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					2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Workshops rated on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores took into account the proposals‘ originality, quality, potential interest to the
APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

   #   Workshop Title                                                                                                                                                          Average Score   R1 Score R2 Score R3 Score R4 Score R5 Score R6 Score
  12   Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients, Residents, and Faculty                                                        7.78          7        9        9        6        7        8
  26   Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care                                                                                                  7.44          8        8        8        6        7        8
  30   Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules                                                                                                                                  7.44          7        9        9        4        9        9
   8   Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists                                                                                                            7.28          8        8        8        9        8        8
  44   Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital Admission to Outpatient Follow-Up                                             7.17          7        9        9        4        5        6
  47   Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate Medical Education Research in 2010                                                7.06          6        6        5        7        8        9
  11   Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality                                                                                                                             7.06          7        8        9        4        7        8
   5   Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional                                                                                                                                7.00          8        7        5        5        8        7
  40   Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills                                                                                            6.94          7        8        8        7        6        7
  18   Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two Examples from the Trenches                                                             6.94          8        9        8        5        4        7
  16   Developing the Independent Learner                                                                                                                                           6.89          5        7        6        8        7        8
  10   Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills Training                                                                           6.83          7        7        6        7        7        7
  25   In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff                                                                                 6.78          7        7        5        5        6        8
   4   Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions                                                                                          6.72          7        6        8        6        6        7
  39   Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty Hour Reform                                                              6.71          8        9        9        3        9        6
  32   Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven QI Projects                                                                   6.67          6        6        7        7        5        6
  17   Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do                                                                                                                 6.61          6        6        9        4        8        6
  37   Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training                                                                                                       6.50          6        9        6        7        7        8
  53   Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of Scholarship                                                                      6.47          5        9        6        4        3        6
  54   Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?                                                                                                                6.41          8        6        7        5        8        5
  14   Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate Medical Education                                                                  6.33          8        6        6        5        6        7
  38   Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision                                                                                                                                    6.33          7        9        7        4        4        7
  23   Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the Quality of Care                                                         6.22          5        8        6        6        6        5
  22   Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum                                                                                                   6.17          7        7        6        5        7        7
   2   A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills                                                                                                                     6.11          4        7        6        8        5        7
  21   How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical Home Model                                                                    6.11          6        6        9        4        4        8
  48   Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve Continuity of Care                                                               6.11          6        9        6        5        8        6
  52   Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects                                                                               6.11          5        6        7        4        8        6
  55   Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum                                                                                                                  6.11          6        9        5        4        3        7
   3   A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in Internal Medicine                                                              6.06          7        8        4        5        7        5
  46   Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA                                                                             6.06          4        8        6        4        5        7
  19   Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the Resident Level                                                             5.94          4        6        5        6        4        6
  56   Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident                                                                                                           5.89          7        5        4        5        2        7
  58   Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered Ambulatory Settings                                                                 5.89          5        4        6        6        3        6
   1   A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective                                                                                                                     5.78          4        4        7        8        8        7
  36   Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards                                                                                                              5.78          5        4        7        5        6        7
  43   Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module                                                                                        5.76          7        9        4        6        4        7
   6   Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?                                                                                                 5.67          6        6        6        9        3        6
  28   Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to Medical Education                                                                 5.67          7        4        3        8        4        7
  27   Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home                                                                               5.61          5        4        7        5        4        6
  34   Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers                                                                                                                           5.61          7        6        3        6        3        6
  51   VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident Education                                                                     5.61          6        5        6        3        6        5
  31   Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way                                                                                 5.56          6        4        5        6        4        5
  41   Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias                                                                                                   5.53          8        7        6        6        3        5
  29   Medical Education: The Next Generation                                                                                                                                       5.50          7        4        5        7        3        5
  13   Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based Assessment                                                                            5.47          6        5        3        3        3        6
  15   Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents                                                                                         5.44          7        5        7        5        4        5
   7   Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of Internal Medicine Residency Program Directors                                    5.11          5        4        4        4        5        5
  20   Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!                                                                                                                                          5.06          5        7        4        6        5        5
  24   Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and Providing Verbal, Followed by Written Feedback                                 5.06          4        7        3        6        3        5
  45   The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation                                                                                          4.83          6        5        3        3        2        5
  50   Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills                                                                             4.76          5        5        3        3        3        4
  33   Osteopaths—The Other American Grads                                                                                                                                          4.53          7        3        3        2        4       N/A
   9   Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting                                                                                                                                     4.39          5        5        3        5        2        4
  49   Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share                                                                                     4.22          5        8        3        4        2        3
  57   Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare                                                                                                                            4.00          4        3        3        5        2        6
  42   Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques                                                                                                                 3.83          4        5        3        5        3        6
  35   Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in Internal Medicine Trainees                                                   3.67          4        2        4        7        3        3
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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the pro
concrete deliverables for participants.

    Workshop Title
    A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective
    A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills
    A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in Internal Medicin
    Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions
    Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional
    Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?
    Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of Internal Medicine
    Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists
    Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting
    Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills Training
    Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality
    Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients, Residents, a
    Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based Assessment
    Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate Medical Educatio
    Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
    Developing the Independent Learner
    Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do
    Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two Examples from the Tr
    Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the Resident Level
    Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!
    How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical Home Model
    Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum
    Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the Quality of C
    Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and Providing Verbal, F
    In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff
    Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care
    Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home
    Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to Medical Education
    Medical Education: The Next Generation
Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules
Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way
Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven QI Projects
Osteopaths—The Other American Grads
Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers
Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in Internal Med
Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards
Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training
Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision
Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty Hour Reform
Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills
Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias
Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques
Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module
Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital Admission to Ou
The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation
Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA
Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate Medical Education
Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve Continuity of Car
Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share
Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills
VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident Education
Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects
Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of Scholarship
Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?
Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident
Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare
Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered Ambulatory Settings
ld take into account the proposals‘ originality, quality, potential interest to the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and



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he proposals‘ originality, quality, potential interest to the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and



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              Not all residents know they wish to do hospital medicine at the beginning of residency. Too narrowly focused.
              No feedback from their Chiefs regarding outcomes. Should this workshop be offered at Chiefs meeting?
              Might serve as template for mentoring programs in general
              Very important topic. Generalizable to all programs.
              Any attempt to codify professionalism is welcome.
              Great topic, but abstract is vague.
              Report of a survey. Does not appear very helpful.
              Intriguing. Would invite them to present twice.
              Might be helpful.
              Seems like a thoroughly prepared topic.
              Ask presenters to include the Milestones in the workshop.
              Very important topic. Good to hear what the EIPs are doing.
              Not sure what is so "novel."
              Very important topic. Presenters have experiences to share.
              Important topic from both community and university programs.
              Active versus passive learning.
              Has been done before but is an important topic.
              But does anyone use the curriculum?
              Too narrow a topic.
              Sounds like a Firm System only 40 years later.
              Important topic.
              Seems quite practical.
              Nice, but done in places already.
              No form attached. No outcomes mentioned.
              Sounds good, but would make it less interactive.
              Extremely important and timely.
              A bit too ambitious.
              Rather innovative. Might want more didactics.
              Important regarding communication.
Important issue
Although important, not much new.
Discusses actual projects. Important.
Need to hear the DO hx and philosophy.
Important to members. Invite to give twice.
190%?. Little new information
Another firm system.
How applicable? Residents do what subspecialists tell them.
Sounds intriguing.
Important topic. Ask presenters to make more didactic.
Is this applicable to small groups? Important topic.
After all, internists are supposed to think.
Do Derm as outpatient experience.
Web-based learning from home.
Important topic. Encourage less interactive.
Would have rated higher if more detail had been submitted.
Nothing new.
Has been well received in the past.
Another PCMH. Seems good.
Is it generalizable beyond Cerner system?
Not very exciting because not enough detail presented.
Again, important topic but decrease interactive parts.
Might be useful.
Not sure how usefule since specific content is not mentioned.
Very imp for residents. Make less interactive. Invite to present twice.
Important topic, but make less interactive.
A "must" topic. Invite to present twice.
Incomplete abstract
Intriguing concept, but insufficient detail provided.
2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the pro
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

    Workshop Title
    A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective
    A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills
    A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in Internal Medicin
    Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions
    Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional
    Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?
    Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of Internal Medicine
    Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists
    Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting
    Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills Training
    Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality
    Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients, Residents, a
    Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based Assessment
    Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate Medical Educatio
    Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
    Developing the Independent Learner
    Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do
    Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two Examples from the Tr
    Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the Resident Level
    Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!
    How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical Home Model
    Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum
    Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the Quality of C
    Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and Providing Verbal, F
    In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff
    Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care
    Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home
    Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to Medical Education
    Medical Education: The Next Generation
Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules
Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way
Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven QI Projects
Osteopaths—The Other American Grads
Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers
Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in Internal Med
Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards
Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training
Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision
Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty Hour Reform
Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills
Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias
Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques
Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module
Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital Admission to Ou
The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation
Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA
Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate Medical Education
Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve Continuity of Car
Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share
Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills
VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident Education
Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects
Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of Scholarship
Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?
Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident
Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare
Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered Ambulatory Settings
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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the pro
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

    Workshop Title
    A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective
    A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills
    A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in Internal Medicin
    Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions
    Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional
    Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?
    Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of Internal Medicine
    Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists
    Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting
    Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills Training
    Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality
    Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients, Residents, a
    Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based Assessment
    Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate Medical Educatio
    Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
    Developing the Independent Learner
    Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do
    Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two Examples from the Tr
    Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the Resident Level
    Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!
    How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical Home Model
    Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum
    Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the Quality of C
    Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and Providing Verbal, F
    In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff
    Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care
    Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home
    Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to Medical Education
    Medical Education: The Next Generation
Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules
Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way
Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven QI Projects
Osteopaths—The Other American Grads
Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers
Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in Internal Med
Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards
Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training
Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision
Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty Hour Reform
Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills
Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias
Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques
Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module
Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital Admission to Ou
The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation
Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA
Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate Medical Education
Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve Continuity of Car
Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share
Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills
VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident Education
Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects
Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of Scholarship
Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?
Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident
Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare
Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered Ambulatory Settings
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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined

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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the pro
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined

    Workshop Title
    A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective
    A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills
    A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in Internal Medicin
    Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions
    Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional
    Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?
    Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of Internal Medicine
    Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists
    Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting
    Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills Training
    Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality
    Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients, Residents, a
    Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based Assessment
    Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate Medical Educatio
    Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
    Developing the Independent Learner
    Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do
    Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two Examples from the Tr
    Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the Resident Level
    Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!
    How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical Home Model
    Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum
    Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the Quality of C
    Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and Providing Verbal, F
    In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff
    Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care
    Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home
    Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to Medical Education
    Medical Education: The Next Generation
Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules
Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way
Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven QI Projects
Osteopaths—The Other American Grads
Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers
Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in Internal Med
Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards
Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training
Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision
Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty Hour Reform
Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills
Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias
Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques
Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module
Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital Admission to Ou
The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation
Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA
Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate Medical Education
Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve Continuity of Car
Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share
Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills
VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident Education
Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects
Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of Scholarship
Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?
Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident
Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare
Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered Ambulatory Settings
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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
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the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the pro
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

    Workshop Title
    A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective
    A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills
    A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in Internal Medicin
    Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions
    Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional
    Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?
    Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of Internal Medicine
    Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists
    Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting
    Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills Training
    Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality
    Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients, Residents, a
    Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based Assessment
    Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate Medical Educatio
    Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
    Developing the Independent Learner
    Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do
    Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two Examples from the Tr
    Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the Resident Level
    Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!
    How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical Home Model
    Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum
    Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the Quality of C
    Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and Providing Verbal, F
    In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff
    Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care
    Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home
    Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to Medical Education
    Medical Education: The Next Generation
Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules
Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way
Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven QI Projects
Osteopaths—The Other American Grads
Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers
Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in Internal Med
Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards
Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training
Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision
Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty Hour Reform
Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills
Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias
Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques
Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module
Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital Admission to Ou
The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation
Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA
Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate Medical Education
Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve Continuity of Car
Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share
Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills
VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident Education
Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects
Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of Scholarship
Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?
Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident
Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare
Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered Ambulatory Settings
ld take into account the proposals‘ originality, quality, potential interest to



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                         8            relevant to many programs
                         5            overlap with CR course
                         7            more university based
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                         8            need these tools
                         3            not unique
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                         8            unique, fun
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                         7            good tools
                         7            eip
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                         8            practical
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                         4            PCMH
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                         6            handoffs
                         7            discharge planning
                         4            requires a PCMH
                         4            interesting
                         3            not unique
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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the pro
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

