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4th Annual Educational Scholarship Day
May 5, 2022

8:15-8:25am:  Opening and Welcome Video 

8:30-10:00am
Oral Presentations: Work in Progress

Implementation of a Student-Led Peer Coaching Program for the Internal Medicine Clerkship.

  Authors: Catherine Derber, MD (FFAOE member) Aaron Mills, MD, Erica Talbot and Daniel Connelly

Exploring the Market Equilibrium between Imposter Syndrome and Minority Medical Student Mentoring 
  Authors: Stafford Brown III, Nour Mhaimeed, and Nataki Duncan, Mekibib Gemeda (FFAOE member), Allison Knight, PhD

Dermatology and Representation of Diverse Skin Color in the Medical School Curriculum
  Authors: Rena Atayeva, Sribava Sharma, Cassandra Dao, Rajasekaran Koteeswaran, MD, MBBS (FFAOE member), Alice Roberts, MD, PHD (FFAOE member)

Growth of LGBTQ+ Knowledge after Safe Zone Training
  Authors: Jason Bard, Julianna Remo, Kelly Huynh, Gabriel Enciso, Joann Bautti, MPA

Reimagining Physician Learning: Virtual Reality in Medical Education
  Authors: Lisa Fore-Arcand, EdD, Kelly McCoy, MMHPE, Bob Armstrong, MS, Tylor Freeman

10:15-11:30
Workshops

Workshop One

Docendo discimus: The Value of Peer-led Instruction in Medical Education
  Facilitators: Anca Dobrian, PhD, April Pace, DHSc. (FFAOE members and recipients of FFAOE scholarship grant)

Workshop Two

Introduction to Educational Scholarship
  Facilitator: Alice Roberts, MD, PhD (FFAOE member)

Noon-1:15
Keynote Presentation

Opportunities in Health Professions Education: How to Evolve as Health Educators.
Alison J. Whelan, MD, FACP, Chief Academic Officer, AAMC

CME Credit available for this Presentation - See below

1:30-3:00pm
Oral Presentations: Completed Research

Effect of COVID Mitigation Measures on Safety of Conference Attendance
   Authors: Daphne Morrison Ponce, MD, Donald Engle, MD, Robert Frank, MD, Sean Stuart, DO

Shortening the Pre-Clerkship Curriculum and Impact on Basic Science Faculty
  Author: Julie Kerry, PhD (FFAOE member)

Finding Mentorship from Academic Pediatric Specialty Practice Physicians
  Authors: Riccardo De Cataldo, Eric Werner, MD, Brittany Langley, Brad Marino, DHSc

Disparities in Visual Diagnosis in Diverse Skin Following Pre-Clerkship Medical Curriculum
  Authors: Cassandra Dao, Rajasekaran Koteeswaran, MD (FFAOE member), Alice Roberts, MD, PhD (FFAOE member)

Student Preferences for Asynchronous Independent Learning in Pre-Clerkship Medical Education
  Authors: Julie Kerry, PhD (FFAOE member). Timothy Bauler, PhD, Neal Chamberlain, PhD, Rebecca Greenblatt, PhD, Brian Higgins, PhD

Evaluating Medicaid Knowledge and Confidence at Eastern Virginia Medical School
  Authors: Zachary Yorke, Lauren Mazzurco, DO (FFAOE member), Monica Hana, Jamie Geraghty

3:15-4:15pm
Posters

Incorporating Health Equity into Endocrine Fellowship Curriculum
   Authors: David Lieb, MD, Kelly Hill, MD, JD

Evaluating Strategies for Facilitating Family Meetings with Palliative Care Patients and Families
  Authors: Mayuri Kathrotia, Temple West, MFA, MMHPE, Marissa Galicia-Castillo, MD, MSEd, Jennifer Styron, PhD

Curriculum Mapping: A Tool for Both Educators and Students
  Authors: Kaivalya Dandamudi, Don Robison, PhD (FFAOE member)

Creation of a Curriculum Review Committee to Structure Achievement of American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) Content within a Pediatric Residency Curriculum
  Authors: Kyrie Schomaker, MD, Oneil Grant, DO, Anola Stage, MD, Keith Foos, DO, Wei-Wei Lee, MD

Investigating the Efficacy of a Female Autistic Phenotype Educational Module
  Authors: Alexandra Alvarez, Amanda Burbage, PhD (FFAOE member), Jessica Bergden, PhD

Implementation of Choosing Wisely Curricular Interventions on Student Understanding of High Value Care
  Authors: Saadhana Kukkala, Heidi Schoomaker

Change starts with awareness: Approaches for addressing the use of race as biology in medical and health professions education
  Author: April Pace, DHSc. (FFAOE Member)

4:15-5:30pm
Q&A Panel Discussion: Curriculum Revision for Pre-Clerkship and Clerkship Years: Experience and Insights from the Field. A Q&A Panel Discussion

Join with colleagues from other institutions to hear their experiences in shortening the pre-clerkship and lengthening the clerkship phases of the curriculum. Members of the panel will briefly summarize their curriculum, discuss how they prepared faculty for the change and what frameworks were used to achieve integration in teaching and/or assessments.  This is intended as a Q&A session during which participants can pose questions to the panel.

Members of the Panel:

Eva Aagaard, MD, Professor, Medicine, Vice Chancellor and Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education, Washington University School of Medicine

Janet Corral, PhD
, Associate Dean, Curricular Affairs, Associate Professor, Internal Medicine, College of Medicine, University of Arizona Tucson

Donna Russo, PhD, Interim Vice Dean for Educational Affairs, Professor, Microbiology and Immunology, William Maul Measey Chair in Medical Education, Drexel University

Geoffrey Talmon, MD, Associate Dean for Medical Education, Professor, Pathology and Microbiology, and Vice Chair Medical Education, University of Nebraska Medical Center

CME Credit for the Keynote Presentation

OBJECTIVES
(1) Understand ways in which COVID-19 and other significant recent events have changed medical education 
(2) Describe core competencies that are important across the health professions
(3) Recognize ways in which we can encourage and support learners across the health professions

DISCLOSURE
Dr. Whelan and the planning committee members have disclosed they have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies.

ACCREDITATION
Eastern Virginia Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

CREDIT DESIGNATION
Eastern Virginia Medical School designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit ™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.