Welcome and Introduction

12:00 – 12:05 pm

Oral Presentations from Top Scoring Abstracts

12:05 – 12:45 pm

  • Capri Foy, PhD: ‘Results from the Clinical and Population Translational Sciences (CPTS) 2018 Alumni Survey to Inform Program Innovation’ (Abstract # 28) (Bio #28)

  • Nicholas Hartman, MD: ‘Effect of Level of Involvement on Faculty Evaluations of 3rd Year Medical Students’ (Abstract # 13) (Bio #13)

  • Kristin Henderson, DNAP, CRNA, CHSE, and Ian Smith, MMS, PA-C: ‘Interprofessional Ultrasound Education: Creating Connections Across Healthcare Disciplines’  (Abstract # 25) (Bio #25)

  • Jasmine Kim, Medical Student Class of 2021: ‘Using gaming to innovate a patient safety and systems improvement workshop’ (Abstract # 31) (Bio #31)

  • C. Nasir Majeed, MBBS: ‘Antral content assessment to assess NPO status in a flipped classroom model: An innovative way to introduce POCUS curriculum in a GI fellowship program’ (Abstract # 17) (Bio #17)

  • Sarah White, MD: ‘The Effect of Spaced Teaching on Open Suturing Technique in Novice Learners’ (Abstract # 24) (Bio #24)

Keynote: "Education in the Era of COVID - Trainee Reflections and Q&A" 

12:45 – 1:15 pm

This will feature a series of mini-talks from former Wake Forest School of Medicine students currently training and practicing at the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak in New York City. These reflections will not address efforts to shift training virtually, engage in e-Learning, or utilize distance learning methods. These talks will provide personal experiences of what it has been like to provide care and train in the U.S. epicenter; how these former students' education at the School of Medicine prepared them; and what they see as the lasting impact on how healthcare professionals are trained.


 Shane Stone, MD, Resident, Internal Medicine, Lenox Hill Hospital (WF MD Class of 2019)

Sanford Williams, MD Resident, Pediatrics, Columbia University (WF MD Class of 2019)


Rachel Shenker, MD, Resident, Radiation Oncology, Winthrop University Hospital (WF MD Class of 2019) 


Matthew Russell, PA, Emergency Medicine, Mount Sinai (WF PA Class of 2017) 


Wake Forest SGEA Oral Presentations 

1:15 – 1:35 pm

  • Jon Goforth, MBA: ‘Equipping Medical Students to Manage Acutely Ill Patients Through Interprofessional Collaboration During the Transition to Residency’ (Abstract-Goforth) (Bio-Goforth)
  • Alexandria Marshall, Medical Student Class of 2023: ‘Effects of Peer-Assisted Learning (PAL) on First-Year Medical Student Anatomy Examination Performance’ (Bio-Marshall)
  • Modupeola Akinola, MD: ‘An Interprofessional Approach to Stroke Management Across the Continuum of Healthcare: A Case-Based Training for Health Professions Learners’ (Abstract-Akinola) (Bio-Akinola)

Virtual Poster Tour (1-Minute Poster Blitz)

1:35 – 1:50 pm

Poster presenters will provide a 1-minute highlight of their poster to entice conference attendees to check out more details in a virtual poster hall that will be available during and after the conference.

Awards and Conclusion

1:50 – 2 pm