PDW and RPS Shared Programming

Registration is Open

PDW and RPS Residency Education Symposium
Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center
Kansas City, MO

PDW: Fri, Mar 23 - Sun, Mar 25

RPS: Sat, Mar 24 - Tues, Mar 27

PDW & RPS: Fri, Mar 23 - Tues, Mar 27

2018 PDW/RPS Schedule At-A-Glance

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Begins: Saturday, March 24 |1:30 p.m. 
Ends: Sunday, March 25 | 3:30 p.m.

PDW and RPS Shared Programming is included in PDW and RPS registrations.

Saturday, March 24

  • 12:00 to 4:30 p.m. | Exhibit Hall

  • 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. | Panel Discussion: Achieving Well-being in Family Medicine Residency Teams
    Moderated by Clif Knight, MD, FAAFP

  • 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. | Government Relations Update: Washington DC Annual Checkup: Identifying Risk Factors, Prevention Needed, Wellness Activities
    Hope Wittenberg and Shawn Martin

Sunday, March 25

  • 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. | Exhibit Hall

  • 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. | Update from the ACGME Review Committee for Family Medicine
    Stacy Potts, MD, MEd; Eileen Anthony, MJ; Mary Lieh-Lai, MD; Baretta Casey, MD, MPH, FAAFP

  • 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. | An Update for Residency Programs from the American Board of Family Medicine
    James Puffer, MD; Martin Quan, MD; Thomas O'Neill, PhD

  • 12:30 to 2:00 p.m. | Luncheception with Staffed Posters and Exhibits
    Enjoy lunch while visiting with exhibitors and poster authors.

Sunday Afternoon Programming – Pick One

  • 2:00 to 3:30 p.m.
    During the registration process, you will be asked to pick one of these programming options to attend on Sunday afternoon:
    • Innovation Showcase
      Attend the Innovation Showcase to learn about ten cutting-edge innovations tested by your colleagues at other family medicine residencies. Time will be allowed for questions and answers. Titles include:
      • Learn to Lead: Leader to Learner (LTL) Program
      • Mitigation of Resident Stress and Burnout through Arts and Humanities
      • Stopping the Crick from Running Dry:  Rural Speed-Dating and Longitudinal Rural Curricular Redesign
      • Longitudinal Orthopedics for Family Medicine Residence
      • Guardian Angel: Resident Wellness Elective
      • Development of a Social Needs Screening and Connections Program within a Residency Program
      • Health Systems Science in Community Oriented Primary Care
      • Equity: Mixing It Up and Fixing It Up
      • Mapping a Comprehensive Quality Improvement Curriculum
      • How Can We Teach Residents to Refer to Specialists Appropriately?

        OR
         
    • Clinic First: A deep dive into select 10 + 3 building blocks to improve your teaching clinic
      This 90-minute special session will start with an interactive discussion activity that asks participants to self-rate their current site on the "Hospital First" to "Clinic First" spectrum and describe what contributes to their current self-assessment. We will then briefly review the methods used by our team in performing and analyzing primary care resident teaching clinics through site visits to identify the best practices among high performing sites. We will then introduce the Clinic First paradigm described above with case examples from "bright spot" clinics, using large-group questions throughout to foster discussion about what participants' sites are currently doing in each relevant area. These discussions will focus on 1) new methods for scheduling residents for their clinic time that facilitate good patient access and continuity of care and 2) how care teams are organized so that a) residents work with the same medical assistant and registered nurse throughout their residency, b) a faculty physician who works full-time in the teaching clinic actively leads the team, and c) patients are empaneled to a care team, get to know their care team, and receive all their care from their care team. The Clinic First paradigm emphasizes experiential rather than didactic learning for residents: residents will learn by participating in well-run primary care clinics. We will end the workshop with small breakout groups to discuss how to apply the Clinic First concepts to individual clinics. Faculty will come from UCSF Center for Primary Care, AAFP, PCPCC and participating residencies in sponsored initiatives.

      Pre-reading materials:
      Prior to attending the Deep Dive into Clinic First, please review this information(8 page PDF).