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Wednesday, March 28

PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS

Brain Connoisseurship: How Brain-Based Research Can Improve Teaching/Learning in Medical Education

  • Overview and Framework
    Stephen S. Davis, PhD, Director, Faculty Development, OU-COM
  • The Use of Brain-based Learning
    Robert C. Miller, EdD, Neuropsychiatry & Behavior Sciences, Private Practice, Blacksburg, VA
  • A Preliminary Analysis of the Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Osteopathic Medical Student Performance and Success
    Gail Singer-Chang, PsyD, MA, MS, Director, Institute for Medical Educators, Western U/COMP

From Tags to Tweets: Growing Community Through Social Media

  • Eric Stoller, Social Media Educator, Former Pre-Med Advisor at Oregon State University's College of Public Health and Human Sciences, and Blogger for InsideHigherEd.com

OPENING PLENARY SESSION

Prevention and Healthy Behaviors: Essential Elements of the Future of Health
  • Richard H. Carmona, MD, MPH, FACS, 17th Surgeon General of the United States (2002-2006), Vice Chairman, Canyon Ranch; President, Canyon Ranch Institute; and Distinguished Professor, Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona

Thursday, March 29

SPECIAL JOINING FORCES PLENARY SESSION
The Inspiration of Courage: A Perspective of Reality
  • COL. David W. Sutherland, Special Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

COCA: Current Issues and Future Directions

  • Konrad Miskowicz-Retz, PhD, CAE, Director, Department of Accreditation, American Osteopathic Association

BRIEF PRESENTATIONS - Focus: Data Usage

Qualitative Research: A Uniquely Holistic Tool for Understanding Phenomena in Health Care and Medical Education

  • India Broyles, EdD, Professor and Director, Master's in Medical Education Leadership, UNECOM
  • Amina Sadik, PhD, MS, Associate Professor, TUNCOM-NV

Utilizing Public Data to Successfully Target Patient Populations for Prevention

  • Ann K. Peton, MPH, Director, National Center for the Analysis of Healthcare Data, VCOM

What You Can Do with the OME Data on the AACOM Website

  • Erik Guercio, Associate Director of Research, AACOM
  • Eric Lui, Research Analyst, AACOM
  • Diana Tung, Research Analyst, AACOM
  • Catherine Golden, Research Assistant, AACOM

BRIEF PRESENTATIONS - Focus: IPE

Developing a Learner-Centered Interprofessional Faculty Development Program

  • Stacey Pinnock, MSW, Director of Interprofessional Education, NSU-COM
Inter-Institutional Interprofessional Education
  • Sheree Aston, OD, PhD, MA, Vice Provost, Western University of Health Sciences
  • Susan E. Mackintosh, DO, MPH, Director of Interprofessional Education, Western University of Health Sciences
  • John T. Pham, DO, PC, Assistant Professor, Western U/COMP
  • Dennis Muscato, MS, Interprofessional Education Manager, Western U/COMP
Interprofessional Collaboration During Medical School Years Three and Four
  • Arthur B. Rubin, DO, FACOP, MHA, Assistant Dean - South Central Region, WVSOM

Tech Tools for Information and Project Management

Overview to Information and Project Management
Arnold H. Hassen PhD
, Professor and Director for Medical Informatics, WVSOM

  • Using Dashboard to Manage Clinical Projects
    Polly Leonard, DO, Associate Clinical Professor, UNECOM
  • Utilizing Sharepoint for Searchable Meeting Minutes: A Tool for Assessment, Evaluation and Accreditation
    Thomas J. Mohr, DO, Acting Dean, RVUCOM
  • Use of Dashboard Portal to Manage Student Progress
    Scott Helf, DO, MSIT, Chief Technology Officer, Western U/COMP

DUAL PRESENTATIONS - Focus: IPE

Building Healthy Organizational Change Behavior: An Appreciative Inquiry Approach to Implementing Interprofessional Education
  • Robin Cooper, PhD, Interprofessional Primary Care Education Project Director and Assistant Professor, NSU-COM
  • Stacey Pinnock, MSW, Coordinator of Interprofessional Education Curriculum, NSU-COM

The Patient's Role on the Interprofessional Team (20 min)

  • Cecilia Rokusek, EdD, MSc, RD, Executive Director of Education, Planning and Research, NSU-COM

DUAL PRESENTATIONS - Focus: Geriatrics

Developing Osteopathic Competencies in Geriatrics for Medical Students

  • Donald R. Noll, DO, FACOI, Professor of Medicine, UMDNJ-SOM
  • Millicent Channell, DO, Associate Professor, Acting Chair, Department of OMM, UMDNJ-SOM

Creating Successful and Innovative Geriatrics Clerkship Programs: Geriatrics Success Stories at UNTHSC/TCOM and UMDNJ-SOM

  • Pamela Basehore, EdD, MPN, Associate Director for Medical Education, UMDNJ-SOM
  • Janice A. Knebl, DO, MBA, Chief, Geriatrics Division, UNTHSC/TCOM
  • David Farmer, PhD, Assistant Professor, Program Director, Reynolds GET-IT Program, UNTHSC/TCOM

