Jun
14
9:00 am09:00

CLIME Together: A Symposium for Excellence in Health Professions Education

Who: UW Health Professions Educators
When: Wednesday, June 14, 2017 | Registration opens at 8:30am | Sessions from 9:00am - 1:00pm | Hors d'oeuvres reception from 1:00 - 2:00pm
Where: Talaris Conference Center (4000 NE 41st Street, Seattle, WA 98105)
RSVPhttps://2017climetogether.eventbrite.com
There is no cost to attend.

ABOUT
The University of Washington (UW) Center for Leadership and Innovation in Medical Education (CLIME) invites all health sciences educators to participate in its second annual CLIME Together Symposium for Excellence in Health Professions Education on Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at The Talaris Conference Center

Come meet other members of UW’s vibrant community of educators and participate in a half-day of activities devoted to sharing educational innovations and scholarship. Let’s celebrate our education community and its accomplishments together!

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
We are delighted that Dr. Leslie H. Fall, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth University and MedU, will kick-off our morning with an invited plenary.

  • 8:30 - 9:00am: Registration 
  • 9:00 - 10:10am: Welcome & Invited Plenary, "Collaborating to improve the integration of basic science into health professions education and practice " by Leslie H. Fall, MD, Geisel School of Medicine, MedU
  • 10:10 - 10:20am: Break
  • 10:20 - 11:20am: Lightning Round Abstract Presentations 
  • 11:20 - 11:30am: Break
  • 11:30am - 12:45pm: Hackathon Round Table Discussions: A team-based creative exercise for new innovations
  • 12:45 - 1:00pm: Awards and Acknowledgements
  • 1:00 - 2:00pm: Hors D'oeuvres Reception

ABOUT THE PLENARY
Speaker
: Leslie H. Fall, MD
Click for Bio

PLENARY ABSTRACT
The 2015 Institute of Medicine report on “Improving Diagnosis in Healthcare” notes that diagnosis and diagnostic errors have been largely unappreciated in efforts to improve the quality and safety of healthcare. One of the primary roles of health care training programs is to help learners develop medical decision-making skills, and to do so with graduated levels of independence. Effective cognitive integration of basic and clinical science concepts plays an essential role in enhancing diagnostic accuracy for novice clinicians. Furthermore, the ability to transfer knowledge obtained in one clinical context to solve a new problem, or the same problem in another context, is critical to the development of clinical expertise.

Unfortunately, many students who have demonstrate adequate basic science understanding in the preclinical curriculum are often unable to apply this knowledge to clinical problem-solving. Meanwhile, the relevant scientific knowledge of both basic and clinical instructors is often encapsulated, challenging their ability to help students learn and effectively integrate and use core concepts. In this hour, we will explore the reasons behind expert knowledge encapsulation, and consider collaborative methods for “unpacking” instructors’ knowledge and reinforcing its connections to clinical decisions in order to facilitate student activation of their basic science knowledge, improving both diagnostic accuracy and long-term retention, towards the ultimate end of clinical entrustment. 

For more information please contact clime@uw.edu.

We look forward to seeing you at this exciting event,
CLIME Leadership Team

Jun
13
12:00 pm12:00

June Work In Progress Session: Tomoko Sairenji, MD

Teaching Students in Clinic and the Effect of Preceptor Productivity

Presented by: Tomoko Sairenji, MD, MS; Acting Assistant Professor, Family Medicine

Time: 12:00 - 1:00pm, Pacific time

Location: Attendance can be in person (E-308 in the Health Science Building, Seattle) OR remotely through Zoom Conference. Lunch is provided to in-person attendees.

RSVP to clime@uw.edu to receive Zoom Conference connection information or to be added to the list for lunch.

These are monthly sessions in which faculty from across departments present their educational research at any stage of development to other colleagues in a friendly, safe environment.

May
26
5:00 pm17:00

Call for Abstracts: Education Research & Teaching Innovations for CLIME Together

The Center for Leadership and Innovation in Medical Education (CLIME) invites abstract submissions for its inaugural CLIME Together Symposium for Excellence in Health Professions Education on Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at The Talaris Conference Center.  This event is an opportunity for the University of Washington Health Professions Education Community to showcase and share their innovations and scholarship and to celebrate their accomplishments.

