Poster Session

Better than Broccoli- Turning Health System Science Education into a Fun and Healthy Treat 

presented by Camille Whicker, MS & Damian Borbolla, MD, MS

Multidepartment Anti-racism Curricular Intervention at the University of Utah 

presented by L. Elizabeth Moreno, MD & Tiffany Ho, MD, MPH

Managing an Educational Training Grant Through Change

presented by Virginia Valentin, DrPH, PA-C & Katherine Fortenberry, PhD

Using IPAS 2.0 to Assess Interprofessional Attitudes Across Professions

presented by Cecilia Mary Peterson, BA, BS & Eli Iacob, PhD

Embodying Age Friendly University Principles- Promoting Lifelong Learning through HB60

presented by Katarina Friberg Felsted, PhD & Jaqueline Eaton, PhD

Is Coaching Using Video Laryngoscopy Superior to Traditional Method for Improving Pediatric Intubation Skills?

presented by Cheryl Yang, MD; Megan Fix, MD; Sarah Becker, DO; & Zachary Drapkin, MD

Teaching with Technology- Using the SAMR Framework to Evaluate Technological and Situational Affordances for Online Learning

https://youtu.be/_ViM9gYgqcg

Title: Teaching with Technology- Using the SAMR Framework to Evaluate Technological and Situational Affordances for Online Learning
Presenter: Kerri Shaffer, MEd, MLIS and Candace Chow, PhD
Date: 9/14/21
Brief Description: This session will pilot a new tool that is intended to help faculty determine the appropriate amount of resources and effort to devote to the use of educational technology in any given situation. Participants will come prepared to think through a specific instructional session, assignment, or assessment, and use the tool to determine whether Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, or Redefinition is the appropriate level for their situation.
Keywords/Main Subjects: Educational technology, remote learning, learning tool
Copyright: copyright Kerri Shaffer & Candace Chow ©2021

Becoming a More Equitable Educator- Helping Health Sciences Educators See and Value Differences Through Challenging Conversations with Learners

Title: Becoming a More Equitable Educator- Helping Health Sciences Educators See and Value Differences Through Challenging Conversations with Learners
Presenter: Kristi Kleinschmit, MD and Jennifer O’Donohoe, MD
Date: 9/14/21
Brief Description: This workshop will use content from the MIT Becoming a More Equitable Educator course to overview Educator Mindsets for Equity, specifically focusing on the Aware versus Avoidant Mindset, to foster dialogue and increase comfort in having challenging conversations, with a goal of having attendees make a plan to continue these conversations in their educational settings.
Keywords/Main Subjects: Educator mindsets, equity, challenging conversations, education
Copyright: copyright Kristi Kleinschmit & Jennifer O’Donohoe ©2021

Expanding Health Professionals’ Addiction Education to Rural, Tribal and Underserved Communities

Title: Expanding Health Professionals’ Addiction Education to Rural, Tribal and Underserved Communities
Presenter: Elizabeth Howell, MD; Connie Kitchens, PhD; Megan Schwartz, MD; Jeff Clark, MD
Date: 9/14/21
Brief Description: Rural and tribal areas experience strengths, barriers and challenges under-appreciated by educators based in academic, suburban or urban settings and educational opportunities are quite different than those available in academic and urban or suburban settings. Attendees will review these differences and conceptualize more effective health professionals’ addiction education for rural, tribal, and underserved communities.
Keywords/Main Subjects: Rural medicine, tribal communities, underserved communities, addiction education
Copyright: copyright Elizabeth Howell, Connie Kitchens, Megan Schwartz, & Jeff Clark ©2021