AACOM Leadership Lunch
Featuring a special presentation by Marc Nivet, EdD, Chief Diversity Officer, Association of American Medical Colleges

AACOM Advocacy and Legislative Update 2012

  • Pamela Murphy, MSW, Director of Government Relations, AACOM
Simple Skills Health Care Providers Can Use to Help Obese Patients Find Success
  • Wayne Miller, PhD, Director, Center for Rural and Community Health, WVSOM

BRIEF PRESENTATIONS - Focus: Supporting Partners

The 2015 MCAT

  • Erin A. Quinn, PhD, MEd, MPA, Administrative Director of Medical Education, Community Memorial Health System

COM Faculty Credentialing

  • Scott A Steingard, DO, Board Member, Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB)
  • Sandra Waters, MEM, Chief Innovation Officer, Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB)

Moving to the Head of the CLAS: Using the National CLAS Standards to Promote Cultural and Linguistic Competency Skills in Medical Students

  • Guadalupe Pacheco, MSW, Senior Health Advisor to the Director, Office of Minority Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Community Projects as Contextual Learning: Team-Based Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine Training for MS-2 Students

  • Frederic N. Schwartz, DO, Associate Dean of Community Campuses, ATSU-SOMA
  • Mara Hover, DO, Director, Clinical Affairs Unit, ATSU/SOMA

Building a Healthy Environment for Medical Students with Disabilities

  • Kristina Clark, Assistant Director, Disability Accommodations, UNTHSC/TCOM
  • Katy Kemp, MEd, Director, Center for Academic Performance, UNTHSC/TCOM

North American Medical School's Experience with and Approaches to the Needs of Students with Physical and Sensory Disabilities

  • Raymond H. Curry, MD, Vice Dean for Education, Feinberg School of Medicine, President, McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University

BRIEF PRESENTATIONS - Focus: IT

Use of EMR to Emphasize Preventive Services in the Undergraduate Osteopathic Medical Education Curriculum

  • Margaret A. Wilson, DO, Professor and Chair for Family Medicine, Preventive Medicine and Community Health ATSU-KCOM
  • Patricia Sexton, DHEd, Associate Professor of Family Medicine, Community and Preventive Health, ATSU-KCOM

Leveraging Social Media

  • Frank Ritchel Ames, PhD, Chair, Department of Medical Informatics, RVUCOM
  • Elaine G. Powers, MSLS, Director of Library Services, VCOM
  • Brian Schwartz, MLIS, Associate Professor of Medical Informatics, RVUCOM

The iPad Revolution

  • Logan Murphy, BS, Osteopathic Medical Student II, UP-KYCOM
  • Cathryn J. Rehmeyer, PhD, Associate Professor of Pathology, UP-KYCOM

Friday, March 30

PLENARY SESSION

Interprofessional Collaboration and Obesity: What Medical Students Need to Know
  • Miriam Alexander, MD, MPH, Director, General Preventive Medicine Residency; Director, Mid-Atlantic Public Health Training Center, Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health; President, American College of Preventive Medicine

Panelists/Respondents:

  • Janet Head, EdD, RN, MS, KCOM-AHEC Project Director, ATSU-KCOM
  • Susan Mackintosh, DO, MPH, Director, Interprofessional Education Program, Western University of Health Sciences

BRIEF PRESENTATIONS - Focus: Mentoring

SAM: A Study and Mentoring Program – A Step Toward Lifelong Self-Assessment
  • Rita K. Getz, PhD, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, CCOM/MWU
  • Glenn Nordehn, DO, Chair, Internal Medicine, CCOM/MWU
Peer Teaching in Osteopathic Medical Education
  • John Graneto, DO, MEd, Clinical Associate Professor, CCOM/MWU

Student Orientation as a Mechanism to Transition Students into Medical Education

  • Matt Vassar, PhD, Curriculum and Outcomes Assessment Coordinator, OSU-COM
  • Machelle Linsenmeyer, EdD, Director, Office of Educational Development, OSU-COM

BRIEF PRESENTATIONS - Focus: Obesity/AHEC

Changing Student Attitudes Toward Obesity with an Osteopathic Educational Model

  • Alejandro Gugliucci, MD, PhD, Associate Dean and Professor, TUCOM-CA

CARDIAC Boot Camp: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Childhood Obesity

  • Jill Cochran, PhD, RN-C, FNP, Assistant Professor, Clinical Science Department, WVSOM

AHEC Partners for Preparing Prevention-Savvy Practitioners

  • Janet A. Head, EdD, RN, AHEC Program Director, ATSU/KCOM
  • Elyse A. Perweiler, RN, MA, MPP, Associate Professor and Director, NJ Area Health Education Center, UMDNJ-SOM

BRIEF PRESENTATIONS - Focus: Curriculum

An Accelerated DO/Family Medicine Residency Continuum: Planning and Development
  • Abraham M. Jeger, PhD, Associate Dean, Clinical Education, NYCOM/NYIT
  • Leonard B. Goldstein, DDS, PhD, Director, Clerkship Education, NYCOM/NYIT

The Rural Health Option: Increasing Interest in Rural Primary Care Using an Innovative Elective Curriculum