DETAILS
CLIME members are invited to submit abstracts related to education research and teaching innovations. Share your work with the UW CLIME community and become eligible for several different presentation awards. Session format will be for brief, informal presentations with time for moderated discussion. The email submission deadline to clime@uw.edu is May 26, 2017.

To submit an abstract you must be a CLIME member. Membership is free, and registration is easy. You can access the registration site here.

Members may be the presenting author on one abstract only.  We encourage members to present work that has been previously presented at other conferences as well. 

ABSTRACT FORMATS
All abstracts should be limited to 250 words.  Please use the following formats to for each category of work:

Research
Background
Methods
Results
Conclusion

Teaching Innovation:
Problem
Innovation
Lessons Learned
Future Directions

For questions please contact clime@uw.edu.

May
10
12:00 pm12:00

May Work in Progress Session: Ryan Metcalf, MD

ABO Leaders: A Community of Practice for Transfusion Medicine Education

Presented by: Ryan Metcalf, MD, Assistant Medical Director for Transfusion Services Laboratories; Assistant Professor, Laboratory Medicine

Time: 12:00 - 1:00pm, Pacific time

Location: Attendance can be in person (E-308 in the Health Science Building, Seattle) OR remotely through Zoom Conference. Lunch is provided to in-person attendees.

RSVP to clime@uw.edu to receive Zoom Conference connection information or to be added to the list for lunch.

These are monthly sessions in which faculty from across departments present their educational research at any stage of development to other colleagues in a friendly, safe environment.

Apr
11
12:00 pm12:00

April Work in Progress Session: Thomas Soeprono, MD

The Layered Teaching Model: A Novel Psychiatric Curriculum Integrating "Just-in-Time" Teaching Into Clinical Experience from a Practical and Adult Learning Theoretical Foundation

Presented by: Thomas Soeprono, MD, Acting Assistant Professor, Psychiatry

Time: 12:00 - 1:00pm, Pacific time

Location: Attendance can be in person (E-308 in the Health Science Building, Seattle) OR remotely through Zoom Conference. Lunch is provided to in-person attendees.

RSVP to clime@uw.edu to receive Zoom Conference connection information or to be added to the list for lunch.

These are monthly sessions in which faculty from across departments present their educational research at any stage of development to other colleagues in a friendly, safe environment.

Mar
8
12:00 pm12:00

March Work in Progress Session: Anne Hing, MD

Craniofacial Case-Based Learning Modules: Cleft Lip & Palate Pilot Study

Presented by: Anne Hing, MD, Associate Professor, Pediatrics

Time: 12:00 - 1:00pm, Pacific time

Location: Attendance can be in person (E-308 in the Health Science Building, Seattle) OR remotely through Zoom Conference. Lunch is provided to in-person attendees.

RSVP to clime@uw.edu to receive Zoom Conference connection information or to be added to the list for lunch.

These are monthly sessions in which faculty from across departments present their educational research at any stage of development to other colleagues in a friendly, safe environment.

Feb
14
12:00 pm12:00

February Work in Progress Session: Jeff Riddell, MD

Podcasting Pedagogy: Developing Theory to Understand an Emergency Medicine Educational Phenomenon

Presented by: Jeff Riddell, MD, Acting Instructor, Emergency Medicine

Time: 12:00 - 1:00pm, Pacific time

Location: Attendance can be in person (E-308 in the Health Science Building, Seattle) OR remotely through Zoom Conference. Lunch is provided to in-person attendees.

RSVP to clime@uw.edu to receive Zoom Conference connection information or to be added to the list for lunch.

These are monthly sessions in which faculty from across departments present their educational research at any stage of development to other colleagues in a friendly, safe environment.

Dec
13
12:00 pm12:00

December Work in Progress Session: Corrie McDaniel, DO

Rapid Format Small Group Mentorship: A Qualitative Look at Clinical Faculty Development

Presented by: Corrie McDaniel, DO, Assistant Professor, Pediatrics

These are monthly sessions in which faculty from across departments present their educational research at any stage of development to other colleagues in a friendly, safe environment.

