The Ohio State University College of Medicine made a tremendous impact at the 2018 annual meeting of the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), the most-recognized organization in the nation for academic medical centers, and at the concurrent Generalists in Medical Education 2018 conference, where thousands of educators convened to support innovation in medical education.
With the strategic goal of educating the most diverse and sought-after health professionals in the world, Daniel Clinchot, MD, vice dean for Education, partnered with College of Medicine Marketing and Strategic Communications to heighten the college’s presence at these conferences. In addition to a beautiful booth and a well-attended reception at the AAMC annual meeting, many of our faculty and staff made powerful presentations, participated in terrific discussions via focused luncheons in person and on social media and shared their outstanding posters at these meetings.
The college deliberately timed its release of the 2018 Annual Report to coincide with these important conferences. This first-ever publication features stories of diversity initiatives, life-altering biomedical discoveries and innovative care delivery. Available both in print and online, the dynamic publication is part of an omnichannel campaign that leverages our captivating "Leading the Way" marketing initiative to enhance our national reputation and showcase the college’s remarkable accomplishments.
Please take a moment to congratulate your colleagues for enhancing the college’s national reputation through their work and participation at the AAMC annual meeting and at The Generalists in Medical Education conference.
AAMC 2018 Annual Meeting
- Promoting Well-Being in GME. Sorabh Khandelwal, MD, presented on the alarmingly high burnout rate among residents.
- Residency Readiness in the Fourth Year of Medical School: Using ACGME Milestones to Assess and Prepare Medical Students for Residency. Nicholas Kman, MD, shared ways to leverage the fourth year of medical school.
- Virtual Reality in Medical Education. Douglas Danforth, PhD, discussed virtual reality's applications to medical education.
- Maximizing Space Utilization Within an Academic Health System. William Orosz led a discussion on space shortages, fragmentation and qualitative and infrastructure issues faced by premier academic medical centers.
- Question Bursts: An Innovative Process for Advancing the Dialogue Around Gender Equity in Medical Education. Larry Hurtubise, MA, and David Way
- Leadership Governance to Achieve Mission-Aligned Diversity Goals. K. Craig Kent, MD
- Black Men in Medicine: Building a Community for Action. Leon McDougle, MD, MPH
- Models for Assessing Outcomes and Impacts of Premedical Initiatives to Increase Diversity. Leon McDougle, MD, MPH
- Posters-Up and Wine-Down: Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Programs: Results of a National Survey. Leon McDougle, MD, MPH
- Mitigating Bias and Enhancing Diversity in Admissions and Selection. Quinn Capers IV, MD
- The Appalachian Translational Research Network: An Academic-Community Engaged Initiative to Address Health Inequities. K. Craig Kent, MD
- A Scoping Review of the Influence of Personality Matching on Adult Mentoring Relationships. Karyn L. Wulf, MD, MPH and Larry Hurtubise, MA
College of Medicine Booth and Collateral:
- Coordinated by Wendy Marczika; Alyson Kaczkowski; Michele McLaughlin; Beth Bohlander; Lucas Fenik; Catherine Ricardo; Lori Smith; Allison Heacock; Kelly-Ann Perry; Sheryl Pfeil, MD; and Kristen Rundell
- Staffed by Dan Clinchot, MD; Allison Heacock; Kelly-Ann Perry; Sheryl Pfeil, MD; Kristen Rundell; Beth Bohlander; Heidi Orsini; and Wendy Marczika
College of Medicine Reception:
- Coordinated by Dan Clinchot, MD; Wendy Marczika; Kim Knight; Beth Bohlander; and Heidi Orsini
Annual Report Contributors:
- Marco Pena, Erika Mitiska, Bob Mackle, Kathy Lillash, Jami Brunk Young, Lori Abshire, Dan VonDerBrink, Sarah Condon, Lori Smith, Catherine Ricardo, Wendy Marczika, Beth Bohlander and Julie Scott
- Rita Arnold; Kelly Jackson; Lynda Hartel; Joanne Lynn, MD
The Generalists in Medical Education 2018 Annual Conference
- Finding the "Easy A?" Variation in Student Evaluations from In-Patient Pediatric Rotations. Rakhi Gupta Basuray, MD; Rebecca Scherzer, MD; Nicole Verbeck; and Kim Tartaglia, MD
- Incorporating Trauma-Informed Care of Sexual Assault Survivors into a Fouth Year TBL Exercise for Medical Students: An Educational and Ethical Imperative. Ashley Fernandes, MD, PhD; Kyle Daily; Tiffany Lotus; Gail Luster; Pat Ecklar; Deborah Lan; and Nicholas Kman, MD
- Health Coaching and Interprofessional Education: A Natural Pairing. Kristen Rundell, MD; Camilla Curren, MD; and Margaret Graham, APRN-CNP
Round Table Discussion:
- Curricular Integration of EPA 4 (Enter and Discuss Orders and Prescriptions). Nancy Liao, MD; Kristen Lewis, MD; Beth Liston, MD; and Camilla Curren, MD
- Getting to the Bedside: A Novel Training Workshop to Facilitate Nurse-Physician Bedside Rounds. Chirag R. Patel, DO, and Joshua Widman, MD
- Journal Editors Panel: Navigating the Journal Submission Marathon from Start to Finish. David Way and Larry Hurtubise, MA
The College of Medicine plans to attend the 2019 AAMC annual meeting in November in Phoenix.