Save the date: May 15, 2020
Join us for the 4th Annual Symposium on Educational Excellence.
- Friday, May 15, 2020
- 8:15 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.
- Robertson Life Sciences Building
Theme: Transformational Education
This day-long symposium brings together faculty, students and staff from across OHSU to share and learn about the innovative projects and practices that support our shared educational mission.
- Keynote speaker: Larry Roper of Oregon State University
- Snap talks, presentation sessions, and a poster session on innovative educational projects and practices around campus
- Awards reception for this year’s Poster Session winners and Sakai Award winners
- Snap talks: 10-minute talks that immediately follow the keynote address and share new educational innovations on campus (read more about snap talk use in another conference).
- Presentation sessions: 45-65-minute presentations throughout the day that actively engage attendees around a variety of education-related practices including teaching, assessment, and research.
- Posters: Traditional or “Better” posters that share education-related research, projects, and practices on campus.
- Tabling: Displays by education-related groups on campus during lunch and the poster session.
Please contact the conference planning chair with any questions.
Theme: Educational Scholarship
Poster session award winners
- Development of an Inpatient Pediatric Curriculum for Family Medicine Residents | Megan Durham, M.D.; Jared Austin, M.D.
- A Novel Improvement Science Curriculum for Pre-Clinical Medical Students: First Year of a Student-Led Initiative | Sherry Liang, B.A.; Reem Hasan, M.D., Ph.D.; Christopher Terndrup, M.D.; Sherril Gelmon, Dr.P.H.; Matthew DiVeronica, M.D.
- Recognize. Reflect. Create. Connect! Impacts of a novel narrative medicine conference | Elizabeth Lahti, M.D.; Rebecca Harrison, M.D.; Niki Steckler, Ph.D.; Martha Driessnack, Ph.D.; Deborah Woodcock, M.B.A.; Jennifer Aengst, Ph.D.
Poster session award winners
- Students as teachers and patients as learners: Pathway of the integration of a 3-D virtual simulation into program curriculum and to patient education | Kristi Tonning, Maria Thompson
- Paying it forward: A unique approach to junior faculty professional development in the basic sciences | Holly Caretta-Weyer, Pepper Schedin, Joshi Alumkal, Lisa Coussens, Melissa Wong
- Collaborative group testing: Can we prepare the next generation of dentists through assessment? | Tobie Jones
- The photo diversity project: Increasing the diversity of images used in classroom teaching | Linda Felver, Rian Johnson
- In just five (5) questions: A deceptively simple, learner-centered, transformative learning activity | Martha Driessnack, Asma Taha
- The case for CME: Applying CME to existing graduate courses | Jessica L. Walter, Christine Flores
- Graphic medicine in action: The creation of a neurotransmitter zine | Keenan Smart, Timmi Claveria, Anandam Hilde, Paria Zarrinnegar, Megan McLeod, Pari Faraji, Richard Ly
- Child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship and pediatric integrated care models: Paragons, pragmatics and pitfalls | Megan McLeod, Craigan Usher