Medical Education Symposium

 
Presentations from the Medical Education Symposium, held at the VCU School of Medicine. The Medical Education Symposium celebrates scholarship and innovation across the continuum of medical education, offering an opportunity for educators, leaders, and learners to join a growing community interested in promoting exciting changes in medical education.

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Submissions from 2018

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Leadership Skills Development for Pediatric Residents, Hadi Anwar

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Why Residents’ Perceptions of the Clinical Learning Environment Matter: Correlations between the ACGME Resident Survey, Perceived Organizational Support, and Psychological Safety, Nital Appelbaum

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Improving the clinical learning environment: A collaborative workshop for students, residents, and faculty, Deborah DiazGranados

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Medical Rhetoric-Making the Case for Oral Presentations, Patrick Fadden

Implementation of a School-wide, EPA-based Acting Internship Curriculum, Adam Garber

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Teaching cross-sectional anatomy in parallel with gross anatomy through a curriculum incorporating CT scanning of cadavers, Peter Haar

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Improving Resident Understanding of Healthcare Business and Policy through the Development of a High-yield and Dynamic Educational Series, John Legge

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Quick QI: A Two-Week Self-Directed Quality Improvement Project, Charles Leiner

Emergency Medicine Elective Impact on Third-Year Medical Student Specialty Choice, Nathan Lewis

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The Use of Interactive Holographic Technology to Teach Surgical Anatomy and Improve Self-Perceived Preparedness for Surgery in Urogynecology, Lauren Siff

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Teaching Quality Improvement in a Pediatric Residency Program, Tamar Springel

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Central Venous Catheter Confirmation by Ultrasonography: A Novel Instructional Protocol, Jordan Tozer

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Implementation of a Multi-Pronged Approach to Improve Education in Quality Improvement (QI) and to Increase Resident Involvement in QI Work, Ashlie Tseng

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Converting Serious Safety Events into Educational Opportunities, Michael Joseph Vitto

Submissions from 2017

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Surgical Ethics Online Needs Assessment and Pilot Curriculum, Michael Amendola

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The Dynamics of Power and Psychological Safety on Team Cohesion During Interprofessional Simulation-Based Education, Nital Appelbaum

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Digital Histology 2.0: An Open Educational Resource, John W. Bigbee

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Diabetes Immersion in a Pre-clinical Endocrine Course, Diane M. Biskobing

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Patient Safety Initiative : Web based Education on the VCUHS Code Carts, Cheryl Bodamer

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Changes in PT and OT Students’ Self-Efficacy Using an Interprofessional Case Based Experience, Dixie H. Bowman

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Effective Learning in an Ambulatory Family Medicine Clerkship: A Qualitative Study of Medical Student Mid-point Feedback, Melissa K. Bradner

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Assessing Attitudinal Barriers to Health Insurance Enrollment and Facilitation in Vulnerable Populations, Christopher Brown

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The First Five Minutes: Enhancing Simulation Education for First-Year Pediatric Residents, Megan E. Coe

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An Evidence-Based Approach to Designing Virtual Patients, Benjamin Collins

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Development of a Calculator For Medical Student Residency Applications, Steven H. Crossman