Council on Resident Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology (CREOG)/ Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics (APGO): Annual Joint Meeting
2013 CREOG & APGO Annual Meeting February 27 – March 2, 2013 JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort and Spa Phoenix, Arizona NEW for 2013 Online Registration! To register for the 2013 CREOG & APGO Annual Meeting, visit the APGO Web site at www.apgo.org/ meetings. (You will be prompted to create a profile if you do not already have one.) When registering, please select all ticketed events that you would like to attend.Original watercolor artwork provided by Pamela Johanssen, APGO’s Communications Director, retired. PRELIMINARY PROGRAMJoin us as we Celebrate APGO’s 50 Years of Advancing Women’s Health Through Extending Your Reach in Women’s Education Health Education: Up, Out, Across, and Around THE COUNCIL ON RESIDENT EDUCATION IN OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY THE ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSORS OF GYNECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS
MEETING OBJECTIVESDURING THIS PROGRAM, PARTICIPANTS WILL:Translate competencies into milestones for entrustable professional activities to provide structure and measuredevelopment across the educational continuum.Develop as effective advocates for women’s health at home and abroad.Engage with colleagues around educational topics including simulation, patient safety, clinical and surgical skills, socialmedia, and meaningful use of educational technology.Learn how to improve the education of our medical students, how to handle student mistreatment effectively, how toguide students through the residency selection process, and how to prepare students for residency.Improve the training of our interns, residents, and fellows as clinicians, surgeons, and educators in order to facilitatetheir transition into clinical and academic practice.Acquire and practice leadership skills in the areas of faculty development, mentorship, and negotiation.Work with, create, and prepare to implement novel women’s health curricula for learners at all levels.Critically evaluate ongoing research in ob-gyn education.Screen and discuss educational films in women’s health.Celebrate APGO’s 50 years of educational achievements.Receive reports and updates from key educational organizations in obstetrics and gynecology, including CREOG,APGO, ACOG, COFTOG, ABOG, JFCAC, ACGME, AAMC, the RRC, the LCME, ARCOG, and MECCOG.
CREGO & APGO ARCOG Clerkship Coordinator (MECCOG)WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2013 2. Recruiting and Developing Women as Leaders in Obstetrics and Gynecology – Can Women Have It All?GENERAL SESSION Hope A. Ricciotti, MDModerators: Mark B. Woodland, MS, MD Timothy R.B. Johnson, MD Sonya S. Erickson, MD Amy E. Young, MD Program Chairs 3. Advancing Resident Education in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility: ASRM eLearn™ Modules12:45 pm Andrew R. LaBarbera, PhDWelcome and Opening Session Nancy A. Bowers, BSN, RN, MPHDon’t miss this interactive kick off of the 2013 CREOG & APGOAnnual Meeting and celebrate APGO’s 50th Anniversary 4. Implementing the ACOG Simulations Consortium Curriculum for Your Residency Program: Obstetrics1:00 pm Shad H. Deering, MDWarren H. Pearse, MD, Lecture Ernest G. Lockrow, DORe-Envisioning the 21st Century Physician Sterling B. Williams, MD, MS, PhDand Making Assessment More MeaningfulRobert Englander, MD, MPH 5. Reaching Up and Across to Meet New ACGME RequirementsSenior Director, Competency-Based Learning and Assessment for Patient Safety, Transitions of Care, and TeamworkAssociation of American Medical Colleges Amy (Meg) Autry, MD Sarah Wilson, MD1:45 pm Melinda Lorenson, MDAdvocacy in and for Women’s Health Gavin F. Jacobson, MDBarbara S. Levy, MD Sarah M. Mandel, MDVice President, Health PolicyAmerican College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists 6. Round Table Sessions IAmerican Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists a) Pre-Intern Boot-Camp: Core Skill Building2:30 pm - 2:45 pm for the Ob-Gyn Intern Year Saifuddin T. Mama, MD, PhDQuestion and Answer Session Tuan A. Dinh, MD2:45 pm - 3:15 pm b) Creating a Curriculum for Fellowship inREFRESHMENT BREAK Global Health for Ob-Gyn Miriam L. Cremer, MD, MPH3:15 pm - 3:45 pmAmerican Board of Obstetrics c) Implementing a Resident Ritual Oath Across GME Programsand Gynecology (ABOG) Report Arthur T. Ollendorff, MDLarry C. Gilstrap, III, MDKenneth L. Noller, MD d) CREOG/APGO: You Can Take It with You! A Relevant Teaching Curriculum for Your