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Robert H. Lurie Medical Research Center
Simpson Querrey Biomedical Research Center
303 East Superior Street
Chicago, IL 60611

October 8,  2021
8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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Friday, October 8 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Afternoon Session 2 - Short Presentations

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AFTERNOON SESSION 2
SHORT PRESENTATIONS
3:30 – 5:00 p.m.

Presentation Schedule: See additional details below schedule.

Physiatry 101: How to Think Like a Physiatrist
Anne Goldring, MD

Flipping Healthcare Pain Education for Interprofessional Competence
Renee Manworren, PhD, APRN, FAAN

Effective Teaching Strategies to Enhance a Growth Mindset
Jennifer Ryan, PT, DPT, MS

Effective Phase 1 Medical Education: Lessons from the Pulmonary Module
James Walter, MD


  • Physiatry 101: How to Think Like a Physiatrist
    Anne Goldring, MD
    • The purpose of this medical education project is to provide new second-year PM&R residents with a framework to think through inpatient rehab hospitalizations. At the beginning of the second year of a PM&R residency, each resident has just completed an internship, most often in internal medicine. As such, most residents often initially feel uncertain of their role in the rehab hospital setting. This lecture is designed to be given shortly after that transition, with the intention of teaching the new PM&R resident how to think like a physiatrist. In addition, given that exposure to PM&R varies widely during medical school, this lecture also seeks to provide the new residents with a uniform foundation in some of the basics of physiatry. To facilitate this learning process, this is an interactive, group-based lecture during which PGY2s work through patient cases with 3rd and 4th year PM&R residents.
  • Flipping Healthcare Pain Education for Interprofessional Competence
    Renee Manworren, PhD, APRN, FAAN
    • We retain 5% of what we hear, 50% of what we discuss, 75% of what we do, and 90% of what we teach. Through 3-5 flipped learning activities, interprofessional knowledge gaps, biases, and barriers to optimal pain care will be shared, tested, and bridged to promote understanding, empathy, and collaboration. demonstrate content mastery and application. Ideas are shared, key messages are reinforced, and understanding is assessed, discussed, demonstrated, and tested. These evidence-based strategies are easily translated to optimize face-to-face education time for inquiry, application, and to demonstrate content mastery.
  • Effective Teaching Strategies to Enhance a Growth Mindset
    Jennifer Ryan, PT, DPT, MS
    • What is the missing link between acquiring the knowledge of cardiovascular physiology and applying it to practice? The limited attention to CV risks and diseases is evidenced by research findings that general PT practitioners infrequently measure and interpret vital signs with exercise. Is the link more in our teaching methods than in honing the material we address? The scholarship of teaching and learning challenges us to use “self-regulated learning” to elevate learning to a metacognitive level, one which translates into lifelong practice. By offering students individualized feedback with encouragement and guidance to engage them in their learning plan and progress, the instructor and students became more connected and invested in the course. The presentation will speak to the teaching methods that led to an effective learning environment. Data related to the students' transition from a fixed to a growth mindset, and the improvement in student exam averages will be discussed.
  • Effective Phase 1 Medical Education: Lessons from the Pulmonary Module
    James Walter, MD
    • Student feedback is an essential component of the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine continuous quality improvement process. At the conclusion of each Phase 1 module, detailed student comments are summarized by a student review panel and then discussed collaboratively with Module, Element, and Thread leaders. These meetings provide an invaluable opportunity to both spotlight what worked well during a module as well as identify opportunities for improvement.

      This presentation will summarize changes made to the Pulmonary Module in response to several years of student review panel feedback. This will provide an opportunity to highlight components of effective curricular design and content delivery relevant to educators across all phases of the Feinberg curriculum.


Speakers
avatar for Anne Goldring, MD

Anne Goldring, MD

Housestaff, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R)/2022
My name is Annie Goldring and I am a 4th year PM&R resident currently applying to Sports Medicine fellowships. Throughout residency I have been interested in medical education and how to optimize the ways in which we teach medical students and residents. I have participated in the... Read More →
avatar for Renee Manworren, PhD, APRN, FAAN

Renee Manworren, PhD, APRN, FAAN

Faculty, Northwestern University, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago; Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Renee Manworren, PhD, APRN, FAAN, is an associate professor of Pediatrics who has studied gaps in intra- and interprofessional healthcare providers knowledge and attitudes of pain and pain management for over 20 years. Manworren's successful educational approach to these gaps were... Read More →
avatar for Jennifer Ryan, PT, DPT, MS, CCS

Jennifer Ryan, PT, DPT, MS, CCS

Assistant Professor, Northwestern University, Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences
Jennifer Marie Ryan, PT, DPT, MS is a Board Certified Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Clinical Specialist and Assistant Professor at Northwestern University Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences. She teaches in the cardiovascular and pulmonary curriculum, physiology... Read More →
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James Walter, MD

Faculty, Northwestern University, Assistant Professor of Medicine (Pulmonary and Critical Care)
James Walter, MD is a Pulmonary and Critical Care physician and Medical Director of the Northwestern Lung Rescue Program.Dr. Walter attended Princeton University followed by medical school at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. He completed his Internal Medicine... Read More →


Friday October 8, 2021 3:30pm - 5:00pm CDT
Baldwin Auditorium 306 East Superior Street, Chicago IL 60611