The HPEI Educator Conference is intended for faculty, staff, students, residents, fellows, physicians, and providers who are interested in teaching and training in the health professions. The conference features best-practice updates, evidence-based teaching, opportunities for networking with educators, and thoughtful discussions about how we train current and future generations of medical and biomedical professionals. This year’s conference is packed full of great content and will focus on a theme of personal and professional character development – how are we building not just knowledgeable, skilled, competent but also resilient professionals that act with virtuous intent. The conference will include original research and breakout sessions for teachers and clinicians from all areas of medical and biomedical education across the spectrum.
Welcome and Awards (Hybrid)
12:00 – 12:20
Oral Presentations (Hybrid)
12:20 – 1:20
- Amelia L. Davidson, BS, MS3 Medical Student, Wake Forest School of Medicine. ‘WFSOM Surgical Subspecialty Certificate Program: A Pilot Study’ (Abstract #1; Slides)
- Catherine Malisse, B.S., M.D. Candidate, Class of 2025. Developing a Language of Leadership to Respond to the Interprofessional Leadership Needs of Healthcare Trainees’ (Abstract #2; Slides)
- Jaclyn Martindale, DO (she/her), Assistant Professor of Pediatric Neurology, Department of Neurology. ‘Lessons Learned from an Academic Half Day on Telehealth and TeleNeurology with Pediatric Resident Physicians’ (Abstract #3; Slides)
- Nathan J. Bates, He/Him/His, MMS, PA-C, Assistant Professor Dept. of PA Studies. ‘Use of Tabletop Simulation and Gamification to Enhance Understanding of System-Based Practice in Medical Education’ (Abstract #4; Slides)
Keynote with Adina Luba Kalet, MD, MPH (Hybrid)
1:30 – 2:25
Director, Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Institute for the Transformation of Medical Education Stephen and Shelagh Roell Endowed Chair, Medical College of Wisconsin
Understanding Lapses in Professionalism Through a Professional Identity Formation Lens
- Define professionalism both situationally and developmentally
- Understand “typical” development of moral reasoning and medical professional identity formation.
- Develop an approach to managing different lapses in professionalism.
- Recognize when a trainee’s experience of discrimination is playing a role in underperformance.
Break (to allow travel to breakout room or office)
2:25 – 2:45
2:45 – 4:15
Recognizing Character Strengths in Self, Peers, Mentee or Role Model: An interactive exploration of character strength in medical education (Virtual)
Presented by Stacy Schmauss EdD and Marcia Wofford MD and Kendall RaShawn Freeman
Recognizing character breakout Webex detail
Building Your Career in Education: Tips and Tricks for Success (In-person)
Presented by Tinisha Lambeth DNP, NNP, Andrea McKinnond MMS, PA-C and Donna Williams MD
Location: Cancer Center Conference Room 10- B
Equitable Assessment: Developing assessment practices so all learners can succeed (Virtual)
Presented by Katherine Lupton MD, Peter Ureste MD and Alexandra Brown MD from the University of California at San Francisco
Equitable assessment breakout Webex detail
Developing a Facilitator Guide: Foundations for Effective Facilitation of Case and Problem-Based Learning Sessions (In-person)
Presented by Michele Birch MD and Joshua Waynick MMS, PA-C
Location: Cancer Center Conference Room 10- C
4:15 – 4:25