  • Denna L. Wheeler, PhD, Coordinator of Research and Evaluation, OSU-COM
  • Vicky Pace, MEd, Director, Rural Medical Education, OSU-COM

Showing Osteopathic Students Where the Rubber Meets the Road: A Practice-Based Elective Course in Clinical Trial Conduct

  • Patrick G. Clay, PharmD, Director of Clinical Research and Associate Professor of Pharmacology, KCUMB-COM
Your First Patient: An Interprofessional Wellbeing Initiative
  • Patricia S. Sexton, DHEd, Associate Professor of Family Medicine, Community and Preventive Health, ATSU-KCOM
  • Timothy D. Hodges, PhD, Research Director, Gallup Campus Wellbeing Consortium
Enhancing the Transition from Pre-Clinical to Clinical/Clerkship Education
  • Abraham M. Jeger, PhD, Associate Dean, Clinical Education, NYCOM/NYIT
  • Leonard B. Goldstein, DDS, PhD, Director, Clerkship Education, NYCOM/NYIT

BRIEF PRESENTATIONS - Focus: Teaching Health

Training Health Professions Students to Teach Healthy Behaviors
  • Emily Young, MA, OMS-III, NSU-COM
  • Janet Hamstra, EdD, MS, Medical Education Specialist/Assistant Professor, NSU-COM
Cancer Prevention in Primary Care: Teaching Resident Physicians to Utilize Prevention-Focused Motivational Interviewing
  • Scott Nyman, PhD, Associate Director, Behavioral Science, MSUCOM, Genesys Regional Medical Center
  • Marissa Rogers, DO, Faculty, Family Medicine Residency, MSUCOM, Genesys Regional Medical Center

Advancing Primary Care Training in Health Care for the Homeless

  • Kristi Messer, MPH, MSW, Assistant Professor / Executive Director, Project HOPE, NSU-COM
  • Elliot Sklar, PhD, MSc, Assistant Professor / Project Manager, Project HOPE, NSU-COM

NBOME Luncheon for All Attendees

Community Involved Primary Care - A Unique Opportunity for Teaching the USPSTF Guidelines

  • Elyse A. Perweiler, RN, MA, MPP, Associate Professor and Director, NJ Area Health Education Center, UMDNJ-SOM
  • John F. Bertagnolli, DO, Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, UMDNJ-SOM
How Did All the Holes Get into the Swiss Cheese? Teaching Safety in Our Schools Through IPE Methodology
  • Alissa P. Craft, DO, MBA, 2011 Scholar-in-Residence, AACOM

DUAL PRESENTATIONS - Focus: Simulation

Reality Simulation: Utility in Medical Education (20 min)

  • Gerald D. Friedman, DO, Assistant Professor, Simulation Coordinator, UNTHSC/TCOM

Begin with the End in Mind: Using Human- and Manikin-Based Simulations to Prepare Medical Students and Residents to Practice in a Patient-Safe Environment (40 min)

  • Tony Errichetti, PhD, Chief of Virtual Medicine, NYCOM
  • Bernadette Riley, DO, Coordinator of Simulation Medicine; Attending Physician, Long Beach (NY) Medical Center

Metabolic Effect of Fructose Consumption and Public Health Consequences

  • Jean-Marc Schwarz, PhD, Associate Professor of Basic Sciences, TUCOM-CA

Opportunities and Challenges in Case Development for Osteopathic Clinical Skills Evaluations

  • Jeanne M. Sandella, DO, Associate Director for Case Development and Training, National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners
  • Erik Langenau, DO, Vice-President for Clinical Skills Testing, National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners
  • Tony Errichetti, PhD, Chief of Virtual Medicine, NYCOM/NYIT
Preparing for Board Exams
  • Chelsea A. Nickolson, OMSII, LMU-DCOM; COSGP Medical Education Representative
  • Donald J. Sefcik, DO, MBA, Senior Associate Dean, MSUCOM
  • Lisa Travis, MS, EdS, Medical Librarian, LMU-DCOM

BRIEF PRESENTATIONS - Focus: Healthy Students

Innovative Orientation Programming that Builds Healthy, Engaged Medical Students
  • Andrew Axsom, MBA, Director, Student Development, UNTHSC/TCOM
  • Trisha Van Duser, EdD, Executive Director, Student Services, UNTHSC/TCOM

Finding Health: Do Healthy Students Encourage Healthy Patients?

  • Cathryn J. Rehmeyer, PhD, Associate Professor of Pathology, UP-KYCOM

The Medical Student as “First Patient”: An Innovative Learning Module to Promote Healthy Habits in Medical Students

  • Kathryn H. Thompson, PhD, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Biochemistry and Nutrition, UNECOM
  • Barbara Winterson, PhD, Professor, Department of Physiology, UNECOM
  • Peter B. Dane, DO, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, UNECOM
What Does Quality Mean to Osteopathic Medical Education?
  • Arnold H. Hassen, PhD, Professor and Director for Medical Informatics, WVSOM
  • James W. Nemitz, PhD, VP for Administration and External Relations, WVSOM

Saturday, March 31

NAOME 101