Past Colloquium for GUMC Educators

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Photos from Fifth Annual Colloquium

Fifth Annual Colloquium for GUMC Educators in the Health Professions

Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center

This daylong conference aims to establish a forum for discussion and sharing of best practices in health professions education at GUMC. Our goal is for our community of educators to learn about each other’s work and ideas, and to equip educators with valuable skills to develop, implement, and maintain successful curricular programs at all levels of training.

This Colloquium will be of interest to all GUMC educators participating in medical and health professions education at the undergraduate, graduate and professional training. This includes faculty from the School of Medicine, School of Nursing & Health Studies, Biomedical Graduate Education, MedStar and the GU Main Campus. Highlights will include a plenary, workshops, papers, and posters, as well as networking opportunities to share curricular ideas and innovations.

Presentations from the 2018 Colloquium

Plenary Session: Trends in Health Professions Education, Alison Whelan, MD, AAMC

Workshop: Stategies for Enhancing Classroom Interaction

What’s All the Hype? A Scoping Review of Entrustable Professional Activites in Undergraduate Medical Education

A Novel Approach to Faculty Development: The Teaching Essentials Program for Clinical Faculty 

Project VOICE: Voices of Intergenerational Communitiy Experiences 

Evaluating and Comparing BSN and MS Students’ Knowledge, Perception and Attitudes on Poverty with Simulation

Creating A Whole New Doctor: Professional Coaching for Medical Students

Evaluation of a Structured Mindfulness Program on Resident Wellness. A Pilot Study

Simulation Team Training in Pediatrics Resuscitation for the Emergency Medical Clerkship

Workplace Dynamics: Career and Leadership Development

Creation of a Interdisciplinary Global Health Track

Presentations from the 2017 Colloquium

Using Simulation to Enhance Teaching in Effective Health Behavior Change

Med School Goes to War: Using an Online Game to Teach about Survival During Conflict

Initiative on Technology-Enhanced Learning (ITEL)

Curricular Mapping: A Tool for Innovation

Success in Medical School: Don’t We All Want the Same Thing?

Teaching Oral-Systemic Health (TOSH): Interprofessional Simulation and Case Study Experience

Outcomes of an Academic Community Partnership Simulation Education Program

Description of a Mind-Body Medicine Experiential Program for Anesthesiology Residents

Creating a Community of Practice (CoP) Around Stewardly Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

The Clinical Learning Environment in Medical Education

Designing Online Content to Facilitate Flipped Learning: A Hands on Workshop | Workshop Handout

The National Gallery of Art & The Making of the Modern Physician