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Tuesday, April 23

PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS

Conducting and Mentoring Medical Educational and Clinical Research: A Painless Introduction (part of the TOPCE Program)

  • Grace Brannan, PhD, CORE Research Executive Director, OU-HCOM
  • Stephen S. Davis, PhD, Director of Faculty Development and Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, OU-HCOM
  • Jane Z. Dumsha, PhD, CHES, Director of Research and Sponsored Programs, PCOM
  • David P. Yens, PhD, Research Director, NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine Educational Consortium (NYCOMEC)

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Preparing for and Dealing with Disaster on Campus: Lessons from Experience

  • Linda Darroch-Short, Director of Student Life, NYIT-COM
  • William P. King, Associate Vice President for Student Services, VCOM
  • Krista A. Llewellyn, BS, Advancement Services Manager, A.T. Still University

Wednesday, April 24

OPENING PLENARY SESSION

Emerging Health Care Futures: Implications for Osteopathic Medical Education Reform

  • Clement Bezold, PhD, Chairman and Senior Futurist, Institute for Alternative Futures

Dual Presentations
Focus: Campus and Community Considerations for the Veteran

Partnering with Area Health Education Centers to Address the Needs of Veterans and Service Members

 

  • Brenda M. Wilson, BS, Educational Coordinator/Instructor, Faculty Development Center, UNTHSC/TCOM
  • Cindy R. Passmore, MA, Executive Director, Faculty Development Center, UNTHSC/TCOM

Promoting Veteran Students’ Success on Campus



  • Emily Mire, MPH, Coordinator, Student Services, UNTHSC/TCOM

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Making Medical School Feel Small Again: Using Advisory Colleges as a Mentoring Model for Osteopathic Medical Education

  • Russell Gamber, DO, MPH, Faculty Director, Everett College; Chair, Admissions Committee, UNTHSC/TCOM
  • Mike Kennedy, EdD, Director of Admissions, UNTHSC/TCOM
  • Janice A. Knebl, DO, MBA, Co-Director, Luibel College; Chief of Geriatrics, UNTHSC/TCOM

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Pair and Share: Employing Discipline-Specific Screening Exams to Find Common Ground in an Interprofessional Experiential Program

  • Deborah M. Heath, DO, Associate Professor, ATSU-SOMA
  • Malinda Hansen, MS, OMSII, ATSU-SOMA

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Institutional Perspectives

Course Faculty Assessment

Bonnie Granat, MSEd, PhD, Director, Office of Program Evaluation and Assessment, NYIT-COM

  • Ronald P. Portanova, PhD, Associate Dean, Academic Affairs, NYIT-COM

The For-Profit Experiment: An Innovative Approach to Medical Education

  • Bruce D. Dubin, DO, JD, Dean, RVUCOM
  • Thomas J. Mohr, DO, Vice Dean, RVUCOM

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Leveraging Medical Education Data and Learner-Investigator Preparation

Using AACOM’s Data – 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

Strategies for Preparing Future Osteopathic Physicians for Conducting Research, Publishing Original Research and Becoming Successful Evidence-Based Medicine Practicing Physicians

  • James E. Mahaney, PhD, Associate Dean of Biomedical Division and Research and Medical Education, VCOM
  • Suporn Sukpraprut, PhD, MA, MSc, Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine, VCOM

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Common Challenges in Osteopathic and Allopathic Curricula and Accreditation

Accreditation of Medical Education Programs Leading to the Medical Degree: A Review of the Decisions of the Liaison Committee on Medical Education from 2004 to 2012
  • Daniel Hunt, MD, MBA, Senior Director for Accreditation Services, Association of American Medical Colleges

Observations on Accreditation of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine During a Period of Continued Growth

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

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Using the Book Crucial Conversations and the Skills of Receiving Feedback and Doing “Feedforward” in Medical Education

 

  • Diane Morton, Leadership and Culture Coach, Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences

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Understanding Military Culture to Provide Better Medical Care



  • Murray R. Berkowitz, DO, MPH, Associate Professor, GA-PCOM

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Interprofessional Teamwork and Collaboration: Development of Team-Based Care

  • Patricia M. Chute, EdD, Dean, School of Health Professions, NYIT
  • Leonard B. Goldstein, DDS, PhD, Director, Clerkship Education, NYIT-COM
  • Brian H. Hallas, PhD, Chair, Neuroscience, NYIT-COM

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EVOLVE Clinic: Use of a Virtual Patient Panel as a Longitudinal Teaching Strategy

  • Jane B. Gudakunst, MD, Assistant Professor, MSUCOM
  • Suzanne G. Wilson, MSN, RN, Academic Specialist, MSUCOM

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Leveraging Data for Student Success

Building a Digital Foundation: Academic Support for Medical Students in the Digital Age

  • Katy L. Kemp, MEd, Director, Center for Academic Performance, UNTHSC/TCOM

Use of Early Indicators to Predict Success on COMLEX

  • Linda R. Adkison, PhD, Associate Dean for Curricular Affairs, KCUMB-COM
  • Kerin Fresa-Dillion, PhD, Professor, PCOM
  • Rita K. Getz, PhD, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, CCOM

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Competencies Issues

A Mixed Methods Approach to Competency Tracking

  • Machelle Linsenmeyer, EdD, Director, OSU-COM
  • Matt Vassar, PhD, Curriculum and Outcomes Assessment Coordinator, OSU-COM
  • Johnathan G. Franklin, MS, Interim Assistant to the Vice President for Academic Affairs, OSU-COM

Developing Preclinical Faculty Expertise in the Instruction of the Core Competencies: A Faculty Learning Community Model Approach

  • Jonathan Kalmey, PhD, Assistant Dean of Preclinical Education, LECOM
  • Mark Terrell, EdD, Assistant Dean of Faculty Development, LECOM

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Stand in My Shoes: Engaging Your Program with the Gold Humanism Honor Society

  • Barbara Packer, Chief Operating Officer, Arnold P. Gold Foundation

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Academic and Clinical Approaches to Veteran Trauma

Trauma at War, Effects Back Home



 

  • Patricio G. Bruno, DO, Director of Medical Education/Program Director/Lt. Col., UNECOM, Eastern CT Health Network/U.S. Air Force Reserve
  • Joseph E. Podolski, DO, Associate DME/Program Director, UNECOM, Eastern CT Health Network

 Traumatic Brain Injury: A Systematic Review of Treatments 

 



  • M. Reid Bowes, BS, OMS, AZCOM
  • Lori A. Kemper, DO, Dean, AZCOM

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Building Clinical Skills

Implementation of a Computer- and Video-Based Training Module to Teach Medical Students, Residents and Advanced Practitioners the Neurological and Osteopathic Structural Exam

  • Carl Hoegerl, DO, MSc, Neurology Education Director, Geisinger Medical Center

Simultaneous Auscultation Using Electronic Stethoscopes and Mobile Applications for Community-Based Medical Student Education

  • Joy H. Lewis, DO, PhD, Assistant Professor, Family and Community Medicine, ATSU-SOMA

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Educational Considerations Within the Humanistic Domain

Medical Education for Special Populations: A Way to Integrate a Focus on Special Populations

  • Kristi D. Messer, MPH, MSW, Executive Project Director: HOPE; Assistant Professor, NSU-COM
  • Elliot M. Sklar, PhD, Project Director: HOPE; Assistant Professor, NSU-COM

A Teaching Model: Screening for Intimate Partner Violence

  •  Lucia B. Weiss, MS, Associate Professor, UMDNJ-SOM

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Art Observation Skills Development Leading to Enhanced Patient Care 

  • Dianna L. Silvagni, JD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medical Education, NSU-COM

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Educational Exemplars Applying Instructional Technology

The Games People Play: Live Demonstrations of Deliberate Practice and Contextual Learning

  • Frederic N. Schwartz, DO, FACOFP, Associate Dean for Community Campuses, Professor and Chair, Family and Community Medicine, ATSU-SOMA

A Medical Student-Driven iPad Initiative

  •  Daniel B. Hilton, BS, Anatomy Fellow & OMS III, ATSU/KCOM

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Novel Approaches in Medical Educator Development

The Academic Physician: Teacher/Leader/Manager/Researcher

  • Grace Brannan, PhD, Executive Director, CORE Research Office, OU-HCOM, CORE
  • Olivia T. Ojano Sheehan, PhD, Assistant Director, Faculty Development, OU-HCOM, CORE

Can a New Approach to NBOME COMLEX Level 1 Performance Reports Better Support the Development of Osteopathic Competencies?

  • Michael G. Oglesby, PhD, Year Two Administrative Director, UNTHSC/TCOM
  • Frank J. Papa, DO, PhD, Associate Dean, Curricular Design and Faculty Development, UNTHSC/TCOM

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The Resident is an Adult Learner, Not an Employee: Why the Distinction is Important (part 1) (part 2)

  • Franklin Medio, PhD, President, Consulting Services for the Health Professions

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Brief Presentations
Focus: Reaching Out to Students

Web Chats: Engaging Applicants to Foster Community and Enhance Pre-Health Recruitment

  • Emil Chuck, PhD, Director of Admissions, Case School of Dental Medicine

Assessing Pre-Clinical Medical Students' Attitudes Toward Interprofessional Practice

  • Kathryn Dolan, PhD, Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, UNTHSC/TCOM

Social Media as a Support for Reflective Practice Among First-Year Medical Students

  • Mary T. Johnson, PhD, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, DMU-COM

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Setting the Scene: Providing Learners Effective Feedback for Fair Evaluation

  • Cindy R. Passmore, MA, Executive Director, Faculty Development Center, UNTHSC/TCOM
  • Brenda M. Wilson, BS, Educational Coordinator/Instructor, Faculty Development Center, UNTHSC/TCOM

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An Applied, Competencies-Oriented, Learning Sciences-Driven, Osteopathic Curriculum for the 21st Century

  • Richard Baldwin, DO, Associate Professor, UNTHSC/TCOM
  • William McIntosh, DO, Associate Professor, UNTHSC/TCOM
  • Frank J. Papa, DO, PhD, Associate Dean, Curricular Design and Faculty Development, UNTHSC/TCOM

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Thinking Anew on Barriers in Academic Innovation and Cultural Competency

Streamlining the Pathway to Residency

  • Russell G. Robertson, MD, Dean, Chicago Medical School, Rosalind Franklin University

The National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services in Health and Health Care

  • J. Nadine Gracia, MD, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Minority Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  • C. Godfrey Jacobs, BA, Program Manager, SRA International, Inc. - Think Cultural Health

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Teaching Medical Students and Residents the Fundamentals of Survey Research

  • Grace Brannan, PhD, Director of Research, OU-HCOM, CORE
  • William J. Cairney, PhD, Executive Director, OPTI-West Educational Consortium
  • Joel L. Dickerman, DO, Associate Research Director, Center for the Advancement of Healthcare Education and Delivery

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Observations in Instructional Design

The Partnership for the Advancement of Clinical Training ("PACT"): Development and Implementation
  • Leonard B. Goldstein, DDS, PhD, Director, Clerkship Education, NYIT-COM
  • Abraham M. Jeger, PhD, Associate Dean, Clinical Education, NYIT-COM
  • Chellappa Kumar, PhD, Professor and Chief Information Officer, NYIT-COM
  • David C. Levine, MD, Assistant Dean, Clinical Education, NYIT-COM

Small Groups in Large Classes: Teaching to a Participatory Culture

  • Frank R. Ames, PhD, Professor of Medical Informatics, RVUCOM
  • Nicole M. Michels, PhD, Assistant Professor of Physiology, RVUCOM
  • Brian D. Schwartz, MLIS, Assistant Professor of Medical Informatics, RVUCOM

Thursday, April 25

 Preparing Non-DOs to Teach and Evaluate DO Students and Residents

  • William H. Devine, DO, Clinical Professor, Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Department, DME, Program Director of NMM OMM Plus One Residency, Director, Postgraduate Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, AZCOM/MWU
  • Michael P. Rowane, DO, MS, FAAFPO, FAAO, Director of Medical Education, University Hospitals Regional Hospital, Director of Osteopathic Medical Education, University Hospitals Case medical Center, Chairperson of Family Medicine, University Hospitals Regional Hospital, UH-Richmond Medical Center Campus

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SPECIAL DUAL PLENARY SESSION

Innovation and the Future of Health Care

  • George E. Thibault, MD, President, The Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation

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Outcomes of the Blue Ribbon Commission on the Advancement of Osteopathic Medical Education (BRC)

  • Boyd R. Buser, DO, Vice President for Health Affairs and Dean, UP-KYCOM; Co-Chair, BRC
  • Robert A. Cain, DO, FACOI, Director of Medical Education, Grandview Medical Center; 2013 AODME Program Chair; member, BRC
  • Marc B. Hahn, DO, Executive Vice President, Academic and Medical Affairs; Provost; and Dean, KCUMB-COM; Co-Chair, BRC

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AACOM Advocacy and Legislative Update 2013

  • Pamela Murphy, MSW, Director of Government Relations, AACOM

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AACOM's Core Competencies for Students Defined - Now What?

  • Elaine K. Soper, PhD, Associate Dean of Assessment and Educational Development, WVSOM
  • Martha Echols, PhD, MEd, Assistant Dean of Medical Education, NSU-COM

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Academically Vulnerable Learners

Identifying and Supporting At-Risk Students: A Multi-Faceted Approach to Enhancing Student Success

  • Michael A. Dewsnap, MSEd, Director of Student Services, RVUCOM
  • Laura A. Mohr, PhD, Director of Counseling Services; Assistant Professor of Behavioral Medicine, RVUCOM
  • Judy J. Thornton , MA, Director of Educational Support, RVUCOM

Assessing the Current Learning Environment and Making Suggestions for Improvement to Assist At-Risk Students: A Mixed Method

  • Leticia Rojas, MS, OMS, TUNCOM-NV
  • Amina Sadik, PhD, MSMEL, Associate Professor and Project Director, TUNCOM

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Interprofessional Education

Faculty Development in Interprofessional Education and Lessons Learned: Where do We Go from Here?

  • Stacey Pinnock, MSW, Director of Interprofessional Education, NSU-COM
  • Cecilia Rokusek, EdD, MSc, RD, Assistant Dean for Education, Planning and Research, NSU-COM

Health Professions Students Learning About, with, and from One Another: Utilizing Student Health Care Teams to Address IPE Competencies

  • David W. Farmer, PhD, Director of Interprofessional Practice, UNTHSC/TCOM

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Administrative Effectiveness

Developing an Innovative Paperless Admissions System

  • John Armitage, Application Support Specialist, MU-COM
  • Paul Evans, DO, Vice President and Dean, MU-COM
  • Bryan Moody, Director of Enrollment Management, MU-COM

Using Innovative Free Internet Sites to Enhance Teaching Clinical Exam Skills

  • George J. Scott, DPM, DO, Assistant Professor, UMDNJ-SOM

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Why Are You Here?

  • Richard G. Schuster, DO, Associate Professor, Department of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, MU-COM

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AACOM Board of Deans and Council Leadership Luncheon
Featuring a special presentation by Doug Lederman, Editor, Inside Higher Ed

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Nuts and Bolts... To Secure Your GME Foundation 

  • Kristen Waarala, DO, FACOI, Vice President, Medical Education, Garden City Hospital

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Institutional Core Competency Plan Workshop

  • Polly Leonard, DO, MS, FNAOME, Clinical Associate Professor, UNECOM

Friday, April 26

Introduction and Update on the AOA Bureau of Hospitals

  • George A. Reuther, Director, Hospital Affairs, American Osteopathic Association

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PLENARY SESSION

The Future of GME Accreditation

  • Thomas J. Nasca, MD, Chief Executive Officer, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education

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HRSA is Listening: Update and Discussion on Activities to Advance Primary Care Medical Education

  • Shannon Bolon, MD, MPH, Branch Chief, Health Resources and Services Administration

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Learning Communities to Enhance Medical Education Across the Continuum

