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Agenda 2015

MedBiquitous Annual Conference 2015

May 18-19, 2015
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Baltimore, Maryland USA

Sunday May 17

2:00 PM

Registration Opens

2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

MedBiquitous Orientation, registration required, space limited

6:00 PM

Board of Directors Meeting (closed)

Monday May 18

7:30 AM – 8:30 AM

Technical Steering Committee Meeting
Committee Members and Invited Guests Only

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM

Continental Breakfast
Sponsored by E*Value

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Registration

9:00 AM – 10:35 AM

Plenary
Welcome (Download presentation)
David Nichols, M.D., M.B.A.
Chairman, MedBiquitous Board of Directors

Building the Infrastructure for Continuous Improvement:A MedBiquitous Update (Download presentation)
Peter S. Greene, M.D.
Executive Director, MedBiquitous

KEYNOTE:
Using Analytics to Drive Change in Health Professions Education (Download presentation)
Marc Triola, M.D.
Associate Dean for Educational Informatics and Director, Institute for Innovations in Medical Education, New York University School of Medicine

10:35 AM – 10:55 AM

Break
Sponsored by Decision Simulation

10:55 AM – 12:25 PM

Innovation Demonstrations

Information-Driven Decisions In A Self-Service Business Intelligence Environment
Marina Marin, Sandra Yingling, Oleksandr Savenkov, Suvam Paul
New York University of School of Medicine

A Standards-based Approach to Remote and Indigenous Community Settings for GP Registrar Training in Australia 
Mark Keough1,  Tamsin Cockayne2
1Obvious Choice Consulting, 2Northern Territory General Practice Education

Using MedBiquitous Standards for Mapping, Visualizing and Benchmarking Health Informatics Programs in the US and Europe
Christos Vaitsis1, Vera Terry2, Douglas Paul Gagnon3, Loe Wai Lit Alan3, Vasilis Hervatis1, Nabil Zary1
1Karolinska Institutet, 2Sidney Medical School, University of Sydney, 3Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University (NTU)

Using the MedBiquitous Competency Standard to Create an Online Competency Checklist for Students in Primary Care Physician Offices for Self, Partner and Faculty Assessment and Feedback
Susan Albright,  Wayne Altman,  Isarin Sathitruangsak,  Minhthe Nguyen
Tufts University School of Medicine

Promoting alignment with MedBiquitous Standards and the AAMC Curriculum Inventory through an internal re-design of PLFSOM's curriculum management system
Naomi Lacy, Jose Lopez, Lizeth Corral, Richard Brower, Jessica Klein
Paul L. Foster School of Medicine- TTUHSC

Mobile Assessment Applications for Certification Exams
Matt Smith,  Eric Parks
American Society for Clinical Pathology

Plays Nice with Others: Integrating OpenLabyrinth via standards
David Topps1, Rachel Ellaway2, Matt Simpson3
1University of Calgary, 2Northern Ontario School of Medicine, 3Queens University

Improving Veteran Preventive Care with Mobile Support Solutions
Nina Deibler1,  Shantia McCoy-Jones2
1Serco, Inc., 2Philadelphia VA Community Living Center

A Curriculum Inspection Tool (Download presentation)
Brian Reid
Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth

12:25 PM – 2:00 PM

Lunch
Sponsored by Knowledge4You

2:00 PM – 2:55 PM

Plenary

KEYNOTE:
Extended Mind: How Digital Technologies Act as Cognitive Prostheses for Health Professionals and Health Professional Learners (Download presentation)
Rachel Ellaway, Ph.D., Assistant Dean for Curriculum and Planning, Northern Ontario School of Medicine

2:55 PM – 3:15 PM

Break

3:15 PM – 4:05 PM

Presentation and Facilitated Discussion
Apple's ResearchKit for Research in Healthcare Education 
Mike O'Reilly, MD, Apple

4:10 PM – 5:00 PM

Presentation and Facilitated Discussion
Learning Analytics: how XAPI is being used in other industries (Download presentation)
Andrew Downes, Rustici Software 

6:00 PM

Dinner at McCormick and Schmick's (included in registration costs)
Sponsored by CECity

Tuesday May 19

7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Breakfast and Registration
Breakfast sponsored by E*Value
8:00 AM – 9:30 AM

Panel Sessions

Educational Performance and Analytics

Using Learning Curve mathematical models to describe the learning of radiograph interpretation (Download presentation)
Martin Pusic1, Kathy Boutis2, Martin Pecaric3, Oleksandr Savenkov1
1NYU School of Medicine, 2University of Toronto, 3Contrail Consulting Services

OpenLabyrinth: a platform for medical education research and evaluation (Download presentation)
David Topps, Jean Rawling, Heather Armson
University of Calgary

Estimating Cost Savings From A CME Activity To Prevent Bleeding-Related Complications (Download presentation)
Dana Ravyn, Rob Lowney
CMEology

A Conceptual Model for Healthcare Education Analytics using MedBiquitous Standards (Download presentation)
Vasilis Hervatis, Nabil Zary
Karolinska Institutet

 

Analytics, Assessment, and Portfolios

Implementing a mobile e-portfolio system – Lessons learned a year on (Download presentation)
Luke Woodham, Fiona Howat, Jonathan Round, Terry Poulton
St George's University of London

Developing the Learner Portfolio for competency-based medical education (Download presentation)
Johmarx Patton, Susan Hollar
University of Michigan Medical School

Comparison Of Mid-Clerkship Faculty and Student Self-Assessment Using a Primes Ipad Application
Sandra Yingling, Lucy Y. Chang, Linda R. Tewksbury,  Harris Burstin, Martin V. Pusic, Sabrina Lee, Rhonda G. Acholonu
NYU School of Medicine

Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Simulation Reporting & Analysis Incorporating MedBiquitous and Advanced Distributive Learning (ADL) Standards:  Project Design and Implications (Download presentation)
Rosalyn P Scott1, