Institute for Innovations in Medical Education Presentations & Workshops

Institute for Innovations in Medical Education Research & Scholarship Institute for Innovations in Medical Education Presentations & Workshops
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Institute for Innovations in Medical Education Research & Scholarship Institute for Innovations in Medical Education Presentations & Workshops

The Institute for Innovations in Medical Education at NYU Langone Health helps our students, residents, and faculty coordinate educational presentations and workshops. Below is a sampling of their recent work.

Technology and Informatics

Crowe R, Elysée G, Nicholson J, Pusic M, Schwartz M, Triola M. Health Care by the Numbers. Presented at: American Medical Association (AMA) Accelerating Change in Medical Education (ACE) Spring Consortium Meeting; 2016 March 6-8; Hershey, Pennsylvania

Dorsainville G, Kapnick M, Desai R, Wolfram RM, Lee S, Yingling S, Paul S, Marin M, Baker L, Tewskbury L. Digital Badging Pilot in Undergraduate Medical Education. Presented at: Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Group on Information Resources (GIR) Information Technology in Academic Medicine Conference; 2016 June 1-3; Toronto, Canada

Hersh W, Spickard A, Triola M. Informatics and Educational Technology. Presented at: AMA ACE Spring Consortium Meeting; 2016 March 6-8; Hershey, Pennsylvania

Holloway W. The Future of Education Technology: Day 1 Reflections. Presented at: Medical Education and Learning Technology Conference; 2014 December 10; Austin, Texas

Lee S, Yingling S. Reflections on a Technology-Supported Mid-Clerkship Feedback Process. Presented at: SUNY Downstate Medical Center Annual Education Meeting: Innovation and Technology in Medical Education (IN TIME); 2015 July 27; Brooklyn, New York

Marin M, Paul S, Yingling S. Information-Driven Decisions in a Self-Service Business Intelligence Environment. Presented at: AAMC GIR Information Technology in Academic Medicine Conference; 2015 June 3-5; San Diego

Marin M, Yingling S, Savenkov O, Paul S. Information-Driven Decisions in a Self-Service Business Intelligence Environment. Presented at: MedBiquitous Annual Conference; 2015 May 18-19; Baltimore

Oh SY, Ng-Zhao L, Kraja V, Mainiero C. Creating e-Books for UME and GME: Solutions for Early Adopters. Presented at: AAMC GIR Information Technology in Academic Medicine Conference; 2016 June 1-3; Toronto, Canada

Pusic M. The Big Data Approach to Health Professions Education. Presented at: Collaboration of Researchers, Educators, Scholars and Teachers Meeting; 2015 April 16-17; Toronto, Canada

Pusic M. The Future of Medical Education. Presented at: TEDx LangleyED; 2015 January 17; Vancouver, Canada

Pusic M, Schwartz M, Crowe R, Triola M. The Use of Big Data In Health Professions Education. Presented at: Third Annual New York State Veterinary Educators Meeting; 2015 October 16; Ithaca, New York

Pusic M, Schwartz M, Crowe R, Triola M. Big Data Literacy as an Emerging Competency in Health Education. Presented at: AMA Consortium Meeting and ChangeMedEd 2015 Conference; 2015 September 30-October 3; Chicago

Thibault G, Triola M. Updates in Medical Education: 2015 Macy Conference: Enhancing Health Professions Education Through Technology. Presented at: AAMC Medical Education Meeting; 2015 November 10-12; Baltimore

Triola M. Educational Innovations in a Continuously Learning Health Care System. Keynote Speaker at: AAMC Central Group on Educational Affairs (CGEA) Spring Conference; 2016 April 6-8; Ann Arbor, Michigan

Triola M. The Future of Medical Education in the Digital Age. Presented at: dotMED Conference; 2014 December 5; Dublin, Ireland

Triola M. Healthcare by the Numbers: Teaching Student Skills of Data, Quality, and Population Management Using Large Open Clinical Data Sets and a Robust Virtual Group Practice. Presented at: AMA ACE Consortium Meeting at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine; 2014 September 22; Nashville, Tennessee

Triola M. Healthcare by the Numbers: Using “Big” Clinical Data for Education. Presented at: Medical Education and Learning Technology Conference; 2014 December 10; Austin, Texas

Triola M. Practicing Medicine in an Era of Connected Patients and Digital Doctors. Webinar Presenter: AAMC Innovation Webinar Series; 2015 January 1

Yingling S, Crowe R, Lee S, Paul S, Dorsainville G, Marin M. Tracking Clinical Skills Development: From Teaching Decisions to Informatics and Back. AAMC GIR Information Technology in Academic Medicine Conference; 2015 June 3-5; San Diego

Educational Design and Delivery

Arora V, Gupta R, Miller L, Ryskina K. Emerging Solutions: Teaching High-Value Care at Your Institutions: Strategies and Tools from Around the Country. Presented at: AAMC Medical Education Meeting; 2015 November 10-12; Baltimore

Blackstock U, Patrawalla P. Point of Care Ultrasound: The UME-GME-CME Continuum. Presented at: Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (NEGEA) Annual Retreat; 2016 April 8-9; Providence, Rhode Island

Crowe R, Yingling S, Apicello D, Anderson M, Kirsch H. Designing OSCEs for a Longitudinal Clinical Skills Program: Closing Feedback Loops. Presented at: Hot Topics in Simulation Education Symposium; 2014 October 15; New York

Horlick M, Cocks P, Altshuler L, Gillespie C, Zabar S. Residency Wellness: Changing Culture Through Experimental Learning? Presented at: Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) 39th Annual Meeting; 2016 May 11-14; Hollywood, Florida

Ismail N, Cunningham H, Yingling S, Cottingham A. Emerging Solutions: Using Reflective Writing to Facilitate Professional Identify Formation. Presented at: 2014 AAMC Medical Education Meeting; 2014 November 7; Chicago

Lee S, Macfarlane H, Manley S, Oh SY. Voting by Clicks: Plan, Design, and Implement Online Learning Modules to Support Active and Individualized Learning in Medical Education. Presented at: AAMC GIR Information Technology in Academic Medicine Conference; 2015 June 3-5; San Diego

Oh SY. Effectiveness of Segmentation Instructional Strategy in Online Learning Modules: Are 10-Minute Modules the Best Solution? Presented at: MedBiquitous Annual Conference; 2015 May 18-19; Baltimore

Oh SY. E-Learning Cookbook: An E-book to Support Medical Educators with Practical Tips to Create Effective e-Learning Materials. Presented at: NEGEA Annual Retreat; 2015 April 17-18; Worcester, Massachusetts

Oh SY, Lee S. Step-by-step Guidelines to Design and Implement E-learning Material: Creating a Multi-touch E-book from A to Z. Presented at: SUNY Downstate Medical Center Annual Education Meeting—Innovation and Technology In Medical Education (IN TIME); 2015 July 27; Brooklyn, New York

Oh SY, Lee S. Supporting Active Learning in Medical Education. Presented at: NEGEA Annual Retreat; 2016 April 8-9; Providence, Rhode Island

Oh SY, Lee S, Maher S. Innovative Ways to Use iBooks Author to Enhance Continuing Medical Education: Creating and Distributing a Multi-Touch e-Book from A to Z. Presented at: World Congress on Continuing Professional Development; 2016 March 18; San Diego

Oh SY, Lee S, Maher S. Innovative Ways to Use iBooks Author to Enhance Medical Education: Creating and Distributing a Multi-Touch E-Book from A to Z. Presented at: NEGEA Annual Retreat; 2015 April 17-18; Worcester, Massachusetts

Oh SY, Shiau M, Delgado J, Kouchkovsky I, Smereka P. Case-Based eBooks to Enhance the Integration of Clinical Science in Basic Science: Teaching Radiology-Anatomy Correlation in the Gross Anatomy Lab Using eBooks. Presented at: NEGEA Annual Retreat; 2016 April 8-9; Providence, Rhode Island

Oh SY, Zabar S, Adams J, Altshuler L, Greenberg S, Cortes T. Teaching IPEP (Interprofessional Education and Practice) in Graduate Level Health Professions Education Through Space-Delivered Mini Online Learning Modules. Presented at: NEGEA Annual Retreat; 2015 April 17-18; Worcester, Massachusetts

Yingling S, Kalet A, Buckvar-Keltz L, Harnik V, Crowe R. Day One of Medical School: Welcome to Evidence-Based Professional Identity Formation. Presented at: NEGEA Annual Retreat; 2016 April 8-9; Providence, Rhode Island

Yingling S, Paul S, Crowe R. Tracking Clinical Skills Progress: Teaching Decisions, Dashboards, and Self-Regulated Learning. Presented at: NEGEA Annual Retreat; 2016 April 8-9; Providence, Rhode Island

Evaluation and Outcomes

Crowe R, Pusic M, Yingling S. Readying Students for Clerkship Clinical Skills Assessment. The RIME Model in Pre-Clerkship Self-Assessment. Presented at: NEGEA Annual Retreat; 2015 April 17-18; Worcester, Massachusetts

Gillespie C, Zabar S. Simulations for Safety: Using USPs to Integrate Education Quality Improvement and Research. Presented at: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Research Conference; 2015 October 4-6; Arlington, Virginia

Greene R, Gillespie C, Hanley K, Lipkin M, Zabar S. Meeting the Primary Care Needs of Transgender Patients: Using an Objective Structured Clinical Exam Case to Assess Resident Physicians’ Ability to Provide Primary Care to Transgender Patients. Presented at: SGIM 38th Annual Meeting; 2015 April 22-25; Toronto, Canada

Hochberg M, Berman R, Ogilvie J, Yingling S, Pusic M, Pachter HL. Midclerkship Feedback in the Surgical Clerkship: The “Primes” Application Utilizing Learner Self-Assessment. Presented at: The Association for Surgical Education (ASE) Meeting; 2016 April 12-14; Boston

Lee S, Yingling S, Holloway W, Marin M, Acholonu R, Pusic M. Reflections on a Technology-supported Mid-clerkship Feedback Process. Presented at: NEGEA Annual Retreat; 2015 April 17-18; Worcester, Massachusetts

Miller B, Mejicano G, Pusic M, Hawkins R. Students as Partners in the Assessment Process: A Key Step in Developing Lifelong Learners and in Facilitating Implementation of Competency-Based Education Frameworks. Presented at: 2014 AAMC Medical Education Meeting; 2014 November 6; Chicago

Pusic M, Crowe R. How Can We See the Forest for the Trees? Where Do Broad Frameworks Such as RIME and the Assessment of Student-Authored Notes Fit in the New EPA World? Presented at: AMA ACE Consortium Meeting at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine; 2014 September 22; Nashville, Tennessee

Pusic M, Cutrer W. Developing and Assessing Master Adaptive Learners Perspective. Presented at: AMA ACE Consortium Meeting at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine; 2014 September 22; Nashville, Tennessee

Pusic M, Pecaric M, Boutis K. A Simple Method for Evaluating Self-Assessment While Learning Radiograph Interpretation. Presented at: 2014 Centre for Health Education Scholarship (CHES) Celebration of Scholarship; 2014 October 9; Vancouver, Canada

Szyld D, Djukic M, Adams J, Fulmer T, Lee S, Oh SY, Triola M. Blended Interprofessional Education: Quantifying the Advantage of Simulation. Presented at: Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine (SESAM) Annual Meeting; 2015 June 24-26; Belfast, Northern Ireland

Yingling S, Chang L, Tewksbury L, Burstin H, Pusic M, Lee S, Acholonu R. Comparison of Mid-Clerkship Faculty and Student Self-Assessment Using a PRIMES iPad Application. Presented at: MedBiquitous Annual Conference; 2015 May 18-19; Baltimore

Zabar S, Berman R, Hochberg M, Phillips D, Shaker-Brown A, Hanley K, Kalet A, Gillespie C. Skills for Identifying a Struggling Colleague: “I Cannot Take This Anymore!” Presented at: SGIM 38th Annual Meeting; 2015 April 22-25; Toronto, Canada