Nov
9
12:00 pm12:00

CLIME Grand Rounds with Sandra Monteiro, PhD

Title: Cognitive Processes and Clinical Reasoning

Presented by: Sandra Monteiro, PhD
Senior Scientist, Program for Educational Research and Development
Assistant Professor, Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Radiology
Research Fellow, McMaster Institute for Innovation & Excellent in Teaching and Learning
https://fhs.mcmaster.ca/perd/staff_and_faculty.html

In this presentation, participants will gain a summary of theories and research on clinical reasoning and their implications for future work.

Participants will be able to translate the literature on clinical reasoning to help inform education and practice.

Attend in person (Room 316, South Campus Center, UW Seattle) OR attend remotely.

Lunch is provided for those attending in person - please RSVP so we can order enough food!
Lunch will be available starting at 11:45am. The presentation will begin promptly at 12:oopm so give yourself extra time to settle in.


The University of Washington School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The University of Washington School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 77.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. (This session approved for 1.0 credit.)

Oct
11
12:00 pm12:00

October Work in Progress Session: Dr. Shobha Stack

Pregnancy and Parental Leave in Medical Training: Where are we now?

Presented by: Shobha Stack, MD, PhD, Acting Instructor, Medicine

These are monthly sessions in which faculty from across departments present their educational research at any stage of development to other colleagues in a friendly, safe environment.

Oct
6
2:00 pm14:00

CLIME & WISH Workshop with David Cook, MD

Topic: Simulation-Based Assessment

Presented by: David A. Cook, MD, MHPE
Ptofessor of Medical Education, Mayo Clinic - Rochester
Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic - Rochester
http://www.mayo.edu/research/faculty/cook-david-a-m-d-mhpe/bio-00027574

Space is limited - please RSVP!

Co-sponsored by WWAMI Institute for Simulation in Healthcare (WISH)

About
This workshop will present a comprehensive approach to developing a rigorous validity argument for simulation-based educational assessments. Using practical cases and examples from published research Dr. Cook will illustrate how to structure the validity argument using five sources of evidence: content, response process, internal structure, relations to other variables, and consequences. Participants will discuss the critical relationship between reliability and validity, and review various methods to measure reliability. They will also how to discuss choose among various potential outcomes when planning a course evaluation or research study.

Objectives
At the completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Define validity, and explain why validity applies to the interpretation of an instrument’s scores (not the instrument itself)
  2. Describe shortcomings in published evidence for simulation-based assessment
  3. Use five sources of validity evidence to structure a coherent validity argument
  4. Contrast different methods for measuring the reliability of instrument scores, and discuss the contribution of reliability to validity
  5. Outline an 8-step approach to assessment validation
Oct
6
12:30 pm12:30

CLIME Grand Rounds with David Cook, MD

Title: How good are your learner assessments: could the evidence convince a jury?

Presented by: David A. Cook, MD, MHPE
Professor of Medical Education, Mayo Clinic - Rochester
Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic - Rochester

Attend in person (R&T Auditorium at Harborview Medical Center, Seattle) OR attend remotely via Zoom Conference.

Lunch is provided for those attending in person - please RSVP so we can order enough food!

Lunch will be available starting at 12:00pm. The presentation will begin promptly at 12:30pm so give yourself extra time to settle in.

About the presentation:
How good are the assessments we're using? How do we define "good"? And what are they good for? David Cook, Professor of Medical Education, will address these questions in a grand rounds session.  He'll discuss learner assessment as a diagnostic test, present an "evidence and argument" framework for judging the validity of decisions (diagnoses) based on assessment results, and show how this framework applies to a commonly-used assessment tool He will highlight issues for attention in future research and conclude by discussing the concept of qualitative assessment, and explaining how validity frameworks apply to this approach.

At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Define validity, and explain why it is helpful to focus on decisions rather than instruments when talking about assessment validity;
  • Outline the central role of the validity argument;
  • Describe two contemporary frameworks for thinking about assessment validation;
  • Use five sources of validity evidence to structure a coherent validity argument.

The University of Washington School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The University of Washington School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 77.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. (This session approved for 1.0 credit.)

