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CDEM: past present future lecture 4.13.15

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Clerkship Directors in EM has come a long way. This lecture will:
Describe the origins of CDEM
Show the progress that has been made in the past 8 years
Illustrate the challenges to the growth and success of CDEM
Offer some thoughts on the future direction of the organization
Brainstorm and discuss new frontiers.

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CDEM: past present future lecture 4.13.15

  1. 1. Past, Present, and Future David Manthey, MD Nicholas Kman, MD Doug Franzen, MD
  2. 2.  Describe the origins of CDEM  Show the progress that has been made in the past 8 years  Illustrate the challenges to the growth and success of CDEM  Offer some thoughts on the future direction of the organization  Brainstorm and discuss new frontiers.
  3. 3. Phoenix 2010
  4. 4.  Clerkship Directors  Medical Student Educators  Residents interested in Medical Student Education  Established in March 2007  Originally accepted by CORD  Became the First SAEM Academy as of May 2008
  5. 5.  Venue for SAEM members with a specific interest or expertise to join together to:  Network  Collaborate on educational initiatives  Develop policy  Perform collaborative research  Provide faculty development  Speak as a unified voice  SAEM administrative support  Separate Budget
  6. 6.  Membership  May 2008 – 105 Founding Members  April 2009 – 151 Members  103 / 148 Residency Programs are represented  4 international members Sweden, Ireland, Australia, and Canada  Clerkships  46 of 130 US Medical Schools have mandatory EM Clerkships  46 more have elective rotation  11 more have selective rotation
  7. 7.  SAEM  Direct discussion with SAEM President  Cherri Hobgood, MD – Board Liaison  CORD  Direct discussion with CORD President  CORD Academic Assembly – CDEM Track  EMRA  Direct Discussion with EMRA BOD  Liaison – Michelle Lin, MD  ACEP  Academic Affairs Committee Liaison  Jonathan Fisher, MD  AAMC  John Prescott – AAMC Chief Academic Officer  Robby Reynolds – AAMC MedEd Portal Director
  8. 8.  Website: www.saem.org/cdem
  9. 9.  EM Primer  24 Chapters  21 Authors  96 pages  Used by a majority of members
  10. 10.  Newsletter
  11. 11.  CDEM Forum  Educational repository  PowerPoint lectures
  12. 12.  Listserv  Membership list  Directory
  13. 13.  Resources  On line web based Self Study Modules  Powerpoint lecture series  DIEM clinical cases  Simulation cases  On line test
  14. 14.  Educational Offerings at SAEM  Asked by SAEM BOD to submit topics and collaborate with Program committee to develop 10 additional hours of educational sessions at 2010 Meeting  CDEM Track at CORD Academic Assembly  Will have a full 2.5 day educational track at the 2010 Academic Assembly
  15. 15.  Advance education of medical students in emergency medicine.  Serve as a unified voice for EM clerkship directors and medical student educators.  Provide a forum for EM clerkship directors and medical student educators to communicate, share ideas, and generate solutions to common problems. 18
  16. 16.  Foster undergraduate medical education research.  Advance professional development and career satisfaction of medical student educators.  Develop relationships with other organizations to promote medical education. 19
  17. 17.  CDEM has created and published: National fourth year curriculum Pediatric EM curriculum EM Clerkship Primer Digital Instruction in EM (DIEM) 20
  18. 18.  CDEM has created and published:  3rd Year EM Curriculum 21
  19. 19.  1/3 of the CDEM membership participated in the CDEM Self Study Modules (free of charge at www.cdemcurriculum.org). 22
  20. 20.  Assessment tools:  National EM M4 Exams (www.saemtests.org)  Advanced Clinical Exam in EM that we assisted the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) in developing. 23
  21. 21.  In 2006, only 30% of med schools required exposure to EM.  Now over 50% of US medical schools require EM Clerkships during undergraduate training. 24
  22. 22.  Establish meaning of an academy within SAEM. Trying to find a balance between being part of SAEM but acting independently.  Tension between SAEM and CDEM.  Bringing understanding of our role (not just an interest group) to SAEM. All core clerkships (IM, Surgery, etc) have an organization representing UME in their field (similar to how CORD represents GME in EM.
  23. 23.  Curriculum development. Viewed as the voice of EM UME.  Maturation of the CDEM track at SAEM allowing for personal and professional growth of our members  Newsletter  Collaboration. There were significant differences of opinion between SAEM and CORD following the official separation.
  24. 24.  Align itself more closely with CORD likely as part of them. The potential to have two CDEM UME folks on the CORD board is a great first step.  Continue to lead and develop the educational arm of SAEM, continue to strengthen alliance with CORD  To establish CDEM as the voice of undergraduate medical education in emergency medicine and bring us to a seat at the table at AAMC.
  25. 25.  CORD membership now gets a Clerkship Director as a Member.  In May, we had 144 current members on the website.  At ACEP, had 173 members on the community.  As of today, we have 143 current members on the website.  There are more than 57 Clerkships that the CD is not represented! 30
  26. 26.  @CDEMFaculty  @CDEMStudents  #FOAMed 31
  27. 27.  The CDEMCurriculum.org Editorial Board - Kim Askew - Keme Carter - Rahul Patwari - Stacey Poznanski - Matthew Tews  http://www.emclerkship.org/ 32
  28. 28.  www.cdemcurriculum.org 33
  29. 29. 34
  30. 30.  EMRA/SAEM/CDEM 3 Minute Medical Student Presentation Video  ACEP/EMRA/SAEM/CDEM Academic Departments in EM Initiative  FOAMed 35
  31. 31.  Revision of CDEMcurriculum.org  Currently in progress  Expanded list of topics  More pictures, videos  Collaboration with EMRA  More medical student videos  Student advising  WJEM supplement  Continued input into SLOE
  32. 32.  Platform for educators to share ideas  Sustainable  WJEM and/or other venues  Consensus conference on student evaluations  (Improved) Social Media presence?  Especially as new platforms arise…
  33. 33.  Maintaining clerkship directory  Turnover  New clerkships  New clerkship sites  Membership  Recruiting residency leadership as members  Consumers of our student product  Retaining members / institutional memory
  34. 34.  Proximity of Meetings  CDEM’s place in the academic terrain:  Pros and Cons
  35. 35.  Committees:  Awards: Tom Morrisey  Communications: Mike Van Meter  CORD/Education Program Committee: Kathy Hiller and Paul Ko  Twitter: Rob Rogers 40
  36. 36.  Testing/Assessment: Emily Miller and Corey Heitz  NBME Task Force: Dave Wald  ACE: Dave Wald  SLOE Task Force: Sarah Ronin Bentle  SAEM Program Committee: Luan Lawson and Laurie Thibodeau 41
  37. 37. • We have a robust track of programming at the CORD Academic Assembly. • Did you know that since the development of the CDEM track at CORD in 2009, we have had 98 separate talks with over 200 CDEM speakers? 42
  38. 38.  “Angie’s list” of educational products?  Reviews of books, software, websites?  Idea was a result of being asked to “sponsor” various education related products  FOAM site for the educator?  remediation, curriculum development, etc  Your ideas?

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