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2018 Agenda

DAY 1

 

June 18th

 

6:30 am –

7:20 am

 

 

Registration & Photos: Meiling Hall - 1st Floor Lobby

·   Breakfast will be available upon arrival.

·   Registration tables will be located in the main lobby on the first floor of Meiling Hall.

Check in to receive your schedule for the day and related materials.

·   NOTE: Photos will be taken for your ID Badge and Profile, but you will also be spending the day on your feet in active learning scenarios – so please dress accordingly.

 

June 18th

 

7:20 am –

8:00 am

 

 

Welcome & Description of Day: Meiling Hall - 1st Floor Auditorium

Welcome

We’re excited to have you here today!

Description of the Day

The flow and structure of the day will be described so you can understand the schedule you are given at registration. We will then walk together from Meiling Hall to Prior Hall to begin the training portion of the day.

 

June 18th

 

8:00 am –

5:05 pm

 

 

Training Stations: Prior Hall - 6th Floor

A unique schedule for completing these stations will be provided upon arriving.

Communication & Empathy – 20 mins

This small group station presents the importance of effective communication with others in the medical field, including nurses, patients, etc. The station will also include a focus on empathy and how communicating with compassion and concern have positive impacts on healthcare as a whole.

Crew Resource Management – 120 mins

This lecture style station presents the significance of achieving better communication and teamwork in the healthcare field. CRM originated in the aviation field, but its fundamentals are well adapted to healthcare with a set of training procedures for use in environments where human error can have devastating effects. CRM focuses on interpersonal communication, leadership, and decision making.

Femoral Access Training – 30 mins
This small group station presents techniques for accessing the femoral artery as well as common complications to be aware of when completing this procedure.​

Human Resources: Benefits & Retirement – 40 mins

This station presents an overview of the benefits that are available to OSU employees as well as a brief overview of the different retirement options.

NOTE: The session will be primarily Q&A. So please review the following before attending the session:

-Video​ on Enrollment & Eligibility (click here to access)

-Video on Medical Plans (click here to access)

-Video on Prescription Drug (click here to access)


 

OR if you would rather study the materials yourself instead of viewing video descriptions:

-Booklet on Benefits Overview (click here to access)

-Booklet​ on Retirement (click here to access)

Infection Control – Droplet & Airborne Infections / Antimicrobial Stewardship Program – 40 mins

Part 1: Infection Control – Droplet & Airborne Infections

This station reinforces infection control knowledge and policies for new residents and fellows to the OSUWMC, emphasizing consistent procedures to help prevent the spread of infections.

NOTE: If you have already received your login to BuckeyeLearn, please search for and complete the following CBL before attending the session (it is a program requirement anyway):

-The CBL is titled “Infection Prevention (Clinical)”


 

ALSO: Please review the following before attending the session:

-Handout on Isolation (click here to access)

-Handout on Suspect Patient with MTB (click here to access)

-Handout on TB on Epidemiology Site (click here to access)

-Handout on TB Order Set (click here to access)

-Handout on Infection Prevention FAQs (click here to access)

-Handout on Preoperative Antibiotics for Surgical Specialties (click here to access)​


 

ALSO: Please download the free app Kahoot; it will be used during the session:

-Directions for Kahoot (click here to access)

Part 2: Antimicrobial Stewardship Program

This brief portion of the overall station will orient learners to the OSUWMC Antimicrobial Stewardship Program with a focus on the ASP website, the antibiotic time-out process and restricted antimicrobials.

NOTE: If you have already received your login to BuckeyeLearn, please search for and complete the following CBL before attending the session (it is a program requirement anyway):

-The CBL is titled “Antimicrobial Stewardship”

Medical Student Teaching – Part I & II – 20 mins each

Residents and fellows at OSUWMC interact regularly with medical students and are expected to provide outstanding educational experiences to the students.  This station will introduce residents and fellows to the structure of the COM curriculum, reinforce ideal teaching behaviors, and provide expectations around the learning environment.

NOTE: Please review the following before attending the session:

-Handout on OSU’s College of Medicine Educational Objectives (click here to access)

-Handout on AAMC Statement on the Learning Environment​ (click here to access)
-Handout on AAMC Mistreatment Statistics for All Schools
(click here to access)
-Chapter 7 on Standards of Conduct from the Medical Education Teaching Handbook
(click here to access)
-Chapter 8 on Sexual Misconduct Policy​ from the Medical Education Teaching Handbook
(click here to access)


 

If you have already received your login to BuckeyeLearn, please search for and complete the following CBLs before attending the session (it is a program requirement anyway):

-Effective Clinical Teaching Module

-Feedback and Evaluation Module

Policies – 20 mins

This small group, case-based station presents university-wide and medical center-specific policies. It is the responsibility of all individuals to identify and familiarize themselves with all applicable policies.

Professionalism – 20 mins

This small group station presents the expectations OSU has for its professionals. All employees are expected to conduct themselves professionally and civilly as well as present a visual identity that represents professionalism and adds a contribution to the university.

Quality Improvement – 20 mins

This interactive station emphasizes basic Quality Improvement concepts, terminology and applications used here at OSUWMC.