Oct
4
9:00 am09:00

CLIME Workshop with Larry Gruppen, PhD

Title: Clinical Reasoning: How to Define, Measure, and Study a Slippery but Critical Construct

Presented by: Larry Gruppen, PhD
Professor of Learning Health Sciences
Director of the Master of Health Professions Education Program
http://lhs.medicine.umich.edu/people/larry-d-gruppen

Space is limited - please RSVP!

A light breakfast, coffee, and tea will be available starting at 8:45am. The workshop will begin promptly at 9am so give yourself extra time to settle in.

In this workshop, participants will examine their own, personal definitions of clinical reasoning, examine alternatives, and review the breadth of the construct in relationship to research and teaching.  We will work towards a comprehensive model of clinical reasoning, but also consider the possibilities that greater distinctions need to be made to understand its complexity.

 Participants will be able to:

  • Describe their own definition of clinical reasoning
  • Describe how that definition differs from the definitions of others
  • Analyze the aspects of cognition and context that play a role in clinical reasoning
  • Connect relevant assessment methods to various aspects of clinical reasoning

The University of Washington School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The University of Washington School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 77.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. (This session approved for 2.0 credits)

Aug
9
12:00 pm12:00

August Work in Progress Session: Dr. Kimberly Espinoza

Does training impact whether dentists are treating patients with special needs in dental practice? 

Presented by: Kimberly Espinoza, DDS, MPH, Clinical Assistant Professor, Oral Medicine

These are monthly sessions in which faculty from across departments present their educational research at any stage of development to other colleagues in a friendly, safe environment.

Aug
1
5:00 pm17:00

MERC Applications Due!

CLIME is pleased to announce the opening of applications for our 2016-2017 Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Medical Education Research Certificate (MERC) cohort. The program begins in October 2016 and continues through October 2017. Applications are due by August 1st, 2016.

ABOUT
This program is intended to "provide the knowledge necessary to understand the purposes and processes of medical education research, to become informed consumers of the medical education research literature, and to be effective collaborators in medical education research." More information about MERC and its workshop descriptions can be found here: https://www.aamc.org/members/gea/merc/

FORMAT
Historically, participants have traveled to national/regional conferences to complete 6 MERC workshops in multiple sittings without opportunities to foster collaboration with peers at their home institution. To make this process more efficient and less costly for interested UW faculty, CLIME packages these workshops into three, full-day sessions to be completed in a 12-month period. These workshops are free-of-cost, though faculty members who complete 6 workshops will be required to cover the $100 cost of the MERC program certificate.

Each full-day session will provide opportunities for faculty to network with each other and/or for "project brainstorming."  Each workshop is 3 hours with breakfast provided and lunch served between the two workshops. Attendance must be in-person.

SESSION 1
October 5, 2016 | 8:00 am - 4:00 pm | Health Sciences Library, UW-Seattle

Facilitator: Larry Gruppen, PhD
Professor of Medical Education, Learning Health Sciences
University of Michigan Medical School
Workshops: Formulating Research Questions and Designing Studies & Measuring Educational Outcomes with Reliability and Validity

SESSION 2
February 10, 2017 | 8:30am - 4:00 pm | Health Sciences Library, UW-Seattle

Facilitator: Sheila Chauvin, PhD, MEd
Director, Office of Medical Education Research and Development, School of Medicine
Director, LSU Health Teaching Academy
Professor, Department of Medicine and School of Public Health
LSU Health-New Orleans
Workshops: Questionnaire design and survey research & Program evaluation and evaluation research

SESSION 3
October 13, 2017 | 8:30am - 4:00 pm | Health Sciences Library, UW-Seattle

Facilitator: Arianne Teherani, PhD
Professor of Medicine
Director of Program Evaluation, School of Medicine
Educational Researcher, Center for Faculty as Educators
UCSF School of Medicine
Workshops: Qualitative Analysis Methods & Scholarly Writing

We encourage participants to consider this year-long MERC experience as an opportunity to meet and collaborate with other interested medical educators. Participants will be encouraged to form project teams during the October 2016 MERC workshops, and CLIME plans to support and mentor these teams through our monthly Work-in-Progress sessions.