Zabar S, Gillespie C, Hanley K, Wallach A, Lee H, Porter B, Shaker-Brown A, Altshuler L. Unannounced Standardized Patients (USPs) as Value Added Option for Assessment and Research—How to Get Started. Presented at: Hot Topics in Simulation Education Symposium; 2015 October 14; New York

Zabar S, Hanley K, Lee H, Gershgorin I, Gillespie C. Resident Physicians’ Management of Back Pain in an Unannounced Standardized Patient Visit: Vicodin vs. Non-Vicodin Prescribers. Presented at: SGIM 39th Annual Meeting; 2016 May 11-14; Hollywood, Florida

Learning Analytics

Hatala R, Pusic M. What Are They Clicking? Uncovering Student Learning Analytics. Presented at: Canadian Conference on Medical Education; 2016 April 16-19; Montreal, Canada 

Paul S. Visualization and Dashboards for Learning Analytics. Presented at: University of Illinois College of Medicine; 2016 June 20; Chicago

Paul S, Oh SY, Pusic M. New Data Visualization (DataViz) Competencies to Improve Medical Education and Clinical Care. Presented at: NEGEA Annual Retreat; 2016 April 8-9; Providence, Rhode Island

Pusic M. Learning Curves for Modeling Medical Decision Making. Southern Illinois University Department of Medical Education Visiting Speaker. 2015 April 30; Springfield, Illinois

Pusic M. Learning Curves and the Science of Deliberate Practice. Presented at: Collaboration of Researchers, Educators, Scholars and Teachers Meeting; 2015 April 16-17; Toronto, Canada

Pusic M. Modeling the Deliberate Practice of Medical Decision-Making Using Learning Curves. Presented at: Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education Special Round; 2015 February 4; Chicago

Pusic M. Modeling Deliberate Practice of Medical Decision-Making Using Learning Curves. Presented at: Columbia University Department of Pediatrics Research Grand Rounds; 2015 February 6; New York

Pusic M. Modeling the Deliberate Practice of Radiograph Interpretation Using Learning Curves. Presented at: Third Annual NYS Veterinary Educator’s Meeting; 2015 October 16; Ithaca, New York

Pusic M. Modeling Deliberate Practice Using Learning Curves. Presented at: Mayo Clinic Surgical Educators Conference; 2015 February 10; Rochester, Minnesota

Pusic M. Theorizing How We Learn: A Fourth “…izum.” Presented at: CHES Celebration of Scholarship; 2015 October 8; Vancouver, Canada

Pusic M, Boutis K, Pecaric M, Savenkov O. Using Learning Curve Mathematical Models to Describe the Learning of Radiograph Interpretation. Presented at: MedBiquitous Annual Conference; 2015 May 18-19; Baltimore

Pusic M, Brydges R. Self-Regulated Learning and Simulation: How Do We Prepare Trainees for Future Learning. Presented at: Hot Topics in Simulation Education Symposium; 2014 October 15; New York

Pusic M, Hatala R. Learning ECG Interpretation by Deliberate Practice Using an Online Learning System. Presented at: CHES Celebration of Scholarship; 2015 October 8; Vancouver, Canada

Research in Medical Education

Cheng A, Auerbach M, Chang T, Arnould J, Everett T, Hunt E, Kessler D, Mackinnon R, Nadkarni V, Pusic M. How to Design and Conduct Effective Research Simulation-based Educational Interventions. Presented at: IMSH Annual Meeting; 2015 January 14; New Orleans

Pusic M. Blurring the Line Between Education and Research: The Science of Big Data in Emergency Medicine. Presented at: UBC Emergency Medicine Research Day; 2016 April 6; Vancouver, Canada

Pusic M. The Development of Reporting Guidelines for Simulation-based Research. Presented at: IMSH Annual Meeting; 2015 January 10; New Orleans

Triola M. Practicing Medicine in an Era of Connected Patients and Digital Doctors. Presented at: American Medical Women’s Association Centennial Meeting; 2015 April 23-26; Chicago