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					                         POSTER PRESENTATIONS


1.    The Curriculum Review: A Tool for Faculty and House Staff Education and
      Development
2.    Part-Time Faculty at UI-COM: Gender, Work-Family Balance and Academic
      Advancement
3.    Teaching Residents to Teach--Using OSCE's
4.    Faculty and Resident Perceptions of Skills and General Competencies and their
      Match to Resident Performance
5.    PDA Usage in Psychiatry Residency: Changing Attitudes Toward Technology
6.    Increasing Didactic Attendance: A Psychiatric Intervention
7.    Residency Training in a Correctional Setting: Curriculum Review and
      Applicability to Other Training Programs
8.    The Virtual Journal Club
9.    Resident Psychiatrists' Clinical Decision-Making in Psychiatric Emergency
      Services (PES)
10.   Peer Evaluations in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residents
11.   Continuity Clinics: Reorganizing the teaching program for more effective patient
      care and resident education
12.   Web-Based Psychiatric Interactives: Assessing Competencies and Improving
      Education in Psychiatric Care
13.   Training Child Psychiatry Residents in Cognitive Therapy
14.   Enhancing Performance by Improving Feedback in Residency Training
15.   Psychopharmacology Self Directed Learning
16.   Community and Public Sector Psychiatry Rotation




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                 POSTER PRESENTATION DESCRIPTIONS


1. Title: The Curriculum Review: A Tool for Faculty and House Staff Education and
Development
Presenter: Matthew W. Ruble, M.D.
Educational Objectives:
1) To transform our program, known nationally for its emphasis on Psychodynamic
Training and Cultural/Socioeconomic diversity, into a Comprehensive, Public Sector
Psychiatry Training Program that incorporates current and future advances in the fields of
psychiatry, medicine, neurology and research.
2) To create a curriculum that promotes a belief and love of critical thinking, and ongoing
evaluation of one’s self and knowledge.
3) To educate our Faculty and Residents regarding the ACGME Core Competencies.

2. Title: Part-time Faculty at UI-COM: Gender, Work-Family Balance and
Academic Advancement
Presenter: Geri Fox, M.D.
Co-Presenters: Alan Schwartz, Ph.D., Katherine Hart, MPH
Educational Objective:
To heighten awareness of the gender split in career-family balance priorities which
affects academic advancement in medical faculty, through analysis of a part-time faculty
survey and tenure-clock stopping utilization.

3. Title: Teaching Residents to Teach – Using OSCEs
Presenter: Isabel Schuermeyer, M.D.
Co-Presenters: Marija Mutabdzic, M.D., Greg Keane, D.O., Kathleen Franco, M.D.
Educational Objective:
This poster presentation will examine the use of the Objective Structured Clinical
Examination (OSCE) as a teaching tool for residents in teaching medical students.
Included will be original data from the resident’s perspective on using this method to
teach.

4. Title: Faculty and Resident Perceptions of Skills and General Competencies and
Their Match to Resident Performance
Presenter: Jeff Palmer, M.D.
Co-Presenters: Ben Guise, M.D., Chris Cargile, M.D., Jim Clardy, M.D., Pat
O’Sullivan, Ed.D.
Educational Objective:
This poster describes innovative methods to assess ACGME core competencies including
use of resident portfolios and faculty/resident survey results, which are compared to
identify mismatches and areas for program improvement.




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5. Title: PDA Usage in Psychiatry Residency: Changing Attitudes Toward
Technology
Presenter: Sheryl R. Jackson, Ph.D.
Co-Presenter: Dan Dahl, M.D.
Educational Objective
This study documents changing attitudes toward usage of technology to document and
supplement psychiatry resident training. Results indicate that initial resistance diminished
and usage resulted in enhanced desire for technology.

6. Title: Increasing Didactic Attendance: A Psychiatric Intervention
Presenter: Sheryl R. Jackson, Ph.D.
Co-Presenter: Dan Dahl, M.D.
Educational Objective: This study examines the effectiveness of a
psychiatric/behavioral management intervention utilizing pre and post didactic attendance
records. Intervention included: addressing motivation, consistent behavioral
consequences, negative reinforcement and altering belief systems.

7. Title: Residency Training In A Correctional Setting: Curriculum Review And
Applicability To Other Training Programs
Presenter: Tamara Dolenc, MD
Co-Presenter: Kemuel Philbrick, MD
Educational Objective:
To review how the inclusion of a year-long clinical prison experience improved residency
training, and to outline the relevance of such an experience to enriching and invigorating
training in other residency programs.

8. Title: The Virtual Journal Club
Presenter: Tagalie Heister, MSLS
Co-Presenter: Brian Greenlee, MD
Educational Objective: Share information on an adjunct learning opportunity in which
residents access articles selected by faculty to increase reading, stimulate interest in
dynamic areas of psychiatry, and increase communication between faculty and residents.

9. Title: Resident Psychiatrists’ Clinical Decision-making in Psychiatric Emergency
Services (PES)
Presenters: Jordana R. Muroff, Ph.D., Joseph Himle, Ph.D., Michael Jibson, MD, Ph.D.
Educational Objective:
Residents’ decision-making in the ER was studied. Decisions varied according to
clinicians' professional background and the involvement or absence of a treatment team.
Implications for residency education are discussed.




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10. Title: Peer Evaluations in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency Training
Programs
Presenters: Reese Abright, M.D., Sonya Vieira, M.D., Camille Archer, M.D.
Educational Objective:
Peer evaluations are an integral component in 360-degree assessments of the
competencies of residents in child and adolescent psychiatry training programs. This
poster will present examples of methods for peer evaluations of resident competencies in
the following areas: patient care, medical knowledge, practice-based learning and
interpersonal skills.

11. Title: Continuity Clinics: Reorganizing The Teaching Program For More
Effective Patient Care And Resident Education
Presenter: Richard M. Steinbook, M.D.
Educational Objective:
To illustrate how we reorganized our program around continuity clinics for all outpatient
modalities and demonstrate how this improved patient care and satisfaction and the
teaching of psychotherapy and psychopharmacology.

12. Title: Web-Based Psychiatric Interactives: Assessing Competencies and Improving
Education in Psychiatric Care
Presenter: Lewis P. Krain
Educational Objective:
Participants will observe and participate with our second iteration of a web-based
psychiatric case. We will also present preliminary data testing the validity and reliability
of this interactive for competency assessment, as well as discuss the ability to adapt this
format to future modules.

13. Title: Training Child Psychiatry Residents in Cognitive Therapy
Presenters: Robert D. Friedberg, Ph.D., ABPP, Stuart Kaplan, M.D., Michael Murray,
M.D.
Educational Objective:
This poster describes a multidimensional, graduated, and sequential approach to training
child psychiatry residents in cognitive therapy. Didactic methods, course materials,
supervision issues, and evaluation processes will be delineated.




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14. Title: Enhancing Performance by Improving Feedback in Residency Training
Presenter: Romina Smulever, M.D., Andrea Weiss, M.D., Madeleine Abrams, LCSW
Educational Objective:
Participants will learn about: (1) recommendations from a chief resident’s survey
administered to faculty and trainees regarding delivering and receiving feedback about
performance and (2) use of this survey for leadership training.

15. Title: Psychopharmacology Self Directed Learning
Presenter: Shara Grover, M.D.
Educational Objective:
Determine efficacy of self-directed learning in evaluating competency changes in
knowledge and comprehension of psychopharmacology using a model
psychopharmacology curriculum. Fourth year residents at the university of Illinois are
studying the “Model Psychopharmacology Curriculum” by I. Glick, M.D. Three
evaluations of psychopharmacology to test knowledge and comprehension will be
administered and compared: a pre-test, mid-year test and post-test.

16. Title: Community and Public Sector Psychiatry Rotation
Presenter: Uma Naidoo, M.D.
Educational Objective:
Participants will learn about the MGH/McLean rotation designed to expose PGY2
residents to the resources available to patients within the community that support ongoing
early recognition, recovery, and rehabilitation of mental illness. These community
programs include residential, clubhouse, shelters, community rehabilitation support team,
Boston emergency services team, Clozaril clinic, and other programs that support patients
in their ongoing treatment outside the hospital. Specific rotations and a didactic
curriculum will be presented and discussed.




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