Residents Back Home3:45 pm - 4:15 pm Scott C. Graziano, MD, MSResidency Review Committee for e) Teaching and Evaluating the Elusive Milestone of Knot TyingObstetrics and Gynecology (RRC) Report Katie Ann Propst, MDMary C. Ciotti, MD Guy Hewlett, MDMary Joyce Johnston, RHIA, MJ f) The Impact of Legislative Restriction of4:30 pm - 5:30 pm Abortion on Ob-Gyn Residency TrainingBREAKOUT SESSION I Laurel W. Rice, MD Pamela Lotke, MD, MPH1. Journal Watch: Celebrating Past Accomplishmentsand Future Directions of Medical Education ResearchAlice W. Chuang, MD 7. Round Table Sessions IIJohn L. Dalrymple, MD a) Advancing Patient Safety: InterdisciplinaryBrittany Star Hampton, MD TeamSTEPPS Training in an Ob-Gyn Academic Department Norman F. Angell, MD, PhD Scott Dexter, MD preliminary program | 3
CREGO & APGO ARCOG Clerkship Coordinator (MECCOG) b) LGBT Health Awareness in Obstetrics and Gynecology: 8:55 am - 9:20 am An Educational Intervention for Residents American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists/ Pooja Mehta, MD American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists: Julio M. Mazul, MD, MPH Presidential Officers’ Report Present and Future Challenges for ACOG and Our Specialty c) Use of Free Online Testing Software to Develop and James T. Breeden, MD, President Implement a Resident Gynecology Reading Quiz Curriculum Lynn Amy Boardman, MD 9:20 am - 10:00 am Kathleen Persavich, MD REFRESHMENT BREAK d) How to Set Up a Voluntary Resident Mentoring Program Exhibit Hall Lisa M. Foglia, MD Sara B. Thomson, MD 10:00 am - 11:00 am BREAKOUT SESSION II e) Incorporation of Medical Students in Restructuring of Clinical 1. Electronic Medical Records Education: An Avenue for New Opinions and Change John L. Dalrymple, MD Yoko Takashima, BA Abigail Wolf, MD Shweta A. Pai, BA Samantha Buery-Joyner, MD6:00 pm - 7:00 pm 2. Implementation of Centering PrenatalWELCOME RECEPTION Care into Residency TrainingExhibit Hall Julie Z. DeCesare, MD Debra Gussman, MD, MBA Donna M. Maxwell, CNM, DNPTHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2013 Andrew N. Blechman, MD7:00 am - 8:00 am 3. A Comprehensive Mentoring Program in ObstetricsFOCUS BREAKFASTS and Gynecology: Reaching Out to Residents and Beyond Kerri S. Bevis, MD1. Underrated & Underappreciated Jacob M. Estes, MDJodi F. Abbott, MD Julie Walsh-Covarrubias, MEd, EdDLorraine Dugoff, MD Alyssa B. Stephenson-Famy, MDArchana Pradhan, MD, MPH 4. Active Engaged Awareness: Integrating a Mindfulness and2. Community Based Educators: Developing Humanities Program into Resident Education in Ob-Gyna Surgical Curriculum in Your Residency Lise M. Rehwaldt, MDAmanika Kumar, MD Ambereen Sleemi, MD Mark S. Roberts3. Committee on Fellowship Training in Obstetricsand Gynecology (COFTOG): Reaching Fellowships 5. Utilizing Specialty Societies to Enhance Residency Trainingand Discovering Our Common Ground Franklin D. Loffer, MDCarrie L. Bell, MD Ted L. Anderson, MD, PhDR. Kevin Reynolds, MDTimothy R.B. Johnson, MD 6. Using Communication Technology for Surgical Skills Teaching in Uganda: A Pilot Study Among Intern DoctorsGENERAL SESSION at Mulago National Referral and Teaching HospitalModerator: Mark B. Woodland, MS, MD Amy (Meg) Autry, MD CREOG Program Chair Sharon K. Knight, MD Josaphat Byamugisha, MBChB, Cert.8:10 am - 8:45 am Yosam Nsubuga, MBChB, MMedCREOG Chair ReportLee A. Learman, MD, PhD 11:15 am - 12:15 pm BREAKOUT SESSION III8:45 am - 8:55 am 1. American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG)Junior Fellow Congress Advisory Council (JFCAC) Report Larry C. Gilstrap, III, MDLuke A. Newton, MD, JFCAC Chair Kenneth L. Noller, MD 2. Dialogue with the CREOG Education Committee CREOG Education Committee members4 | 2013 Creog & Apgo Annual Meeting
3. The Conflict Elevator: How to Push the Down Button! c) Providing More Continuity in the ObstetricsSusan M. Cox, MD and Gynecology Clerkship Improves Medical Students’Patrice M. Weiss, MD Ratings of the Quality of the Clerkship Hanan G. Bazzi, BS (Medical Student)4. Handling Reports of Student d) The Value of Oral Examinations and theMistreatment in Ob-Gyn Clerkships Role It Plays in Medical Student EducationNatasha R. Johnson, MD Emily Wu, DO (Resident)Holly R. Khachadoorian-Elia, MDHope A. Ricciotti, MD e) Students’ Perceived Responsibility for Patients Is Inversely Related to Patient Length of Stay5. Addressing Health Disparities Randi H. Goldman, MD (Resident)Through Family Planning EducationJody E. Steinauer, MD, MAS GROUP 2: Selecting & Developing Our InternsCarolyn B. Sufrin, MDAngela R. Dempsey, MD, MPH a) Utilizing a Role-Play Clinical Curriculum toAnitra