Register by January 4 and save $75    STFM 39th Annual    Conference on    Medical Student    Education    To register vis...
Get motivated. Get educated. Get connected.Get ready to shape and inspire the next generation of competent, dedicated, and...
New for 2013Saturday Morning Kick OffGet inspired and motivated by your colleagues’ insights on sustaining and refreshing ...
Conference Schedule    Thursday, January 24    7 am-7 pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...
Conference ScheduleSaturday, January 266:30-7:15 am. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....
Thursday, January 24    Preconference Workshop: Thursday, January 24    1-5 pm    Hot Topics in Family Medicine Education ...
Session FormatsThe Conference on Medical Student Education offers a variety of session formats to satisfy differing needs....
Friday, January 25    7–8 am                                                                                     Steven Be...
Friday, January 2510:30 am–Noon                                             L5A: Promoting Student Engagement in Patient  ...
Friday, January 25 10:30 am–Noon (cont.)                                   1:45–3:15 pm Hot Topic Session                 ...
Friday, January 25L9A: The Process of Aligning Three Different                Session C: Underserved and Public HealthCler...
Friday, January 25 1:45–3:15 pm (cont.)                                     L11A: Educating the Millennial Learner [MS]   ...
Friday, January 25PE4: Pharmacotherapeutics in Primary Care: AnEvidence-Based Focus on Patient Safety andInterprofessional...
Saturday, January 26 7:30–8:30 am		                                            Lecture-Discussions                        ...
Saturday, January 26Symposia                                                  L22A: Teaching Patient-Centered Medical Home...
Saturday, January 26 1–2:30 pm (cont.)                                          Session G: Clinical Skills                ...
Saturday, January 26Peer Papers: Completed Projects                             L25A: Incorporating a Student-Run Free Cli...
Saturday, January 26 3–4:30 pm (cont.)                                           Session J: Technology and Teaching       ...
Saturday, January 26Hot Topic Session                                         3–5 pmEach presentation is 45 minutes.HT5A: ...
Sunday, January 27 7:30-8:30 am		                                                                          As medical dire...
Poster PresentationsFriday, January 25                                           P8: MyBestHealth: A Patient-Centered Digi...
Poster Presentations P18: R U 4 PC?: Texting and Feedback on Primary Care During Medical School Andrea Wendling, MD, Andre...
Poster PresentationsP31: Practicing Early and Often: One Approach to           P40: Use of the Electronic Medical Record t...
Poster Presentations P48: Development of a “Longitudinal Management            P52: Learning Communities: Focusing on Facu...
Special Topic BreakfastsSaturday, January 26                                         B8: If You Build It, Will They Come? ...
Special Topic Breakfasts B19: Prevention-Based Learning: Adaptation of              Feedback: A Model of Mapping Subjectiv...
STFM 39th Annual Conference on Medical Student Education
STFM 39th Annual Conference on Medical Student Education
STFM 39th Annual Conference on Medical Student Education
STFM 39th Annual Conference on Medical Student Education
STFM 39th Annual Conference on Medical Student Education
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STFM 39th Annual Conference on Medical Student Education

  1. 1. Register by January 4 and save $75 STFM 39th Annual Conference on Medical Student Education To register visit www.stfm.org/mse January 24–27, 2013San Antonio Grand Hyatt San Antonio, TX1 1 1
  2. 2. Get motivated. Get educated. Get connected.Get ready to shape and inspire the next generation of competent, dedicated, and passionate physicians. Attend the 39th Annual Conference on Medical Student Education Health care delivery is in a state of rapid change. Get the skills and tools you need to prepare your medical students to lead and prosper in a new environment of patient care. Network with family medicine educators from around the country at this high-energy conference and find out how others are successfully: • Incorporating the patient-centered medical home and accountable care organization concepts into curricula • Assessing students • Using technology to teach • Developing high-performing faculty • Helping challenged (and challenging) students succeed • Enticing and keeping preceptors • Meeting LCME standards Bring your medical students and administrators. This conference offers a unique blend of family medicine education teams. Teacher/student presentations offer an invaluable perspective of family medicine. Connect Catch up with old friends, and build new relationships at these networking events: • Welcoming and Networking Reception: Thursday, 6:30–7:30 pm • Networking Luncheon with Award and Scholarship Presentations: Friday, 12:15–1:30 pm • Dine-Around Groups: Friday at 7 pm • Special Topic and Group Meeting Breakfasts: Saturday, 7–8 am and Sunday, 7:30–8:30 am • STFM and SSRFC Dance Party: Saturday, 9 pm–Midnight Experience San Antonio Few cities welcome, enchant, and inspire visitors as passionately as San Antonio. Located in the heart of Texas, San Antonio was recognized by Southern Living magazine readers as a “Best Southern City.” The city offers more than 300 days of sunshine a year and a vibrant combination of entertainment, culture, and history. Visit the world-famous River Walk, one of the top visitor destinations in Texas and a lively venue for networking and nightlife. Indulge in locally inspired Tex-Mex or barbeque, or enjoy international cuisine prepared by world-class chefs. And step back in time at the Alamo, an enduring symbol of courage and freedom. San Antonio’s authenticity, vibrancy, and diversity will charm you. For more information, visit www.visitsanantonio.com.2
  3. 3. New for 2013Saturday Morning Kick OffGet inspired and motivated by your colleagues’ insights on sustaining and refreshing family medicine. The session will bemoderated by STFM President Jerry Kruse, MD, MSPH. Student scholars and poster winners will also be recognized.Conference Planning TracksFocus your learning this year. The conference steering committee has flagged sessions related to:[MS] Student Interest – These sessions emphasize the skills and competencies students might find valuable as theyfocus their career interests.[HT] How To…– These sessions offer steps to build a range of family medicine educational performance skills.Dedicated Poster TimeThere’s no need to rush through the poster presentations this year. The 2013 schedule allows dedicated time for viewingposters and talking to presenters.Poster RecognitionPosters are being given the recognition they deserve this year. Outstanding posters will be awarded ribbons, and pre-senters will be recognized at the Saturday Morning Kick Off.Pay It Forward: Support STFM Student ScholarshipsWe’ve heard the feedback: you want to support students. You can now do that by making a donation to the STFMFoundation in support of the Conference on Medical Student Education Student Scholarship program. These scholarships aregiven to outstanding medical students who have chosen careers in family medicine. Each $500 scholarship, which is matchedby a local department of family medicine, pays for attendance at the STFM Conference on Medical Student EducationConference. Students are also publicly recognized for their achievements.STFM currently funds four scholarships, but many deserving students are nominated each year.See page 29 to make your donation. 3
  4. 4. Conference Schedule Thursday, January 24 7 am-7 pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conference Registration 1-5 pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Preconference Workshop: Hot Topics in Family Medicine Education ($125 additional fee; see page 6 for complete information.) 6-6:30 pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Orientation for First-time Attendees and New Members (Option I) 6:30-7:30 pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Welcoming and Networking Reception Friday, January 25 6:30-7 am. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Orientation for First-time Attendees and New Members (Option II): If you’re not able to join us on Thursday evening, stop by and learn more about the 2013 conference. 7 am-6 pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conference Registration and Computer Café 7-8 am. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Group on Medical Student Education Business Meeting 7-8 am. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . STFM Groups Meetings and Open Table Discussions With Breakfast (A list of Groups meeting will be published in the Final Program) 8:15-9:45 am. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conference Welcome With Announcements and Greetings Opening General Session The Family Medicine Accelerated Track: An Innovative Way to Expand the Primary Care Physician Workforce? Steven Berk, MD and Betsy Goebel Jones, EdD, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX 9:45-10:15 am. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Refreshment Break and Opening of Poster Hall 10:30 am-Noon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Concurrent Educational Sessions 12:15-1:30 pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Networking and Recognition Luncheon 1:45-3:15 pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Concurrent Educational Sessions 3:15-3:30 pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Refreshment Break and Poster Presentations 3:30-5:30 pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Concurrent Educational Sessions 7 pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dine-Around Groups 4 4