    Workshop Title
    A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective
    A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills
    A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in Internal Medicin
    Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions
    Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional
    Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?
    Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of Internal Medicine
    Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists
    Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting
    Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills Training
    Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality
    Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients, Residents, a
    Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based Assessment
    Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate Medical Educatio
    Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
    Developing the Independent Learner
    Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do
    Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two Examples from the Tr
    Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the Resident Level
    Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!
    How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical Home Model
    Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum
    Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the Quality of C
    Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and Providing Verbal, F
    In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff
    Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care
    Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home
    Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to Medical Education
    Medical Education: The Next Generation
Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules
Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way
Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven QI Projects
Osteopaths—The Other American Grads
Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers
Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in Internal Med
Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards
Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training
Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision
Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty Hour Reform
Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills
Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias
Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques
Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module
Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital Admission to Ou
The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation
Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA
Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate Medical Education
Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve Continuity of Car
Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share
Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills
VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident Education
Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects
Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of Scholarship
Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?
Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident
Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare
Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered Ambulatory Settings
ld take into account the proposals‘ originality, quality, potential interest to



                Overall Score                      Comments
                         7            Put the word "Hospitalist" in the title
                         7            Should be popular
                         5            More of mentoring workshop
                         7            Ambulatory PI- may be popular
                         7            Good professionalism w/s
                        5.5           Should be more about teaching about bedside teaching
                         5            Should define behavioral medicine
                         8            May be very interesting
                         4            Better as a poster
                         7            Seems well researched- Choose either 10 or 13
                         8            LMT model- EIP; should be presented
                         8            EIP- ambulatory; should be presented
                         6            Not very novel. Either 10 or 13
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                         5            Not novel
                         8            Novel EIP project/workshop
                         6            Not too novel, but helpful
                        6.5           Curriculum review- good; not novel
                         6            Good, but will appeal to a small audience
                         5            Old model. Either 20 or 36 or 36
                         8            Timely; should be presented
                         7            Focused QI workshop
                         5            Old model, but may be of some interest Either 23 or 31
                         5            Don't think 1.5 hours should be spent on this
                         8            Very good signout workshop
                         8            Excellent EIP transitions workshop
                         6
                         7            May be popular with new faculty
                         5            Don't think will be too popular
9     APDIM committee w/s- should be presented
5     W/S Not very well described- Either 23 or 31
6     QI by example
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6     Stress reduction. May be popular
3     Doesn't sound like an appropriate workshop
6.5   EIP- better than #20
8     Very good leadership w/s
7     Supervision- very timely
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7     Very good faculty development
5     Probably good, but don't know how popular
6     Novel approach to derm teaching
7     good outpatient w/s
6     Good transitions w/s
5     Interesting concept, but ?popular
6.5   Very practical
9     Definitely should be presented
6     EIP and PCMH but unclear goals of w/s
3     Audience too limited
4     Not novel
5     Interesting concept but not well articulated
6     Good EIP project, may be too much material to present
6     Good intro workshop
5     LOR intro w/s
7     Solid EBM w/s
7     Good and helpful
6     Could be good
6     Interesting but don't know how popular
2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
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the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the pro
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

    Workshop Title
    A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective
    A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills
    A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in Internal Medicin
    Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions
    Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional
    Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?
    Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of Internal Medicine
    Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists
    Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting
    Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills Training
    Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality
    Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients, Residents, a
    Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based Assessment
    Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate Medical Educatio
    Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
    Developing the Independent Learner
    Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do
    Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two Examples from the Tr
    Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the Resident Level
    Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!
    How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical Home Model
    Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum
    Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the Quality of C
    Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and Providing Verbal, F
    In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff
    Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care
    Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home
    Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to Medical Education
    Medical Education: The Next Generation
Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules
Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way
Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven QI Projects
Osteopaths—The Other American Grads
Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers
Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in Internal Med
Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards
Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training
Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision
Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty Hour Reform
Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills
Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias
Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques
Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module
Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital Admission to Ou
The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation
Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA
Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate Medical Education
Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve Continuity of Car
Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share
Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills
VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident Education
Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects
Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of Scholarship
Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?
Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident
Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare
Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered Ambulatory Settings
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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the pro
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

    Workshop Title
    A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective
    A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills
    A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in Internal Medicin
    Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions
    Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional
    Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?
    Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of Internal Medicine
    Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists
    Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting
    Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills Training
    Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality
    Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients, Residents, a
    Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based Assessment
    Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate Medical Educatio
    Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
    Developing the Independent Learner
    Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do
    Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two Examples from the Tr
    Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the Resident Level
    Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!
    How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical Home Model
    Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum
    Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the Quality of C
    Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and Providing Verbal, F
    In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff
    Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care
    Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home
    Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to Medical Education
    Medical Education: The Next Generation
Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules
Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way
Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven QI Projects
Osteopaths—The Other American Grads
Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers
Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in Internal Med
Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards
Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training
Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision
Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty Hour Reform
Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills
Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias
Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques
Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module
Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital Admission to Ou
The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation
Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA
Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate Medical Education
Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve Continuity of Car
Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share
Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills
VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident Education
Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects
Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of Scholarship
Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?
Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident
Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare
Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered Ambulatory Settings
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the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the pro
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

    Workshop Title
    A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective
    A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills
    A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in Internal Medicin
    Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions
    Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional
    Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?
    Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of Internal Medicine
    Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists
    Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting
    Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills Training
    Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality
    Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients, Residents, a
    Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based Assessment
    Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate Medical Educatio
    Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
    Developing the Independent Learner
    Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do
    Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two Examples from the Tr
    Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the Resident Level
    Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!
    How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical Home Model
    Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum
    Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the Quality of C
    Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and Providing Verbal, F
    In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff
    Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care
    Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home
    Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to Medical Education
    Medical Education: The Next Generation
Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules
Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way
Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven QI Projects
Osteopaths—The Other American Grads
Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers
Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in Internal Med
Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards
Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training
Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision
Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty Hour Reform
Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills
Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias
Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques
Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module
Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital Admission to Ou
The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation
Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA
Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate Medical Education
Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve Continuity of Car
Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share
Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills
VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident Education
Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects
Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of Scholarship
Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?
Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident
Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare
Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered Ambulatory Settings
ld take into account the proposals‘ originality, quality, potential interest to