  • Jonathan R. Kirsch, DO, Associate Professor and Director of OPP, ATSU-SOMA
  • Diane R. Karius, PhD, Director of Human Patient Simulation and Associate Professor of Physiology, KCUMB-COM
  • Patricia S. Sexton, DHEd, Associate Dean of Curriculum, ATSU/KCOM

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Accommodations – Testing and More

  • Kathryn M. Bugbee, PhD, Director of Accommodated Testing, MCAT, AAMC
  • Kristina R. Clark, Assistant Director of Disability Accommodations, UNTHSC/TCOM
  • Sydney Steele, Partner, Kroger Gardis & Regas, LLP, and General Counsel to NBOME
  • Tina Woodruff, EdD, Chief Student Affairs Officer, PCOM

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Thought Before Action: The Theoretical Basis for Technology to Track Learner Outcomes

  • Scott C. Helf, DO, MSIT, CTO, Assistant Dean, Academic Informatics, Western U/COMP
  • Terence P. Ma, PhD, JD, Associate Dean of Accreditation, Assessment, and Administration, California Northstate University College of Medicine
  • Gerald R. Thrush, PhD, Assistant Dean, Pre-Clinical Education, Western U/COMP

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Achievement-Based Education

Achievement-Based Education Efforts in the AOA

  • Robert A. Cain, DO, FACOI, Director of Medical Education, Grandview Medical Center, 2013 AODME Program Chair

Update on AOA Program Review Process

  • Stephan N. Trent, DO, Director, Division of training Program Review Services, American Osteopathic Association

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Curricular Approaches in Geriatrics Education

Learning by Living: Life Altering Medical Education Research

  • Marilyn R. Gugliucci, PhD, Director Geriatrics Education and Research, UNECOM
  • Matthew E. Sharbaugh, BA, OMSIV, UNECOM

Meeting Geriatric Competency Domains: The Story Student Data Are Revealing About Geriatric Integration at Two COMs

  • Pamela Basehore, EdD, MPH, Associate Director of Education and Assistant Professor, UMDNJ-SOM
  • Janice A. Knebl, DO, MBA, Chief of Geriatrics, UNTHSC/TCOM
  • Kevin Overbeck, DO, Assistant Professor, UMDNJ-SOM

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Technology & Advising

Preparing for Licensure Examinations

  • Elaine G. Powers, MSLS, Director of Library Services, VCOM
  • Stephanie Stephens, MS, COSGP Medical Education Representative, NSU-COM
  • Donald J. Sefcik, DO, MBA, Senior Associate Dean, MSUCOM

Technology and Advising: A Career Services Model for Streamlining the ERAS and MSPE Processes

  • James Renfro, MEd, Assistant Director, Career Services, UNTHSC/TCOM
  • Andrew Axsom, MBA, Director of Student Development, UNTHSC/TCOM
  • Lauren Griffin, MS, Career Services Coordinator, UNTHSC/TCOM

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Brief Presentations
Focus: Residency Selection

Factors Related to Medical Student Selection of Primary Care or Needed Specialty Residencies

  • Joy H. Lewis, DO, PhD, Assistant Professor, Family and Community Medicine, ATSU-SOMA
  • Lise McCoy, MTELS Curriculum Specialist, ATSU-SOMA

THC GME Consortium to Increase Primary Care Provider Base

  • Frederic N. Schwartz, DO, FACOFP, Associate Dean for Community Campuses, Professor and Chair, Family and Community Medicine, ATSU-SOMA

Panel Discussion: The Relationship between Student Participation in International Electives and the Decision to Enter Primary Care Residencies

  • Amber Hull, OMS, AZCOM
  • James Howell, MD, MPH, Assistant Dean for Professional Relations; Chair, Department of Rural Medicine; Professor of Public Health, NSU-COM
  • Dean Sutphin, PhD, Associate Vice President for International and Appalachian Outreach and Professor, VCOM

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Seeing Around Corners - Upcoming Considerations in Medical Education

Preparing Future Primary Care Physicians for the Coming Revolution in Medical Genomics
  • Leonard A. Levy, DPM, MPH, Associate Dean for Education, Planning and Research; Professor of Family Medicine/Public Health/Biomedical Informatics, NSU-COM

A Medical Educator's Perspective: Are Our New UME & GME Innovations Based on Hindsight or Foresight?

