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					                   Innovations in Medical Education
        Transforming Health Professions Education through Innovation
             Saturday and Sunday, March 12 and 13, 2011
                                                       Conference Description
There is a need for venues where senior and junior medical educators worldwide can congregate to discuss common problems in medical education,
to disseminate their research on innovations, and to gain knowledge and skills in teaching, leadership, and educational research. The journals in
medical education testify to the need for such an exchange of ideas (Academic Medicine, Teaching and Learning in Medicine, Medical Education,
and Medical Teacher for example). Medical education journal articles and editorials have stated the need for more rigorous research in medical
education.
A national survey was conducted in 2008 by the Division of Medical Education at the Keck School of Medicine to determine the training needs of
medical educators. Many of the needs reported included “how to develop competency-based curricula, how to measure the effectiveness of
educational interventions, how to succeed in academia, how to teach more effectively, applying leadership skills in medical education, use of
simulation for teaching and evaluation, how to fulfill ACGME requirements, how to teach cultural competence, and how to successfully introduce
innovations” (e.g., overcome resistance and procure funding.) These areas are well represented at our annual conferences.
Comments from previous conference attendees have included praise for the structure of the conference (“well-organized,” “interactive learning
environment,” “friendly and supportive”) as well as need for the content (“Impressed by breadth of topics in medical education,” “I will take
resources and ideas back to work, especially in the areas of patient safety”). One of the strengths of the Innovations in Medical Education conference
is it offers a supportive environment for first time presenters.
This conference will include a wide range of papers, workshops, and shared resources that advance the field of medical education and is an excellent
opportunity to join a community of educators interested in promoting innovation and change in health professions education.

                                                                  Objectives
At the conclusion of the program, the participant should be able to:
discuss, assess and report on ideas for educational innovations and discoveries about educational leadership issues;
         gain enhanced skills in specific areas of teaching, educational leadership and personal effectiveness;
 interact and collaborate with other health professions educators interested in educational reform in academic medicine and health professions
     education.

                                                               Accreditation
The Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education
(ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California designates this live activity for AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians
should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

          March 12-13, 2011 – 13 credits                 March 12, 2011 – 8 credits                 March 13, 2011 – 5 credits

The California State Board of Registered Nursing accepts courses approved for category 1 credit as meeting the continuing education requirements for
license renewal.
Disclosure
The Keck School of Medicine, Office of Continuing Medical Education of the University of Southern California relies on its CME faculty to provide
program content that is free of commercial bias. In accordance with ACCME standards, any faculty/industry relationships will be disclosed in the
conference proceedings.

                                                       Conference will include:
    Plenary Sessions
      Saturday morning and afternoon                        Sunday noon
 Presentation of Educational Innovations
     Examples:
      Enhancing teaching at all levels                     Skill development                                    Interdisciplinary education
      Enhancing doctor-patient interaction                 Cultural competence and spirituality                 Tools of medical education
 Workshops
     Participants will engage in active learning and skill acquisition. These sessions are intended to help participants gain capacity in teaching,
     evaluation, and leading.
 Poster Session
      Educational Innovations                               Descriptions of Resources
 Round Table Discussions
 Networking Opportunities
Opportunities to network with other participants will be built into the conference through plenary sessions, the poster session, and through morning
and afternoon breaks. Refreshments will be provided.
                                                         Registration Information
Date:               March 12, 2011, 7:00 - 8:00 am
                    March 13, 2011, 7:45 - 9:00 am

Location:           Foyer of the San Gabriel Ballroom
                    Hilton Pasadena Hotel
                    168 South Los Robles Avenue
                    Pasadena, California 91101
                    626-577-1000

Tuition:
           Registration received by               On-site Registration

           March 11, 2011                                   March 12-23, 2011
           March 12-13, 2011 - Includes continental breakfasts, breaks                                                    $295.00
                               $320.00
            served lunch and course syllabus. Daily parking is not included.
           March 12, 2011 - Includes continental breakfast, breaks                                                        $175.00
                                         $200.00
           served lunch and course syllabus. Daily parking is not included.
           March 13, 2011 – Includes buffet breakfast, break and                                                          $100.00
                               $125.00
           course syllabus. Daily parking is not included.

                                                            COURSE RESERVATIONS
                                      Mail to: Office of Continuing Education, Keck School of Medicine of USC
                                            1975 Zonal Avenue, KAM 317, Los Angeles, CA 90033-1039.

