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Med-Peds Program Directors Association (MPPDA) Med-Peds Program Directors Association (MPPDA) Document Transcript

  • COMMITTEE ON PEDIATRIC EDUCATION (COPE) PEDIATRIC EDUCATION HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE YEAR 2009 The goal of this document is to summarize the reports of the Member organizations as presented at the annual meeting; in order to document trends of activities in pediatric education. Additional information can be found in the Agenda Book and Minutes of November 22, 2009. ADVANCING PEDIATRIC EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION •Blended learning expanded throughout PREP curriculum (PREP) •Results from CME Outcomes Project defined measured outcomes for learning (COCME) •Implemented train-the-trainer format while teaching developmental behavioral pediatrics at annual workshop (SDBP) •PREP is now offered through Canadian Paediatric Society (AAP) •Worked to increase the presence of developmental behavioral pediatric education that is taught to pediatric residents, undergraduate medical education students, both the residency and fellowship components of graduate medical education (SDBP) •Fellowship level education sessions held on skills and knowledge based on guidelines of the American Board of Pediatrics (SPR) •Supported R3P Project Resident training through the American Board of Pediatrics for assessments that examine content and duration (SPR, MPPD) •Neo-natal Resuscitation Program (CPS) •Recruiting/Match results: 442 applicants to at least one med-peds program in ERAS; increase of over 100 applicants (MPPD) •Provided core curriculum at fellowship level for Pediatric Academic Societies (SPR) NEW PROGRAMS •New med-peds programs: John Hopkins, with focus on urban health; Columbia Hospital in West Palm Beach, Florida with nova, osteopathic program. Prior to these, the last program launched was in 2006 with Harvard’s combined programs splitting into two separate programs; med-peds has increased to 80 programs (MPPD) •Maintenance of Certification study conducted (MPPD) •Training Administrators for Graduate Medical Education (TAGME) received - (MPPD) DEVELOPMENTS •“Medical Student to Resident Guide” released through collaboration with Council on Medical Pediatrics (COMSEP / SOMSRFT) •Sub‐internship curriculum (4th year) developed by research protocol that will enable 8-10 institutions to study impact of Sub‐I curriculum. (COMSEP) •PREP Subspecialty Self Assessments were created (DOSJPP) •“Immune Wise” – Fifth annual edition issued to educate residents (SOMSRFT) •Practice Managers Program was created (DOCME) WEB –BASED •MedEdPORTAL an educational resource portal was established, which includes multimedia collections through collaborative efforts; and shares these resources with medical education groups including: non-profit, national / international specialty societies, organizations, associations and foundations (APA) •Faculty development tutorial was added for Guidelines on MedEdPORTAL web site (APA) 1 of 7
  • COMMITTEE ON PEDIATRIC EDUCATION (COPE) PEDIATRIC EDUCATION HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE YEAR 2009 WEB –BASED (CONTINUED) •Pilot program participation with SciVee Pubcast for video abstracts (DOSJJP) •Pediatrics, AAP News both launched digital editions (DOSJJP) •New program for ‘early release articles, abstracts only, was launched on Kindle through Amazon store; AAP News to test shortly (DOSJJP) •iApps program for subspecialty PREP Self-Assessments and PREP Audio was launched (DOSJJP) •RSS subscription (one step) added to new podcasting page www.prepaudio.org (DOSJJP) •Librarian portal launched (DOSJJP) •NeoReviews.org facebook was launched (DOSJJP) •New search engine marketing implemented for PedJobs, PREP Audio, PREP the Curriculum and NeoReviewPlus web sites (DOSJJP) CLINICAL COMPETENCIES STANDARDS •CME Outcomes project identified gaps, needs assessment, and outcomes in continuing education programs (COCME) •Milestones Project to define six domains of clinical competency for residents or fellows through partnering with ACGME (ABP, MPPD, APPD) r •Immunization Competencies Education Program (CPS) •Worked to establish developmental behavioral pediatrics as ABP sub‐board and