  • Barry A. Doublestein, DSL, Chairman, The Institute for Leadership in Medicine
  • Richard M. Pfohl, DSL, President and CEO, Navigos

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Update on the AOA-ACGME Accreditation Process: A Panel Discussion

  • Boyd R. Buser, DO, FACOFP, Vice President for Health Affairs and Dean, UP-KYCOM
  • Robert A. Cain, DO, FACOI, Director of Medical Education, Grandview Medical Center, 2013 AODME Program Chair
  • Stephan N. Trent, DO, Director, Division of Training Program Review Services, AOA

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Qualitative Research: A Process for Understanding Phenomena and a Path to Scholarship

  • India Broyles, EdD, Professor and Director, Master of Science in Medical Education Leadership, UNECOM
  • Amina Sadik, PhD, MSMEL, Associate Professor and Project Director, TUNCOM

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Electronic Health Records and the Curriculum

EHR Integration into Medical Education in Years One – Four

  • Andrea M. Nazar, DO, Professor of Clinical Science, WVSOM
  • Jenny Patton, Electronic Health Record Coordinator, WVSOM

Health Information Technology in Osteopathic Medical Education: What, When, Where, and How?

  • Thomas G. Zimmerman, DO, CPHIMS, Director of Osteopathic Medical Education, NYIT-COM South Nassau Communities Hospital

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The CCPD: A Highly Effective Curriculum Committee Model

  • Thomas J. Mohr, DO, Vice Dean, RVUCOM

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Delivering High-Value, Cost-Conscious Care
  • Cynthia Smith, MD, Senior Medical Associate for Content Development, American College of Physicians

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If There is No "I" in Team, Where Do I Fit In?: Changing Team Dynamics in the Patient-Centered Medical Home

  • Brenda M. Wilson, BS, Educational Coordinator/Instructor, Faculty Development Center, UNTHSC/TCOM
  • Cindy R. Passmore, MA, Executive Director, Faculty Development Center, UNTHSC/TCOM

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Community Health Workers Can Bridge the Gap in Services Between DOs and Communities

  • Wayne C. Miller, PhD, Programs Director, WVSOM Center for Rural and Community Health, WVSOM

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Empathy and Osteopathic Medical Education
  • Mohammadreza Hojat, PhD, Research Professor, Psychiatry and Human Behavior, Jefferson Medical College
  • David Massello, BA, President, Business Performance Institute -- FORCE

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Dual Presentations
Focus: Faculty Considerations in Interprofessional Education

Teaching Osteopathic Medicine and Health Professions Faculty about Interprofessional Scopes of Practice and Collaborative Care

  • John H. Tegzes, MA, VMD, Director of Interprofessional Education, Western U/COMP
  • Tim Wood, MS, PA-C, Director of CAPE, Western U/COMP

The Whats and Hows of Interprofessional Education and Collaboration

  • Donald J. Sefcik, DO, MBA, Senior Associate Dean, MSUCOM
  • Deborah L. Virant-Young, PharmD, BCPS, Assistant Professor, MSUCOM

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How GME Adds Value to Health Care Delivery Institutions
  • Roger W. Bush, MD, Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency, Billings Clinic


Saturday, April 27

Residency Management & CLER and Milestones

  • Stephen C. Reed, President, New Innovations, Inc.

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Foundations for the Future of Residence Software: A Pragmatic Review of E*Value

  • Matthew Jensen, Director of Business Development, E*Value Healthcare Education - Advanced Informatics
  • Mathew Kay, Business Operations Specialist, E*Value Healthcare Education - Advanced Informatics

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Funding GME

Alternative Methods for Funding GME
  • Thomas Mohr, DO, FACOI, Vice Dean, Rocky Vista University

Strategic Value of GME and Funding Considerations

  • Christoper Francazio, Principal, PKFHealth, Inc.
GME Funding Basics, Including Recent Changes in CMS Rules 
  • Margaret J. Hardy, JD, Director, Graduate Medical Education Policy & Development, American Osteopathic Association

 

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