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                         6            Confused what they are actually offering, what's in their "toolkit"?
                         5
                         7            Will be of great interest to large university-based programs, smaller community-based programs likely won't
                         7            suspect this would be widely attended
                         6            Not novel but common issue with which PDs struggle, folks would attend this
                         6            suspect younger apds and faculty might attend to improve their bedside skills, suspect more senior faculty a
                         5            This may be of high interest to a limited number of attendees, not something that we see frequently
                         8            A+ for novel, cool idea, not sure if anything tangible would come from it, but they certainly peaked my interes
                         3            Desciption was far too brief to ascertain what they are going to discuss and how. Seems like they just want t
                         6            Sounds very bob arnold and missy mcneil; they are usually quite good at this. Certainly not novel, but facilita
                                attended their so not that the last
nded their same workshop once Ior twice before,workshop atnovel) apdim and it was interesting, this description didn't sound too different f
                         8            Will be of high interest to PDs and ambulatory apds.
                         6            Will be of high interest to a limited number of folks, overall struck me as less novel and interesting than othe
                         7            Nice opportunity for faculty development, teaching the more difficulty competencies, a good track record. W
                         6            Important topic, expertise not available at all programs, likely worthwhile--especially with approaches from 2
                         8            Sounds very high yield, novel, great faculty development
                        6.5           This will likely be of great interest to those without a research background who are required to produce scho
o Examples from the Trenches
                         5            Will be of interest to programs looking to expand or initiate global health education. Have other global health
                         5            Certainly not novel, though it's nice to actually see data that suggests it's financially smart rather than just co
                         6            definitely a hot topic, anything on ambulatory redesign is likely to be a hit
                         6            With increasing QI requirements, I suspect many programs will be looking for faculty development and ideas
                        5.6           SBP is a hot topic and this will likely be of interest. Idea is not novel, but implementation method might be
                         3            Can't see an entire workshop on an evaluation form for resident presentations. Would work better as an abs
                        5.5           Always a topic of interest, we presented a nearly identical workshop to this last year, sign-out discussions ar
                         8            High yield workshop, clear teaching tools and deliverables
                         7            Take home seems like just a list of geriatrics topics without real practical implementation tips. Might rely too
                         7            Creative idea, hard to know if it will actually fly or be useful, but worth giving them a shot
                        5.5           Generational discussions are always interesting. Not likely to be many "take home" deliverables, but likely w
                   7     High yield, high interest
                   6     QI ws's will be of broad interest. MDR less novel and likely less generalizable across programs.
                   6     Difficult to gather whether it will be more sharing what they've done or teaching participants a process that c
                   5     Not sure this has been done before, likely of interest to those who'd like to attract more DO's
                   7     Might be cheesy, but if it's good, clearly we could all benefit!
                   2.5   would fit better as an abstract, doesn't look to have the makings of a workshop
                   6     Would be well-attended, Cinci has good track record of novel approaches within the EIP, difficult to generali
                   6     interesting, likely of interest, not novel, but useful faculty devleopment on teaching and evaluating leadership
                   7     suspect this would be widely attended
                   5     Will be of high interest to university programs, they are upfront that workshop will not be relevant to smaller
                   6     Great opportunity for faculty development. Certainly not novel, but pertinent skills and interactive teaching m
                   6     Interesting, higher level, would give it a shot and see what the feedback shows
                   5     Narrow scope, but certainly a real problem at many academic centers, not sure how generalizable it will be,


                   6.5   Hot topic, would be well attended
                   5.5   Interesting idea, not sure if folks would be interested in this or not
                   6     Not novel but common issue with which PDs struggle, folks would attend this
                   6     Highly attended session at SGIM, would be novel in the apdim setting, I see it more as part of a plenary sess
                   6     Folks would definitely attend this
                   5

                   5     SP workshops are always interesting, but issues often come down to funding as far as applicability to attend
                   5     Will be of great interest to programs with a VA

                   5.5   Folks would definitely attend this
m of Scholarship


                   5.5   High yield for folks looking to improve their EBM curriculum, nice faculty development session despite not be
                   7     Will be of high interest, not clear that there will be a take-home, but rather an interesting discussion. Folks w
                   3     Not enough detail to ascertain what the workshop entails, is it interactive, what are the take home points? I'd
                   6.5   interesting, thought-provoking
based programs likely won't have the resources or faculty to implement. Imagine this would be well-attended.




uspect more senior faculty and PDs are less likely to attend this
 t we see frequently
  certainly peaked my interest enough to attend and see
  Seems like they just want to tell us about how they spiced up their board review. Might be better for a poster or oral abstract rather than a w
ertainly not novel, but facilitators seem skilled and likely can give tangible faculty development in facilitating/teaching communication skills
n didn't sound too different from their prior presentation. I think it would be attended.


vel and interesting than others
 ies, a good track record. Would rate this highly.
 ally with approaches from 2 places


 re required to produce scholarship. Would be highly attended.


on. Have other global health workshops been well-attended in the past?
ally smart rather than just convenient. Seems like data could be best presented as a poster or oral abstract, but I imagine it would be well-atte


 culty development and ideas in this area
entation method might be
Would work better as an abstract.
 ear, sign-out discussions are always key at chief meetings as well.


 entation tips. Might rely too much on audience to build curricula rather than having the "experts" walk them through. This might actually be T


me" deliverables, but likely will provide an interesting and thought-provoking discussion. It would be really neat to somehow link these folks wh
ross programs.
 articipants a process that can be implemented back home




 the EIP, difficult to generalize given their giant grants to implement new processes, but always fun to hear about
g and evaluating leadership


l not be relevant to smaller programs and non-university programs, it's not collaborative or inter-institutional. Nevertheless, it's a current topic
s and interactive teaching modality. Great for a workshop.


how generalizable it will be, but likely will draw some interest.




ore as part of a plenary session than a workshop, but might think about doing something like this yearly




far as applicability to attendees, suspect a hand full of folks would attend




ment session despite not being novel
eresting discussion. Folks will attend.
re the take home points? I'd probably rate this low as it's not clearly set up to be a workshop
oster or oral abstract rather than a workshop. 90 minutes is too long for their story.
ng/teaching communication skills




act, but I imagine it would be well-attended as folks would be interested how they achieved buy-in to pilot the process, how they handled situa




em through. This might actually be TOO interactive


 neat to somehow link these folks who want to adjust their teaching styles to the new generation of learners with the folks who want to teach
onal. Nevertheless, it's a current topic and will likely attract a relevant crowd.
t the process, how they handled situations of capped rooms (ie 5th floor admitting, but only have beds on 8th floor, etc).