D. Beasley, MD, MPH Assess Ob-Gyn Residency Internship Applicants Heidi Y. Chang, MD (Resident)6. Putting Evidence into Practice: b) Implementing an ACGME Competency-Based BehavioralWhy the Reluctance to Follow Guidelines & Data? Interview Curriculum in Selecting Residency ApplicantsErin E. Stevens, MD Christina A. Penfield, MD (Resident)Christina Pardo Maxis, MD c) Ascertainment of Competency Skills Desired for Incoming Interns Adeoti E. Oshinowo, MD, MPH (Resident)12:30 pm - 1:30 pmLUNCHEON MEETINGS d) A Pilot Procedural Skills Training Program for IncomingMedical Student Educators Luncheon Obstetrics and Gynecology Interns: Feasibility and ImpactLessons From the White House Doctor: Sarah M. Appleton, MDFrom Underdog to Top Dog e) The Short and Long Term Impact of a SimulationConnie Mariano, MD, FACP Based Surgical Skills Training Program on Ob-Gyn InternsPresident, Center for Executive Medicine Beverly M. Vaughn, MDAuthor: The White House Doctor GROUP 3: Surgical SkillsCREOG Regional Luncheons a) Development and Implementation of anRegion 1 – Karen E. George, MD Ob-Gyn Residency Curriculum for the Use ofRegion 2 – Peter F. Schnatz, DO (Election) Electrosurgery during Laparoscopic Bipolar Sterilization Lynn Amy Boardman, MDRegion 3 – Jessica L. Bienstock, MD, MPHRegion 4 – Phillip N. Rauk, MD b) Validity and Reliability of R-OSATS: A Novel Assessment Tool for Robotic Surgical TrainingRegion 5 – Joseph A. Ogburn, MD Nazema Y. Siddiqui, MD, MHSc1:30 pm - 2:00 pm c) To Determine the Effect of Identifying Total VaginalDESSERT BREAK Hysterectomy (TVH) as the Default Route of HysterectomyExhibit Hall on Resident Surgical Experience Alison Vogell, MD (Resident)2:15 pm - 3:30 pm d) Assessing Intraoperative Judgment Through theABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS Obstetrics and Gynecology Continuum of Practice Nathan Kow, MD (Fellow)GROUP 1: Educating Our Students e) “Pause” for Resident Education in the Operating Rooma) A Pilot Study of a Novel Point-of-Care Ultrasound Lindsay E. Clark, MD (Resident)Curriculum for Medical Students on the Obstetrics andGynecology Clerkship and Residents in Family Medicine GROUP 4: Professionalism AcrossJustin R. Lappen, MD Ob-Gyn Education Programsb) Implementation and Evaluation of a Novel Operating Room a) Patient Perceptions of Professionalism BasedSpecific Curriculum for the Obstetrics and Gynecology Clerkship on Provider’s Twitter Profile ContentBrittany Star Hampton, MD Rosalyn E. Maben-Feaster, MD, MPH (Resident) b) Obstetrics and Gynecology Faculty and Resident Utilization of Social Networking Sites and Awareness of the Risks Mark Hiraoka, MD, MS preliminary program | 5
CREGO & APGO ARCOG Clerkship Coordinator (MECCOG)c) FAC 2.0: The Future of Resident Evaluation. g) A Pilot Study for a Medical Spanish CurriculumFaculty Assessment of Competency Using QR Reader for Interns in Obstetrics and Gynecology ResidenciesJamie M. Sias, MD (Resident) Jill D. Gibson, MDd) Understanding of Biostatistics and Results of the Medical h) Effective Mentoring of Resident-Led Research ProjectsLiterature Among Canadian Obstetrics and Gynecology Residents Erin E. Stevens, MDOlga Bougie, MD (Resident) Paul L. Ogburn, MDe) Exxcellence in Lifelong Learning (L3 Ob-Gyn)and Resident Knowledge: What is the Relationship? AMERICAN RESIDENCY COORDINATORS INJovana Y. Martin, MD (Resident) OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY (ARCOG) CONCURRENT GENERAL SESSION3:30 pm - 4:45 pmSESSION ONE 7:00 am - 8:00 amCREOG & APGO FILM FESTIVAL – Spotlight on Gynecology ARCOG FOCUS BREAKFASTSCo-Producers: Sonya S. Erickson, MD New Coordinator Meeting Mark B. Woodland, MS, MD (Registration required – Designed for coordinators in their role less than two years, but others are welcome)1. A Guide to Effectively Teaching a Vaginal Hysterectomy Anne O’HearnBrittany Star Hampton, MD Roe Weisenbach2. Operative Hysteroscopy with a Resectascope MEDICAL EDUCATION CLERKSHIP COORDINATORSStacey A. Scheib, MD (MECCOG) CONCURRENT GENERAL SESSION3. LEEP: A Teaching Model and Demonstration Session for non-MD Clerkship CoordinatorsR. Shae Connor, MD 8:00 am - 8:10 am MECCOG Chair Welcome4. Screening Cystourethroscopy Performance L. Renata Vicari, Chairon a Surgical Simulation ModelPatrick J. Woodman, DO, MS 8:10am - 9:30am Who Knew LCME Could Be This Much Fun!3:30 pm – 4:45 pm L. Renata VicariROUND TABLE SESSIONS III Rebecca Slattery a) Effective Mentorship: What Works, What Doesn’t, Lisa M. Kellett and What the Literature Supports AnnaMarie Connolly, MD 9:30 am - 10:00 am REFRESHMENT BREAK b) Postabortion Hemorrhage: A Low-Fidelity High-Yield Exhibit