APPLY NOW
Space is limited to 30 participants*.
To indicate your interest in the MERC program, please fill out the following Google Form by August 1st: http://goo.gl/forms/Q3CIbqWCtufYRYsD3

*In order to foster community and collaboration, priority will be given to participants who intend to complete all 6 sessions this year (October 2016 to October 2017).  Otherwise, participants will be enrolled on a "first-come, first served" basis.  If faculty interest exceeds the available spots, participants will be placed on waiting lists and notified if/when openings become available.

Please contact us at clime@uw.edu with any questions. 

Jun
14
12:00 pm12:00

June Work in Progress Session: CANCELED

Due to limited availability of CLIME members this month, we are CANCELING this month's WIP session. See you in July!

These are monthly sessions in which faculty from across departments present their educational research at any stage of development to other colleagues in a friendly, safe environment.

Jun
1
1:00 pm13:00

CLIME Together: A Symposium of Excellence in Health Professions Education

Who: UW Health Professions Educators
When: Wednesday, June 1, 2016 | Registration opens at 12:30pm | Sessions from 1:00pm - 5:00pm | Hors d'oeuvres and CASH ONLY bar from 5:00 - 6:00pm
Where: Talaris Conference Center (4000 NE 41st Street, Seattle, WA 98105)
RSVP:
https://climetogether.eventbrite.com
There is no cost to attend.

ABOUT
The University of Washington (UW) Center for Leadership and Innovation in Medical Education (CLIME) invites all health sciences educators to participate in its inaugural CLIME Together Symposium for Excellence in Health Professions Education on Wednesday, June 1, 2016 at The Talaris Conference Center

Come meet other members of UW’s vibrant community of educators and participate in a half-day of activities devoted to sharing educational innovations and scholarship. Let’s celebrate our education community and its accomplishments together!

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
We are delighted that Dr. Judith Bowen, Professor of Medicine at the Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) School of Medicine, will kick off our afternoon with an invited plenary.

  • 12:30 - 1:00pm: Registration 

  • 1:00 - 2:00pm: Welcome & Invited Plenary, "Teaching & Learning in the Workplace" by Judith Bowen, MD, Professor, OHSU

  • 2:00 - 2:10pm: Break

  • 2:10 - 3:10pm: Lightning Round Abstract Presentations (more details below)
    Group 1. Collaboration: Interprofessional and Interdisciplinary Learning
    Group 2. Education: Novel Teaching Formats
    Group 3. Innovation: Technology for Teaching
    Group 4. Scholarship: Education Research

  • 3:10 - 4:20pm: Hackathon Round Table Discussions: A team-based creative exercise for new innovations

  • 4:20 - 4:30pm: Break

  • 4:30 - 5:00pm: Awards and Acknowledgements

  • 5:00 - 6:00pm: Hors D'oeuvres and CASH ONLY Bar

LIGHTNING ROUND ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS
20 abstracts will be presented during this session. Abstracts are divided into four categories with five presenters in each category. Each presenter will have 10 minutes to "teach" to a small group of table members. Symposium attendees will select from the following four groups:

Group 1: Collaboration: Interprofessional and Interdisciplinary Learning
Click to View Abstracts

  • C1: Jessamyn Blau, MD. “Advance Care Planning in the Outpatient Setting: What Do I Say? A Workshop for Residents”
  • C2: David Kopacz, MD. “Teaching the Whole Health curriculum to Veterans, Staff, and Trainees for Self-care, Cultural Transformation, and Inter-professional Integration & Collaboration”
  • C3: Patricia Noritake Matsuda, PT, PhD, DPT. “Fall Prevention Community Service Learning Events:  An Interprofessional Team Approach”
  • C4: Elizabeth Mattox, RN, MN, ARNP. “Promoting Proficiency in Sleep Medicine Among Primary Care Providers: Innovative Application of a Telementorship Framework”
  • C5: Jennifer Piel, MD, JD. “Forensic Topics in an Interdisciplinary Training Model”