                                                  Phone 800-USC-1119 (toll free) or 323-442-2555
                                                           Fax 888-665-8650 (toll free)

                             Online registration available at http://www.peopleware.net/0128, select course #2639.
                    Pre-registration closes at 12 noon (PST) Friday, March 11, 2011. On-site registrations will be accepted.

If you register within 2 weeks of the conference, please check with the Office of Continuing Medical Education for space availability and
program changes before making travel arrangements.

If you have a disability, advance notification by February 22, 2011 of any special needs will help us serve you better.

Refunds: A 10% administrative fee will be charged for cancellations. No refunds will be given after March 12, 2011.

A confirmation, map and directions will be emailed to those who pre-register.

                                                             Hotel Information
Location: The Hilton Pasadena
         168 South Los Robles Avenue, Pasadena, California 91301
         Phone 626-577-1000; fax 626-584-3148
    Situated close to Pasadena Old Town with many choices of restaurants, entertainment and shopping.

Rate Information:
    Single/Double: $119.00 plus applicable taxes - currently 15%
    The cut-off date for accepting reservations for our room block is Friday, February 11, 2011. Reservation requests received after 5:00 pm local
    time at the hotel on or after this date will be accepted on a space and rate availability basis.

     When making reservation, be sure to ask for “In-House Reservations” and indicate the name of the course - USC Innovations in Medical
     Education




            For Conference questions and additional information visit our Website at http://mededonline.usc.edu/conf_overview.html
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Use this form for registration by mail or fax. Online registration available at http://www.peopleware.net/0128 and choose course #2639. Pre-
registration closes 12 noon, Friday, March 11, 2011. On-site registrations will be accepted.1
Return form to: Office of Continuing Education, Keck School of Medicine of the USC, 1975 Zonal Avenue, KAM 317, Los Angeles, CA
90033-1039.

To register by phone, call 323-442-2555 or (toll free) 800-USC-1119 or fax form to: 888-665-8650 (toll free).

If you register within 2 weeks of the conference, please check with the Office of Continuing Medical Education for space availability and
program changes before making travel arrangements.

If you have a disability, advance notification by February 22, 2011 of any special needs will help us serve you better.

Refunds: A 10% administrative fee will be charged for cancellations. No refunds will be given after March 12, 2011.

A confirmation, map and directions will be sent to those who pre-register.


Part 1: YOUR INFORMATION
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Part 2: REGISTRATION                                                                                                                Registration
received by    On-site Registration

          February 11, 2011                       February12-13, 2011
          March 12-13, 2011 - Includes continental breakfasts, breaks                                                     $295.00
                    $320.00
          served lunch and course syllabus. Daily parking is not included.
          March 12, 2011` - Includes continental breakfast, breaks served                                      $175.00
          $200.00
          lunch and course syllabus. Daily parking is not included
          March 13, 2011 - includes buffet breakfast, breaks and                                                          $100.00
          $125.00
          course syllabus. Daily parking is not included

Part 3: PAYMENT DETAILS
         March 12-13, 2011                                             $ _________
         March 12, 2011                                                $ _________
         March 13, 2011                                                $ _________

Method of Payment             ___ Check (payable to USC)               ___ Bill Me                  ___ Visa /MasterCard ONLY                Total
                                                                                         Amount____________

Card #___________________________________________________                        Expiration

                                                                             date_______________________________________________

Signature________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
For Conference questions and additional information visit our Website at http://mededonline.usc.edu/conf_overview.html
                                                 Tentative Schedule
                                                    Saturday, March 12, 2011
7:00 – 8:00 am    Continental Breakfast and Registration
8:00 – 8:15 am    Welcome and Introduction of Plenary Speaker —Maurice Hitchcock, Director, Division of Medical Education, Educational
                  Affairs, University of Southern California
                  San Gabriel Ballroom
8:15 – 8:50 am                                   Session 1: PLENARY SESSION
                                                "Just Do It": A Problem-based Approach to Innovation
                                                in Medical Education
                                                Richard Kasuya
                                                Associate Dean for Medical Education and Professor of Medicine at the University of
                                                Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM)