Restraints & Range Orders – 20 mins

This station teaches about commonly used patient restraints, and how to place violent and non-violent restraint orders in compliance with JACHO and OSUWMC policies.

NOTE: Please review the following before attending the session:

-Handout on Restraints (click here to access)

-Handout on Common Types of Restraints (click here to access)

Simulated Medical/Surgical Patient Experience & Debrief – 20 mins

This immersive station will involve exposing residents/fellows to a simulated medical/surgical patient to reinforce important tenets of patient care.  There will be a debriefing at the end of the simulation to emphasize educational points.

NOTE: Your specialty has been taken into consideration and you will be assigned the appropriate simulation to attend, either medical or surgical.

Team Rounding – 20 mins

Every member of the healthcare team is an integral contributor to patient outcomes.  This station focuses on effective collaborative rounding processes for optimizing efficiency, communication and teamwork.

If you have already received your login to BuckeyeLearn, please search for and complete the following CBLs before attending the session (it is a program requirement anyway):

-The CBL is titled “Interdisciplinary Team Rounding at OSUWMC”


 

If you do not have access yet, the video should still be viewed before attending the session:

-Video on Patient Rounding (click here to access)

 

June 18th


11:45 am –

12:55 pm

OR

12:10 pm –

1:20 pm

 

 

Lunch & Vendors: Meiling Hall - 1st Floor Lobby

·   Please check your schedule to see which lunch hour has been assigned to you.

·   Your lunch hour is up to your discretion, but boxed lunches will be provided in Meiling Hall.

·   Please consider visiting some of the available vendors listed below.

Alumni Association

The Alumni Association is committed to fostering a climate of inclusion, with a membership model making each and every Ohio State alumnus a member. Sustaining members support the people, projects and priorities of the university and stay connected to OSU by making a difference.

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mpusParc is responsible for the operation of OSU’s parking system, including management of the permit system, parking enforcement, customer service, motorist assistance, event parking management, and parking facility maintenance, including major renovations.

Global Health Interest Group

Global Health is striving to create new opportunities for students to provide medical care in underserved populations around the world. The goal is to provide outstanding educational experiences in a safe environment while offering global health education.

Harding & Jacob Insurance Agency

During your training at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, GME provides disability coverage through a group policy administered by The Harding & Jacob Insurance Agency. You are also eligible to purchase supplemental coverage.

Huntington Bank

Huntington is proud to be The Official Consumer Bank of The Ohio State University. As such, there are many exclusive offers available just for Ohio State faculty and staff.

Masters of Science in Medical Sciences Program

The Master of Science in Medical Sciences (MSMS) is an integrated, multidisciplinary interdepartmental program in the basic medical sciences that is designed to provide trainees with a broad-based one-year core curriculum followed by a comprehensive examination leading to the Masters (MS) degree.

Ohio State Medical Association

OSMA is a statewide medical association, dedicated to advancing the practice of medicine for physicians and their patients, advocating on behalf of Ohio physicians, and protecting the medical profession.

State Medical Board of Ohio

The Medical Board protects the public through effective regulation of licensees, including: MDs, DOs, PAs, etc. In doing so it protects the public’s health, safety, and welfare through the proper licensing, disciplining, and regulation of physicians.

U.S. Army

The Army Medical Department’s Financial Assistance Program provides experiences that blend teaching, research and clinical excellence to best prepare Residents and Fellows for unique and challenging opportunities in medicine.

U.S. Navy

Now is the time to consider Navy Medicine. As a resident or fellow, you can enroll in our Financial Assistance Program (FAP) and receive a $45,000 annual grant while in residency or fellowship training and receive a monthly stipend of $2,200.73.

DAY 2

 

June 19th

 

8:00 am –1:20 pm

(You will only attend for a total of 2 ½ hours)​

 

 

Training Stations: Prior Hall - 6th Floor

·   You may be exempt from part or all of Day 2 – Refer to your unique schedule that was provided at registration.

·   There is no registration process; simply report to your first scheduled station to begin the day.

 

Airway – 40 mins

This hands-on interactive station teaches various skills for providing patients with adequate ventilation and ways to troubleshoot difficulties.

NOTE: Please review the following before attending the session:

-Handout on Difficult Airway Evaluation​ (click here to access)

-Optional Video on Positive-Pressure Ventilation with a Face Mask and a Bag-Valve Device (click here to access)

Chloraprep & Avagard – 20 mins

This hands-on interactive station ensures procedural physicians understand the proper technique of site sterilization to prevent surgical site infections. Process varies by site and product – but errors have potential grave consequences for our patients. At this station you will demonstrate proper technique. 

NOTE: It would be beneficial to be wearing scrubs (the Avagard needs to extend above the elbow).

CVC – 40 mins

This hands-on interactive station addresses necessary knowledge, safety, skills, and teamwork for inserting a central venous catheter.  This station will also address procedural complications. 

Paracentesis – 20 mins

This hands-on interactive station will focus on the paracentesis procedure by providing hands-on practice. This station will also address common concerns to be aware of that are associated with the procedure.

Ultrasound – 20 mins

This hands-on interactive station will introduce you to basic concepts of procedural use of ultrasonography​.

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