PDW and RPS Shared Programming
2019 PDW/RPS Schedule At-A-Glance
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Begins Saturday, April 6 | 1:30 p.m.
Ends Sunday, April 7 | 3:30 p.m.
Shared Programming is included in PDW and RPS registrations.
Saturday, April 6
12:00 - 4:30 p.m.
1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
Creating and Sustaining Educational Innovation in Underserved Communities
Experienced family medicine educators will discuss challenges that are common to residency programs in both rural and urban underserved settings and explore effective and innovative solutions. Discussion will be centered on how solutions in one setting may be adapted for use in another.
Moderated by Roger Garvin, MD, Residency Director, Oregon Health & Science University
- Roxanne Fahrenwald, MD, MA, FAAFP, DIO, Faculty, Montana Family Medicine Residency
- Christine Jacobs, MD, FAAFP, Professor and Chair, Saint Louis University Department of Family and Community Medicine
- Randall Longenecker, MD, Professor of Family Medicine and Assistant Dean, Rural and Underserved Programs; Executive Director, The RTT Collaborative, Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine
- Barbara H. Miller, MD, FAAFP; Program Director, The University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine
- Greg L. Sawin, MD, MPH, Program Director, Tufts University Family Medicine Residency Program at Cambridge Health Alliance
3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Washington DC Post-Election Checkup
2018 brought new challenges and opportunities for family medicine concerns. The mid-term election changed the makeup of the 116th Congress. This will have ramifications that include changing legislators and the makeup of key health committees. This session will provide an overview of congressional and administration efforts regarding health care reform repeal and workforce programs, as well as administrative relief, payment, and financing issues. The session will address the active federal legislative and regulatory issues that may impact residency programs.
- R. Shawn Martin, Senior Vice President, Advocacy, Practice Advancement and Policy, American Academy of Family Physicians
- Hope R. Wittenberg, MA, Director, Government Relations, Council of Academic Family Medicine (CAFM)
Sunday, April 7
7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
8:00 - 10:00 a.m.
The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education's (ACGME's) mission is improve health care and population health by assessing and advancing the quality of resident physicians' education through accreditation. The Review Committee for Family Medicine works to review and accredit programs that meet substantial compliance with the defined family medicine program requirements. In this presentation, the ACGME Review Committee for Family Medicine will provide an update on the ongoing accreditation process, including the Next Accreditation System, CLER visits, and the Single Accreditation System. This session will review core program requirements, common citations, and common areas for improvement, and encourage participant input and questions.
- Stacy Potts, MD, Med, Chair, ACGME Review Committee for Family Medicine
- Eileen Anthony, MJ, Executive Director, ACGME Review Committee for Family Medicine
- Mary Lieh-Lai, MD, Senior Vice President, Medical Section, ACGME Review Committee for Family Medicine
- Robin Wagner, RN, MSPH, Vice President, Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER), ACGME
10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
This session will provide attendees with a review of several topics and an opportunity for discussion. Topics will include the certification process, ABFM eligibility requirements, ABFM professionalism policies, and the interpretation of ITE scores.
- Warren Newton, MD, MPH, President and Chief Executive Officer, American Board of Family Medicine
- Elizabeth Baxley, MD, Senior Vice President, American Board of Family Medicine
- Thomas O'Neill, PhD, Vice President of Psychometric Services, American Board of Family Medicine
- Martin Quan, MD, Senior Advisor to the President, American Board of Family Medicine
12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
Enjoy lunch while visiting with exhibitors.
Sunday Afternoon Programming
2:00 to 3:30 p.m.
During the symposium, you will be able to choose which one of the following programming options to attend on Sunday afternoon.
Moderated by Steven Brown, MD, FAAFP
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. The 2019 innovations and innovators are:
- How We Greatly Improved the Accuracy of Our Milestones in Half the Time
Michael Semelka, DO, Program Director, Excela Health Latrobe Hospital Family Medicine Residency
- Resident-Led Middle School Sexual Health Education
Gemma Kim, MD, Program Director, University of California Riverside School of Medicine Family Medicine Residency Program
- An Academic Rebirth Via Engagement of the Underserved Latino Community
Kelly Arnold, MD, Clinica Medicos Medical Director, Asst. Professor of Family Medicine, University of Tennessee College of Medicine - Chattanooga Family Medicine Residency Program
- Building the Team: Creating a Training Program for Advanced Practice Providers
Lynne Bateson, MD, Burien Residency Site Director, Didactics Coordinator, and Core Faculty Member, Kaiser Permanente Washington Family Practice Residency at Seattle
- Community Needs Assessment: Prioritizing Health
Naiomi Jamal, MBBS, MPH, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Missouri Kansas City
- Orientation and A Coordinator's Experiment in Social Determinants of Health in an FQHC
Sarah Thompson, Program Coordinator, Family Medicine/Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine
- Building Wellness Through Connection
Cara Marshall, MD, Associate Program Director, Lawrence Family Medicine Residency
- Virtual Reality Home Visit Simulation in Family Medicine Residency Training
Stephen Auciello, MD, Assistant Program Director, Riverside Family Medicine; Medical Director, Community Outreach, OhioHealth
- The Development and Implementation of the Educational Compromise Event Tool
Beth Rosemergey, DO, FAAFP, Program Director, University of Missouri Kansas City Family Medicine Residency
This 90-minute special session will focus on the +3 concepts (Resident Scheduling, Resident Engagement and Resident Worklife) of the University of California, San Francisco (UCFS) Center for Excellence in Primary Care’s (CEPC) 10 +3 Building Blocks for transforming teaching practices. We will 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. Then this interactive session will engage a panel of your peers from high-performing clinics to present concrete, successful implementation strategies. Audience engagement will foster discussion about what participants' sites are currently doing in each relevant area and next action steps for implementation. These discussions will focus on: 1) new methods for scheduling residents’ clinic time that facilitate good patient access and continuity of care; and 2) resident engagement in the Building Blocks and the impact on worklife.
- Marianna Kong, MD, Physician Practice Transformation Specialist, University of California, San Francisco; Center for Excellence in Primary Care
- Deborah Edberg, MD, Program Director, Northwestern McGaw Family Medicine Residency, Erie Family Health Center
- Paul Ford, MS, Program Manager and Associate Director for Curriculum, Kaiser Permanente Family Medicine Residency at Seattle
- Justin Glass, MD, Program Director, Family Medicine Residency of Idaho
- Barbara H. Miller, MD, FAAFP, Program Director, The University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine
- Linda Montgomery, MD, FAAFP, Program Director, Associate Professor, University of Colorado Family Medicine Residency Program
- Carl Morris, MD, MPH, Program Director, Kaiser Permanente Family Medicine Residency at Seattle
- Tami Robertson, Program Manager, Natividad Family Medicine Residency
- William Warning, MD, Program Director, Clinical Assistant Professor, Temple University School of Medicine, Crozer-Keystone Family Medicine Residency Program