                                                San Gabriel Ballroom



9:00 – 10:30 am   Session 2: Innovations in Undergrad Medical                   Session 3: Workshop                         Session 4
                  Education                                                     San Marino Room                             San Diego Room
                  Moderator:
                  San Gabriel Ballroom                                          407 Leadership Students Workshop             401 How to Make a Podcast!
                                                                                                                            Hans House, MD
                  103 Richard Knox How do medical students make ethical                                                     Karina D. Torralba, MD
                  decisions? A pilot study                                                                                  Kal Ansari, MD, FRCSC
                  106 Arno Kaumagai The family centered experience: Stories,                                                Affiliations:
                  reflections and the fostering of empathy in medical
                  education
                  108 Jo Marie Reilly Spreading the word: Creating a med-
                  school based primary care community medicine program
                  that exposes students to primary care in the community
                  113 Win May The relationship between medical students’
                  learning styles and their performance in a summative high-
                  stakes clinical performance examination
10:30 – 10:50     Break
am
10:50 – 12:20     Session 5: Pot-pourri                                         Session 6: 2 40-Min                         Session 7
pm                Moderator:                                                    Workshops                                   San Diego Room
                  San Gabriel Ballroom                                          San Marino Room
                                                                                                                            410 Getting Your Ideas
                  101 Jonathan Muraskas Impact of undergraduate premedical
                                                                                404 (40 minutes)                            Heard – Writing a Letter to the
                  lectures on medical school recruitment
                                                                                Be Robust with Stress, using                Editor
                  105 Aresenia Asuncion Boot camp for EMT—Paramedics in         SSBAR Because We Care                       Julie G. Nyquist, Ph.D
                  pre-hospital management of children: An educational           Stefan Bughi, MD                            *Ivan Wong, MD
                  curriculum with emphasis on airway skills, vascular access,   Shanpin Fanchiang, OTR/L, Ph.D.             † Lavjay Butani, MD
                  and fluid resuscitation                                       Sylvia Shaw, MD                             Division of Medical Education,
                  114 Markku Nousiainen Help versus harm? The effect of         Affiliations:                               University of Southern California,
                                                                                                                            Nyquist@usc.edu
                  training femoral neck screw insertion skills to surgical      414 (40 minutes)
                                                                                                                            *Department of Surgery, Division of
                  trainees with computer-assisted surgery: comparison to        Duke Virtual Clinic                         Orthopaedics, McMaster University
                  conventional fluoroscopic technique                           Gwen Murphy MS, RD, LDN, PhD;               † Department of Pediatrics, Section
                                                                                Varnell McDonald-FletcherPA-C: Sejan        of Nephrology, University of
                  102 Hans House Playing the Nintendo Wii May Improve
                                                                                Patel MD; Barbara Eldredge PhD; et al.      California, Davis
                  Procedure Skills                                              Affiliation: Division of Community Health
                                                                                Department of Community and Family
                                                                                Medicine
12:20 – 1:40 pm   Session 8: COMPLEMENTERY LUNCH

                  Enjoy meeting new people and exchanging ideas.

                  Pacific Ballroom
1:40 – 3:10 pm   Session 9: Best of the “Cool Ideas”                             Session 10: Workshop                     Session 11: Workshop
                 Moderator: Joseph York, Ph.D.                                   San Marino Room                          San Diego Room
                 San Gabriel Ballroom
                                                                                 414 Improving Cultural                   408 Leadership Students
                 224 Gizelle Brooks Carter Career exploration program            Proficiency through Experiential         Workshop
                 201 Lavjay Butani Implementing a family centered care (FCC)     Learning
                 rotation for 4th year medical students to build interpersonal   Ted Held, MD
                 communication skills                                            Professor, University of Texas
                 222 Yousef Mohammad Improving the skill of the neurology        Southwestern- Austin OB/GYN
                 resident in the diagnosis of emergency headache: A new          Program Dr. Philippa Strelitz, PhD,
                                                                                 Adjunct Faculty, Duke University
                 educational approach                                            School of Medicine
                 215 Ann Splanger Use of a mentoring program with first
                 through fourth year radiation oncology residents to develop
                 career management skills
                 203 Samir Johna Enhancing patient safety skill in surgical
                 residents using Root Cause Analysis (RCA) in morbidity and
                 mortality conference


