45th Annual AAOS Course for Orthopaedic Educators #3267November 4-8, 2012; Bloomingdale, ILKevin P. Black, MD and Edmund R...
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6SESSION 4:        FOSTERING LEARNING IN THE CLINIC7:30 am           Breakfast8:30              Steering...
SESSION 7:           TEACHING SURGICAL SKILLS1:30                 Teaching Complex Surgical Skills Part I2:15             ...
COURSE DIRECTORSKevin P. Black, MD                                               Samir Mehta, MDPenn State Hershey Medical...
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45th Annual AAOS Course for Orthopaedic Educators

  1. 1. 45th Annual AAOS Course for Orthopaedic Educators #3267November 4-8, 2012; Bloomingdale, ILKevin P. Black, MD and Edmund R. Campion, MD, Course DirectorsDAILY SCHEDULE as of June 22, 2012SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4SESSION 1: INTRODUCTION4:00-6:00 pm Registration5:30-6:45 Group Dinner7:00 Welcome and History of the Educators Course7:15 Ground Rules and Expectations7:30 Introductions: Paired Interviews8:15 Memorable Teachers Exercise8:45 Summation of Memorable Teacher Exercise8:50 Summary9:00 AdjournMONDAY, NOVEMBER 5SESSION 2: GUIDING EDUCATIONAL CONCEPTS7:00 am Registration7:30 Breakfast8:30 Introduction8:35 Knowledge Map8:45 Challenges to Teaching Orthopaedics9:10 Organizing Concept for the Week9:15 Guiding Principles 1-310:10 Break10:30 Guiding Principles 4-611:15 Guiding Principles 7-811:25 Triad exercise - Identify Examples of Each Guiding Principle11:45 Summary of Guiding Principles12:00 pm Lunch1:00 Afternoon RecreationSESSION 3: APPROACHES TO TEACHING2:30 pm Teaching Perspectives and the Role of Cognitive Apprenticeship3:20 Program Planning Overview3:35 Break3:50 BOGERD and Pendletons Rules4:20 Role Play: BOGERD and Pendleton’s Rules4:40 Summary4:50 Elect Steering Committee5:00 Social Hour – Steering Committee/Faculty Meeting6:00 DinnerEvening Session7:00 Interactive Presentation Strategies8:15 Evaluation: What went well? Lessons Learned8:30 Adjourn
  2. 2. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6SESSION 4: FOSTERING LEARNING IN THE CLINIC7:30 am Breakfast8:30 Steering Committee Report8:35 Strategies for Fostering Learning in the Clinic8:40 Teaching Clinical Reasoning9:10 Direct Teaching: One Minute Preceptor9:25 Asking Good Questions10:10 Break10:30 Socially Situated Learning10:50 Teaching Communication Skills11:10 Cognitive Strategies11:35 Lessons Learned – Summation at the End of a Day in Clinic11:50 Summary of the morning12:00 pm Lunch1:00 Afternoon RecreationSESSION 5: PLANNING A RESIDENT ROTATION2:30 pm Planning a Resident Rotation3:10 Effective Use of Rotation-Specific Objectives3:30 Break3:50 Evaluating Knowledge and Skills Triad Exercise: Mid-Rotation Evaluation4:20 Evaluating Professional Behavior: The 360-degree review4:45 Summary5:00 Social Hour – Steering Committee/Faculty Meeting6:00 DinnerEvening Session7:00 Problem Residents7:55 Generational Issues8:15 Evaluation: What went well? Lessons Learned8:30 AdjournWEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7SESSION 6: PROBLEM RESIDENTS7:30 am Breakfast8:30 Steering Committee Report8:35 Affective Domain8:50 Pendleton Rules with Consequences9:15 Role Play Pendleton Rules with Consequences9:50 Due Process10:10 Break ORTHOPAEDIC WORKFORCE & IMPLICATIONS FOR PATIENT CARE10:25 Culturally Competent Care11:00 Resident Selection11:30 Strategies for Resident Applicant Interviewing12:00 pm Lunch
  3. 3. SESSION 7: TEACHING SURGICAL SKILLS1:30 Teaching Complex Surgical Skills Part I2:15 Video Demonstration and Discussion2:45 Teaching Surgical Skills Part II (Hands-on Exercise)3:35 Break3:50 Teaching Surgical Skills Part III – Surgical Simulation4:20 Summary of Teaching Surgical Skills4:30 “I Feel Disconnected”: Technology and Resident Education5:00 Steering Committee/Faculty Meeting6:00 DinnerFREE EVENINGTHURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8SESSION 8: YOUR CAREER AS AN ORTHOPAEDIC EDUCATOR7:30am Breakfast8:30 Steering Committee Report8:35 Department Roles and Movement within Roles9:10 Overview: Career Analysis Process9:30 Career Analysis12:00 pm Lunch1:00 Afternoon RecreationSESSION 9: WHAT’S NEXT?2:30 Core Competencies, Accreditation System, Milestones3:10 Core Curricula: Role and Place in the Academic Schedule3:35 Break FOR YOU3:45 Residents as Educators4:15 Commitment to Change4:20 Course Summary5:00 Course AdjournsThe American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons designates this live activity for a maximum of 27.5 AMA PRACategory 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation inthe activity.
