Poster Session

Improving Healthcare Transitions of Surgical Care Through an Innovative IPE Elective
presented by Kaden Neuberger, BS

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A National Survey of Robotic Surgery Training Among Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery Residents
presented by Hilary C. McCrary, MD, MPH

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The Covid-19 Elective: A Crash Course in Safe, At Home, Fully Graded, Simulated Patient Encounters
— Jennifer Coombs, PhD, PA-C

Curriculum Development for Professional Wellness and Resiliency Among Physician Assistants
presented by Virginia L. Valentin, DrPH, PA-C

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Team-Based Learning (TBL) in Dental School Courses
presented by Mary Steinmann, MD

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Assessing Interprofessional Education: Revision and Construct Validation of the Interprofessional Attitudes Scale (IPAS)
presented by Cecilia Peterson, BA, BS

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The Transitions Situational Judgement Test
presented by Taylor Dean, MS

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Operation Escape Lab

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Title: Operation Escape Lab
Presenter: Ann Butt, EdD, RN, CHSE, College Of Nursing, University of Utah; Sherri Kerney, BA, SOS, College Of Nursing Simulation Center, University of Utah
Date: 9/15/20
Brief Description: Escape rooms have become a popular form of entertainment with team members working together to find clues and solve puzzles in order to “escape.” In this
workshop, participants will discuss how the escape room concept translates to healthcare education, participate in our version of an “escape lab” as an example, and get ideas about how to start creating a simulation-based, healthcare-themed experience of their own.
Keywords/Main Subjects: Puzzle-solving, escape room, escape lab, simulation
Copyright: copyright Ann Butt and Sherri Kerney ©2020

Assessment of Learners’ Ability to Apply QI Principles Using a Novel Scoring Rubric

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Title: Assessment of Learners’ Ability to Apply QI Principles Using a Novel Scoring Rubric
Presenter: Luca Boi, MHA, University of Utah; Brigitte Smith, MD, Department of Surgery, University of Utah; Ryan Murphy, MD, Division of General Internal Medicine, University of Utah; Tyler Pender, MD, Division of General Surgery, University of Utah School of Medicine
Date: 9/15/20
Brief Description: Have you wondered what makes a quality improvement project “good”? How do you know if quality improvement principles were understood and applied? In this workshop we’ll provide a framework for assessing the quality of QI projects. Through interactive discussion and breakout sessions, the participants will use a novel QI Project Scoring Rubric to assess the quality of a mock QI project presentation and the learner’s understanding of QI principles. In small group settings, the participants will practice using the tool to assess example A3 project summaries. The workshop will conclude with an interactive discussion on assessment of learning in the QI domain.
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Copyright: copyright Luca Boi, Brigitte Smith, Ryan Murphy, and Tyler Pender ©2020

“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

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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 Solutions
Presenter: 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 Utah
Date: 9/15/20
Brief Description: Based on self-regulated learning theory, a microanalytic approach has been developed for faculty to help diagnose why a specific learner is underperforming on exams. UUSOM faculty who have used this approach find it to be a very practical and effective way to help struggling learners. This workshop will provide the knowledge, skills and tools for more faculty to use this approach.
Keywords/Main Subjects: Exams, learning analysis, self-regulated learning theory
Copyright: copyright Sarah D. Cipriano and Janet E. Lindsley ©2020

Handouts

SRL Question Review Form

“Why Does My Learner Perform Poorly on Exams?” Worksheet

Twitter 101 for the Medical Educator

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Title: Twitter 101 for the Medical Educator
Presenter: Sonja Raaum, MD, FACP, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Utah
Date: 9/15/20
Brief 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 use and how you can connect with fellow educators. #LearnMedTwitter #UofUAHSE
Keywords/Main Subjects: Social media, MedTwitter, Twitter, best practices, professional development, medical education
Copyright: copyright Sonja Raaum ©2020

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

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Title: Your Daily Moment of Zen Feedback: A Showcase of Strategies/Tools in Clinical Encounters
Presenter: AHSE Mentorship and Engagement Committee
Date: 9/15/20
Brief 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 and statements to use. Participants will join break-out rooms where facilitators will guide them through various strategies.
Keywords/Main Subjects: Clinical feedback, workshop, feedback strategy, critique
Copyright: copyright AHSE Mentorship and Engagement Committee ©2020

Quality Improvement Work is Education Scholarship

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Title: Quality Improvement Work is Education Scholarship
Presenter: Emily Drennan, MD, University of Utah; Luca Boi, MHA, University of Utah; Monica Hatch, PA-C, University of Utah, Division of Vascular Surgery
Date: 9/15/20
Brief 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 tools in quality improvement work will be reviewed. Participants will leave with the tools to initiate a project and identify opportunities to share their work locally as well as with a wider audience
Keywords/Main Subjects: Quality improvement, project implementation, workshop
Copyright: copyright Emily Drennan, Luca Boi, Monica Hatch ©2020

Handouts:

Vascular Access Quality Improvement Case Study

Conducting a Baseline Analysis

FARA Criteria (Clinical Track)

Fishbone Diagram

How to Write a Problem Statement

Resources:

Advice on how to assess if your project is suited to broad publication

An editorial from the Journal of the GME about how to write up your project for successful publication

A primer on using SQUIRE guidelines to compose a manuscript about a quality improvement project

A list of publications that accept quality improvement work, sorted by subject

A list of publications that accept quality improvement focused papers by impact factor

SQIURE standards template.  A framework for designing and writing up quality improvement work that is encouraged and accepted by a number of journals

University of Utah online publication of quality improvement principles as well as experiences

A step by step outline for how to create a poster or abstract to present your work as well as conferences to consider

Overcoming Fear Through Skill Building

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Title: Overcoming Fear Through Skill Building
Presenter: Jessica Ellis, PhD, College of Nursing, University of Utah
Date: 9/15/20
Brief Description: A TedTalk style presentation about overcoming fear through the example of teaching nurses to support patients through water birth
Keywords/Main Subjects: Fear, overcoming, exposure training
Copyright: copyright Jessica Ellis ©2020

Quizam!: Using Low-stakes Quizzes to Improve Learning and Long-term Memory Retention

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Title: Quizam!: Using Low-stakes Quizzes to Improve Learning and Long-term Memory Retention
Presenter: Erin Johnson Cole, DNP, CNM, WHNP-BC, University of Utah
Date: 9/15/20
Brief Description: A TedTalk style presentation about using quizzes to improve learning
Keywords/Main Subjects: Quizzes, learning, memory retention
Copyright: copyright Erin Johnson Cole ©2020

Simulating the Simulations?? Creating Virtual Simulations in Response to Restrictions on In-Person Education

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Title: Simulating the Simulations?? Creating Virtual Simulations in Response to Restrictions on In-Person Education
Presenter: Elizabeth Thackeray, MD, University of Utah; Megan Fix, MD, University of Utah; Sadfar Ansari, MD, University of Utah
Date: 9/15/20
Brief Description: A TedTalk style discussion of how the presenters were able to pivot their Transition to Internship course to a fully-online modality
Keywords/Main Subjects: Remote learning, adaptability, Zoom, virtual simulation
Copyright: copyright Elizabeth Thackeray, Megan Fix, Sadfar Ansari ©2020