  5. 5. Conference ScheduleSaturday, January 266:30-7:15 am. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fun Run/Walk7 am-5:15 pm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conference Registration and Computer Café8 am-5 pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Concurrent Conference: 2013 Student-Run Free Clinic Conference (Additional fee; see www.stfm.org/SSRFC.)7:30-8:30 am. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Special Topic Breakfasts (See pages 25-26 for a complete list.)8:30-9 am. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saturday Morning Kick Off Sustaining and Refreshing Family Medicine with STFM President Jerry Kruse MD, MSPH, featuring Student Scholars and Poster Recognition9-10 am. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Refreshment Break With Poster Presentations10-11:30 am. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Concurrent Educational Sessions11:30 am-1 pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Open Lunch With Optional STFM Group Meetings (lunch on own)Noon-1pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Group on Medical Student Education Open Meeting (Bring your lunch with you!)1-2:30 pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Concurrent Educational Sessions2:30-3 pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Refreshment Break3-5 pm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Concurrent Educational Sessions9 pm-Midnight. . . . . . . . . . . . . STFM Dance Party with DJ (Families, friends, and SSRFC attendees welcomed!Sunday, January 277:30-10 am. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conference Registration and Computer Café7:30-8:30 am. . . . . . . . . . . . . STFM and SSRFC Open Table Networking, and STFM Groups Meetings Breakfast8:45-9:45 am. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Closing General Session (SSRFC conference attendees are welcome!) Training the Vanguard of Community Health in an Era of Primary Care and Public Health Integration Andrew Bazemore, MD, MPH, Robert Graham Center for Policy Studies in Primary Care, Washington, DC9:45 am. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conference Adjourns 5
  6. 6. Thursday, January 24 Preconference Workshop: Thursday, January 24 1-5 pm Hot Topics in Family Medicine Education Vincent WinklerPrins, MD, Georgetown University; Mari Egan, MD, MHPE, University of Chicago/Pritzker; Jennifer Molokwu, MD, MPH, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center; Katye Conniff, MD, University of Maryland; Mozella Williams, MD, University of Maryland; David Power, MD, MPH, University of Minnesota; Joel Heidelbaugh, MD, University of Michigan; Juliann Binienda, PhD, Wayne State University; Richard Colgan, MD, University of Maryland; Aaron Michelfelder, MD, Loyola University This workshop, presented by the members of the Group on Medical Student Education, will address three common themes that all family medicine educators face: (1) technology in medical education, (2) developing a teaching portfolio and promotion packet, (3) curriculum development and evaluation. This workshop will consist of three 15-minute presentations followed by facilitated 45-minute small-group break-out sessions for in-depth discussion of each topic. Best practices for each theme will be reviewed, summarized, and given to participants at the end of the session. Learning Objectives: At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to: 1. List commonly used medical applications and their utility in medical education. 2. evelop and implement the skills for organizing and developing teaching portfolios and promotion packets, with a D distinct goal of improving the likelihood of timely academic promotion. 3. ist common themes in curriculum development (eg needs analysis, statistical evaluation) and teaching assessment L by a review of the literature to highlight best practices and to learn how to access key resources to assist their own local curricular needs. Additional Fee: $125, see page 29 to register. (Additional fee covers CME, training materials, and refreshments.)6
  7. 7. Session FormatsThe Conference on Medical Student Education offers a variety of session formats to satisfy differing needs.Here is a brief overview of the sessions available for your participation:Workshops2-hour task-oriented, small-group educational sessionsSeminars90-minute didactic presentations with audience discussionSymposia90-minute sessions on collaborative work from multiple institutions or departments with a moderator organizing a briefpresentation to stimulate a focused discussion by participants Lecture-Discussions45-minute didactic presentations with discussion; Two lectures with a common subject are paired and offeredconsecutively in a 90-minute sessionPEER In-progress and Completed ProjectsProfessional Education Experience Review (PEER) sessions: 15-minute works in progress and 20-minute completedprojectsHot Topic Sessions45-90 minute sessions with topics and presenters selected based on current need of the disciplinePoster PresentationsVisual presentations with an informal information exchange: Attendees can peruse the posters and stop to speak withpresenters. 90-minutes total, during three refreshment breaksSpecial Topic Breakfasts60-minute, informal conversations: Leaders briefly present material and facilitate discussion. Limit 10 participants pertable Search educational sessions and view abstracts at www.stfm.org/mse or www.stfm.org/mobile or by scanning this QR code 7
  8. 8. Friday, January 25 7–8 am Steven Berk, MD, is dean of the School of Medicine and STFM Groups Meetings and Open Table executive vice president and provost at Texas Tech University Discussions With Breakfast Health Sciences Center A list of group meetings will be published in the Final Program. (TTUHSC). His personal vision 8:15–9:45 am for addressing the ever- increasing need for primary Opening General Session: care physicians through a The Family Medicine Accelerated Track: An unique Family Medicine Accelerated Track was realized in February 2010. Dr Berk’s leadership reflects an Innovative Way to Expand the Primary Care important balance between education, research, and Physician Workforce? clinical care. Steven Berk, MD, and Betsy Goebel Jones, EdD, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Prior to joining TTUHSC, Dr Berk held various leadership positions at East Tennessee State University, before In their 2010 book Educating Physicians: A Call for being named chair of the Department of Medicine in Reform of Medical School and Residency, Cooke, Irby, 1988, a position he occupied for 11 years. and O’Brien call for innovation and creativity in medical education, and they pose a key question that has Dr Berk is a Fellow of the American College of particular resonance for shortages in primary care: Can Physicians, the Infectious Disease Society of America, we produce competent and compassionate physicians the American Geriatric Society, and the American more efficiently and effectively? Moreover, the maxim of College of Chest Physicians. He is the author or the current milieu is better care, better health, and lower co-author of more than 120 peer-reviewed publications cost, which further demands a re-balance of the and four textbooks. He has served on the NIH Special physician workforce in favor of primary care. The time is Advisory Panel on the evaluation of vaccines against right for medical schools to take some responsibility for infections in the elderly and on the editorial board of the shortages in primary care and look for innovative Journal of the American Geriatric Society. approaches to rejuvenate these disciplines. Betsy Jones, EdD, is professor Accelerated training in family medicine is one such and vice chair for Education and innovation to expand the primary care workforce and Research in the Department of do so efficiently and effectively. Family and Community Medicine