Medical Education Symposium

First Author Information

Hadi Anwar, MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics

Additional Author(s) Information

Benjamin Yoon, MD, PGY-3 pediatrics resident, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics Tamar Springel, MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics

Presentation Format

Oral

Type of Activity

Innovation

Original Presentation Date

2018

Date of Submission

April 2018

Abstract/Short Description

Physicians are expected to be leaders. Pediatrics residents have identified a lack of leadership development in their training. Some residency programs have developed skills-based leadership curriculums that are perceived positively by participants. A leadership curriculum is being developed for VCU pediatrics residents in a fellowship track. A needs assessment was done to identify high-priority leadership skills. The curriculum aims to improve communication, conflict resolution, decision-making, and time management skills using role-play, reflection, and feedback from direct observation. Expected challenges are developing appropriate instructors and time constraints. Curriculum creators will collect evaluations from participants and qualitative feedback to continually improve the program.

References

1. Leslie LK, Miotto M, Liu GC, Ziemnik S, Cabrera AG, Calma S, Huang C, Slaw K. Training young pediatricians as leaders for the 21st century. J Pediatr. 2005;115(3):765-773. 2. Blumenthal DM, Bernard K, Bohnen J, Bohmer R. Addressing the leadership gap in medicine: residents’ need for systematic leadership development training. Acad Med. 2012;87(4):513-522. 3. Wipf JE, Pinsky LE, Burke W. Turning interns into senior residents: preparing residents for their teaching and leadership roles. Acad Med. 1995;70(7):591-596. 4. Kuo AK, Thyne SM, Chen C, West DC, Kamel RK. An innovative residency program designed to develop leaders to improve the health of children. Acad Med. 2010;85(10):1603-1608.

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