ners with the folks who want to teach us how to get learners to take a more active role in adjusting their learning styles and take more respon
n 8th floor, etc).




earning styles and take more responsibility for their own education. Would be a cool point/counterpoint
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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the pro
objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

    Workshop Title
    A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective
    A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills
    A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in Internal Medicin
    Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions
    Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional
    Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?
    Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of Internal Medicine
    Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists
    Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting
    Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills Training
    Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality
    Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients, Residents, a
    Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based Assessment
    Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate Medical Educatio
    Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
    Developing the Independent Learner
    Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do
    Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two Examples from the Tr
    Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the Resident Level
    Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!
    How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical Home Model
    Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum
    Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the Quality of C
    Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and Providing Verbal, F
    In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff
    Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care
    Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home
    Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to Medical Education
    Medical Education: The Next Generation
    Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules
    Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way
    Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven QI Projects
    Osteopaths—The Other American Grads
    Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers
    Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in Internal Med
    Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards
    Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training
    Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision
    Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty Hour Reform
    Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills
    Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias
    Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques
    Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module
    Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital Admission to Ou
    The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation
    Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA
Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate Medical Education
Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve Continuity of Car
Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share
Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills
VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident Education
Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects
Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of Scholarship
Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?
Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident
Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare
Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered Ambulatory Settings
ld take into account the proposals‘ originality, quality, potential interest to the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined


              Overall Score                                      Comments
                   5             Not clear that this addresses a high priority problem
                   7             I would go to this
                   6             May not appeal to all but an attractive faculty development theme
                   8             QI - always in demand
                   8             Similar topic last year well-attended
                   8             A personal favorite - maybe a retro theme with some workshops?
                   7
                   8             Great idea, also in use at Sinai and Brown
                   7             enticing - I'd like to see more detail; maybe for chief conference?
                   6
                   8             lmt has been done before but promotes much discussion
                   9             Ambulatory & innovative approaches, good detail
                   7             Like the rater training - can be used in other settings
                   5             description does not reflect innovative approach
                   5             narrow focus
                   6
                   8             will be popular choice
                   9             this is a well-described methodical proposal for improving something we all need to do
                  n/a             if chosen, would be good for main meeting or chief resident conference
                   9             holy grail; interested to hear how they did it
                   8
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                   8             interdisciplinary rounds - unique in the group
                   6
                   7             need 1-2 sign out session
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                   9             will be popular choice
                   8             Retro
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                   8             changing systems within institutions always gives some manner of idea for attendees; seems well-o
                   7             good topic; unique in this group
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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the pro
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

    Workshop Title
    A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective
    A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills
    A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in Internal Medicin
    Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions
    Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional
    Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?
    Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of Internal Medicine
    Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists
    Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting
    Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills Training
    Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality
    Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients, Residents, a
    Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based Assessment
    Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate Medical Educatio
    Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
    Developing the Independent Learner
    Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do
    Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two Examples from the Tr
    Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the Resident Level
    Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!
    How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical Home Model
    Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum
    Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the Quality of C
    Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and Providing Verbal, F
    In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff
    Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care
    Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home
    Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to Medical Education
    Medical Education: The Next Generation
Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules
Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way
Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven QI Projects
Osteopaths—The Other American Grads
Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers
Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in Internal Med
Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards
Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training
Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision
Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty Hour Reform
Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills
Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias
Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques
Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module
Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital Admission to Ou
The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation
Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA
Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate Medical Education
Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve Continuity of Car
Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share
Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills
VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident Education
Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects
Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of Scholarship
Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?
Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident
Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare
Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered Ambulatory Settings
ld take into account the proposals‘ originality, quality, potential interest to



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6   Perhaps not of wide interest but an important topic.
5   Important topic, but not described in enough detail.
4   This sounds like a description of a facet of their program. Perhaps more appropriate as a poster presentatio
6   Has potential.
7   Very relevant but sounds like it is mostly didactic. Not clear on what the interactive portion is.
8   Very relevant. Good deliverables
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3   I didn't understand what was supposed to happen in this workshop. The deliverable is a powerpoint.
4   Not sure it is of wide interest.
5   Seems to be of interest. Not entirely sure how the execution is going to work.
8   Very relevant. Great deliverables. Looks interactive. First time presenters.
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7   Relevant. Seems well organized.
7   Extremely interesting topic. Sounds like a didactic session. Not sure how 60% is going to be interactive, but
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9   Novel, EIP, well thought out.
iate as a poster presentation. We have had fantastic workshops on this before, and this doesn't seem to be in the same league.




ble is a powerpoint.




going to be interactive, but sounds good.
o be in the same league.
2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
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the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the pro
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

    Workshop Title
    A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective
    A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills
    A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in Internal Medicin
    Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions
    Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional
    Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?
    Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of Internal Medicine
    Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists
    Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting
    Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills Training
    Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality
    Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients, Residents, a
    Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based Assessment
    Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate Medical Educatio
    Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
    Developing the Independent Learner
    Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do
    Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two Examples from the Tr
    Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the Resident Level
    Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!
    How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical Home Model
    Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum
    Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the Quality of C
    Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and Providing Verbal, F
    In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff
    Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care
    Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home
    Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to Medical Education
    Medical Education: The Next Generation
Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules
Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way
Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven QI Projects
Osteopaths—The Other American Grads
Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers
Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in Internal Med
Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards
Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training
Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision
Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty Hour Reform
Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills
Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias
Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques
Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module
Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital Admission to Ou
The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation
Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA
Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate Medical Education
Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve Continuity of Car
Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share
Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills
VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident Education
Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects
Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of Scholarship
Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?
Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident
Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare
Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered Ambulatory Settings
ld take into account the proposals‘ originality, quality, potential interest to



                Overall Score                      Comments
                         7
                         4
                         5
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                         8
                         4            Not very unique, vague
                         5
                         7            very unique, but will if fill 90 min?
                         3            not much substance
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                         6            presented several times before
                         7
                         4            potentially expensive and difficult to implement
                         7
                         3            will not have broad appeal
                         8
                         6
                         6
                         5            may not be easily doable at other hospitals
                         2            very institution specific
                         6            PCMH is a hot topic
                         7
                         4
                         3            No take home tools
                         5
                         7            hot topic
                         3
                         3            might be interesting; description vague
                         7
6     will overlap with HDTDT & forum by application. Sponsored by Accreditation Committee
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4     PCMH topic, again, not as good as others
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5     good topic, but is it interactive?
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2     Not clear how workshop will be run
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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the pro
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