This presentation will make the case for accelerated at Texas Tech University Health training in family medicine as a means to expand the Sciences Center. In addition, she primary care workforce and to make family medicine serves as regional director of attractive to students by allowing them to begin careers the Laura W. Bush Institute for earlier and with less debt. Women’s Health at TTUHSC. Learning Objectives: Dr Jones is also a member of the STFM Research At the end of this presentation, participants will be Committee. able to: Dr Jones is a member of the leadership team for Texas • escribe the Family Medicine Accelerated Track D Tech’s Family Medicine Accelerated Track program and at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center is course director for the MS1 Early Clinical Experience School of Medicine—a 3-year accelerated medical course. She works extensively with TTUHSC’s programs school curriculum that culminates in the MD degree in geriatrics, women’s health, and community and prepares students for a standard 3-year family engagement. Dr Jones also produces the Texas Tech medicine residency MedCast, an innovative series of audio and video • xplain the history and rationale for this novel E podcasts for medical students and residents. She is approach, including reducing student debt and principal investigator for the HRSA-funded project increasing the status of primary care within the WARMTH West Texas: Women’s and Rural Medicine medical school Tracks for a Healthier West. She completed the • ist the steps involved in implementing the L Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM) program and current program status and fellowship program at Drexel University. outcomes.8
  9. 9. Friday, January 2510:30 am–Noon L5A: Promoting Student Engagement in Patient Self-Management: A Multi-Modality Longitudinal Curriculum in Motivational Interviewing [MS]Seminars David Richard, MD, Samuel Faber, MD, Alan Adelman,S1: Designing Cheap and Effective Multimedia Videos MD, MS, Peter Lewis, MD, Pennsylvania State Universityfor Medical Education [HT] L5B: Using Home Visits to Explore the SocialRaj Mehta, MD, Robert Hatch, MD, MPH, George Determinants of Health With Second-Year MedicalSamraj, MD, MRCOG, Richard Rathe, MD, John Malaty, Students [MS]MD, University of Florida, Gainesville Shipra Bansal, MD, A.T. Still University; Lisa Hardy, PhD, Northern Arizona UniversityS2: Action-Reaction: Poverty Simulation as a Tool forInfluencing Medical Student Attitudes SymposiaDavid Deci, MD, Renie Schapiro, MPH, Stephen Bagwell,MA, University of Wisconsin SY1: Medical Educators as Leaders in Academic Health Centers: Lessons From Our Deans Jeri Hepworth, PhD, University of Connecticut, St FrancisLecture Discussions Hospital FMR, Hartford, CT; David Henderson, MD,L1A: A Culture of Apprenticeship: How Creating University of Connecticut, St Francis Hospital,Useful Students Enhances Learning and Improves Farmington, CT; Richard Holloway, PhD, Medical CollegePreceptor Satisfaction of Wisconsin; Heidi Chumley, MD, University of KansasKristen Goodell, MD, Wayne Altman, MD, Tufts University Medical Center; Wanda Gonsalves, MD, MedicalL1B: Teachingphysician.org: Use of This Novel University of South CarolinaResource for Supporting Faculty Development of SY2: Marketing Family Medicine: Four FamilyCommunity-Based Preceptors Medicine Programs Share Innovative StrategiesJane Shaw, MS, Brown Medical School; Mary Theobald, to Inspire Medical StudentsMBA, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Leawood, Martha Seagrave, PA-C, University of Vermont; YumiKS; David Anthony, MD, MSc, Brown University, Jarris, MD, Georgetown University; Dennis Gingrich, MD,Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island; Julie Taylor, MD, Pennsylvania State University; Rachel Franklin, MD,MSc, Brown University, Memorial Hospital of Rhode Oklahoma UniversityIsland, ProvidenceL2A: An Update to Free Google Sites, Your New Peer Papers: Completed ProjectsFamily Medicine File Cabinet [MS] [HT] Session A: Collaborative Learning and Clinical SkillsNipa Shah, MD, University of Florida, Jacksonville PA1: The Impact of a PCMH Clerkship Curriculum onL2B: Social Media and Medical Education: A Brave NBME Subject Exam PerformanceNew World [MS] [HT] Harald Lausen, DO, MA, Tracey Smith, APRN, BC, MS,Mark Ryan, MD, Virginia Commonwealth University; Southern Illinois UniversityAaron Michelfelder, MD, Loyola University PA2: Patient Satisfaction With the Interprofessional Teaching Clinic: A Quality Improvement ProjectL3A: Public Health, Policy, and Advocacy—A Role for Jana Zaudke, MD, John Delzell, MD, MSPH, HeidiAll Physicians [MS] Chumley, MD, Christie Befort, PhD, Joshua Stewart, MD,Elizabeth Grant, MD, Brian Solan, MD, MPH, Amy Megan Spokes, MD, Michael Duncan, MD, Brian Koenen,Clithero, MBA, University of New Mexico MD, University of Kansas Medical CenterL3B: Optimizing Integration of Public Health and PA3: Simultaneous Auscultation Using ElectronicMedical Education: The Role of Family Medicine Stethoscopes and Mobile Applications forEducators Community-Based Medical Student EducationJacob Prunuske, MD, MSPH, University of Minnesota; Joy Lewis, DO, PhD, A.T. Still UniversityYumi Jarris, MD, Georgetown University; William Jordan, PA4: Assessing Adherence to Preventative CareMD, MPH, Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY; Ranit Screening Guidelines Using an Objective StructuredMishori, MD, MHS, Georgetown University; Christopher Clinical Examination (OSCE)Morley, PhD, MA, CAS, SUNY Upstate Medical University Deanna Willis, MD, MBA, Richard Kiovsky, MD, Indiana University 9
  10. 10. Friday, January 25 10:30 am–Noon (cont.) 1:45–3:15 pm Hot Topic Session Seminars Each presentation is 45 minutes. S3: What’s New With the “Shelf?” Update on the HT1A: Faculty Development for Medical Student NBME Family Medicine Subject Exam Education Leaders Robert Hatch, MD, MPH, University of Florida, Katherine Margo, MD, University of Pennsylvania; Gainesville; Paul Paulman, MD, University of Nebraska; Alexander Chessman, MD, Medical University of South Aggie Butler, PhD, National Board of Medical Examiners, Carolina; Elizabeth Garrett, MD, MSPH, University of Philadelphia, PA Missouri-Columbia; David Little, MD, University of Vermont S4: How to Use a Wordpress-Based Website HT1B: Advocacy in Action: A Legislative Update on Platform to Deliver an e-Learning Curriculum to Issues Affecting Family Medicine Medical Students [HT] Mary Nolan Hall, MD, Carolinas Medical Center Family Michele Doucette, PhD, David Gaspar, MD, University Medicine Residency-Eastland; Hope Wittenberg, MA, of Colorado, Aurora; Caroline LeClair, DO, University of Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Washington DC Colorado, Denver Lecture-Discussions L6A: Getting Big Buy-In to Move Your Projects Forward [HT] David Keegan, MD, CCFP(EM), FCFP, University of Calgary L6B: How to Get Your Predoctoral Education Team Ready to Accomplish Some Great Things David Keegan, MD, CCFP(EM), FCFP, University of Calgary L7A: Strategies to Engage Medical Students in Family Medicine Research and Scholarship [MS] [HT] Juliann Binienda, PhD, Margit Chadwell, MD, Wayne State University L7B: Student/Faculty Research Projects: Exploring Models of Collaboration [MS] Heather Paladine, MD, Columbia University; Julie Phillips, MD, MPH, Michigan State University; Carol Hustedde, PhD, University of Kentucky; Rupa Prasad, Orlando Sola, Columbia University; Sarah Hartwick, Michigan State University L8A: Mental Health and Primary Care—An Interdisciplinary, Case-Based Approach to Teaching Anthony Costa, MD, Mark Munetz, MD, Northeast Ohio Medical University L8B: Teaching Students How to BATHE: Behavioral Skills Training in a Family Medicine Clerkship [MS] [HT] Tammy Baudoin, MD, Jan Hood, MD, Joy Reger, MEDL, Nancy Bushnell-Harper, MA, LPC, Louisiana State University, Shreveport10