with subsequent ACGME accreditation of fellowship programs (SDBP) •Separate committee on fellowship education was created. (SDBP) •Changed timeframe for readdressing ABP knowledge statements to every five years for NeoReviews and NewReviewsPlus, matching alignment with PREP (PREP with SDBP, SAhM) •Pediatrics in Review online version - added audiovisual and instant feedback (DOSJJP) •Online PREP self-assessment tools for subspecialists was developed (DOSJPP) •Competency evaluation methods (APPD) •Tracked Maintenance of Certification for residents and sub-specialty fellows (ABP) •Quality Improvement (QI) project focused on improving QI rates in resident clinics was implemented (SOMSRFT) •CD-ROM Teaching Immunization Evaluation (TIDE) was created – (SOMSRFT) •Administered voluntary accreditation of six academic general pediatric fellowship programs through Academic General Pediatrics Accreditation Committee (APA) •Pediatric Hospital Medicine educational plan developed that supports 54 core competencies for training needs of hospitalist educators. (APA) •Revision of Guidelines explored through set of generalized questions including: (APA) - Should target audience be expanded to fellowship directors adding curricular tools for them as well as residency directors? - What kinds of supplemental resources belong on our site? - As ACGME moves into Milestones Project, benchmarks for evaluation will become important – how can program directors be assisted with this transition? ADDITIONAL MENTION: Competencies established for Pediatric Hospital Medicine (PHM) with 54 hospitalist competencies to provide education / evaluation of both physicians-in-training and practicing hospitalists. (APA) 2 of 7
  • COMMITTEE ON PEDIATRIC EDUCATION (COPE) PEDIATRIC EDUCATION HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE YEAR 2009 INTERNATIONAL PEDIATRIC EDUCATION – ADVANCEMENTS COMPETENCY TESTING •International Testing Initiative (I-ITE), administered via internet to a large pilot study to residency programs in: Jordan, Oman, Qatar, Italy, Singapore and Egypt (ABP) ESTABLISHING EVALUATION STANDARDS •Draft of core global competencies for training and evaluations was created through international consortium meeting to share vision to develop global standards for training and evaluation. Draft is scheduled for review and future direction in April (ABP) DEVELOPING GLOBAL FOCUS •International Child Health section was created (CPS) •Journal subscriptions donated to developing countries (SPR) •Mission statement expanded to reflect international inclusion (ABP) SPONSORSHIP OF PROGRAMS •Faculty was provided for Abstract & Manuscript Writing and Data Analysis courses in Helsinki, Utrecht, Russia, Ukraine and Egypt. (SPR) •Healthy Child Uganda program sponsored (CPS) •Global network of Paediatric Surveillance Units sponsored (CPS) PARTNERING FOR COLLABORATION •AAP News local edition in India was granted (DOSJPP) •Intersistemas for Spanish-language edition for Latin America was granted (DOSJPP) INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES •Annual Symposium for International Pediatrics, focusing on major global health issues (SPR) •Indigenous Child Health International meeting (CPS) •Pediatric Research and Pediatric Academic Societies annual meetings – support international pediatric membership/collaboration (SPR) CULTURALLY EFFECTIVE CARE – EDUCATION •Promoted culturally effective care through Many Hands, One Dream (CPS) 3 of 7
  • COMMITTEE ON PEDIATRIC EDUCATION (COPE) PEDIATRIC EDUCATION HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE YEAR 2009 ADVANCING PEDIATRIC EDUCATION – LEADERSHIP & ADVOCACY LEGISLATIVELY •Advocated for med-peds as a listing of primary care in health care reform bill (MPPD) •Advocated for Commissioner at federal government cabinet level that is dedicated to children and youth (CPS) •Advocated for adolescents during health care reform process through “Health Care Reform & Adolescents,” highlighting needs for adequate training of professionals. (SAhM) PROFESSIONALLY •Presented report of Institute of Medicine Duty Hours to ACGME Congress (APPD) •Collected data to provide input to Pediatric RC on requirement revisions (APPD) •Collaborated to move R3P into IIPE; and develop innovations, pilots and