Hall Simulation Roxanne M. Jamshidi, MD, MPH 10:00 am - 11:00 am Silka Patel, MD University Affiliated Clerkship at a c) Medical Missions within Our Borders: Enriching Resident Community-Based Hospital – Comparison Education in Caring for an Underserved Population in Rural US Jennifer Chiarantano Through a Critical Access Hospital Designation Facility Paul G. Stumpf, MD 11:00 am - 12:15 pm MECCOG ROUND TABLE SESSIONS d) Teaching Psychosocial Issues in the Obstetrics and (Participants will be able to rotate to all three tables) Gynecology Clerkship: Identifying Challenges, Finding Solutions Jonathan A. Schaffir, MD Lifelong Learning Tools for Students: Individual Learning Valerie Waddell, MD Plans, Critical Reflection, etc. Julie Lindow, MA e) Successful Sustainability of a Residency Program Dawn Watson Using Business and Technology Tools David S. Kim, MD, MS, MBA Occupational Hazards: Coping with Role Related Stress Dotun Ogunyemi, MD Erin D. Doelling Rebecca L. Hovatter f) Don’t Quit Your Day Job (or Your Night Job Either): Attaining Work-Life Balance in Today’s Workforce Longitudinal Clerkships: The Have’s and Have Not’s Shireen Madani Sims, MD L. Renata Vicari Katharyn Meredith Atkins, MD Lisa M. Kellett6 | 2013 Creog & Apgo Annual Meeting
2:15 pm - 2:50 pm 8:45 am - 9:15 amGenerational Influences on Digital Professionalism APGO PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESSLyree N. Mikhail, MD Assessing to Teach to the Max: Before Milestones Amy E. Young, MD2:55 pm - 3:30 pm APGO President Generational Differences and ProfessionalismSusan M. Cox, MD 9:15 am - 9:45 amPatrice M. Weiss, MD REFRESHMENT BREAK Exhibit Hall5:00 pm - 8:00 pmAPGOs 50th Anniversary Gala 9:45 am - 10:45 amMonte Carlo Casino Night JOINT CUCOG/CREOG/APGO SESSIONCelebrate APGOs 50 years of advancing womens health through educa- Lifelong Physician Developmenttion at the Monte Carlo Casino Night. Tickets are $110 ($150 VIP) and all John R. Combes, MDproceeds benefit APGOs 50th Anniversary Capstone Programs Fund. Allcasino guests are eligible for fabulous door prizes and bidding in the silent Senior Vice President at the American Hospital Association (AHA)auction. Optional cocktail attire. and the President of the Center for Healthcare Governance (CHG) 11:00 am - 12:15 pm ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONSFRIDAY, MARCH 1, 2013 GROUP 1: Educating & Recruiting Our Students7:00 am - 8:00 am a) The Third-Year Medical Student Clerkship Experience:FOCUS BREAKFASTS Does It Affect Whether They Choose Ob-Gyn as a Career? Xuezhi Jiang, MD1. Code Talkers: Describing ProfessionalismIssues in Student Evaluations b) A Decade of Success in Student RecruitmentNadine T. Katz, MD into Obstetrics and GynecologyErika H. Banks, MD Dana C. Farabaugh, MDMaya M. Hammoud, MD c) An Assessment of Medical Student Performance on Basic Laparoscopic Skills2. CUCOG Breakfast: Health Care Reform and Correlation with Choice of Medical Specialtyand Its Impact on Academic Obstetrics & Joseph E. Patruno, MDGynecology (all meeting participants welcome)Jonathan S. Berek, MD, MMS d) Evaluating the Influence of GenderHaywood L. Brown, MD on a Medical Student’s Ob-Gyn ClerkshipLaurel W. Rice, MD Emily Read (Medical Student) e) Patient Simulation in a Third-Year Ob-Gyn Clerkship:GENERAL SESSION Uncovering Differences in Knowledge versus ActionModerator: Sonya S. Erickson, MD Candace Whitaker (Medical Student) APGO Program Chair GROUP 2: Obstetric Skills8:15 am - 8:45 am a) The Role of Simulation in Resident Forceps TrainingCelebrating 50 years of Women’s Health Through Education Kathleen W. Persavich, MD, MS (Resident)APGO Business Meeting b) High-Fidelity Forceps Simulation Influences ResidentRobert F. Flora, MD, MBA, MPH, APGO Secretary-Treasurer Choice of Operative Vaginal Delivery MethodAmy E. Young, MD, APGO President Heather L. Straub, MD (Fellow)Executive Director’s Report c) Resident Documentation after Operative Vaginal DeliveriesA Retrospective of APGO’s Reach in Matthew S. Grolle, MD (Resident)Women’s Health Through Education d) Can Residents Assess Themselves? – The RelationshipDonna D. Wachter, APGO Executive Director Between Simulation Scoring and Resident Confidence When Learning Obstetrical SkillsAPGO Development Committee Report Loralei L. Thornburg, MDSusan M. Cox, MD, APGO Development Committee Chair e) Patient Recall of Surgeon Identity followingAPGO Undergraduate Medical Cesarean in a Residency Clinical Practice SettingEducation Committee (UMEC) Report Francis S. Nuthalapaty, MDNancy A. Hueppchen, MD, MSc, APGO UMEC Chair preliminary program | 7
