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Preliminary Preference for 2018 Concurrent Workshops/Panel Discussions

From the choices below, please pick:

a) one or more of the Toolkit Sessions below (on Thursday), if you plan to attend and
b) ONE workshop per each workshop breakout session that you plan to attend (Fri and Sat)

Please note that your stated preferences do not compel attendance, but rather helps presenters anticipate number of attendees at their session). The unabridged descriptions of workshop abstracts are pending.


Toolkit for Early Educators (Check all that apply):  Thursday, June 14, 2018

  • Workshop Session One: 11:00 AM-12:15 PM on Friday, June 15, 2018

    Clinically Sound and Empathically Delivered: Confronting Obstacles to Mental Healthcare Faced by LGBTQI Individuals Across the Lifespan (Wagner et al)
    The Effect of Administering a Boundary Course to Third Year Medical Students During their Psychiatry Clerkship (Sedky et al)
    Teaching Teachers the Interview Arc: A Concise and Elegant Model for Engaging Learners in the Patient Interview (Nelson et al)
    Tweeting Your Way to the Top: Navigating Social Media Principles & Pitfalls in Medical Education (Liu et al)
    Residents as Teachers Discussion Group Residents as Teachers: Everyone's Doing It... But How? (Cho et al) & Resident as Teacher: To Teach Them to Teach Them This Art (Stein et al)

  • Workshop Session Two: 2:00-3:15 PM on Friday, June 15, 2018

    Patients and Gun Safety: What Medical Students (and Psychiatrists) Need to Know (Goldenberg et al)
    Work-Life Integration: What Is It and How Do We Achieve It? (Pershern et al)
    From Provider to Pen to Paper: Dividends of Parallel Charting During the Psychiatry Clerkship (Mehta et al)
    Developing Useful Approaches to Mid-Rotation Feedback in the Psychiatry Clerkship (Belmonte et al)
  • Workshop Session Three: 9:45-11:00 AM on Saturday, June 16, 2018

    Flipping the Way You Learn: How to Effectively Adapt Traditional Lectures into Active Learning (Harper et al)
    Coaching: A Tool to Enhance Clerkship and Career Development (Liu et al)
    Please Do NOT Put Your Phones Away: How to Integrate Technology into the Classroom (Escamilla et al)
  • Workshop Session Four 11:15 AM-12:30 PM on Saturday, June 16, 2018

    Making the First Minutes Matter: Transforming Teaching to Promote Active Thinking and Learning (Love et al)
    Confident Communication in Medical Education: Is Your Communication Style Effective? (Fore-Arcand et al)
    Read My Lips: The Impact of Miscommunication in a Team Environment (Langenderfer et al)
    Recruitment Discussion Group Where Narrative Medicine Ends and Residency Personal Statements Begin: Guiding Students in Crafting Personal Statements (Gluzman et al) & Evidence-Based Recruitment and Advising in the Era of Mass Match Hysteria (Spollen et al)

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