research in new training methods (APPD) •Initiated work on Milestones Project (APPD) SPECIFIC-FOCUS •Established Action Committee for Children and Teens (ACCT) (CPS) •Provided Federal / Provincial/Territorial Advocacy Education for residents (CPS) •Advocated through Smoking Cessation 2008-2009 Campaign (SOMSRFT) ADVANCING PEDIATRIC EDUCATION – THROUGH COLLABORATION •PAS expanded with new alliances for cross-specialty collaboration through co-sponsorships that included: American Society of Pediatric Nephrology, Asian Society of Pediatric Research, Japan Pediatric Society, Assoc of Pediatric Program Directors, the Clinical and Translational Science Awards-Pediatrics Oversight Committee, the Federation of Pediatric Organizations, the International Pediatric Hypertension Assoc, Lawson Wilkins Pediatric Endocrine Society, North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hematology and Nutrition, Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society, Programme for Global Paediatric Research, Child Neurology Society, Society for Adolescent Medicine and Society of Development & Behavioral Pediatrics. •Shared Warehouse of resources through collaborations with membership and other organizations was created (APPD) •Participated in Alliance for Clinical Education Initiatives (ACE), an umbrella organization of specialties in undergraduate medical education that promotes excellence in clinical education (COMSEP) •Professionalism document created with ABP (APPD) •Addressing the educational needs of teachers/faculty, who may not be residency or clerkship directors – will be explored through a collaborative effort between organizations including COMSEP, APPD, APA - (COMSEP) •Increased presence of developmental behavioral pediatrics curriculum, both residency and fellowship components of graduate medical education taught to residents and undergraduate medical students (SDBP) •Academic scientists taught through developing content (SDBP) •Conducted national survey of rotation directors to identify successful strategies/barriers to teaching developmental behavioral pediatrics to residents (SDBP) 4 of 7
  • COMMITTEE ON PEDIATRIC EDUCATION (COPE) PEDIATRIC EDUCATION HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE YEAR 2009 •Conducted survey on social media and its effects on communication (AAP / Department of e-Learning) ADVANCING PEDIATRIC EDUCATION - CONFERENCES ATTENDED •Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) annual meeting (APS, SPR, APA, AAP) •PhD Program - Pediatrician Health Day exhibit, NCE 2009 (MPPD) •Annual COMSEP meeting “Promoting Education Across the Continuum” (COMSEP) •‘Integrating Electronic Health Records into Undergraduate Medical Education: Challenges and Opportunities” ACE (fostering collaboration across specialties) meeting (COMSEP) •First Medical Student-NCE highlighting AAP offerings to medical students with discussions of pediatric residency program application process. (SOMFT) •Annual SDBP Meeting Workshop held for medical student, residents, fellows (SDBP) •Pediatric Educational Excellence Across the Continuum (PEEAC) – 1st joint educational meeting for clinician-educators teaching trainees across continuum from medical student to fellow-level; settings spanning primary care, ambulatory to intensive care. (APPD, APA, COMSEP) •Pediatric Hospital Medicine Strategic Planning Roundtable sponsored by Society of Hospital Medicine, American Academy of Pediatrics and Academic Pediatric Association. (AAP, APA) •Pediatric Hospitalist meeting – 5th Annual (APA) •Pediatric Hospital Medicine Strategic Planning Roundtable (APA) •Annual Canadian Paediatric Society conference (CPS) •Council of Medical Specialty Societies (DOCME) •Illinois Alliance for Continuing Medical Education (DOCME) •Society of Scholarly Publishing conference (DOSJJP) •Council of Science Editors conference (DOSJJP) •Alliance for CME Medical Specialty Societies (MSS), member section meeting (DOCME) •Medical Library Association annual meeting (DOSJPP) •Charlesworth Group/CNPIEC Academic Journal Exhibition (DOSJPP) PARENT / PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION – ADVANCING PEDIATRIC EDUCATION •Parenting websites launched in English and French >100k hits per month each (CPS) •Read, Speak, Sing encouraging