The Influence of Revising an Online Gerontology Program on the Student Experience

Acknowledgements We acknowledge the support of the University of Utah Teaching and Learning Technologies, the University of Utah College of Nursing, and the University of Utah Consortium for Families and Health Research. Funding Program revisions were funded through a University of Utah Teaching and Learning Technologies Online Program Development Grant. Declaration of Interest We have …

Student-Faculty Co-Production of a Medical Education Design Challenge as a Tool for Teaching Health System Science

Funding AMA Accelerating Change in Education Innovation Grant program Disclosures None What problem was addressed: Medical schools prepare students to enter a complex health system with the knowledge to care for patients but provide little training on the health system they join. Health systems science (HSS) is an important topic that is starting to enter …

Personal, Social, Organizational, and Space Components of the Clinical Learning Environment: Variations in their Perceived Influence

Abstract Purpose. Because of its impact on learning, interest in the learning environment continues unabated. This includes a framework which emerged from a Macy-sponsored conference which organizes factors that influence the quality of the learning environment into four components: personal, social, organizational, and space. This paper reports a study which assessed the relative influence of …

Poster Session

1. Improving Healthcare Transitions of Surgical Care Through an Innovative IPE Elective.
2. A National Survey of Robotic Surgery Training Among Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery Residents.
3. The Covid-19 Elective: A Crash Course in Safe, At Home, Fully Graded, Simulated Patient Encounters.
4. Curriculum Development for Professional Wellness and Resiliency Among Physician Assistants.
5. Team-Based Learning (TBL) in Dental School Courses.
6. Assessing Interprofessional Education: Revision and Construct Validation of the Interprofessional Attitudes Scale (IPAS).
7.The Transitions Situational Judgement Test.

Operation Escape Lab

Escape rooms have become a popular form of entertainment with team members working together to find clues and solve puzzles in order to “escape.” Presenter: Ann Butt, EdD, RN, CHSE, and Sherri Kerney, BA, SOS.

Psychological Safety: It’s Not Just for Snowflakes

Title: Psychological Safety: It’s Not Just for SnowflakesPresenter: Jennifer O’Donohoe, MD, University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute; Kristi Kleinschmit, MD, University of Utah Huntsman Mental Health InstituteDate: 9/15/20Brief Description: Psychological safety is a critical part of optimizing the learning environment. For learning to occur, trainees must feel safe to take risks and make mistakes. If they feel that they …

“Why does my learner perform poorly on exams?”: How Faculty Can Use Self-Regulated Learning Theory to Diagnose the Specific Learner Problems and Implement Appropriate Solutions

Title: “Why does my learner perform poorly on exams?”: How Faculty Can Use Self-Regulated Learning Theory to Diagnose the Specific Learner Problems and Implement Appropriate SolutionsPresenter: Sarah D. Cipriano, MD, MPH, MS, Primary Children’s Hospital, University of Utah; Janet E. Lindsley, PhD, Department of Biochemistry, George and Dolores Eccles Institute of Human Genetics, University of UtahDate: 9/15/20Brief Description: …

Twitter 101 for the Medical Educator

Title: Twitter 101 for the Medical EducatorPresenter: Sonja Raaum, MD, FACP, Department of Internal Medicine, University of UtahDate: 9/15/20Brief Description: Learn from active #MedTwitter users how to navigate the Twitter platform for medical education and professional development. We will cover the anatomy of a tweet, how a modified Bloom’s Taxonomy applies to Twitter, best practices of social media …