- 2020 Education Showcase Plenary Presentations Session 1:
1) Lee Seligman, BA, Abdikarin Abdullahi, BS, Arianne Teherani, PhD, and Karen Hauer, MD, PhD. From grading to assessment for learning: a qualitative study of student perceptions surrounding elimination of core clerkship grades. 2) Jordan McDonald, MD Candidate, Cindy Lai, MD, Matthew Lin, MD, Patricia O'Sullivan, EdD, and Karen Hauer, MD, PhD. "There is a lot of change afoot": A qualitative study of faculty perceptions of the elimination of tiered grades with increased emphasis on feedback in core clerkships. 3) Martha Elster, MD, Patricia O'Sullivan, EdD, Virginie Muller-Juge, MSc, Leslie Sheu, MD, Sunita Kaiser, MD, MSc, and Karen Hauer, MD, PhD. Does being a coach benefit clinician-educators? A mixed methods study of faculty self-efficacy, job satisfaction and burnout.
- CLIC Telehealth Conference Webinar, Engaging LIC Students in Virtual Clinical Care: COVID 19 and Beyond
- Sam Brondfield, MD, Master's Project presentation: Cognitive Load in Inpatient Consult Residents and Fellows: An Explanatory Sequential Mixed Methods Study.
Katherine Gruenberg, PharmD, Master's Project presentation: A Characterization of Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Readiness by Faculty, Preceptors, and Students.
Jillian Mongelluzzo, MD, Master's Project presentation: Standardized Letters of Evaluation: Evaluating the Assessment of Performance Based on Gender and Race/Ethnicity of Residency Applicants in Emergency Medicine
- Anna Cianciolo, PhD, Producing Meaningful Evidence of Educational Impact: An Analytical Framework and Case Study
- Arianne Teherani, PhD, How Far Have We Advanced the Evidence on Equity in Medical Education? What We Know and Where We Need to Go
- Lekshmi Santhosh, MD, MA, Master's Project: Distributed Cognition in the “Open” Intensive Care Unit: Barriers & Affordances of This Clinical Learning Environment
- Cees van der Vleuten, PhD, Moderator, UCSF Presidential Chair Programmatic Assessment Symposium: Implementing Programmatic Assessment at UCSF - What Have We Been Learning?
- Justin Sewell, MD, PhD, Meeting the Challenges of Procedural Skills Training with Cognitive Load Theory
- Ryan Brydges, PhD, Inside the Black Box – Refining How We Address Educational & Clinical Issues
- Ryan Brydges, PhD, Defensible Simulation-Based Assessment
- Gonul Dilaver, MSc, PhD, A Dutch Perspective on Diversity and Inclusion
- Cees van der Vleuten, PhD, 2018-2019 UC Presidential Chair, on Work-Based Assessment and Programmatic Assessment
- Anda Kuo, MD, 4th Annual UCSF Fresno Education Symposium Keynote Address: Educating Future Physicians to Address the Root Causes of Poor Health
- Cees van der Vleuten, PhD, 2018-2019 UC Presidential Chair, on Programmatic Assessment for Preparing Better Health Professionals
- Toni Gallo, Senior Staff Editor, Academic Medicine Fred Hafferty, PhD, The Mayo Clinic. Mapping the Scholarly Landscape in Health Professions Education
Mindy Ju, MD, Master's Thesis: Health Professionals' Perception of Leadership Based on Gender and Professional Background AND
Emily Abdoler, MD, Master's Thesis,Therapeutic Reasoning Underlying Antibiotic Choice
- Bowen, Floren, Sewell, Steinauer: Glimpses of UCSF Education Research
- Henk Schmidt: For Better or for Worse: Context Influences Diagnostic Decision Making
- Neil Osheroff: Integrating Foundational and Clinical Sciences in the Medical Curriculum
- Irby, O'Sullivan, Teherani, Boscardin, O'Brien: Tips and Tricks from Experienced Editors for Getting your Education Scholarship Published
- Catherine Lucey: Addressing Health Disparities: Can Equity Pedagogy Help?
- Marbin, Nguyen, Thomas: Design Thinking for Equity and Well-Being in Medical Education
- Bridget O'Brien: Learning about Role and Patient Centeredness in an Interprofessional Group
- Per Palmgren: Tango, Educational Environments and Student Evaluations: A Perspective from Sweden
- Dor Abrahamson: Applying Design Research Concepts from Mathematics Education to Teaching Procedural Skills in Medical Education
- Lorelei Lingard: Are we training for collective incompetence? Three common educational assumptions & their unintended impact on healthcare teamwork
- Rebecca Shunk: High Yield Interprofessional Learning in the Workplace: For whom, how and why it matters
- Timothy Harlan: Culinary Medicine in Medical Education
- Alan Jaap: Advancing the OSCE - The Edinburgh Experience
- Daphne Lo: Psychological Safety on an Interprofessional VA Ward Team (iPACT)
- Brian Gin: Supervisor trust shapes interns’ intrinsic motivation to support clinical learning
- Ian Scott: Curriculum Renewal at UBC: The good, the bad, and the ugly–lessons learned
- Olle ten Cate: Implementing Entrustable Professional Activities in Health Professions Education
- Olle ten Cate:
- Mark Quirk: Shifting the Medical Education Paradigm from Knowledge to Critical Thinking
- Dylan Alegria: Personal Learning with Technology
- Catherine Lucey: Strategic Confrontations: Managing Professionalism Lapses to Eliminate the Hidden Curriculum
- Joan Sargeant: Informed Self-Assessment: Implications for Medical Education
- Linda Headrick: How Can We Integrate Health Care Improvement into the Core of Physician Development?
- Olle ten Cate: Toward Assessing Graduates' Readiness for Clinical Practice: The UHTRUST Investigation