3:10 – 3:30 pm   Break
3:30 – 5:00 pm   Session 12: Innovations with Postgraduates and                  Session 13: Workshop                     Session 14: Workshop
                 Faculty                                                         San Marino Room                          San Diego Room
                 Moderator:
                 San Gabriel Ballroom                                            402 Using ARS to Evaluate                409 Reflection, Empathy, and
                                                                                 Attendee’s Knowledge and                 Different Ways of Knowing:
                 116 Fred Giberson Can professionalism be taught to              Attitudes                                Exploring the Possibilities of
                 107 Karina Torralba Team-based learning in rheumatology         *Ming- Chen, Hsieh MD                    Transformative Medical
                 resident education                                              **Arsenia Asuncion, MD                   Education
                 110 David Matheson The use of Wikipedia as an aid to clinical   Lesley Hamilton, /MSOM                   Arno K. Kumagai, MD
                 decision-making                                                 Affiliations: Academy of Oriental        Affiliation: Depts of Internal Medicine &
                                                                                 Medicine of Austin, TX, * Buddhist Tzu   Medical Education University of
                                                                                 Chi General Hospital, Taiwan, ** The     Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, MI
                                                                                 Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper
                                                                                 University Hospital, NJ

5:00 – 6:00 pm   Session 15: Poster Session I with Snacks— Meet the Authors
                 Moderator: Dixie Fisher
                 Pasadena Room (Note: Titles that contain ellipses were shortened to preserve space. Please see abstract for full title.)
                 202 Todd Chang Combining multimedia learning and script concordance testing in resident education of pediatric emergency
                 medicine
                 204 Garrett Meyers Emphasizing evidence-based medicine at the point of care: A novel family medicine residency curriculum
                 205 Brian Rubineau Using Standardized Patient encounters to measure the effectiveness of cultural competence training
                 206 Ivan Wong Use of daily guided reflection, feedback, and commitment to change with orthopaedic residents … ―Scholar (PBLI)‖
                 207 Eddie Edhayan Teaching surgical residents to critically analyze the medical literature: A constructivist approach
                 208 Kevin Arce Implementation of a professionalism curriculum for oral and maxillofacial residents utilizing the simulation lab and …
                 209 Debra Gambrell Teaching financial knowledge to CA-3 anesthesia residents to achieve personal financial competence
                 210 Keith Killu Implementation of Infection Control curriculum for the surgical ICU residents, to build better infection control
                 practices
                 211 Konia Mojca Use of simulation training to teach ethical reasoning and decision-making to medical students and residents
                 212 Nancy Meshia Development of a Cardiac Computed Tomography (CCT) curriculum for Cardiology Fellows with emphasis on …
                 213 Suraiya Rahman Medical student as patient navigator experience
                 214 Ali Shakir A computer based clinical Electrocardiogram (ECG) tutorial for internal medicine residents to improve ECG
                 interpretation …
                 216 Dale Vincent The blind leading — A simulation game to improve interprofessional leadership and communication skills during …
                 217 Jennifer Encinas Wy-Mii? ―Bad news‖ and dual methods to teach ICS
                 218 Melissa Durham … interprofessional education with doctor of pharmacy and physician assistant students in a Self-Care course
                 219 Douglas Carr Current assessment of interprofessional education training
                 220 Jane Rosenthal Innovations in motivation: Implementing the latest research in your teaching


The first poster session will be in the Pasadena Room Saturday from 5-6 PM
with snacks and soft drinks offered. The second poster session will be in the
Pasadena Room on Sunday morning from 7:15-8:20 AM where a full, hot buffet,
breakfast will be available.
IME CONFERENCE SCHEDULE (DRAFT)
                                            Sunday, March 13, 2011
7:00 – 8:20 am Full Hot Buffet Breakfast and Registration

7:15 – 8:20 am    Session 16: Poster Session II with full buffet breakfast— Meet the Authors
                  Moderator: Dixie Fisher