CREGO & APGO ARCOG Clerkship Coordinator (MECCOG)GROUP 3: Clinic and Work Hours 3:00 pm - 4:00 pma) Case-Based Curriculum in the Ob-Gyn Resident Continuity Clinic: BREAKOUT SESSION IVImplementation and Learning Environment Impact 1. The Top Five Most Commonly Cited LCME TopicsErica L. O’Neill, MD (Fellow) Barbara Barzansky, PhD, MHPEb) Changes in Resident and Faculty Satisfaction on 2. No More Spring Fever: Transitioning to InternshipMoving to a Continuity-Based Group Practice Mode Abigail F. Winkel, MDLaura M. Pezzuto, MD (Resident) Sigrid ‘Bri’ Tristan, MDc) Effect of New Intern Work Restrictions on Intern Surgical ExperienceMeredith A. Cox, MD (Resident) 3. Resident Selection: Reviewing Applications and Creating Rank Listsd) Effect of Day and Night Shifts on Psychomotor Vigilance and Daniel M. Breitkopf, MDFetal Heart Rate Testing Matthew R. Hopkins, MDAnnelee C. Boyle, MD (Fellow) Douglas J. Creedon, MD, PhDe) Residents’ Perception of the Impact of the 2011ACGME Duty Hour Standards on Patient Safety and 4. Implementing the ACOG Simulations Consortium CurriculumQuality of Care: Before versus After Implementation for Your Residency Program: GynecologyJill M. Krapf, MD Ernest G. Lockrow, DO Shad H. Deering, MDGROUP 4: Systems Issues in Ob-Gyn Education Sterling B. Williams, MD, MS, PhDa) Results of a Long-Term Sustainability Survey ofGraduated Ryan Residency Training Programs, 2011 5. “You Posted What!?” Promoting Social MediaJody E. Steinauer, MD, MAS Professionalism in the Medical Community Luke A. Newton, MDb) An Educational Quality Measurement (EQM) Jill M. Krapf, MDTool for Academic Clinicians Meadow M. Good, DOSaju S. Joy, MD, MS, MPH Jason Parker, MDc) Signout Simulated: A Modern Approachto Improvements in Handoff Communication 6. Clinical Reasoning Evaluation on a Dime: OSCE,Rini B. Ratan, MD Script Concordance or Something New Roger P. Smith, MDd) Does It Take a Village? Examining the Role Abigail R. Litwiller, MDof Social Support in Residency Training Mark J. Di Corcia, PhD, OTRAlexis C. Gimovsky, MD (Resident)e) Depression and Anxiety Among Obstetrics 7. Round Table Sessions IVand Gynecology PGY-1 ResidentsSusan E. Gerber, MD, MPH a) Improving Breastfeeding Education for Obstetrics Residents Pamela D. Berens, MD12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Pamela Promecene, MDCREOG & APGO AWARDS & GRADUATION LUNCHEON b) Communication Milestone: A Model for Universal Milestones • APGO Lifetime Achievement Award that are Adaptable Across Disciplines and at All Levels of • APGO Resident Scholars Awards Training • APGO Electrosurgical Scholars Program Graduation Heather Z. Sankey, MD Michael Picchioni, MD • APGO Academic Scholars and Leaders Program Graduation c) Expanding Medical Student • CREOG & APGO Abstract and Poster Awards Understanding of Underserved Communities William E. Gist, MD1:30 pm - 2:45 pmDESSERT BREAK d) Implementation of Weekly Simulation Sessions toExhibit Hall Enhance Medical Student Performance on the Wards Shweta A. Pai, BA Yoko Takashima, BA e) Measuring the Effectiveness of a Fourth-Year Medical Student Interdisciplinary Surgical Skills Boot-Camp Susan Amin, BS Nagaraj Gabbur, MD8 | 2013 Creog & Apgo Annual Meeting
CREGO & APGO ARCOG Clerkship Coordinator (MECCOG)MEDICAL EDUCATION CLERKSHIP COORDINATORS 3. Reaching Your Learners: Achieving(MECCOG) CONCURRENT GENERAL SESSION Milestones in Robotic Surgical Training Martin A. Martino, MD9:45 am - 10:45 am Arnold Advincula, MDPanel Discussion: Updates for Clerkship Coordinators Nazema Y. Siddiqui, MDErin D. Doelling Joseph E. Patruno, MDLisa M. Kellett Michael L. Galloway, DOL. Renata VicariDawn Watson 4. Pearls & Pitfalls of Integrating Simulation into a Longitudinal Ob-Gyn Curriculum11:00 am - 11:35 am Abigail F. Winkel, MDStudent Mistreatment Susan M. Leong-Kee, MDHope A. Ricciotti, MD Veronica T. Lerner, MDNicki Johnson, MD 5. Reaching for Success: Advising Our11:40 am - 12:15 pm Students, Selecting Our ResidentsTimely Feedback Strategies Hope A. Ricciotti, MDEve L. Espey, MD, MPH Julio M. Mazul, MD, MPH K. Meredith Atkins, MD Jodi F. Abbott, MDSATURDAY, MARCH 2, 2013 9:45 am - 10:00 am7:00 am - 7:30 am STRETCH BREAKCONTINENTAL BREAKFAST 10:00 am - 11:00 am7:30 am - 8:30 am BREAKOUT SESSION VIGENERAL SESSION 1. A Novel Approach to LaparoscopicCreating a Learning Space: Complexity and Robotic Simulation Addressing QualityScience and Team Skills in the Classroom Improvement and Patient SafetyDiane M. Magrane, MD Lauren D. Schiff, MDDirector, International Center for Executive Leadership in Academics Courtney Lim, MD(ICELA at Drexel)Director, Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM) and 