  11. 11. Friday, January 25L9A: The Process of Aligning Three Different Session C: Underserved and Public HealthClerkship Settings to Deliver One Curriculum PC1: Developing Public Health Selectives at an UrbanCarin McAbee, Thomas LaClair, MD, MBA, Christopher Medical CampusRyan, MD, Robert Eugene Bailey, MD, Donna John Brill, MD, MPH, St. Lukes Aurora FMR, Milwaukee,Dranchok, SUNY Upstate Medical University WI; Paul Hunter, MD, University of WisconsinL9B: Incorporating the Breadth of Family Medicine PC2: Tracking Medical Student Altruism: FromScholarship Into Medical Education Through a College to Caring for the Underserved [MS]Pathways Program [MS] Carol Motley, MD, Allen Perkins, MD, MPH, William Black,Linda Meurer, MD, MPH, Nancy Havas, MD, David Mary Walker, University of South AlabamaNelson, PhD, Britlyn Orgill, Medical College of PC3: A Qualitative Study of Educational Impact onWisconsin Students After Completion of an Underserved Curriculum David Evans, MD, Sharon Dobie, MD, MCP, Toby Keys,Peer Papers: In Progress MA, MPH, University of WashingtonSession B: Preceptors and Clinical Teaching PC4: Evaluation of an Intervention to EnhancePB1: Strategies and Motivations for Effective Student Interest In Care for the Underserved:Teaching Among Exemplary Community-Based Baseline DataPreceptors David Anthony, MD, MSc, Julie Taylor, MD, MSc, PaulStephen Scott, MD, MPH, Weill Cornell Medical College in George, MD, Marina MacNamara, MPH, Brown MedicalQatar, New York, NY; David Anthony, MD, MSc, Brown SchoolUniversity, Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island, Pawtucket, PC5: Patient Satisfaction and Quality Perception at aRI; Katherine Margo, MD, University of Pennsylvania; Student-Run Free Clinic [MS]Alexander Chessman, MD, Medical University of South Scott Moser, MD, Jessica Leiker, Gretchen Dickson, MD,Carolina; Jason Chao, MD, MS, Case Western Reserve MBA, University of Kansas-WichitaUniversity; Martha Seagrave, PA-C, University of Vermont; “Karen Schifferdecker, PhD, Geisel School of Medicine atDartmouth, Lebanon, NH; Shou Ling Leong, MD, The Conference serves as myPennsylvania State University a nnual renewal. It provides anPB2: The Feedback Loop: Using Data to SupportPreceptors’ Self-Calibration of Student Clinical injection of enthusiasm,GradesRobin Maier, MD, MA, University of Pittsburgh collaborative learning, andPB3: Impact of Frequent Assessment on Student collegial support that sustainsRatings of Preceptor Feedback and Clinical TeachingEffectiveness m e all year.”William Jordan, MD, MPH, Pablo Joo, MD, Maria TeresaSantos, MD, Jennifer Purcell, PhD, Albert Einstein - David Deci, MDCollege of MedicinePB4: Outpatient Workplace Learning: Impact of Search educational sessionsContinuity With Peers and Patient Population in ThirdYear [MS] and view abstractsMargo Vener, MD, MPH, Ann Poncelet, MD, MPH, at www.stfm.org/mseArianne Teherani, PhD, Maria Wamsley, MD, Calvin Chou,MD, PhD, University of California-San Francisco; Dylan or www.stfm.org/mobileMasters, University of California-San Diego, or by scanning this QR codeSan Francisco, CAPB5: Medical Student Beliefs Regarding Addictionand Harmful Use—A Pilot Study [MS]James Theis, MD, Tulane University 11
  12. 12. Friday, January 25 1:45–3:15 pm (cont.) L11A: Educating the Millennial Learner [MS] David Norris, MD, Thais Tonore, MD, University of Mississippi Medical Center Peer Papers: Completed Projects L11B: Communicating Effectively With the Millennial Session D: Student and Patient Experience Generation Medical Student [MS] PD1: Speed Date Our Specialty: A Novel Event to Suzanne Minor, MD, Marquita Samuels, Florida Increase Students’ Understanding of Family Medicine International University Jennifer Pecina, MD, Nora King, Samuel Porter, L12A: The One-Minute Learner: An Innovative Tool to Megan Chock, Mayo Medical School Enable Student-Initiated Discussion of Goals and PD2: What Third-Year Medical Students Teach Us Expectations [HT] About the Hidden Curriculum [MS] Miriam Hoffman, MD, Joanne Wilkinson, MD, MSC, Jana Zaudke, MD, Natabhona Mabachi, PhD, Ann Boston University Medical Center; Molly Cohen-Osher, Neuhaus, MD, Tony Paolo, PhD, University of Kansas MD, Tufts University Medical Center L12B: AAFP Student Interest “Influencer” Portfolio PD3: Results of a Web-Based Patient Log Detailing [MS] Clinical Experience on Family Medicine Clerkship Ashley Bieck, MPA, Wendy Biggs, MD, American Compared to All Academy of Family Physicians, Leawood, KS Sarah Swofford, MD, MSPH, Amanda Allmon, MD, Elizabeth Garrett, MD, MSPH, University of Missouri- L13A: Teaching From Afar: Family Medicine Clerkship Columbia Educational Innovations in a Distance-Learning PD4: Measuring the Overall Quality of Well-Being of Environment Patients at Student-Run Free Clinics [MS] Jeanne Cawse-Lucas, MD, Misbah Keen, MD, MBI, MPH, Sunny Smith, MD, Willie Chen, BA, Michelle Johnson, University of Washington MD, Ellen Beck, MD, University of California-San Diego L13B: Creating a Web-Based Virtual Patient Centered Medical Home for Medical Student Education [HT] Juliet McKee, MD, Saleh Elsaid, MD, Kyu Jana, MD, Hot Topic Session University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston HT2: Intimate Partner Violence: Addressing Implicit Bias in Our Learners Peer Papers: In Progress Julie Schirmer, MSW, Maine Medical Center Family Medicine Residency, Portland, ME; Martha Seagrave, Session E: Interprofessional Education and Practice PA-C, University of Vermont; Eric Brown, MD, Eastern PE1: The Interprofessional Teaching Clinic: Maine Medical Center Family Medicine Residency, Interprofessional Education at the Point of Care Bangor, ME Jana Zaudke, MD, Heidi Chumley, MD, John Delzell, MD, MSPH, Hannah Maxfield, MD, Jim Kleoppel, MS, PharmD, Courtney Tenbarge, RN, MNSc, University of 3:30–5 pm Kansas Medical Center PE2: Team-Based Learning Improves Higher-Level Lecture-Discussions Reasoning Skills Joan Bedinghaus, MD, David Nelson, PhD, Stephanie L10A: How Do We Teach Residents to Teach? Shaw, Medical College of Wisconsin A Workshop Approach [HT] PE3: Learning Together: An Interprofessional Elizabeth Garrett, MD, MSPH, Amanda Swenson, MD, Program for Medical and Nursing Students Visiting Peter Koopman, MD, University of Missouri-Columbia Wards of the Court L10B: Renewing Medical Student Interest in Primary Rachel Bramson, MD, MS, Angela Hairrell, PhD, Dana Care: The Power of Family Medicine Residents as Gerlock, MS, Texas AM University FMR, Bryan, TX Teachers Steven Lin, MD, San Jose O’Connor Hospital FMR, San Jose, CA; Erika Schillinger, MD, Stanford University; Grace Yu, MD, San Jose O’Connor Hospital FMR, San Jose, CA12
  13. 13. Friday, January 25PE4: Pharmacotherapeutics in Primary Care: AnEvidence-Based Focus on Patient Safety andInterprofessional EducationCharmaine Martin, MD, Amanda Loya, PharmD, JenniferMolokwu, MD, MPH, Gurjeet Shokar, MD, Texas TechUniversityPE5: An Integrated Approach to Curriculum at a NewMedical School Combining PCMH and fmCASESBeth Polk, MD, Virginia Tech Carilion School of MedicineHot Topic SessionHT3: STFM Initiatives – What’s New, What’s Hot,What’s ComingJerry Kruse, MD, MSPH, Southern Illinois University;Gretchen Dickson, MD, MBA, University of Kansas-Wichita; Susan Cochella, MD, MPH, University of Utah;Traci Nolte, CAE, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine,Leawood, KS; AlexanderChessman, MD, Medical University of South Carolina;Katherine Margo, MD, University of Pennsylvania3:30–5:30 pmWorkshopsW1: Simulation Training Around Sexuality Assessmentand Communication [HT]Julie Schirmer, MSW, Peggy Cyr, MD, Maine MedicalCenter FMR, Portland, MEW2: I’ve Always Wanted to Direct: Using Video toDevelop Faculty- and Student-Generated TeachingMaterials [HT]Betsy Jones, EdD, Simon Williams, PhD, AndrewDentino, MD, Texas Tech UniversityW3: Adapting OSCEs to Measure Patient-Centric EHRUse [HT]Frances Biagioli, MD, Kathryn Chappelle, MA, WilliamToffler, MD, Oregon Health Science UniversityW4: How to Kick-Start Strategic Planning for YourUndergraduate Family Medicine Education Committee[HT]David Keegan, MD, CCFP(EM), FCFP, University ofCalgary 13
  14. 14. Saturday, January 26 7:30–8:30 am Lecture-Discussions L14A: Innovative Health Literacy Curriculum for Special Topic Breakfasts Required Clerkship Results in Student Retention of Ssee pages 25-26 for a complete list. Knowledge and Skills Donna Roberts, MD, Jeri Reid, MD, Sharon Barrer, RN, Karen Miller, PhD, Craig Ziegler, MA, University of 8:30–9 am Louisville Saturday Morning Kick Off L14B: Using a Case-Based Oral Examination to Assess the Success of Remediating Medical Students Sustaining and Refreshing [HT] Family Medicine Fulvantiben Mistry, MD, PhD, E.A. Conway Family with STFM President Jerry Kruse, Practice, Monroe, LA MD, MSPH, featuring Student Scholars and Poster Recognition L15A: LCME Probation: How to Avoid It [HT] Regina Loya, MS, James Tysinger, PhD, Kaparaboyna Kumar, MD, University of Texas HSC at San Antonio L15B: So a Medical Student Has Claimed Mistreatment, Now What? [HT] David Power, MD, MPH, University of Minnesota Medical 9-10 am School; Aaron Michelfelder, MD, Loyola University; Joel Heidelbaugh, MD, University of Michigan Refreshment Break with Poster Presentations L16A: Email Communication Curriculum to Teach Medical Students About the Value of Other Health 10–11:30 am Care Professionals [MS] Kenia Mansilla-Rivera, MD, University of Connecticut, Seminars St Francis Hospital FMR, Avon, CT L16B: Using an Online Format to Teach SOAP Note S5: POCUS: Point-of-care Ultrasound: A Novel Writing Web-Based Curriculum to Teach Bedside Ultrasound Juliet McKee, MD, Keith Bly, MD, Darren Burns, to Medical Students [MS] [HT] University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston Nicholas Cohen, MD, Justin Lappen, MD, Kimberly Gecsi, MD, Honor Wolfe, MD, Ashish Bhimani, MD, L17A: Well Doctors Doctor Well: Teaching Students University Hospitals Case Medical Center FMR, to Align Personal Values With Their Professional Cleveland, OH Choices Molly Cohen-Osher, MD, Amy Lee, MD, Lilia Cardenas, S6: Incorporating STFM’s National Clerkship MD, Tufts University Curriculum Into the Curriculum: Evolution and L17B: Teacher Identity: An Essential Ingredient in Best Practices [HT] Recruiting, Developing, and Retaining Our Clinical Shou Ling Leong, MD, Pennsylvania State University; Faculty Alexander Chessman, MD, Medical University of South Mark Quirk, EdD, Mary Lindholm, MD, Frank Domino, Carolina; Beat Steiner, MD, MPH, University of North MD, University of Massachusetts Carolina; Susan Cochella, MD, MPH, University of Utah; Jason Chao, MD, MS, Case Western Reserve University; L18A: Taking the Lead: Clerkship Coordinators as Katherine Margo, MD, University of Pennsylvania; Leaders Stephen Scott, MD, MPH, Weill Cornell Medical College; Christie Legler, Medical College of Wisconsin David Anthony, MD, MSc, Brown University Memorial L18B: Teaching LGBT Health Care Disparities and Hospital of Rhode Island, Pawtucket, RI; Martha Fostering LGBT Student/Faculty Inclusion [MS] [HT] Seagrave, PA-C, University of Vermont; John Waits, MD, Jim Medder, MD, MPH, University of Nebraska Medical University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa Center14