  4. 4. COURSE DIRECTORSKevin P. Black, MD Samir Mehta, MDPenn State Hershey Medical Center Bone & Hospital of the University of PennsylvaniaJoint Institute Philadelphia, PAHershey, PA 2 (Zimmer; ; Smith & Nephew; AO North9 (American Orthopaedic Association; America);3B (Smith & Nephew; Synthes);5American Orthopaedic Society for Sports (Amgen Co; Medtronic; Smith & Nephew);7Medicine; Pennsylvania Orthopaedic (Wolters Kluwer Health - Lippincott WilliamsSociety); Submitted on: 06/08/2012.* & Wilkins);8 (Current Opinion in Orthopaedics);9 (Pennsylvania OrthopaedicEdmund R Campion, MD Society); Submitted on: 04/29/2012.*University of NC School of MedicineChapel Hill, NC Raj D. Rao, MD(n) Submitted on: 07/29/2011.* Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, WIFACULTY 8 (Elsevier; Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery - American; Journal of the AmericanApril D. Armstrong, MD Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons; Spine); 9Penn State Hershey Medical Center Bone & (Lumbar Spine Research Society; MedicareJoint Institute Coverage and Advisory Commission; NorthHershey, PA American Spine Society; North American6 (Zimmer - for research study - 20 glenoid Spine Society; US Food and Drugcomponents);7 (Journal of Bone and Joint Administration); Submitted on: 05/31/2012.*Surgery - American - Shoulder and ElbowHighlights Editorial Board);8 (Techniques in John F. Sarwark, MDshoulder and elbow surgery);9 (American Children’s Memorial HospitalShoulder and Elbow Surgeons); Submitted Chicago, ILon: 04/03/2012.* (n) Submitted on: 04/02/2012.*Robert J. Esther, MD CME COURSES COMMITTEE LIAISONUniversity of North CarolinaChapel Hill, NC Nirmal C. Tejwani, MD6 (Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases(Medical Board)---I do not receive direct New York, NYcompensation from them, but my department 1 (Biomet); 2 (Zimmer; Stryker); 3B (Zimmer;receives a contribution to our resident Stryker); 9 (AAOS; Orthopaedic Traumaeducation fund.); Submitted on: 04/17/2012.* Association; Federation of Orthopaedic Trauma.); Submitted on: 04/03/2012.*Sandra Jarvis-Selinger, PhDUniversity of British Columbia AAOS STAFFVancouver, BC(n) Submitted on: 05/25/2012.* Dawn Martinez CME Course Assistant (n) Submitted on: 04/11/2012.* Amber Schroeder CME Course Coordinator (n) Submitted on: 04/04/2012.* Cynthia Tyska, MA Manager, CME Courses (n) Submitted on: 04/04/2012.*Final disclosure updates will be located in the course syllabus.Disclosure Items Answered: (n) = Respondent answered No to all items indicating no conflicts. 1= Royalties from acompany or supplier; 2= Speakers bureau/paid presentations for a company or supplier; 3A= Paid employee for a companyor supplier; 3B= Paid consultant for a company or supplier; 3C= Unpaid consultant for a company or supplier; 4= Stock orstock options in a company or supplier; 5= Research support from a company or supplier as a PI; 6= Other financial ormaterial support from a company or supplier; 7= Royalties, financial or material support from publishers; 8=Medical/Orthopaedic publications editorial/governing board; 9= Board member/committee appointments for a society.

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