2. Three Little Pigs: Why Standardized Work IsExecutive Leadership in Academic Technology and Engineering Paramount to Teaching Quality Improvement(ELATE) Lauren Anne Cadish, MD Martina N. DiNapoli8:45 am - 9:45 am Toni H. Golen, MDBREAKOUT SESSION V 3. Feedback Throughout the Continuum:1. Women’s Health and Human Rights – How to Provide Effective Feedback to MedicalAn Educational Framework for Advocacy Students, Residents and FacultyDiane M. Magrane, MD Peter S. Marcus, MDOwen C. Montgomery, MD Diana S. Curran, MD Haywood L. Brown, MD2. Methodology of Self-Assessment ofResident Continuity Clinic: A Competency-Based, 4. Task Specific Check Lists: Constructing aSystematic Approach to Improvement Tool for Evaluation and Preop Mental ModelingAnnaMarie Connolly, MD Sandra D. Dayaratna, MDCarol Lorenz Guy Hewlett, MD 5. Improving Clinical Teaching: Moving From Evaluation to Assessment Francis S. Nuthalapaty, MD Alice W. Chuang, MDRegister Online! To register for the 2013 CREOG & APGO Annual Meeting, visit the APGO Web site at www.apgo.org/meetings. (You will be prompted to create a profile if you do not already have one.) When registering,10 | 2013 Creog & Apgo Annual Meeting would like to attend.please select all ticketed events that you
APGO Clerkship Directors’ School 301 Where To Start: Extending the Reach of the Clerkship Director Wednesday, February 27, 2013 7:30 am - 1:00 pm JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort - Phoenix, Arizona Course Directors: John L. Dalrymple, MD, Abigail Wolf, MD Participating UMEC Members: Jodi F. Abbott, MD, Alice W. Chuang, MD, Amie Cullimore, BEd, MD, MSc, Joseph M. Kaczmarczyk, DO, MPH, Sarah Page-Ramsey, MDJoin ob-gyn clerkship directors from across the challenges faced within the ob-gyn clerkship ship Directors’ School. It is designed for clerk-US and Canada for a truly innovative CME will be highlighted in the program, as well as ship directors of all levels of experience and isexperience. The 2013 Advanced Clerkship ongoing topics related to the LCME site visit. a stand-alone course. However, if you have at-Directors’ School is designed to address some Sessions will be conducted in interactive large tended Parts 101 and 201 of the APGO Clerk-of the most challenging aspects of the ob-gyn and small group settings with opportunity to ship Directors’ School and you attend this ses-clerkship. The key areas of focus will include share ideas and network. This program will not sion, you will receive a certificate of completionmaximizing the resources at your institution, en- only enhance your professional career but will at the end of this program.gaging students across the curriculum, and in- allow you an opportunity to meet in an interac-corporating non-ob-gyn teachers and learners tive learning environment with your colleagues.on the clerkship. Special attention to common This program is Part 301 of the APGO Clerk-Program7:30 - 7:40 am Introductions and Overview John L. Dalrymple, MD, Abigail Wolf, MD7:40 - 8:25 am Maximizing the Resources at Your Institution Sarah Page-Ramsey, MD, Abigail Wolf, MD Précis: This plenary provides an overview of commonly used and underutilized institutional resources to benefit the clerkship director and faculty in maximizing the ob-gyn clerkship, including a focus on interdisciplinary resources. Participants will develop a roadmap for exploration of such resources at their own institutions.8:30 - 9:15 am Transitions and Challenges in Medical Student Training (Small Group Session 1) Learners will participate in two, forty-minute sessions, during which time they will discuss strategies for addressing various challenges, complaints and barriers related to the ob-gyn clerkship. –– Remediating the Struggling Student (Sarah Page-Ramsey, MD) –– Recruiting Students Interested in Women’s Health (Alice W. Chuang, MD) –– Essential Skills for the Second-Year Ob-Gyn Student (Joseph M. Kaczmarczyk, DO, MPH) –– Identification and Management of Student Mistreatment (Jodi F. Abbott, MD) –– Engaging the Uninterested Learner (Abigail Wolf, MD)9:15 - 9:30 am Break9:30 - 10:15 am Transitions and Challenges in Medical Student Training (Small Group Session 2) Learners will participate in two, forty-minute sessions, during which time they will discuss strategies for addressing various challenges, complaints and barriers related to the ob-gyn clerkship. (Select two from Session 1)10:15 - 10:45 am Feedback to the Group10:45 - 11:30 am Taking Advantage of Non-Ob-Gyn Teachers for Your Clerkship Amie Cullimore, BEd, MD, MSc Précis: There are increasing academic and clinical demands on obstetric and gynecological