  15. 15. Saturday, January 26Symposia L22A: Teaching Patient-Centered Medical Home Concepts: A Plan, Do, Study, Act Adventure! [HT]SY3: Three-Year Medical Degree Programs: Design Kelly Fedoriw, MD, Beat Steiner, MD, MPH, University ofFeatures of Accelerated Curriculum Tracks From North CarolinaStructurally Diverse Medical Schools L22B: QA/QI Project in the Clerkship in FamilyDouglas Bower, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin; Betsy Medicine: A Win-Win Endeavor for Students andJones, EdD, Texas Tech University; Robert Pallay, MD, PreceptorsSavannah FMR, Savannah, GA; Fiona Prabhu, MD, Texas Steven Keller, PhD, Chantal Brazeau, MD, RobinTech University; Regina Buckley, MD, Mercer University; Schroeder, MD, UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School;Leslie Patterson, MS, Medical College of Wisconsin Caryl Heaton, DO, UMDNJ-School of Osteopathic MedicineSY4: Competency-Based Assessment in MedicalStudent Education L23A: Common Language for InterprofessionalJoan Bedinghaus, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin; Education: The WHO International Classification ofKristen Goodell, MD, Tufts University; Betsy Naumburg, Functioning, Disability, and HealthMD, University of Rochester Christine Jerpbak, MD, Lauren Collins, MD, Nethra Ankam, MD, Marcia Levinson, PT, MFT, PhD, Thomas1–2:30 pm Jefferson University L23B: Interprofessional Mentoring AmongLecture-Discussions Undergraduate Health Profession Schools [MS] Kenia Mansilla-Rivera, MD, University of Connecticut,L19A: Implementation of a Longitudinal Curriculum St Francis Hospital FMR, Avon, CT; Katharine Kubler,on the PCMH: Student and Patient Outcomes [MS] University of Connecticut, St. Francis Hospital,Shou Ling Leong, MD, David Richard, MD, Kelly Karpa, Farmington, CTPhD, RPh, Samuel Faber, MD, John Messmer, MD,Tamara Oser, MD, Patricia Gordon, MD, Paul Haidet, MD,MPH, Pennsylvania State UniversityL19B: Developing an Interprofessional PatientCentered Medical Home Mini-Course [HT]Nancy Weigle, MD, Joyce Copeland, MD, ChristopherDanford, Gloria Trujillo, MD, Barbara Sheline, MD, DukeUniversity Medical CenterL20A: An Innovative Learning Tool: Self-AssessmentModules (SAMs) Improve Learning in the MedicalSchool CurriculumStephen Sewell, MD, Penelope Holland-Barkis, MD,Scott White Texas AM University FMR, Belton, TX;Shane Maxwell, MD, Texas AM UniversityL20B: From Technician to Thinker: Physical ExamMeets Cognitive Reasoning in a Competency-BasedPre-Clerkship WorkshopDeborah Erlich, MD, MMedEd, Kristen Goodell, MD, TuftsUniversityL21A: Engaged in Family Medicine! Project-BasedCooperative Learning in the Third-Year ClerkshipTammy Baudoin, MD, Jan Hood, MD, Joy Reger, MEDL,Louisiana State University HSC, ShreveportL21B: Project Management in Scholarship:Longitudinal Support of Required Scholarly Work forMedical Students [MS]Caroline LeClair, DO, University of Colorado, Denver 15
  16. 16. Saturday, January 26 1–2:30 pm (cont.) Session G: Clinical Skills PG1: Preparing Students for Residency: Using ACGME Core Competencies to Develop a Peer Papers: In Progress Cross-Specialty Acting Internship Curriculum [HT] Session F: Educational Innovations for Premedical, Ann Rutter, MD, MS, Albany Medical College First-and Second-Year Medical Students PG2: Can I Have a Scooter? Teaching Medical PF1: Adding Students Adds Value: First-Year Students Students How to Evaluate and Treat Gait Disorders Work as Health Coaches [MS] [MS] [HT] Margo Vener, MD, MPH, Sandi Borok, Kathy Hamlin, Mary Lindholm, MD, Frank Domino, MD, Robert Baldor, Isabel Edge, University of California-San Francisco MD, Karen Rayla, University of Massachusetts PF2: Curriculum Revision to Improve History Taking PG3: The Travel-OSCE: Evaluating Students’ Clinical Skills In First-Year Medical Students [MS] Skills in Global Health Settings [HT] Christina St. Michel, MD, Delbert Myers, MD, Cayla Teal, Robin Maier, MD, MA, University of Pittsburgh; Mark PhD, Baylor College of Medicine Meyer, MD, UPMC Shadyside FMR, Pittsburgh, PA; PF3: Exploring the Impact of Debt and Potential William Markle, MD, University of Pittsburgh Medical Income on Second-Year Medical Students’ Career Center, McKeesport FMR, McKeesport, PA Planning [MS] PG4: Use of Objective Structured Video Examination Julie Phillips, MD, MPH, Diana Salinas, Deana to Assess Competencies in a Large Group Setting Wilbanks, MS, LPC, NCC, Diane Doberneck, PhD, [HT] Michigan State University Nancy Havas, MD, Britlyn Orgill, Deborah Simpson, PhD, PF4: Medzero: A Program to Immunize Incoming Medical College of Wisconsin Medical Students Against the Hidden Curriculum PG5: The DiffInE Project: Assessment of a Brief [MS] Intervention Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning to David Keegan, MD, CCFP(EM), Malgorzata Clerkship-Level Students Kaminska, MD, University of Calgary Julie Phillips, MD, MPH, Robin DeMuth, MD, Diane PF5: Does Prematriculant Biochemistry Exposure Wagner, MD, Brian Mavis, PhD, Michigan State University Predict Preclinical or Clinical Performance? John Delzell, MD, MSPH, Heidi Chumley, MD, University of Kansas Medical Center16
  17. 17. Saturday, January 26Peer Papers: Completed Projects L25A: Incorporating a Student-Run Free Clinic Into Your Required Clerkship [MS] [HT]Session H: Preceptors and the Community Gretchen Dickson, MD, MBA, Scott Moser, MD, JessicaPH1: Retaining Community Preceptors Without Direct Leiker, University of Kansas-WichitaReimbursement L25B: Using a Student-Run Free Clinic to TeachDavid Power, MD, MPH, Peter Cao, University of Medical Students Innovative Health Care Models [HT]Minnesota Medical School; Vincent WinklerPrins, MD, Chantal Brazeau, MD, Robin Schroeder, MD, StevenGeorgetown University Keller, PhD, Ana Natale-Pereira, MD, MPH, UMDNJ-NewPH2: Early Longitudinal Clinical Preceptor Jersey Medical SchoolCompetencies and Students’ Perceived Frequency ofOccurrence L26A: Longitudinal Analysis of Hypertension andKaren Hulbert, MD, Jeffrey Morzinski, PhD, MSW, Joan Hyperlipidemia Outcomes at a Student-Run FreeBedinghaus, MD, Isaac Pierre, MD, Beth Damitz, MD, ClinicDavid Klehm, MD, Deborah Simpson, PhD, Karen Sunny Smith, MD, Steven Rojas, University of California-Marcdante, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin San DiegoPH3: Incorporating Nutrition and Physical Activity Into L26B: Sustaining Transdisciplinary Training Through aMedical Student Electives Combining Professional Student-Run Free Clinic Project and FacultyTraining With Community Interaction Development [MS]Tracey Smith, APRN, BC, MS, Harald Lausen, DO, MA, Ellen Beck, MD, Michelle Johnson, MD, EduardoSouthern Illinois University Fricovsky, PharmD, University of California-San Diego;PH4: Community Preceptor Payment for Teaching: Jim Lovell, MSW, Third Avenue Charitable Organization,Results From the 2012 Survey of Clerkship Directors San Diego, CA; Irvin Silverstein, DDS, Aaron Cook, LAc,Christine Jerpbak, MD, Thomas Jefferson University; University of California-San Diego; Richard Oser, MEd,Katherine Margo, MD, University of Pennsylvania; Lisa Lemon Grove School District, Lemon Grove, CA; SunnySlatt, MEd, University of North Carolina; David Anthony, Smith, MD, University of California-San DiegoMD, MSc, Brown University Memorial Hospital of Rhode L27A: Students and Global Health Electives: TheIsland, Pawtucket, RI; David Power, MD, MPH, University Pursuit of a Safe, Educational, and Fulfillingof Minnesota Medical School Experience [MS] Ann Rutter, MD, MS, Katherine Wagner, MD, Neil Mitnick,Hot Topic Session DO, Albany Medical College; Caitlin Weber, MD, University of Texas, SouthwesternHT4: Social Media: The Next Generation of Health L27B: It’s Not a Job, It’s a Life: Preparing FemaleCare Communication Medical Students for Successful Rural Practice [MS]Benjamin Miller, PsyD, University of Colorado; Mark Ryan, [HT]MD, Virginia Commonwealth University Julie Phillips, MD, Michigan State University; Carol Hustedde, PhD, University of Kentucky; Heather Paladine, MD, Columbia University; Sarah Hartwick,3–4:30 pm Michigan State University; Rupa Prasad, Orlando Sola, Columbia UniversityLecture-DiscussionsL24A: An Innovative Multi-Modal GeriatricsCurriculum for a Family Medicine Clerkship [MS]Laura Goldman, MD, Miriam Hoffman, MD, BostonUniversity Medical CenterL24B: Not Just Smoking and Your Father’s MI—The Importance of Family/Social History [MS]Joshua Tessier, DO, IA Daniel Harkness, PhD, IowaLutheran Hospital FMR, Des Moines, IA 17