    Workshop Title
    A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective
    A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills
    A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in Internal Medicin
    Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions
    Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional
    Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?
    Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of Internal Medicine
    Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists
    Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting
    Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills Training
    Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality
    Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients, Residents, a
    Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based Assessment
    Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate Medical Educatio
    Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
    Developing the Independent Learner
    Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do
    Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two Examples from the Tr
    Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the Resident Level
    Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!
    How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical Home Model
    Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum
    Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the Quality of C
    Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and Providing Verbal, F
    In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff
    Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care
    Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home
    Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to Medical Education
    Medical Education: The Next Generation
Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules
Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way
Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven QI Projects
Osteopaths—The Other American Grads
Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers
Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in Internal Med
Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards
Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training
Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision
Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty Hour Reform
Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills
Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias
Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques
Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module
Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital Admission to Ou
The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation
Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA
Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate Medical Education
Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve Continuity of Car
Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share
Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills
VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident Education
Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects
Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of Scholarship
Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?
Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident
Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare
Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered Ambulatory Settings
ld take into account the proposals‘ originality, quality, potential interest to



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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the pro
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

    Workshop Title
    A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective
    A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills
    A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in Internal Medicin
    Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions
    Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional
    Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?
    Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of Internal Medicine
    Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists
    Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting
    Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills Training
    Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality
    Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients, Residents, a
    Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based Assessment
    Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate Medical Educatio
    Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
    Developing the Independent Learner
    Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do
    Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two Examples from the Tr
    Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the Resident Level
    Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!
    How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical Home Model
    Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum
    Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the Quality of C
    Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and Providing Verbal, F
    In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff
    Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care
    Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home
    Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to Medical Education
    Medical Education: The Next Generation
Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules
Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way
Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven QI Projects
Osteopaths—The Other American Grads
Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers
Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in Internal Med
Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards
Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training
Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision
Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty Hour Reform
Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills
Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias
Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques
Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module
Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital Admission to Ou
The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation
Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA
Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate Medical Education
Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve Continuity of Car
Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share
Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills
VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident Education
Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects
Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of Scholarship
Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?
Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident
Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare
Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered Ambulatory Settings
ld take into account the proposals‘ originality, quality, potential interest to



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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the pro
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

    Workshop Title
    A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective
    A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills
    A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in Internal Medicin
    Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions
    Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional
    Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?
    Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of Internal Medicine
    Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists
    Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting
    Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills Training
    Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality
    Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients, Residents, a
    Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based Assessment
    Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate Medical Educatio
    Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
    Developing the Independent Learner
    Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do
    Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two Examples from the Tr
    Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the Resident Level
    Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!
    How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical Home Model
    Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum
    Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the Quality of C
    Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and Providing Verbal, F
    In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff
    Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care
    Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home
    Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to Medical Education
    Medical Education: The Next Generation
Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules
Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way
Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven QI Projects
Osteopaths—The Other American Grads
Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers
Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in Internal Med
Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards
Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training
Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision
Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty Hour Reform
Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills
Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias
Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques
Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module
Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital Admission to Ou
The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation
Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA
Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate Medical Education
Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve Continuity of Car
Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share
Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills
VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident Education
Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects
Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of Scholarship
Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?
Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident
Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare
Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered Ambulatory Settings
ld take into account the proposals‘ originality, quality, potential interest to



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                         5            Not new, not focused
                         6            Not new, limited appeal
                         7            Very important to AAIM strat goals but limited appeal
                         8            Wide interest timely
                         7            Old subj, new approach
                         6            Wide appeal, not clear that this is an original approach
                         8            Seems like it is well organized and uses data generated from membership
                         8            fascinating topic, if well presented will be a hit
                         8            Will have broad appeal but difficult to imagine that new material is available
                         9            Excellent at all levels, broad appeal excellent take home skills
                         8            Addresses Strategic goals well conceptualized
                         9            Timely, practical important, multicentered
                         5            Not novel, not accessable to most programs
                         8            potentially interesting approach to timely issue, unclear if it can be generalized
                        7.5           Useful, likely to be implementable if desired, unclear if broadly appealing
                         8            interesting, potentially useful
                        7.5           How can this be accomplished without a specific preconceived research question and an IRB
                        8.5           Very important topic with pratical approach
                         8            Sounds like a well organized approach to a novel topic but limited appeal
                         6            Everyone knows that geographically based teams are better for care and education. Getting the hospital to
                         8            If used can be transformative to IM training programs
                        6.5           Hard to say if this would have appeal. Interesting but not enough in this description to support strongly
                        8.5           Powerful concept, well planned workshop
                         5            Small scale concept with limited usefllness
                         9            Very important idea from a strong faculty
                         6            Although probably useful it is hard to see how a system where one in 6 patients is readmitted within 30 days
                         9            Combines Geri training with APCMH with a well defined set of goals
                         8            Interesting approach to a less well known skill set
                         6            We've seen this before. Not new, not interactive
 6     Better for a HDTDT session
8.5    The better version of #20 and #26
 9     Practical and broad spectrum look at an imprtant topic
 5     Not necessary
 9     Needed, a welcome break from the usual
 5     Not really new anymore
 8     Combines several well known methods into a single worksop. Ambitious timeframe to complete but might b
7.5    Better than other proposals on a similar theme but not enough there there to use unless we have the space
7.5    Could be fun. Could fall flat
 8     Needed intructions to get programs that are behind in this area
8.5    I like this one even more than the K-12 one
7.75   Very nice proposal, may not be as popular as others would be good if we have the space
5.5    Cute idea but not accessible to many and depends on a partipant having a skin lesion htye are willing to sha
7.5    Is this how Hopkins modules got started? Would be helpful if there is room
 9     Super important and very well organized. Looks better than #26
 6     Great workshop but better for CDIM than APDIM
 5     Good luck. When I did this workshop not a single person showed up
 9     Very popular and needed new additin
 7     Not as exciting sounding as #21 but good
 6     May not have broad appeal but will one day
 6     While this is a great way to do assessments, it is still out of reach for ost programs. Also cannot ignore the la
8.5    The third and best of these
 7     Better proposal than #22 but still not practical for many programs. May be worth hearing about
7.5    This is like meta-analysis. Scholarship about scolarship. Bravo
 9     Toward a more common language for LORs
 7     EBM an oldie but a goodie
 8     Useful for junior faculty
 5     The least well worked out proposal of this kind
8.5    A popular topic. This one looks like it will be fun and likely a popular workshop
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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the pro
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