faculty. As clerkship directors, it is neces- sary to find alternative ways to meet the objectives in our ob-gyn clerkships. This plenary will examine how other individuals within the faculty of medicine/health sciences and outside can assist in attaining the objectives of the ob-gyn clerkship.11:30 - 12:30 pm LCME Hot Topics: Crawling Through the LCME Desert to Reach the Oasis of Full Accreditation (Interactive Lunch Session) This lively and interactive session will give participants the opportunity to address common areas of focus and best practices related to the LCME site visit. This session is open to Clerkship Directors and Coordinators. The fee for Clerkship Coordinators is $50.00. The luncheon cost is included in the Clerkship Directors’ School registration fee.The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center designates this educational activity for a maximum of 4.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.REGISTRATIONCost: Members $225 | Nonmembers $275To register for Clerkship Directors’ School 301, visit the APGO Web site at www.apgo.org/meetings.(You will be prompted to create a profile if you do not already have one.) When registering, please selectall ticketed events that you would like to attend.
Monte Carlo Casino Night APGO’s 50th Anniversary Gala at the 2013 CREOG & APGO Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona Thursday, February 28, 2013 All proceeds benefit the 5 :00 pm - 8:00 pm 50th Anniversary Cocktail Attire Optional Capstone Programs Fund All casino guests are eligible for fabulous door prizes and bidding in the silent auction. Tickets: $110 per person and $150 VIP per person.Registration Form: payment:Name: Please make your payment by credit card or check payable to APGO (APGO Tax ID# 47-6057648)Title/Department: Please charge my: VISA MasterCardAddress: (Please note: APGO does not accept American Express)City: State: Zip: Name on Card: Telephone: ( ) Fax: ( ) Card Number: Email Address: Expiration Date: / Tickets: Credit Card Billing Address (Required) Casino Ticket: Play at any table on the casino floor (excludes VIP tables) Street: $110 per person x = $ City/State/Zip: VIP Ticket: Play at an exclusive VIP Blackjack table. Each table guarantees a *You may also remit payment when registering for the pot of $100 to one lucky winner. Annual Meeting online at www.apgo.org/meetings $150 per person x = $ Please assign me [and my guest(s)] to an open VIP table Mail or fax with payment to: Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics (APGO) I will call Marianne Poe at (410) 451-9560 to buy a table of 7 for $1,050 2130 Priest Bridge Drive, Suite 7, Crofton, MD 21114 (410) 451-9560 | Fax: (410) 451- 9568 I am unable to attend but would like to make a donation to the APGO 50th Anniversary Capstone Programs Fund. $
at a GlanceWHAT APGO 50th Anniversary Gala – A Monte Carlo Casino Night2013 CREOG & APGO Annual Meeting Thursday, February 28, 2013 | 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm“Extending Your Reach in Women’s Health Education: Join APGO for a 50th Anniversary celebration featuring casino games, foodUp, Out, Across, and Around” and fun! Come dressed in your best Monte Carlo attire and be ready for a little friendly competition for a great cause. Tickets are $110 and $150 for VIP. AllWHEN proceeds benefit the APGO 50th Anniversary Capstone Programs Fund. AllFebruary 27 - March 2, 2013 casino night guests will be eligible for fabulous door prizes and final bidding on items in APGO’s annual silent auction. Contact Marianne Poe at (410) 451-WHERE 9560 or email@example.com for more details or visit www.apgo.org/meetings.JW Marriott Desert Ridge ResortPhoenix, Arizona APGO BUSINESS MEETING NOTICE The APGO Annual Business Meeting will be held Friday, March 1, 2013, atREGISTRATION DEADLINE 8:15 am. All APGO members are invited and encouraged to attend. APGOThe early bird registration deadline is January 25, 2013. Online registration President Amy E. Young, MD, will deliver a special 50th Anniversary address,will close February 11, 2013. After that date, you will need to register onsite. Assessing to Teach to the Max: Before Milestones!MEETING COST HOTEL INFORMATIONBy January 25, 2013 – Early Bird The meeting will be held at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort in Phoenix,$275 APGO or CREOG members Arizona. Reservations must be made by January 25, 2013. You may make$250 Residents/ARCOG members & Clerkship Coordinators your reservations online through www.apgo.org/meetings or by phone at who are APGO members (800) 835-6206.