  18. 18. Saturday, January 26 3–4:30 pm (cont.) Session J: Technology and Teaching PJ1: NILMO: An Evaluation of Student Preferences and Performance on Active and Passive Online Peer Papers: In Progress Learning Modules Session I: Family Medicine Clerkship Innovations Jacob Prunuske, MD, MSPH, Amy Prunuske, PhD, PI1: Developing a Free National Collaborative University of Minnesota Clerkship Curriculum in Family Medicine PJ2: Exploring Health Disparities: Using Online David Keegan, MD, CCFP(EM), University of Calgary; Modules in the Family Medicine Clerkship Michael Sylvester, MD, Queen’s University; Ian Scott, MD, Matthew Holley, MA, MSEd, Scott Renshaw, MD, MSc, University of British Columbia; Wayne Weston, MD, Jennifer Custer, Indiana University Western University PJ3: Using the Internet to Replace Lectures in PI2: Practice CSE-3: A Formative, Low Stakes Teaching Preventive Medicine Topics [HT] Experience for Third-Year Family Medicine Clerkship Stuart Goldman, MD, Advocate Lutheran General Students Hospital FMR, Park Ridge, IL Jeri Reid, MD, Donna Roberts, MD, Mary Carter, MD, PJ4: Using Simulation to Teach Patient Safety Carrie Bohnert, MPA, University of Louisville Principles [HT] PI3: Training Medical Students to Be Health Stuart Goldman, MD, Advocate Lutheran General Coaches—Expose Them to Essence of Family Hospital FMR, Park Ridge, IL Medicine [MS] PJ5: Effect of fmCases Online Curriculum on a Family Dipinpreet Kaur, MD, Daniel Weinberg, MD, Caitlin Szabo, Medicine Clerkship: Do Learning Tradeoffs Exist? MD, Medical University of South Carolina Mario DeMarco, MD, MPH, Kent Bream, MD, Heather PI4: Student Teams In Family Medicine Clerkship: A Klusaritz, MSW, PhD, Katherine Margo, MD, University of Model to Do More With Less Pennsylvania Bruce Britton, MD, Eastern Virginia Medical School Session K: Patient-Centered Medical Home Portsmouth, VA; Adele O’Keefe, PhD, Eastern Virginia PK1: Change Is Coming! Health Care Reform, Medical School, Norfolk, VA Creating a Venue for Teaching the Patient-Centered PI5: How Does Curriculum Integration of fmCASES Medical Home Model Affect Performance on a Nationally Validated Exam? Janis Coffin, DO, Joseph Hobbs, MD, George Nixon, MD, Alexander Chessman, MD, Medical University of South Megan Gibson, MA, Georgia Health Sciences University Carolina; William Toffler, MD, Oregon Health Science PK2: National Data on Student Perception and University; Joyce Copeland, MD, Duke University; Pamela Understanding of the Patient-Centered Medical Home Wiseman, MD, Tulane University; Scott Renshaw, MD, Ashley Bieck, MPA, Wendy Biggs, MD, American Indiana University; Jason Chao, MD, MS, Case Western Academy of Family Physicians, Leawood, KS Reserve University; Jason Foltz, DO, East Carolina PK3: Combining Service Learning and PCMH Training University; Howard Sussman, MD, State University of NY/ in an Interdisciplinary Longitudinal Free Clinic Stony Brook Stony Brook, NY; David Anthony, MD, MSc, Sarah-Anne Schumann, MD, Ronald Saizow, MD, Louis Brown Medical School; Carol Motley, MD, University of Mulkey, DO, Stephen Twyman, University of Oklahoma, South Alabama; Leslie Fall, MD, NH-Dartmouth FMR/ Tulsa Lebanon, NH; Bridie Napier, MD, iInTIME, Lebanon, NH; PK5: Does a Student-Administered Practice Survey Erin Langille, MPH, iInTIME, Lebanon, NH; ShouLing Enhance Learning of Patient-Centered Medical Home Leong, MD, Pennsylvania State University Principles? Pamela Wiseman, MD, James Theis, MD, Edwin Dennard, MD, JD, Tulane University18
  19. 19. Saturday, January 26Hot Topic Session 3–5 pmEach presentation is 45 minutes.HT5A: Recruiting and Training Medical Students for Workshopsa Realigned, Team-Based and Outcome-Driven W5: Strengthening Your Clerkship Using STFM’sHealth Care System National Clerkship Curriculum [HT]Beat Steiner, MD, MPH, University of North Carolina; Susan Cochella, MD, MPH, University of Utah; JasonBarbara Tobias, MD, University of Cincinnati Moore, MD, East Tennessee State University; BeatHT5B: “Meaningful” Medical Student Use of the EHR: Steiner, MD, MPH, University of North CarolinaHow Did They Get There?Christine Jerpbak, MD, Thomas Jefferson University; W6: The Learner in Difficulty: A Rational Approach toAaron Michelfelder, MD, Loyola University; David Power, Identification and Support [HT]MD, MPH, University of Minnesota; Frances Biagioli, MD, Tracy Kedian, MD, University of Massachusetts;Oregon Health Science University Cathleen Morrow, MD, Dartmouth Medical School; Kathleen Brooks, MD, University of Minnesota; Mari Egan, MD, MHPE, University of Chicago/Pritzker; Lisa“ STFM Conference on MedicalThe Gussak, MD, University of Massachusetts Student Education is a fantastic event for the exchange of ideas between programs, and it is progressively becoming a better and better venue to see rigorous presentations of medical education evaluations and research. I look forward to it each year!” -Christopher Morley, PhD Search educational sessions and view abstracts at www.stfm.org/mse or www.stfm.org/mobile or by scanning this QR code 19
  20. 20. Sunday, January 27 7:30-8:30 am As medical director for policy research for the Robert Graham Center for Policy Studies, STFM and SSRFC Networking Breakfast, and Dr Bazemore has developed STFM Groups Meetings With Breakfast content expertise in all areas of health policy related to primary care and family medicine, which 8:45–9:45 am he employs in lectures and Closing General Session: teaching in multiple academic settings. He also uses this knowledge base, his Training the Vanguard of Community Health in background as an educator in family medicine, and his an Era of Primary Care and Public Health experience in research design, execution, and Integration dissemination in his role as director of the Graham Andrew Bazemore, MD, MPH, Robert Graham, MD Center’s month-long visiting scholars program and Center for Policy Studies in Primary Care, year-long policy fellowship program. Dr Bazemore is a Washington, DC past member of faculty in the University of Cincinnati’s Department of Family Medicine, where he completed a Often lost in public discussions of a controversial health faculty development fellowship and served as director of reform are the embedded opportunities to advance and the International Health Program, developing leadership transform the US primary care function. Regardless of and pedagogic skills. He continues to practice and teach the Affordable Care Act’s fate, policymakers and residents in Fairfax, VA, and serve on the faculties of the stakeholders acknowledge that a fully-actualized primary Department of Family Medicine at Georgetown care enterprise is essential to population health, one University and Virginia Commonwealth University. To that operates at the intersection of patient, family, and each of these roles, he brings his strong interest in better community and as the interface between public health understanding and improving access to care for and clinical delivery systems. However, without a shift in underserved populations both domestically and the educational paradigm to re-emphasize principles of internationally, and on the application of geographic population health management, community engagement information systems to the study of the United States and team leadership, calls for public health-primary care safety net. Dr Bazemore was appointed director of the integration will go unanswered. In this session, we Robert Graham Center August 1, 2012. consider the challenges and opportunities facing educators dedicated to shaping a workforce capable of resolving community health problemsheds and “ galvanizing ”Communities of Solution.” We examine new research evidence and tools from the Robert Graham I was a first time attendee and was Center that inform policy and planning from the local to blown away by the postive attitude of national levels and that help educators train and track the impact of revitalized health workforce the teachers there. It was a very Learning Objectives: educational session and I came back Following this session, participants will: 1. nderstand the context driving increasing policymaker U to my program with exciting new ideas.” and stakeholder attention to the value of the primary - Sushma Kapoor care function and medical education’s critical role in advancing population and community health. 2. ppreciate the essential role of synthesizing A population and clinical data and what skills their learners will require, to support primary care-public health integration. 3. e aware of analyses, tools, and applications from the B Robert Graham Center that can inform educators as they shape the next generation of primary care and community health leaders, advocates’ and scholars.20