    Workshop Title
    A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective
    A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills
    A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in Internal Medicin
    Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions
    Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional
    Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?
    Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of Internal Medicine
    Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists
    Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting
    Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills Training
    Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality
    Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients, Residents, a
    Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based Assessment
    Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate Medical Educatio
    Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
    Developing the Independent Learner
    Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do
    Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two Examples from the Tr
    Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the Resident Level
    Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!
    How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical Home Model
    Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum
    Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the Quality of C
    Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and Providing Verbal, F
    In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff
    Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care
    Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home
    Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to Medical Education
    Medical Education: The Next Generation
Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules
Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way
Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven QI Projects
Osteopaths—The Other American Grads
Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers
Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in Internal Med
Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards
Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training
Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision
Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty Hour Reform
Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills
Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias
Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques
Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module
Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital Admission to Ou
The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation
Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA
Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate Medical Education
Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve Continuity of Car
Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share
Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills
VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident Education
Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects
Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of Scholarship
Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?
Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident
Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare
Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered Ambulatory Settings
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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the pro
the APDIM membership, and whether there are clearly defined objectives and concrete deliverables for participants.

    Workshop Title
    A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective
    A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills
    A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in Internal Medicin
    Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions
    Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional
    Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?
    Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of Internal Medicine
    Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists
    Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting
    Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills Training
    Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality
    Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients, Residents, a
    Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based Assessment
    Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate Medical Educatio
    Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
    Developing the Independent Learner
    Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do
    Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two Examples from the Tr
    Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the Resident Level
    Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!
    How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical Home Model
    Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum
    Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the Quality of C
    Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and Providing Verbal, F
    In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff
    Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care
    Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home
    Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to Medical Education
    Medical Education: The Next Generation
Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules
Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way
Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven QI Projects
Osteopaths—The Other American Grads
Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers
Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in Internal Med
Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards
Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training
Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision
Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty Hour Reform
Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills
Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias
Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques
Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module
Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital Admission to Ou
The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation
Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA
Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate Medical Education
Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve Continuity of Car
Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share
Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills
VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident Education
Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects
Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of Scholarship
Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?
Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident
Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare
Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered Ambulatory Settings
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concrete deliverables for participants.

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2011 APDIM Spring Meeting Workshop Review Scoresheet
Please rate workshops on a scale of one to nine (one being poor and nine being excellent). The overall scores should take into account the pro
concrete deliverables for participants.

    Workshop Title
    A Clinical Fellowship, Residency ―Track‖ and/or Elective
    A Curriculum to Develop Chief Resident Leadership Skills
    A Longitudinal, Multifaceted Approach Toward Stimulating Early Academic Career Development in
    Internal Medicine
    Ambulatory Care Practice Improvement for Residents: Tools, Challenges and Solutions
    Approaches to the Unprofessional Professional
    Bedside Teaching is Fun, So Why is Clinical Teaching Occurring in Corridors?
    Behavioral Medicine Curriculum Development: Strategies and Insights from a Recent Survey of
    Internal Medicine Residency Program Directors
    Beyond Observation: What Clinicians Can Learn from Master Artists
    Board Review: How to Keep It Interesting
    Challenging Conversations: Role Play as a Technique for IM Residency Communication Skills
    Training
    Competency-Based Progression: Concept to Reality
    Continuity Clinic Redesign: How to Use the New ACGME Program Requirements to Benefit Patients,
    Residents, and Faculty
    Design and Implementation of a Novel Standardized Patient Program for Competency-Based
    Assessment
    Designing a Resident Assistance Program–20 Years of Experience in Enhancing Post Graduate
    Medical Education
    Developing and Teaching a Palliative Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents
    Developing the Independent Learner
    Everyday Medical Education Research: How to Study What We Do
    Global and Individualized Approaches to Annual Curriculum Development and Review: Two
    Examples from the Trenches
    Global Health in Resident Education: Models and Practical Tips for Global Health Education at the
    Resident Level
    Happy Housestaff, Happy Hospital!!!
    How to Perform Residency Ambulatory Practice Transformation within he Patient Centered Medical
    Home Model
    Implementing Basic LEAN Concepts into an Already Beefy Resident Curriculum
    Implementing Structured Interdisciplinary Rounds on a Medical Inpatient Teaching Unit to Improve the
    Quality of Care
    Improving Medical Residents‘ Conference Presentation Skills Using a Brief Evaluation Tool and
    Providing Verbal, Followed by Written Feedback
    In an Era of Increasing Handoffs: Optimizing the Patient Sign-out Process amongst Housestaff
    Lost or Found in Transition: Educational Innovation for Transitions of Care
    Make It Count Twice: Implementing Geriatrics Competencies in the Patient Centered Medical Home
    Making the Most of a Learning Environment: Applying Tips and Tricks from K-12 Educators to
    Medical Education
    Medical Education: The Next Generation
Meeting the Proposed Work Environment Rules
Multidisplinary Team Building: Learning and Teaching the System Based Practice – The Old Way
Now Why Didn‘t I Think of That? A Snapshot of Both Successful and Unsuccessful Resident-Driven
QI Projects
Osteopaths—The Other American Grads
Physician Heal Thyself—Unleash Your Healing Powers
Procedural Competence and Comfort Level After Using Central Venous Line Placement Simulation in
Internal Medicine Trainees
Project RENEW: Revitalizing the Patient Experience on the Wards
Residents As Leaders: Leadership Development During Residency Training
Strategies to Improve Trainee Supervision
Tackling the Task Force: Exploring Innovative Inpatient Scheduling Strategies during a Time of Duty
Hour Reform
Teach ‗Em to Teach Like Champions: Faculty Development to Improve Teaching Skills
Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning Skills and Defeating Clinical Cognitive Bias
Teaching Inpatient Dermatology Using Telemedicine Techniques
Teaching Patient Management Between Continuity Clinic Visits Using A Web-Based Module
Teaching Residents Effective Transitions of Care: Examining the Patient Handover from Hospital
Admission to Outpatient Follow-Up
The Science of CC/HPI Data Organization and the Art of the Verbal Case Presentation
Understanding Your Obligations With Resident Disability, Maternity and Paternity Leave, and FMLA
Update in Graduate Medical Education: Systematic Literature Review of High Impact Graduate
Medical Education Research in 2010
Using Systems Based Practice to Meet the 130 : An Innovative Curriculum Designed to Improve
Continuity of Care
Using the Inpatient Cerner EHR to Teach and Learn—Tools, Templates and Workflow to Share
Utilization of Standardized Patients to Assess Internal Medicine Residents‘ Communication Skills
VA Continuity Clinics and the Patient Centered Medical Home: A Natural Laboratory for Resident
Education
Voice of the Customer: 360 Degree Evaluations for Senior Resident Quality Improvement Projects
Workshop Preparation and Presentation at a Regional or National Meeting: A Valuable Form of
Scholarship
Writing a Recommendation Letter...Is There a Recommended Way?
Developing an Integrated Evidence-Based Medicine Curriculum
Burnout, Angst, and Exhaustion – How to Deal with a Toxic Resident
Clinical Guidelines: A Tool to Quality Healthcare
Using Medical Humanities Selections to Enhance Care and Satisfaction in Patient-Centered
Ambulatory Settings
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              not well described, and perhaps a good example of "why have breakout groups," in that it's not clear
              what the small groups would accomplish that the experts couldn't do better
              shouldn't this be at the chief meeting? It's not clear that they're going to teach program directors how
              to work with their chiefs

