“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 …

Quality Improvement Work is Education Scholarship

Title: Quality Improvement Work is Education ScholarshipPresenter: Emily Drennan, MD, University of Utah; Luca Boi, MHA, University of Utah; Monica Hatch, PA-C, University of Utah, Division of Vascular SurgeryDate: 9/15/20Brief Description: This session will guide participants through the conceptualization of a quality improvement project from project inception to implementation. Designing a problem statement, identifying a team, and various …