Health Sciences Education Symposium

 
Presentations from the Health Sciences Education Symposium (formerly known as the Medical Education Symposium), held at the VCU School of Medicine. The Health Sciences 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 2019

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Improving the Confidence of First-Year Pharmacy Students on Drug-Utilization Review (DUR) through an Online Choose-Your-Adventure Activity, Apryl N. Anderson

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Effect of Suction Assisted Laryngoscopy Airway Decontamination (SALAD) Training on Intubation Quality Metrics, Benjamin Barmaan

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Association Between Workplace-Based Assessments and Self-Assessment of Entrustment, Lelia Brinegar

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Medical Education Board Game: Interactive Learning, Ulysses Davila

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How Does USMLE Step 1 Examination Performance Predict Short-term Wellness and Perceived Stress?, Nicole Deiorio

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Nursing Students Behind Bars, Mary L. Falk

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Longitudinal Changes in Psychological Resilience and Wellness During Clinical Clerkship, Moshe Feldman

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The Relationship Between Active Learning and Workload During Clinically Relevant Simulations, Moshe Feldman

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Multimodal Needs Assessments for Curricular Refinement – Learner, Expert, EMR, Catherine Grossman

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Stress and Wellness Levels in Emergency Medicine Residents and Attendings Compared to Residents and Attendings from Other Specialty Training Programs, Grace Hickam

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Development and Implementation of a Resident Training Tracking Tool Targeted to Documentation of Milestone Fulfillment, Caleb King

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Onboarding Residents in the VCU Obstetric Anesthesia Service, Fatoumata Kromah

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Patients’ Perceptions of Relative Importance of Discharge Elements (PRIDE) Study, Nargiza Kurbanova

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Implementation of a Workplace-Based Assessment to Measure Performance of the Core Entrustable Professional Activities in the Pediatric Clerkship, Clifton Lee

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Cardiac Arrest Simulation: Complementary Approaches for Undergraduate and Graduate Medical Education, Nathan Lewis

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Is There a Relationship Between Profession and Assessment of Interprofessional Collaboration in IPE?, Kelly Lockeman

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Use of 360-Degree Assessment During Interprofessional Simulation to Enhance Formative Feedback, Kelly Lockeman

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Peer Observations: Enhancing Teaching Behaviors, Carolyn Marcelo

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Knowing Their Limits: Assessing the Discernment of Pre-Clinical Medical Students, Elizabeth P. Marlowe

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Mistreatment of Providers by Patients in Emergency Medicine, Cyrus Massouleh

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Using a Mixed Methods Approach to Explore Perceptions of Early Learners in Classroom-Based Interprofessional Education Experiences, Abigale Matulewicz

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Immersion in Physiology Bolsters Bedside Mechanistic Thinking, Rebecca Miller

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Resident Perceptions and Habits Following Implementation of a Resilience Skills Curriculum, Rebecca Miller

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A Guide to Prescribing Sufficient Post Surgical Quantities of Opiate Pain Medications, Adam Pflugrath

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Follow Up: Medical Rhetoric – Making the Case for Oral Presentations, Rabia Qaiser