              seems well-crafted, if not especially original. A good deliverable for sure.
              perfect - focused and relevant to competency-based educational needs
              the upside may be inspirational, but I think this group already knows bedside techniques. Preaching
              to the choir. Not helpful
              good topic, but where are they getting their 50% interactive from (based on their description)?
              maybe I'm too stiff, but this seems really hokey. Maybe good for second year med students, but to a
              group of PD's?
              good topic, not much of a description
              like it - seems to present a good review of techniques, some firm suggestions, and it's an EIP
              I'm not clear on how this is different from BayState's solo workshop last year, but to me that's a plus -
              it was the best workshop of the meeting last year
              I like the idea & it's important. The problem here is translation from EIP programs to the rest of us,
              who probably won't be allowed to implement whatever it is that's described here! Nevertheless,

              like the sound of this, and would be eager to attend the session myself
              haven't seen anything like this recently, so that's good. Likely a limited audience, but I think it would
              be valuable.
              sounds good & potentially widely applicable. In theory it would be helpful to know how their (cited)
              previous presentation was received / reviewed
              really good, especially for younger faculty with academic publishing pressures also trying to forge
              educational careers
              another good one - we're on a roll - but I worry that 75% interactive will rob the audience of what they
              came for, which is the chance to hear two contrasting systems described with a good level of detail

              sounds marginally useful - more like an abstract I'd stop & read than a long workshop
              potentially interesting and forward-thinking, though the other outpatient-based QI / improvement
              workshops sound a little better
              very jargon heavy. I am also biased by what I thought were less rewarding workshops last year on the
              LEAN model.
              potentially useful for some programs though most of us are probably already doing multidisciplinary
              rounds. A downside to this is that any multi-person developed system is inherently individualized &
              certainly not novel and maybe a little dull, though may be useful for some people
              frightfully dull - ideally, shouldn't we have the folks who did last year's highly rated session on handoffs
              do theirs again?
              sounds innovative and important. Good one.
              didn't impress me as much on first read, but actually I think this is a good plan for a useful workshop.
              Doesn't do it for me - having been reared on concepts of adult education, not kindergarten - though it
              has the advantage of being novel
              Honestly this is a particular interest of mine so I am predisposed to rating it highly - I really do think it
              is an important topic
we'll need to have at least 1 workshop like this - the description here is not especially thorough or
inspiring, but the topic is #1 for sure
I see a lot of keywords in the description that are of interest, but the scope is far too braod (at least a
day-long seminar) and the workshop is poorly described.
bumped up a notch because I'm interested in hearing about projects that initially succeeded but then
failed - a common problem
I'm not interested, but someone might be.
we all want to attend this kind of workshop if it's a good one. Most of them aren't good ones, but
probably worth having one like this on the dockett
single institution, single mannequin, simple before-and-after study. Totally uninteresting.
really don't like the look of this - even the acronym is incredibly FoRceD, and this looks like an
infomercial for the agendas of hospital administrators, not educators. Rubs me the wrong way.
I'm torn - partly I like the topic, but the description of the workshop presentation sounds as all-over-the-
place as the ACGME, which is the stated problem of the authors.
I'm interested - would really like to hear about promoting faculty buy-in of a bi-directional model


the topic is good - but what I'm interested more is the piece figuring out how to roll this out to a large &
diverse faculty.
not interested, though I can't articulate why very well.
potentially cute but narrow in focus - I'm not sure the APDIM meeting is the place for this - and the
technology is unlikely to be exportable (soon)
ok - I like the topic, but a major concern is the deliverable. The description implies that attendees will
not be allowed access to the module which has already been created, and that's what bumps this
probably one of the best of the many workshop proposals looking at transitions of care
sounds boring & better for core clerkship students
I think it's good to have some nuts & bolts logistics talks like this - will be very useful for a group of
PD's and APD's
a popular workshop every time, it seems.
probably novel & potentially interesting, though the EIP / translatability problem bothers me
only the second (that I've seen) really good nuts-and-bolts workshop, which is of interest to me as a
group of workshops
(cannot rate objectively - in direct competition with a workshop I submitted)
sounds good to me, and widely useful to programs with VA affiliations
also jargon-heavy though I get the sense this group knows what they're doing. Could be a 7
hard to rate - it's like a play about a play. Would be valuable as a faculty development tool. My
preference is for this sort of thing to be at the pre-course, but probably valuable anywhere.
a whole workshop on this? No.
good topic & hypothesis. I'm underwhelmed by the deliverable, but hopefully the attendees would take
more away.
I grade it right in the middle - great topic, but the workshop itself sounds bland and lists no deliverable
poorly described - is this an APDIM workshop or an insurer's workshop?
unique for sure, but I don't see exportability

				
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