and the Social Determinants of Health: A Syllabus and Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents

Kenton Powell, MD

77

Strengthening Interpersonal Skills through Cloud-Based Video Simulations and Feedback

Hyder Abadin

78

Observed Clinical Performance Assessment with the use of Standardized Patient Encounters

Ravishankar Ramaswamy, MD

79

Medical Education Management: Finally a Description Worthy of the Position

Julie Randall

80

Championing the Cause: An Innovative Student-Led Curriculum

Shobha Rao, MD

81

I Second that Emotion: A Case Based Approach to Teaching Residents Emotional Intelligence and Conflict Resolution Skills

Hannah Raverby, MD

82

Implementation of a Medical Spanish Curriculum for Medical Students and Residents

Colin Robinson, MD

83

“Good Intentions”: A Peer-to-Peer Tutoring Program to Reduce Block Failure Rates for Medical Students

Justin Roesch, MD

84

Leadership for Urban Primary Care Education and Transformation (LUCENT)

Rita Rossi-Foulkes, MD

85

Innovating the Internal Medicine Teaching Health Center: Teaching Practice Transformation

Meaghan Ruddy, PhD

86

"Let's Connect"; Improving Patient Experience and Communication

Sherri Sandel, MD

87

Transforming Culture — Creating a Well-Being Friendly Residency

Shannon Scielzo, PhD

88

Our Experience With Creating a Hospital Medicine Elective For Fourth Year Medical Students

Ankur Segon, MD

89

Enhancing Intern Reflection on Medical Professionalism Via Case-Based Curriculum

Simran Singh, MD

90

Book Club at Intern Orientation to Help Frame Professional Identity

Emily Stewart, MD

91

Compassionate Care for the Seriously Ill Longitudinal Service-Learning Program

Katie Stowers, DO

92

Landmark Trials in Five Minutes: a New Curriculum for Inpatient Rotations

Laxmi Suthar, MD

93

Addressing EPA 10: Stat Acuity Nurse Experience in the Subinternship

Michelle Sweet, MD

94

Internal Medicine Clinical Track: Senior Medical Students and Entry Level ACGME Milestones

Sarah Tapyrik, MD

95

Increasing Resident Scholarly Productivity through Abstract Workshops

S. Calvin Thigpen, MD

96

Don't  Fumble the Handoff: A Multifaceted Transitions of Care Intervention in a Resident Primary Care Clinic*

Jessica Tischendorf, MD

97

Implementing Structured Bedside US Curriculum for IM Resident Education: A Single Center Experience

Bilal Unar, MD

98

Assessing Clinical Reasoning in the Internal Medicine Clerkship Using a Clinical Pathological Conference

Sarita Warrier, MD

99

Taking Ownership in the Third Year: A Video Intervention

Tasha Wyatt, PhD

100

The Ambulatory Care Leadership Track: Population Health, Health Policy, and Advocacy in Ambulatory Training

Daniella Zipkin, MD