                  Pasadena Room
                  223 Cynthia Lopez Ways of improving our family medicine residency
                  225 Amy Gruber Diabetic patient education and outcomes
                  226 Mark Huntington Educating physicians on imported malaria in South Dakota
                  227 Brent Sneed Improving chronic care and access for diabetics
                  228 Sajjad Yacoob Educating teens on increasing physical activity
                  229 Ken Querubin Reasons for patients using emergency room
                  230 Susan St. Pierre Educating FM residents to be comfortable with pediatric
                  231 Pete Yunyongying Improving communication skills of residents
                  232 Syed Naqvi Pending (fellow)
                  233 Alma Lopez Pending (fellow)
                  234 Anne Climaco Pending (fellow)
                  235 Sharon Obadia Pending (fellow)
                  236 Alicia Milan-Flanigan Pending (fellow)
                  237 Juan Ruiz Pending (fellow)
                  238 Jorge Fernandez Pending (fellow)
                  239 Deborah Outwater Pending (fellow)
                  240 Eric Geissel Pending (fellow)
                  241 Diane Kirby Pending (fellow)
                  242 Eun Jeong Gyeong Pending (fellow)
8:30 – 10:00 am   Session 17: Innovations in GME                         Session 18: Workshop                      Session 19: Workshop
                  Moderator: Beverly Wood, M.D., Ph.D.                   San Marino Room                           San Diego Room
                  San Gabriel Ballroom
                                                                         406 Learning Outcomes that Work:          405 Faculty Development in Teaching
                  104 Prathibha Varkey Teaching quality
                                                                         Creating Learning Outcomes for            Effectiveness
                  improvement: A collaborative project between
                                                                         Competency-based Medical                  Michelle Olson,MD
                  medicine and engineering
                                                                         Education Jane Rosenthal, MSEd            *Fred Giberson,MD
                  119 Rich Mink Evaluation of pediatric airway           Joseph York, PhD, MBA                     †William Cloud,MD
                  111 Catherine Matheson The lasting impact of a         Affiliation: Keck School of Medicine of   Affiliations: Geisinger Clinic, Danville, Pa.;
                  short course to bridge the divide between              University of Southern California         *Christiana Care, Wilmington, Del.; Virginia
                                                                                                                   †College of Osteopathic Medicine, Blacksburg,
                  university and clinical practice: the views of
                                                                                                                   Va.
                  doctors in their first year of medical practice of a
                  course they undertook as final year medical
                  students
                  112 Philippa Strelitz Improving cultural
                  proficiency through experiential learning
10:00 – 10:20     Break
am
10:20 – 11:50     Session 20: Innovations with Medical and               Session 21: Workshop                      Session 22: Workshop
am                Dental Students                                        San Marino Room                           San Diego Room
                  Moderator:
                  San Gabriel Ballroom                                   411 How to Transition…                    403—40 minutes
                                                                         Asma Jafri                                Will the New Tablet Computers
                  117 Kal Ansari Can a multisensory teaching             Mark Faber                                Change Medical Education and
                  approach improve the confidence of 4th year            Affiliations:                             Training?
                  medical students in managing nose bleeds?                                                        T. Bradley Tanner, MD
                  109 Jo Marie Reilly Physician leadership in the                                                  Mary P. Metcalf, PhD, MPH
                  patient-centered medical home                                                                    Susan Wilhelm, PhD.
                  118 Nora Haghparast Student-generated learning                                                   Affiliation: Clinical Tools, Inc.,
                                                                                                                   tanner@clinicaltools.com
                  needs compared to faculty-generated objectives
                                                                                                                   412—40 minutes
                  115 Dwight Warren Evidence-based techniques                                                      Stray MACM Students
                  to increase learning and retention during                                                        Rich Mink
                  biomedical science lectures                                                                      Affiliation:
12:00 – 12:50                                     Session 23: PLENARY SESSION
pm
                                                  Developing Professional Competence: An
                                                  Interprofessional Perspective
                                                  Susan Morison
                                                  Director of the Centre for Excellence in Interprofessional Education
                                                  Faculty member of the School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Science, at
                                                  the Queen’s University of Belfast

                                                  San Gabriel Ballroom
12:50 – 1:00 pm   Conference Closing Comments
                  Dixie Fisher, Chair, Innovations in Medical Education Conference

                 We sincerely thank the following people for their peer review of abstracts:
                                                Jack DePriest
                                West Virginia University School of Medicine
                                               Randall M Schell
                                     University of Kentucky, Lexington
                                         Linda Waggoner Fountain
                                  University of Virginia School of Medicine
                                                 Mark Faber
                                         Henry Ford Hospital CFP5
                                              Detroit MI 48202
                                                Richard Mink
                                 David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
                                               Michael Brown
                                      Rush University Medical Center
    Julie Nyquist PhD, Joseph York PhD, Beverly Wood PhD, MD, Jane Rosenthal, and Win May, PhD, MD
                                      University of Southern California




                               Innovations in Medical Education
                                                               Pasadena, California

                                                 February 25-26, 2012

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