Randomized Trial of a Microlearning Curriculum for the OB/GYN Clerkship

Ralph Nicholas Burns, MD

Fellow, Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Obstretrics and Gynecology

Molly Levine, MD, Resident, Obstetrics and Gynecology
Emily Fay, MD, Assistant Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology
Alyssa Stephenson-Famy, MD, Associate Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology

Project Abstract: 
We propose a randomized trial of a new microlearning curriculum for OB/GYN clerkship students, evaluating
two delivery methods: a “push” based modality via SMS, and a “pull” modality via provision of a PDF


Exploring First in Family to College Medical Students’ Experiences with Noncurricular Activity Participation through an Anti-Deficit Lens: A Qualitative Study

Alexander Garrett, MD

Acting Instructor, Medical Education Research Fellow, Emergency Medicine

Max Griffith MD, Emergency Medicine
Justin Bullock, MD, MPH, Nephrology
Jon Ilgen, MD, PhD, Emergency Medicine
Joshua Jauregui, MD, Emergency Medicine

Abstract: A qualitative study of 4th year medical students who are the first in their family to graduate college, exploring the noncurricular activities they participate in and how these activities shape their personal and professional development.

Implementation of an on-demand diabetes Project ECHO for healthcare trainees

Stephanie Kim, MD, MPH, Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine, Metabolism, Endocrinology, Nutrition

Nicole Ehrhardt, MD, Medicine, Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism

Abstract: There is a significant need for diabetes training in pre-clinical practice. We propose the implementation of an on-demand option for Project Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) model to improve access for diabetes care for trainees.

MedSchoolPlus: A Customized Interactive Web-Based App for Medical Case-Based Learning at UW Foundations Curriculum

Derrick Phillips, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Physiology and Biophysics

Abstract: MedSchoolPlus: An interactive web-app for medical students, enhancing case-based learning in foundations phase. The project will develop a user-friendly interface & patient database for pilot testing, in alignment with CLIME’s mission.

Direct Observation of Feedback Delivered by Internal Medicine Attendings to Residents: A Coaching Program

Jeff Redinger, MD, Assistant Professor, Medicine
Vince Raikhel, MD, Clinical Instructor, Medicine

Abstract: We have created a program for attending physicians to be mentored in the delivery of feedback through direct observation of feedback that aims to improve feedback quality in 5 domains: specificity, culture, action plan, respect, and timeliness.