Annual Education Retreat
On June 11, 2019, leaders from across NYU Langone came together for the Eighth Annual Education Retreat, co-sponsored by the Office of Medical Education and Institute for Innovations in Medical Education. The event's theme was centered around educational transitions and focused primarily on the topic of data-driven coaching. More than 130 attendees representing undergraduate, graduate, and continuing medical education participated in this full-day, hands-on session.
Watch some of the highlights from our 2019 retreat below.
The following are some of the speakers and participants at the event.
For Faculty Educator Community Annual Retreat Image Gallery
Martin S. Nachbar Memorial Lecture
Nicole M. Deiorio, MD, professor of emergency medicine and associate dean for student affairs at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, delivered the Martin S. Nachbar Memorial Lecture. Her talk focused on the benefits of coaching in medical education and her work related to the Association of American Medical Colleges’ entrustable professional activities.
Connecting the Dots: Longitudinal Data-Driven Coaching to Promote Self-Reflection, Targeted Learning, and Growth
One of the main highlights of our retreat was a workshop on the topic of coaching using student performance data. Attendees at the event worked in small groups to discuss the opportunities and challenges of a coaching model using longitudinal student assessments to drive student learning. Faculty, students, residents, and staff were asked to identify patterns, discrepancies, and gaps in longitudinal student assessments and reflect from the perspective of coach, learner, and educator. Each group also discussed strategies for conducting constructive, learner-driven conversations between coach and learner that promote self-reflection, targeted learning, and growth.
Opportunities in Graduate Medical Education: Improving Transitions
A graduate medical education (GME)–focused panel discussion highlighted current initiatives to improve our understanding of how new interns perceive the transition to residency and departmental efforts to enhance GME and the clinical learning environment.
AMA Reimagining Residency Initiative: NYU Grossman School of Medicine Transition to Residency Advantage
Presenter: Marc Triola, MD
NYU Grossman School of Medicine is one of eight institutions awarded a grant through the American Medical Association's (AMA) Reimagining Residency Initiative. The new 5-year, $15 million grant program aims to transform residency to meet the workforce needs of America’s current and future health care system. Dr. Triola leads the medical school’s project, known as Transition to Residency Advantage.
Education Mission Leadership Development Program
The Education Mission Leadership Development Program, sponsored by the Office of Medical Education, Office of Graduate Medical Education, and the Educator Community, celebrated the 16 graduates of the inaugural 2019 program. Please join us in congratulating the inaugural cohort.