  21. 21. Poster PresentationsFriday, January 25 P8: MyBestHealth: A Patient-Centered Digital Personal Health Record to Empower Persons Living9:45–10:15 am 3:15–3:30 pm With HIV/AIDS Lindsay Martin-Engel, Memoona Hasnain, MD, MHPE,Saturday, January 26 PhD, Abbas Hyderi, MD, MPH, University of9–10 am Illinois at Chicago P9: Unprofessional Behavior: What Does Stress LookPosters Like and How Can Advisors Help?Visit with leaders in innovative medical student education Kendalle Cobb, MD, Cleveland Clinic, Lerner College ofcurriculum development and research, while viewing their Medicine of CWRU, Cleveland, OHprojects in an informal information exchange. Research P10: Step-Wise Competency-Based Mix of Fun,posters that evaluate educational interventions are Stress, and Ultimate Successincluded. Award-winning posters will be recognized on Dale Quest, PhD, FNP, Texas Tech UniversitySaturday. P11: Increase in Residency Scholarly Activity as aP1: Medical Students in the Exam Room: Help or Result of a Resident-Led InitiativeHindrance? Patient’s Perspective Kyle Hoedebecke, MD, Caitlyn Rerucha, MD, WomackIrina Erlikh, MD, Lara Mor-Zilberstein, MD, Sharon Kim, Army Medical Center, Ft Bragg, NCBrooklyn Hospital FMR, Brooklyn, NY P12: Does Clerkship Student Performance on theP2: Satisfaction Among Medical Students of a Public NBME and fmCASES Exams Correlate?Sector Medical University Regarding Their Academic Howard Sussman, MD, State University of New York,Activities Stony BrookNabeel Manzar, MBBS, Dow University of HealthSciences, Karachi, Pakistan; Bushra Manzaar, MBBS, P13: Incentives and Barriers of Military Medicine:Karachi, Pakistan Increasing Medical Student Awareness Kyle Hoedebecke, MD, Blake Busey, DO, Womack ArmyP3: Because Sometimes a Prescription Isn’t Enough Medical Center, Ft Bragg, NCAmy Clithero, MBA, Brian Solan, MD, MPH, ElizabethGrant, MD, University of New Mexico P14: Student Feedback on a New Curriculum on the Patient-Centered Medical HomeP4: “PICO” Practice EBM Skills, Increase Student Tamara Oser, MD, Shou Ling Leong, MD, Paul Haidet,Interests With Collaboration of Librarians and MD, Pennsylvania State UniversityImprove OutcomesArchana Kudrimoti, MD, Janice Kuperstein, PT, PhD, P15: Survey Development to Assess Electronic HealthUniversity of Kentucky Record Usage Impact on Teachers of Outpatient Family MedicineP5: Family Medicine Community Preceptors: A Sean Oser, MD, Tamara Oser, MD, Pennsylvania StateCritical Workforce UniversitySusan Hart-Hester, PhD, David Norris, MD, Thais Tonore,MD, University of Mississippi P16: Evaluation of the Extent and Methods of Public Health Instruction in US Medical SchoolsP6: Integrating Global Health in Medical Education: Jacob Prunuske, MD, MSPH, University of Minnesota;The Role of Family Medicine Linda Chang, PharmD, MPH, BCPS, University of Illinois,Mariam Fofana, AB, John Hopkins University Rockford; Ranit Mishori, MD, MHS, GeorgetownP7: Blueprint for a Longitudinal, Team-Oriented, University; Christopher Morley, PhD, MA, CAS, SUNYPatient-Centered Medical Education Curriculum Upstate Medical UniversityMartha Seagrave, PA-C, Mark Kelly, BA, Candace Fraser, P17: Checking the Ingredients: A Quality AssessmentMD, David Little, MD, Karen Richardson-Nassif, PhD, of Clinical Education Using Accreditation StandardsUniversity of Vermont Stephanie White, DO, College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific 21
  22. 22. Poster Presentations P18: R U 4 PC?: Texting and Feedback on Primary Care During Medical School Andrea Wendling, MD, Andrea Wudyka, MD, William Beaumont Hospital FMR, Birmingham, MI; Christopher Morley, PhD, MA, CAS, SUNY Upstate Medical University; Julie Phillips, MD, MPH, Michigan State University; Anne Victoria Neale, PhD, MPH, Diane Levine, MD, MPH, Wayne State University; Elie Mulhem, MD, William Beaumont Hospital FMR, Sterling Heights, MI P19: Team-Based Learning: An Interactive Approach to Teaching Family Medicine Regina Loya, MS, James Tysinger, PhD, Kaparaboyna Kumar, MD, University of Texas HSC at San Antonio P20: Medical Student Spanish Language Improvement Through Implementation of a Medical Spanish Language Course Kyle Hoedebecke, MD, Christopher Brooks, MD, Womack Army Medical Center, Ft Bragg, NC; Charles Childers, Wake Forest University P21: Does Performance on the fmCASES Exam Correlate With National Percentile on the NBME Subject Exam? Jason Foltz, DO, Anthony Gilbird, MPH, Brody School of P27: Changes in Medical Students’ Exposures to and Medicine at ECU Attitudes About Drug Company Interactions From 2003-2012 P22: Toward a Comprehensive Glossary of William Shore, MD, University of California- Competency-Based Medical Education Terms San Francisco; Jason Chao, MD, MS, Case Western Deborah Simpson, PhD, Britlyn Orgill, Medical College Reserve University of Wisconsin P28: Early Clinical Learners: What Should Preceptors P23: OSLER: A Five-Step Integrated Paradigm of Best Do and Say? Practices in Clinical Teaching Jeffrey Morzinski, PhD, MSW, Karen Hulbert, MD, Joan Steven Lin, MD, San Jose O’Connor Hospital FMR, San Bedinghaus, MD, Leslie Patterson, MS, Karen Marcdante, Jose, CA MD, Deborah Simpson, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin P24: Influence of Family Medicine Residents on Medical Student Interest in Primary Care: A P29: Accelerating Medical Education: Experiences in Statewide Study Implementing a 3-Year Medical Degree Steven Lin, MD, San Jose O’Connor Hospital FMR, San Betsy Jones, EdD, Ronald Cook, DO, MBA, Kim Peck, Jose, CA MD, Fiona Prabhu, MD, Mike Ragain, MD, MSEd, Jamie Haynes, MD, Kitten Linton, MD, Jennifer Mitchell, MD, P25: Addressing Student Wellness Through Mentor David Edwards, MD, Kelly Klein, MD, Steven Berk, MD, Training Simon Williams, PhD, Texas Tech University Health Bobbie Ann White, MA, Courtney West, PhD, Sciences Center, Lubbock Lori Graham, PhD, Texas AM Health Science Center P30: Patient Satisfaction as a Quality Indicator in a P26: A Renaissance of Family Medicine Student-Run Free Clinic Katherine Miller, MD, Harvard Medical School Tara Bryant, Tamar Nobel, David Lawrence, Mary Dolansky, PhD, RN, Case Western Reserve University22
  23. 23. Poster PresentationsP31: Practicing Early and Often: One Approach to P40: Use of the Electronic Medical Record to TeachDeveloping Clinical Skills in the First 2 Years Complementary and Alternative Medicine: What’s theKendalle Cobb, MD, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Impact?Medicine of CWRU, Cleveland, OH Ray Teets, MD, Zehra Siddiqui, DO, Beth Israel Residency Program in Urban Family Practice, New York,P32: Auricular Acupuncture Effectiveness in a NY; Jennifer Purcell, PhD, Albert Einstein College ofResidency Clinical Setting Medicine; Andreas Cohrssen, MD, Beth Israel ResidencyKyle Hoedebecke, MD, Benjamin Ingram, MD, Allen Program in Urban Family Practice, New York, NYHaight, MD, Womack Army Medical Center, Ft Bragg, NC P41: Use of a Standardized Patient Simulation toP33: Changes in Treatment Preferences for Insomnia Provide Formative Feedback on a Family Medicinein a Primary Care Residency Setting ClerkshipKyle Hoedebecke, MD, Juliana Ee, PhD, Dana Nguyen, Amanda Allmon, MD, Sarah Swofford, MD, MSPH,MD, Nick Bennett, DO, Womack Army Medical Center, Ft University of Missouri-ColumbiaBragg, NC P42: Interdisciplinary Education for MandatedP34: Evolution of Third- and Fourth-Year Medical Reporters of Child Abuse: A Community-BasedStudents’ Views of Family Medicine ApproachJulie Phillips, MD, MPH, Michigan State University; Iain Kathleen Nurena, MD, Sonia Bisacia, MD, StamfordCharnley, MD, Grand Rapids FMR, Grand Rapids, MI Hospital Columbia University FMR, Stamford, CTP35: How Does Debt Impact Medical Students’ P43: Recognizing and Managing Medical StudentEveryday Lives? Relationships Between Debt, Stress, Distressand Life Choices John Hoyt, University of VermontJulie Phillips, MD, MPH, Katherine Hackney, SkylerJohnson, Nana Achampong, David Weismantel, MD, P44: Out of the Hospital and Into the Clinic:Michigan State University Redefining the Sub-Internship Experience in Family MedicineP36: Faculty Advising and Mentoring in Family Jung Kim, Carl Morris, MD, MPH, John Gayman, MD,Medicine for First- and Second-Year Medical Sara Thompson, MD, Laurel Woods, MD, Group HealthStudents Cooperative FMR, Seattle, WARuth Westra, DO, MPH, Lillian Repesh, PhD, Universityof Minnesota P45: Medication Adherence, Counseling, and Prescription Writing: Medical and Pharmacy StudentsP37: At a Loss for Words: Student Communication Learning TogetherChallenges and Surprises in Family Medicine Clinic Allison Macerollo, MD, Douglas Post, PhD, MichaelBenjamin Smith, MD, MPH, San Jose O’Connor Langan, MD, Stuart Beatty, PhD, Katherine Kelley, PhD,Hospital FMR, San Jose, CA; Erika Schillinger, MD, Ohio State UniversityMegan Roosen-Runge, Tamara Montacute, StanfordUniversity P46: From Mentorship to Apprenticeship: Early Clinical Experiences and ProfessionalismP38: Strengths, Weaknesses, and Outcomes of a Karen Hulbert, MD, Joan Bedinghaus, MD, Isaac Pierre,Longitudinal Rural Training Track: A Multi-Method MD, Stephanie Shaw, Medical College of WisconsinEvaluationCarrie Roseamelia, MA, Christopher Morley, PhD, MA, P47: Using Journals in a M3 Longitudinal FamilyCAS, SUNY Upstate Medical University Medicine Clerkship: Lessons Learned, Cause for ReflectionP39: The Games Students Play: Using the Virtual Farion Williams, MD, Leslie Dean, MD, Vivek Kantayya,Reality World to Teach Medical Interviewing MD, University of Illinois, RockfordHolly Cronau, MD, Ohio State University 23
