2019 Mud Season Education Retreat

Friday, March 29, 2019 
8:00am-4:30pm
Doubletree by Hilton Hotel and Conference Center, Burlington, Vermont

Mud Season Flyer 2019

An all-day education retreat featuring workshops on clinical teaching, social medicine, active learning, and resources for educational scholarship; networking; and keynote session:

How Should We Prepare Students to Fight Clinically Impactful Injustice?
Tim Lahey, M.D., Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Disease, Director, Department of Ethics, Larner College of Medicine.

This event is open to all faculty.
CMIE credit will be available to participants.

Registration for the 2019 Mud Season Education Retreat has closed.
If you would like to attend, please contact teaching.academy@med.uvm.edu

Schedule

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Friday, March 29

8:00 - 8:30 AMRegistration and continental breakfast
8:30 - 8:40 AMWelcome from Katie Huggett, Ph.D.,
Teaching Academy Director
8:40 - 9:15 AM

Oral Platform Presentations

Evaluation of an Active Learning Curriculum in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety for Medical Students

Samantha Magier, Alan Repp, MD

It's Never Too Late to Learn: A Faculty Development Course on Clinical Research in an Academic Center
Halle Sobel, MD; Abigail Crocker, PhD; Charles Maclean, MD

9:15 - 10:15 AMKeynote Session: How Should We Prepare Students to Fight Clinically Impactful Injustice?

Tim Lahey, M.D.
Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Disease
Director, Department of Ethics

Faculty and students want our graduates to be ready to address the social determinants of health. Yet, this topic has not traditionally been a mainstay of undergraduate medical education. Why should it be? How deep should coverage go? Are there promising earlymodels at Larner and other institutions?

10:15 - 10:45 AM

Break/Poster session with poster authors present

  

Planning your schedule? Try one of these tracks or pick your breakout sessions a la carte:

Track 1: Clinical Teaching Tools
Teaching at the Bedside: The Original Active Learning (Session 1 & 3)
Diagnosing and Remediating the Clinical Learner (Session 2)

Track 2: Active Learning “How To”
Preparation of Active Learning Materials: Less Is More (Session 1)
Planning for a Successful Active Learning Session: Learning Objectives, Independent Learning, and Educational Technology (Session 2)
*Bonus: Active Learning Showcase

Track 3: Teaching for Social Justice
Social Medicine Teaching Techniques (Session 1)
Understanding Implicit Bias (Session 2)
*Bonus: How Should We Prepare Students to Fight Clinically Impactful Injustice? (Keynote Session)

Track 4: Toolkit for the Scholarly Educator
Pearls and Pitfalls of Curricular Design: A Workshop for Beginners (Session 1)
How to Run a Successful Workshop (Session 2)
Improve Your Odds: Education Grant Writing 101 (Session 3)

10:45 AM - 12:15 PM 1st Breakout Session

A Teaching at the Bedside: The Original Active Learning
Molly Rideout, M.D., Stephen Berns, M.D.
B

Preparation of Active Learning Materials: Less Is More
David Kaminsky, M.D.

C

Social Medicine Teaching Techniques
Tim Lahey, M.D.

D

Pearls and Pitfalls of Curricular Design: A Workshop for Beginners
Halle Sobel, M.D., Amanda Kennedy, Pharm.D.

12:15 - 1:00 PM Lunch

1:00 - 2:30 PM 2nd Breakout Session

ADiagnosing and Remediating the Clinical Learner
Dennis Beatty, M.D.
BUnderstanding Implicit Bias
Pamela Puthoor, M.D.
C

How to Run a Successful Workshop
Melissa Davidson, M.D., Bridget Marroquin, M.D.

*Please note that this session will address multiple workshop types, venues, and audiences. It is not limited to the Active Learning workshop approach used in LCOM medical student Foundations courses.

D

Neural Sciences Mini Retreat
Karen Lounsbury, Ph.D.

*This session invites faculty of the Neural Sciences course to meet to review weekly themes and schedules and discuss active learning. Other faculty are welcome to join.

 

2:30 - 2:45 PM Break/Active Learning Showcase

2:45 - 4:15 PM 3rd Breakout Session

A Teaching at the Bedside: The Original Active Learning
Molly Rideout, M.D., Stephen Berns, M.D.
B

Improve Your Odds: Education Grant Writing 101
Katie Huggett, Ph.D., Cate Nicholas, ED.D., P.A., Nancy Lemieux, M.S., R.N., CHSE

C

Planning for a Successful Active Learning Session: Learning Objectives, Independent Learning, and Educational Technology
AL team/Ed Tech Team

D

FoCS Mini Retreat
Karen Lounsbury, Ph.D.

*This session invites faculty of the Foundations courses to meet to review weekly themes and schedules and discuss active learning. Other faculty are welcome to join.

4:15 - 4:30 PM Closing remarks and Evaluations