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Annual Medical Education Innovations & Scholarship Day 2017 Annual Medical Education Innovations & Scholarship Day Highlights

2017 Annual Medical Education Innovations & Scholarship Day Highlights

On November 16, 2017, more than 140 attendees—including faculty, students, residents, and staff—came together to recognize the innovations occurring across the institution in undergraduate, graduate, and continuing medical education. The event included workshops and awards to celebrate the educators who stood out for their leadership and contributions to medical education at the local and national levels. As Steven Abramson, MD, said, “it is another milestone along the way of valorizing what each and every one of you do in the school.”

Highlights from the 2017 event, which kicked off with welcome remarks from Dr. Abramson, included the following presentations.

The following are some of the speakers and participants at the event.

Keynote Address

Kelley M. Skeff, MD, PhD, professor of medicine from Stanford University School of Medicine, delivered the keynote address, “Enhancing the Joy of Medicine: Lessons from Educational Theory.”

Inaugural Educator Community Awards

We celebrated our inaugural Educator Community award winners. The awards recognize the exceptional efforts of a faculty member dedicated to providing outstanding contributions in support of NYU Grossman School of Medicine’s education mission in four distinct categories. Congratulations to Margaret R. Horlick, MD; Amy V. Rapkiewicz, MD; Colleen C. Gillespie, PhD; and Sondra R. Zabar, MD.

Masters of Health Professions Education Program Showcase

The two-year Masters of Health Professions Education Program is offered by the School of Health Professions Education at Maastricht University (the Netherlands) in partnership with the Department of Medicine at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. Richard Greene, MD; Christie Lech, MD; and Linda Tewksbury, MD, presented their experience in various stages of the program.

Oral Abstracts

Seven oral abstracts were presented during the event. The topics covered included “Making It Stick: Incorporating Peer-to-Peer Learning in Faculty Development” to “The NYU Winthrop Faculty Scholars Program: Embracing Lifelong Learning” to “The Master Adaptive Learner—Emphasizing Adaptive Expertise as Our End Goal” and many more.

Medical Education Day Workshops

Concurrent workshops were offered during the event. The topics included “How iPads Can Change Rounds,” “Using Standardized Patients for Curricular Innovation and Research,” “The Master Adaptive Learner: A Model for Ongoing Expertise Development,” and “Academic Writing.” For more information, contact educators@nyulangone.org.

Winning Posters

Forty-three posters were accepted after a peer-review process. On the day of the event, a team of judges rated the posters and awarded five as exemplars in innovation, impact, and potential. The winning posters were “A Simulated First Night-onCall (FNOC): Establishing Community and a Culture of Patient Safety”; “Making It Stick: Incorporating Peer-to-Peer Learning in Faculty Development”; “Medical Chopped: Applying Adult Learning Theory and the Food Network to Teach Clinical Reasoning”; “Postmortem MRI Microscopy for Teaching Neuroanatomy”; and “Swimming with the Sharks: Teaching Residents Value-Based Medicine Through Resident-Led, Faculty-Mentored Projects.”