parents to read to babies was published (CPS) •Your Child’s Health: Front & Centre newsletter was published (CPS) •The Canadian Paediatric Society Guide to Caring for Your Child from Birth to Age 5, April 2009 (CPS) was revised •Well Beings: A Guide to Health in Child Care - 3rd edition was revised(CPS) •Survey ‘Are We Doing Enough? was conducted(CPS) •Canadian Paediatric Surveillance Program for Public Health implemented (CPS) •Immunization Monitoring Program Active conducted (CPS) ADVANCING PEDIATRIC EDUCATION – WEB SITES, PUBLICATIONS, BROCHURE DEVELOPMENT ARTICLES Fortuna RJ, Ting DY, Kaelber DC and Simon SR. “Characteristics of medicine- pediatrics practices: results from the national ambulatory medical care survey” Academic Medicine 2009 Mar;84(3):396-401 (MPPD) Friedland A, Tom Melgar, MD; David Kaelber, MD, PhD; William Cull, PhD; John Chamberlain, MD; Brian Kan, MD. “The impact of combined pediatric residency 5 of 7
  • COMMITTEE ON PEDIATRIC EDUCATION (COPE) PEDIATRIC EDUCATION HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE YEAR 2009 programs on the educational experience of the categorical pediatric residents” (MPPD) MENTAL HEALTH – EDUCATION HIGHTLIGHTS •Resource lists for anxiety / mood problems resource lists developed (CPS) •Web directory of tools / strategies for teaching and evaluating DBP was developed (SDBP) •Online directory of mental health tools was developed (CPS) SPONSORSHIPS, AWARDS, GRANTS MEDICAL STUDENT SPONSORSHIPS •Co-sponsorship of medical student research-training program to support development of future pediatric scientists (SPR) •Co-sponsorship with other PAS partners for 75-100 young investigators for 2010 (SPR) •Sponsored 35 medical students through Student Research Program (APS / SPR) •Supported fellow-in-training through Pediatric Scientist Development Program (SPR) •Sponsored 18 scholars through Educational Scholars Program (ESP) targeting Associate Program Directors (APA) AWARDS •Howland Award Medal for leadership, teaching, research & contributions (APS) •Norman J. Siegel New Member Outstanding Science Award – contributions to science (APS) •Sponsored six awards and four endowed awards (SPR) •AAP Education Awards (2) – (DOCME) •Special Recognition Certificate – Ongoing contributions to pediatric education (DOCME) •Named four Pediatric Heroes (DOCME) •Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award, awarded to selected pediatrician (DOCME) GRANTS •Sponsored two educational grants in pediatric undergraduate medical education (COMSEP) •Funded Sub-Internship Curriculum – fourth year curriculum. (COMSEP) ORGANIZATIONS RECEIVING AWARDS IN 2009 •COMSEP - Pediatric Educational Excellence Across the Continuum (PEEAC)Award •COCME - AAP Education Award •COCME - AAP CME Outcomes Award 6 of 7
  • COMMITTEE ON PEDIATRIC EDUCATION (COPE) PEDIATRIC EDUCATION HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE YEAR 2009 MEMBER ORGANIZATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE ON PEDIATRIC EDUCATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION (ACBOE) WWW.AAP.ORG AMERICAN BOARD OF PEDIATRICS (ABP) WWW.ABP.ORG ACADEMIC PEDIATRIC ASSOCIATION (APA) WWW.AMBPEDS.ORG ASSOCIATION OF MEDICAL SCHOOL PEDIATRIC DEPARTMENTS (AMSPDC) WWW.AMSPDC.ORG ASSOCIATION OF PEDIATRIC PROGRAM DIRECTORS (APPD) WWW.APPD.ORG CANADIAN PAEDIATRIC SOCIETY (CPS) WWW.CPS.ORG COMMITTEE ON ADOLESCENTS (COS) WWW.AAP.ORG COMMITTEE ON CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION (COCME) WWW.AAP.ORG COUNCIL ON MEDICAL STUDENT EDUCATION IN PEDIATRICS (COMSEP) WWW.AAP.ORG DIVISION OF CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION (DOCME) WWW.AAP.ORG MED-PEDS PROGRAM DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION (MPPDA) WWW.IM/MPPDA.ORG PREP THE CURRICULUM SELF-ASSESSMENT WWW.AAP.ORG PEDIATRICS IN REVIEW WWW.AAP.ORG RESIDENTS REVIEW COMMITTEE WWW.AAP.ORG SECTION FORUM MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE (SFMC) WWW.AAP.ORG SECTION ON MEDICAL STUDENTS, RESIDENTS, AND FELLOWSHIP TRAINEES (SOMSRFT) WWW.AAP.ORG/SECTONS/YPN/R/ADVOCACY/ SOCIETY FOR ADOLESCENT HEALTH AND MEDICINE (SAHM) WWW.ADOLESCENTHEALTH.ORG SOCIETY OF DEVELOPMENT AND BEHAVIORAL PEDIATRICS (SCBP) WWW.SDBP.ORG SOCIETY OF PEDIATRIC RESEARCH (SPR) WWW.APS-SPR.ORG 7 of 7