  24. 24. Poster Presentations P48: Development of a “Longitudinal Management P52: Learning Communities: Focusing on Faculty of Patients and Populations” Curriculum for Benefits and Costs Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship Students Erika Schillinger, MD, Lars Osterberg, MD, Jackie Laura Hill-Sakurai, MD, Amiesha Panchal, MD, University Tai-Edmonds, MD, Paula Hillard, MD, Stanford University of California-San Francisco P53: Affecting Health Behaviors and Perception of the P49: The Impact of Engagement: What Factors Health System With Electronic Health Information Promote Engagement in a Family Medicine Learning Joshua Goldman, MD, MBA, Manuel Mendoza, MD, Community? University of California-Los Angeles Leslie Patterson, MS, Karen Hulbert, MD, Jeffrey Morzinski, PhD, MSW, Douglas Bower, MD, Medical P54: Implementation and Evaluation of a PCMH College of Wisconsin Curriculum for Medical Students in a Community Setting P50: The Introduction of Nutrition Education Into the Michelle Cardona, MD, MPH, Melly Goodell, MD, Medical School Curriculum Medstar Franklin Square Medical Center, Baltimore, MD Sara Ostrosky, Nupur Agrawal, MPH, University of Texas HSC at San Antonio P51: Special Olympics Sports Physical Project Karen Hulbert, MD, Sarah Otten, Ting Ting Chang, Andrea Cavey, Laura Hepokoski, Carlyn Hoeppner, Jessica Hubbard, Medical College of Wisconsin24
  25. 25. Special Topic BreakfastsSaturday, January 26 B8: If You Build It, Will They Come? Family Medicine Recruitment in the Preclinical Years7:30–8:30 am Susan Schmidt, MD, East Carolina UniversityJoin your conference colleagues as they share helpful B9: The Juggling Act of a Clerkship Coordinatorteaching and learning tools, innovations, and experiences Pam Coniglio, AA, Karen Devlin, AA, State Universityin an informal setting over breakfast. Topic discussions of New York at Buffalo; Jane Shaw, MS, Brown Medicalwill be focused on problem solving and idea sharing. School; Kelly Hookstadt, MS, University of Connecticut, St Francis Hospital, Hartford, CTB1: Thinking About Becoming a Chair? The MedicalStudent Educator’s Pathway B10: Curricular Innovation Outside the Curriculum:Gurjeet Shokar, MD, Texas Tech University HSC at Using Extracurricular Venues for ExperimentationEl Paso; Michael Sitorius, MD, University of Nebraska Dennis Gingrich, MD, Pennsylvania State UniversityB2: Asthma and Primary Care: Helping Providers B11: Flying by the Seat of Your Pants: CurriculumImplement Guidelines While Teaching Residents and Implementation in the TrenchesFamilies Tammy Baudoin, MD, Jan Hood, MD, Joy Reger, MEDL,Sarah Houssayni, MD, Heather Licke, MD, Via Christi Louisiana State University HSC, ShreveportFMR-Chang Clinic, Wichita, KS B12: Building Reflection in the Family MedicineB3: Family Medicine Scholars: An Innovative Program ClerkshipDeveloping Scholarship and Leadership in Students Suzanne Minor, MD, Florida International UniversityEntering Family Medicine B13: An Approach to a Longitudinal CurriculumJoanne Wilkinson, MD, MSC, Miriam Hoffman, MD, John Based on PCMH and a Virtual Patient PanelWiecha, MD, MPH, Jon Lichkus, Megan Waterman, Beth Polk, MD, Virginia Tech Carilion SOM, Roanoke, VABoston University B14: Attributes and Roles That Medical StudentsB4: Fostering Interest in Integrative Medicine Among Perceive as Desirable in Their Assigned Class MentorUS Medical Students Frank Castillo, MD, MA, Lauren Anderson, MEd,Sungmi Lian, MD, Juliet McKee, MD, Victor Sierpina, MD, Northwestern UniversityUniversity of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston B15: Leading Medical Students Through RuralB5: On the Fence—How to Advise the Ambivalent Focused ResearchStudent Treah Haggerty, MD, Jason Oreskovich, DO, West VirginiaKatherine Margo, MD, University of Pennsylvania; UniversityChristine Jerpbak, MD, Thomas Jefferson University; LisaSlatt, MEd, University of North Carolina; David Anthony, B16: The Art of Reflective PracticeMD, MSc, Brown University, Memorial Hospital of Rhode Ruth Westra, DO, MPH, Lillian Repesh, PhD, UniversityIsland, Pawtucket, RI of Minnesota-DuluthB6: Collaborative Effort Between Clerkship Leaders B17: Incorporating Population Health Competencyand Coordinators: Managing an LCME Accreditation Into Clinical EducationStandard Joyce Copeland, MD, Nancy Weigle, MD, ChristopherRegina Loya, MS, James Tysinger, PhD, Kaparaboyna Danford, Duke UniversityKumar, MD, University of Texas HSC at San Antonio B18: Promoting Professional Development in anB7: Checking In: Formative Student Feedback in a Integrated First-Year Medical Curriculum [MS]Family Medicine Clerkship Rosanne McBride, PhD, Charles Christianson, MD, ScM,Regina Loya, MS, Kaparaboyna Kumar, MD, James University of North DakotaTysinger, PhD, University of Texas HSC at San Antonio 25
  26. 26. Special Topic Breakfasts B19: Prevention-Based Learning: Adaptation of Feedback: A Model of Mapping Subjective Problem-Based Learning to Teach Comprehensive Impressions to Objective Skills Community and Clinical Preventive Services Mary Rubino, MD, CCFP, Mark Rehfuss, PhD, Adele Jim Medder, MD, MPH, University of Nebraska O’Keefe, PhD, Eastern Virginia Medical School B20: Using Standardized Patients in Continuity of B29: Clinical Skills Educators Forum Care Simulations for Students and Residents Christina St. Michel, MD, Baylor College of Medicine Mark Rehfuss, PhD, Old Dominion University; Bruce Britton, MD, Mary Rubino, MD, Adele O’Keefe, PhD, B30: Development and Use of a Student Tracking Eastern Virginia Medical School Database in a Family Medicine Department Leslie Patterson, MS, Stephanie Shaw, Douglas Bower, B21: FMIG Faculty Advisors: Sharing Best Practices MD, Medical College of Wisconsin Ashley Bieck, MPA, Wendy Biggs, MD, American Academy of Family Physicians, Leawood, KS B31: Use of a Clinical Performance Examination for Faculty Development: Who Benefited More– B22: Family Medicine Clerkships in Changing Times: Students or Faculty? Rethinking Collaborative Clerkships Farion Williams, MD, Vivek Kantayya, MD, Leslie Dean, Holly Cronau, MD, Ohio State University MD, Giovanna Chug, MD, University of Illinois, Rockford B23: Using Innovative Teaching Tools to Keep B32: A Comprehensive Wellness Program at an Inner Community-Based Students Cohesive and City Elementary School [MS] Connected Ellen Beck, MD, Michelle Johnson, MD, Natalie Lea Yerby, PhD, Pamela Foster, MD, MPH, Julia Boothe, Rodriguez, MD, Esmeralda Martinez Preval, AA, MD, MPH, University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa University of California-San Diego; Richard Oser, MEd, Lemon Grove School District, Lemon Grove, CA B24: Innovations in Faculty Development: Models for Community-Based Preceptors B33: The Case for a Preceptor Development Andrea Pfeifle, EdD, University of Kentucky; Dennis Workshop in Advancing the Quality of a Family Baker, PhD, Florida State University; Jeffrey Morzinski, Medicine Clerkship PhD, MSW, Medical College of Wisconsin Dolapo Babalola, MD, Morehouse School of Medicine B25: Recruiting and Retaining Community Preceptors Gretchen Dickson, MD, MBA, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita; John Franko, MD, East Tennessee State University; Sally Weaver, PhD, MD, McLennan County Family Practice, Waco, TX B26: Nourishing Cultural Humility Via Narrative Medicine Marcia Tanur, MD, Boston University Medical Center; “ T hough I have been attending this conference for over 20 years, the conference is always new to me. Sarah Houssayni, MD, Via Christi FMR-Chang Clinic, Wichita, KS People bring and share both new B27: Upper Class Students: How to Increase Scholarship, Knowledge, and Enthusiasm in Family ideas and tried-and-true ideas done Medicine Interested Students in new ways. The chance encounters Allison Macerollo, MD, Ohio State University with people are always rewarding in B28: Concurrent Faculty and Standardized Patient unexpected ways.” - Alec Chessman, MD26

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