Education Symposium 2014
Education Symposium was held on April 21-22, 2014 in the Lange Room and the Teaching and Learning Center on the Parnassus Campus, with an April 22 workshop held concurrently in Fresno. The event began with a plenary session and keynote address, followed by digital poster sessions in the afternoon. Workshops presented by visiting scholars and UCSF faculty took place on Tuesday, April 22.
Download Nicole Woods' Cognitive Connections presentation
Read Cognition before curriculum: rethinking the integration of basic science and clinical learning. Kulasegaram KM, Martimianakis MA, Mylopoulos M, Whitehead CR, Woods NN. Acad Med. 2013 Oct;88(10):1578-85.
Our visiting scholar was Nicole Woods, PhD. Dr. Woods is a cognitive psychologist who received her PhD at McMaster University in 2005. While at McMaster she worked with a team of psychologists and physicians interested in applying principles from cognitive science to clinical reasoning. She is currently an Education Scientist at The Wilson Centre for Research in Education at The University of Toronto. Dr. Woods has developed a program of research examining the interaction between clinical knowledge and basic science knowledge in diagnostic reasoning. Over the years, this line of research has expanded to include applications in Medicine, Surgery and Dentistry. Dr. Woods is also the Director of Education Evaluation for the Department of Surgery and the Associate Director of the Centre for Ambulatory Care Education.
- Describe the conceptual framework of deliberate practice as it applies to teaching procedures
- Implement improved approaches to maximize the safety and success of procedures performed by supervised learners
- Implement improved approaches to improve patient satisfaction who undergo procedures performed by supervised learners
- Implement improved approaches to improve skill retention of learners
- Describe common challenges that procedural supervisors face and how to overcome them
EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULE:
MONDAY, APRIL 21
8:00 am - Noon
8:00-8:30 am: Registration, continental breakfast
Noon - 4:30 pm
Noon - Luncheon buffet served
1:15-1:30 pm - Unstructured poster viewing (unscheduled viewing time during which poster authors may be present)
1:45-2:45 pm - Moderated poster session#2
3:15-4:15 pm - Moderated poster session#3
TUESDAY, APRIL 22
WORKSHOPS (presented concurrently)
2. The Illusion of Memory: Presenter: Nicole Woods, PhD
The Cooke Award for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
The Cooke Award for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning recognizes one or more outstanding projects presented at Education Symposium. Recipients in 2014 were:
Deena Bengiamin, MD; Stacy Sawtelle, MD; Stuart Maxwell, MD; Peter Anastopoulos, MD; Omar Guzman, MD; Jaime Antuna, MD for their submission, Development of an Inter-professional Patient Safety Curriculum in Emergency Medicine using Simulation, accepted for Education Symposium as an oral presentation.
Ivan Gomez, MD; Alex Sherriffs, MD; Susan Hughes, MS; Rebeca Lopez, MPH, for their submission, Innovative faculty development using objective structured teaching exercises (OSTE), accepted for Education Symposium as an oral presentation.
Each received a framed certificate of achievement and first authors received an honorarium.
Past honorees: click here.
Contact Kathleen Land at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-514-9259.