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 …

Your Daily Moment of Zen Feedback: A Showcase of Strategies/Tools in Clinical Encounters

Title: Your Daily Moment of Zen Feedback: A Showcase of Strategies/Tools in Clinical EncountersPresenter: AHSE Mentorship and Engagement CommitteeDate: 9/15/20Brief Description: In this workshop, we will engage participants in thinking about how they explain (clinical) feedback. It will focus on everyday, regular feedback in clinical situations, rather than complex or specialized encounters, providing the “Top 10” best practices/strategies …

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 …