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I A M S E09 Kathryn Mc Mahon

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  • 1. Building an Interdisciplinary CPC Department of Medical Education “Faculty from Novice to Expert ” Brian W. Tobin PhD Associate Dean for Medical Education Professor and Founding Chair The Department of Medical Education Paul L. Foster School of Medicine Texas Tech Univ Health Sciences Center El Paso, TX USA
  • 2. Clinical Presentation Curriculum Development “THE PROCESS IS THE PEOPLE ”
  • 3. Clinical Presentation Curriculum Development “THE PEOPLE ARE THE PROCESS ”
  • 4. The People
    • Basic Scientist Medical Educators
    Clinician Medical Educators College Masters
  • 5. Our Faculty
    • 16 Basic Scientist Medical Educators
    • 8 Clinician Medical Educators
    • 4 College Masters (+ 2 : 1/10; + 2 : 1/11)
  • 6. US National Trends Curriculum Paradigm Clinical Medical Education Basic Medical Sciences Education Basic Science in Clinically-Relevant Formats
  • 7. The People
    • Basic Scientist Medical Educators
  • 8. The People
    • Basic Scientist Medical Educators
  • 9. The People
    • Clinician Medical Educators
  • 10. The People
    • Clinician Medical Educators / Masters
    FM-CLME EM-CLME OB-CLME PATH-CLME NEUR-CLME PATH-MASTER PATH-CLME MED-MASTER
  • 11. Diversity – Expertise - Together
    • Basic Scientists, Clinicians, College Masters
  • 12. Progress Goals Full MS1/MS2 Curriculum Developed
  • 13. Progress Goals Full MS1/MS2 Curriculum Developed
  • 14. Curriculum Development Example: GI / HEME
    • 1. Anatomy - Histology - Embryology
    • 2. Biochemistry
    • 3. Genetics
    • 4. Micro/Immuno
    • 5. Nutrition
    • 6. Pathology
    • 7. Pharmacology
    • 8. Physiology
    • Vomiting and nausea
    • Dysphagia
    • Diarrhea
    • Constipation
    • Abdominal distension
    • Abdominal pain
    • Abdominal mass
    • Lymphadenopathy
    • Blood from the gastrointestinal tract
    • Hemoglobin, abnormal
    • Coagulation abnormalities
    • Abnormalities of white blood cells
    • Abnormal liver function tests, and
    • Jaundice
    Clinical Presentations Basic Medical Science
  • 15. Progress Goals Full MS1/MS2 Curriculum Developed
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  • 18. NEURO / ENDO
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  • 20. 1 week I 2 week I 3 week I 4 week I 5 week I 6 week I 7 week I 8 week I 9 week I Fractures/Dislocations/Joint Injuries Lump/Mass, Musculo-Skeletal Pain Joint Pain Gait Disturbances/Imbalance/Ataxia Numbness/Tingling/Altered Sensation Movement Disorders/Tic Disorders Deformity Limp Weakness/Paralysis/Paresis/Loss of Motion Headache Seizures Stroke/Aphasia/Prevention Mental Status altered EXAM Clinical Presentations Proposed time schedule for the Unit II MSK/Neuro
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  • 24. PROGRESS TIMELINE The Curriculum
    • First Iteration was completed 10/1/08
    • Second iteration was complete 2/31/09
    • Third iteration to be completed 12/31/09
    •  Migration of Curriculum to ILIOS
  • 25. The People ARE Paul L. Foster School of Medicine
  • 26. REMEMBER… In 8 days… students arrive!
  • 27. QUESTIONS