$415 Non-membersFees are waived for medical students. ROOM RATE A block of rooms has been reserved at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort atAfter January 25, 2013, and Onsite a rate of $255/night. Suites are also available for an additional fee.$300 APGO or CREOG members All reservations must be guaranteed with a major credit card. Reservations$275 Residents/ARCOG members & Clerkship Coordinators require a one night’s room deposit. See hotel’s Web site for cancellation policy. who are APGO members Please make your reservations at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort until all$440 Non-members rooms are filled, as CREOG and APGO have contracted for a certain numberPROGRAM OVERVIEW of rooms to guarantee the low group rate. If these rooms are not utilized, weIn 2013 APGO will celebrate its 50th Anniversary. We invite you to celebrate in remain contractually liable for the room block. Be sure to identify yourself as athis milestone as we have an opportunity to reflect on APGO’s accomplishments CREOG & APGO Annual Meeting attendee.and look forward to advancing women’s health together. LOCATION AND AMENITIESThe annual meeting demonstrates CREOG and APGO’s commitment to the The JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort provides luxury, endless recreation andprofessional and personal development of its members. Key organizations that exquisite dining. This desert mountain luxury hotel near Phoenix features ainfluence ob-gyn education – ABOG, ACOG, APGO, ARCOG, COFTOG, pampering spa, outstanding restaurants and championship golf at Wildfire GolfCREOG, CUCOG, MECCOG and the RRC – will provide important information Club. The resort has received many awards and has been voted one of the Topand procedural updates on the latest changes and trends in academic medicine. 75 Resorts in North America by Condé Nast readers.EXHIBITS AND POSTERS TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM PHOENIX SKY HARBORCommercial and educational exhibits and posters will be displayed in the exhibit INTERNATIONAL AIRPORThall beginning Wednesday, February 27, 2013 through Friday, March 1, Phoenix Sky Harbor (PHX) is the closest airport to the host hotel. Shuttle services,2013. The Welcome Reception will be held in the exhibit hall on Wednesday taxis, and rental car services are available throughout the day. Links to additionalevening from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm. Refreshment breaks will be held in the exhibit information can be found on the APGO Web site, www.apgo.org/meetings.hall on both Thursday and Friday mornings and afternoons. CREOG STATES BY REGIONCYBER CAFE Region IThe Cyber Café, an Internet access area, will be centrally located in the Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Newfoundland, New Hampshire, Newregistration area. York, Nova Scotia, Quebec, Rhode Island, VermontSPECIAL FUNCTIONS Region IIWelcome Reception Delaware, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, New Jersey, Ohio, Ontario,The Welcome Reception will be held on Wednesday, February 27, 2013, from Pennsylvania6:00 pm – 7:30 pm in the exhibit hall. All meeting registrants are welcome. Region IIIGuests may attend for a fee. Commercial and educational exhibits and posters District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, Puerto Rico,will be displayed. South Carolina, Virginia, West VirginiaCREOG & APGO Film Festival Region IVIn its second year, the program will introduce videos for medical student and Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Manitoba, Minnesota,resident education and faculty development in process, procedures, and Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Saskatchewan, Tennessee, Texas,technical skills. Videos will be reviewed and popcorn will be served. WisconsinCREOG & APGO Awards and Graduation Luncheon Region VThis year the awards and graduation ceremonies will be held on Friday, March Alberta, Arizona, Armed Forces District, British Columbia, California, Colorado,1, 2013, during the CREOG & APGO Luncheon. Weather permitting, this will Hawaii, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washingtonbe held in outside. Guests over 16 years of age are invited to join meetingattendees. Tickets are required. preliminary program | 15
Association of Professors ofGynecology and Obstetrics2130 Priest Bridge Drive, Suite #7Crofton, MD 21114 2013 CREOG & APGO Annual Meeting JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort and Spa | Phoenix, Arizona February 27 – March 2, 2013 CREOG | 409 12th Street, SW | Washington, DC 20024 APGO | 2130 Priest Bridge Drive, Suite #7 | Crofton, MD 21114