Improving Recruiting Methods to Optimize Diversity in Our Institution

Title: Improving Recruiting Methods to Optimize Diversity in Our Institution
Presenter: Casey Gradick, MD; Pamela Hansen, MD; Kirsten Stoesser, MD; Abby Watson, MD
Date: 9/14/21
Brief Description: This session will consistent of a panel of three residency program directors who have developed best practices within their own programs focused on improving efforts to recruit and retain a diverse pool of residents. Each P.D. will discuss what measures they have taken to implement diversity efforts in the recruitment process.
Keywords/Main Subjects: Best practices, recruitment, retainment, diversity efforts, residents
Copyright: copyright Casey Gradick, Pamela Hansen, Kirsten Stoesser, & Abby Watson, ©2021

Strategies for Success in Building a Training Program in Quality Improvement

Title: Strategies for Success in Building a Training Program in Quality Improvement
Presenter: Ryan Murphy, MD; Luca Boi, MHA
Date: 9/14/21
Brief Description: The session will provide an overview and definition of success in quality improvement training programs as well as strategies to address commonly faced challenges in implementing QI training at a department level. Speakers will incorporate real life examples of success in local programs at the University of Utah and lead participants in a guided discussion and reflection on how to implement these strategies in their own training programs.
Keywords/Main Subjects: Quality improvement, QI implementation
Copyright: copyright Ryan Murphy and Luca Boi ©2021

Engendering Genuine Presence and Empathic Practice Among Graduate Student Practitioners in Virtual Classrooms

https://youtu.be/kBlTMof7s_4

Title: Engendering Genuine Presence and Empathic Practice Among Graduate Student Practitioners in Virtual Classrooms
Presenter: Sheila Deyette, PhD, APRN, PMHCNS-BC
Date: 9/14/21
Brief Description: This experiential workshop will provide participants a brief description of what is meant by the phrase “holding a phenomenological view of person.” Participants will learn how to use simple phenomenologically based phrases paired with core therapeutic skills to improve patient practitioner encounters. A brief role-play activity invites participants to experience what it is like to hold a phenomenological view of person and what it is like to teach the skill to student-practitioners in virtual environments. The purposes of this workshop are 1) to teach participants how to engender empathic presence among telehealth-weary graduate students; 2) to enrich the provider/patient relationship, and 3) most importantly, to improve our patients’ lived experience of feeling cared for and understood.
Keywords/Main Subjects: Phenomenological view, patient-practitioner relationship, empathic presence, patient experience
Copyright: copyright Sheila Deyette ©2021

Active Learning- Techniques to Improve Learner Engagement

Title: Active Learning- Techniques to Improve Learner Engagement
Presenter: Cheryl Yang, MD and Michael Miescier, MD, MPH
Date: 9/14/21
Brief Description: Keeping learners engaged during didactic teaching sessions can be challenging. This workshop explores various active learning strategies and how to implement them, in-person and virtually, to improve learner engagement. Participants will also have the opportunity to modify their teaching sessions using these techniques.
Keywords/Main Subjects: Learner engagement, didactic teaching, active learning, virtual learning
Copyright: copyright Cheryl Yang and Michael Miescier ©2021

The Mindset of Mentoring

Title: The Mindset of Mentoring
Presenter: Heather Campbell, MD; Maija Holsti, MD; and members of the AHSE mentorship committee
Date: 9/14/21
Brief Description: This workshop will engage participants in reflecting upon the mentorship needs of learners using a holistic, strengths-based model.  We will examine the harm of bias in the mentor relationship and discuss tools to manage our own biases.  Finally, we will discuss best practices for individualizing the mentorship approach and avoiding pitfalls, such as “feeding forward” and focusing on perceived deficits.
Keywords/Main Subjects: Strengths-based model, bias, mentorship, individualizing mentorship
Copyright: copyright Heather Campbell, Maija Holsti, and members of the AHSE mentorship committee ©2021

Rounds in the 21st Century

Title: Rounds in the 21st Century
Presenter: Heather Balch, MD
Date: 9/14/21
Brief Description: A presentation on the use of computers in modern rounds and how to reduce operational waste
Keywords/Main Subjects: Lean model, operational waste, rounds, EMR, technology
Copyright: copyright Heather Balch ©2021