Group 2: Education: Novel Teaching Formats
Click to View Abstracts

  • E1: Rebekah Burns, MD. “A Pediatric Boot Camp for Graduating Medical Students”
  • E2: Gregory Crowther, PhD. “Learning Health Sciences Content Via Music: Should Students Analyze Lyrics, or Write Their Own?”
  • E3: David Masuda, MD, MS. “Lightning Labs”
  • E4: Susan Merel, MD. “Palliative care competencies integrated into medical school required clerkships”
  • E5: Lisa Vande Vusse, MD, MS. “Focused clinical skill-building at the point of care in the intensive care unit”

Group 3: Innovation: Technology for Teaching
Click to View Abstracts

  • I1: Randy Beaton, PhD. “Development of a Web-based Educational “Toolkit” for 9-1-1 Telecommunicator Call Center Managers”
  • I2: Sari Gold, PhD. “Provider Use of Clinical Video Telehealth at VA Puget Sound”
  • I3: Jaime Fitch. “Distance Learning: same content, flexible delivery methods”
  • I4: Chris Hague, PhD. “’Captivating’ Pharmacology for medical education”
  • I5: Jeff Riddell, MD. “#DxOnSight: A novel use of social media to teach visual diagnosis”

Group 4: Scholarship: Education Research
Click to View Abstracts

  • S1: Daniel Cabrera, MD, MPH. “Structured Peer Observation to Optimize Bedside Rounding is Valuable to Hospitalists”
  • S2: Kathleen Kieran, MD, MS, MME. “How are communication skills being taught in urology and other procedure-based subspecialties? A Critical Review of Limited Literature and Call To Action”
  • S3: Thomas Egnew, EdD, LICSW. “Suffering Where Art Thou? Exploring Medical Student Perceptions of Medical Education About Suffering”
  • S4: Amanda Kost, MD. “What is the Impact of the Underserved Pathway program on Entering an Underserved Family Medicine Residency? A Comparison of Three Approaches for Estimating the Average Treatment Effect”
  • S5: Paula Carvalho, MD. “The First Five Minutes and the Indy 500”

For more information please contact clime@uw.edu.

We look forward to seeing you at this exciting event,
CLIME Leadership Team

May
15
5:00 pm17:00

Call for Abstracts: Education Research & Teaching Innovations for CLIME Together

The Center for Leadership and Innovation in Medical Education (CLIME) invites abstract submissions for its inaugural CLIME TOGETHER Symposium for Excellence in Health Professions Education on Wednesday, June 1, 2016 at The Talaris Conference Center.  This event is an opportunity for the University of Washington Health Professions Education Community to showcase and share their innovations and scholarship and to celebrate their accomplishments.

DETAILS
CLIME members are invited to submit abstracts related to education research and teaching innovations. Share your work with the UW CLIME community and become eligible for several different presentation awards. Session format will be for brief, informal presentations with time for moderated discussion. The email submission deadline to clime@uw.edu is May 15, 2016.

To submit an abstract you must be a CLIME member. Membership is free, and registration is easy. You can access the registration site here.

Members may be the presenting author on one abstract only.  We encourage members to present work that has been previously presented at other conferences as well. 

ABSTRACT FORMATS
All abstracts should be limited to 250 words.  Please use the following formats to for each category of work:

Research
Background
Methods
Results
Conclusion

Teaching Innovation:
Problem
Innovation
Lessons Learned
Future Directions

For questions please contact clime@uw.edu.

May
11
12:00 pm12:00

May Work in Progress Session

Virtual Team Simluations

Presented by:

  • Rachel Umoren, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Washington

These are monthly sessions in which faculty from across departments present their educational research at any stage of development to other colleagues in a friendly, safe environment.

Apr
12
12:00 pm12:00

April Work in Progress Session: CANCELED

Due to limited availability of CLIME members this month, we are CANCELING this month's WIP session. See you in May!

These are monthly sessions in which faculty from across departments present their educational research at any stage of development to other colleagues in a friendly, safe environment.

