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Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicineâ€™s Department of Medical Education invites you to join us of the Fourth Annual Medical Education Day on Friday, September 19, 2014 from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can register now for this event, held at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Childrenâ€™s Hospital of Chicago:
11th Floor Conference Center
225 E Chicago Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611
Medical Education Day is a full-day series of presentations and discussions that celebrates and examines the future of medical education. Find a description of the dayâ€™s events below.
Schedule of Events
Moderated Poster / Oral Research Presentation Session
Moderator: Mark Adler, MD, Director of Educational Research and Innovation
Speaker: Eric Holmboe, MD, FACP, FRCP, Senior Vice President, Milestone Development & Evaluation ACGME
Choice of 3 Concurrent Workshops
1. UME Master Workshop: Using Competencies, Milestones, and EPAs: A Practical Approach to UME Assessment
Speakers: Marianne Green, MD, Associate Dean for Medical Education & Competency Achievement; Brigid Dolan, MD, MEd, Assistant Professor of Medicine
During this workshop, participants will define milestones, competencies, and Entrustable Professional Activities (EPA). We will explore systems of assessment, particularly the FSM competency-based portfolio system. At the conclusion of the workshop, participants will be able to apply understanding of EPAs and competencies to create a single assessment that can be used in their setting.
2. GME Master Workshop: Assessing Milestones Using Simulation Case Studies
Speakers: David Salzman, MD, MEd, Director of Undergraduate Medical Education Simulation; Walter Eppich, MD, MEd, Director of Faculty Development
As residency programs transition to the Next Accreditation System there will be an increasing need to assess residents across a variety of milestones; some of which may be appropriate for assessment in a simulated environment. This workshop will present several successful examples of how simulation has been used as an assessment tool in Graduate Medical Education. Additionally, we will discuss critical concepts to consider when implementing a simulation-based-assessment for residency milestones. Finally, participants will work in small groups utilizing their own existing simulation cases or creating a new case to design their own simulation-based assessment.
3. CME Master Workshop: Maintenance of Certification & Competencies
Speakers: Christine Park, MD, Director of Continuing Medical Education Northwestern Simulation; Genevieve Napier, CCMEP, Director, Office of Continuing Medical Education
Continuing medical education incorporates a broad range of educational strategies, from reading material, to didactic lectures, to immersive education including simulation. Maintenance of Certification incorporates additional requirements that vary by specialty. In this workshop, learners will have the opportunity to discuss the needs and challenges of education for the practicing clinician, to learn about the approach to a CME or Maintenance of Certification activity, and to design a prototype curriculum.
3:30pm-5:00pm Reception and Poster Session
Speaker: Diane B. Wayne, MD, Vice Dean for Education
Call for Posters
Fourth Annual Medical Education Day
"Competencies and Milestones in Medical Education"
September 19, 2014
Faculty, staff, students, residents, and fellows at Northwestern University, Northwestern Medicine, and all clinical affiliates are invited to submit posters relating to any aspect of medical education
Please fill out the online poster submission form.
Posters that have been presented at other meetings/events are eligible and individuals may submit multiple posters relating to medical education (please fill out a new form for each poster).
The Education Day poster session will occur from 3:30-5:00pm on September 19th. We request that at least one author is present during this time to discuss the study with meeting attendees.
Education Day features our invited speaker Eric Holmboe, MD, from the ACGME.
Posters submissions due: August 22, 2014