Apr
4
12:00 pm12:00

CLIME Grand Round with Chris Watling, MD, PhD

Title: Cognition, culture, and credibility: Deconstructing feedback in medical education

Location: UW Seattle Health Science Building (1959 NE Pacific St.), Room T-733 or via Remotely via Mediasite

Presented by: Chris Watling, MD, PhD
Scientist, Center for Education Research & Innovation
Associate Dean, Postgraduate Medical Education, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry
Associate Professor, Department of Clinical Neurological Sciences and Oncology
https://www.schulich.uwo.ca/ceri/people/bios/chris_watling.html

Objectives: Upon completion of the program(s), attendees should be able to:

  1. What are the characteristics of feedback that become influential?

  2. How do learners decide to accept or discard feedback?

  3. How does medicine’s learning culture influence the role of feedback in learning?

  4. How can the potential of feedback be more effectively harnessed in medical education?

The University of Washington School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The University of Washington School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 

Apr
4
9:00 am09:00

CLIME Workshop with Chris Watling, MD, PhD

Title: Doing qualitative research right in health professions education: the grounded theory example

Location: UW Seattle Health Sciences Library (1959 NE Pacific St.), 2nd Floor, Pacific Room

Presented by: Chris Watling, MD, PhD
Scientist, Center for Education Research & Innovation
Associate Dean, Postgraduate Medical Education, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry
Associate Professor, Department of Clinical Neurological Sciences and Oncology
https://www.schulich.uwo.ca/ceri/people/bios/chris_watling.html

Space is limited to 25 participants - please RSVP!

Objectives: Upon completion of the program(s), attendees should be able to:

  1. Describe the kinds of research questions for which qualitative approaches are suited
  2. Describe the key methodologic features of grounded theory research 

The University of Washington School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The University of Washington School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 

Mar
9
1:00 pm13:00

March Work in Progress Session at Seattle Children's

Inspiring a highly educated, migrant work force: Video documentary redux as a training film

Presenter: David J. Loren, MD
Seattle Children's Hospital, Room OA.9.340
RSVP to clime@uw.edu.  

These are monthly sessions in which faculty from across departments present their educational research at any stage of development to other colleagues in a friendly, safe environment.

Mar
8
12:30 pm12:30

CLIME Grand Rounds: Carol-Anne Moulton, MD

Title: 
"Slowing Down When You Should: Key to Expert Performance"

Description: 
"Slowing down when you should” has been described as the transition from automatic to effortful functioning in professional practice. The ability to “slow down” is an important factor in expert judgment. From an educational perspective this framework provides an opportunity to teach clinical judgment in a structured and explicit manner, taking advantage of critical moments both planned and unplanned in every clinical case. Making “slowing down” moments explicit provides opportunities for self-reflection with implications for continuing improvements in practice.

Objectives
Upon completion of the program(s), attendees should be able to:
1. Discuss the nature of the “slowing down” phenomenon intraoperatively and its link to surgical judgment.
2. Identify influences and initiators to the “slowing down” phenomenon.

About Dr. Carol-Anne Moulton:
Dr. Moulton is an Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery, University of Toronto and Staff Surgeon with the Division of General Surgery, University Health Network. She is currently the Medical Director of the Operating Room in Toronto General Hospital and a Scientist in the Wilson Centre. Dr. Moulton's research program focuses on understanding the complexity of surgical judgment, the development of surgical expertise, and underlying causes of surgeon error.

RSVP REQUIRED: Attend in-person (T-439 at UW Health Science Building) OR remotely via Mediasite (link to be sent to respondents on 3/7). 

The University of Washington School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The University of Washington School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 0.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Feb
9
12:00 pm12:00

February Work in Progress Session

"What’s All the Chatter? A Content Analysis of Emergency Medicine Physician Tweets"

Presented by:

  • Alisha Brown, MD, Medical Education Fellow, Division of Emergency Medicine

RSVP to: clime@uw.edu

These are monthly sessions in which faculty from across departments present their educational research at any stage of development to other colleagues in a friendly, safe environment.

Jan
13
12:00 pm12:00

January Work in Progress Session

NDER: a novel educational web application for rapid improvements in pattern recognition

Presented by:

  • Nicholas Reder, MD, MPH, AP Resident, Department of Pathology, University of Washington

These are monthly sessions in which faculty from across departments present their educational research at any stage of development to other colleagues in a friendly, safe environment.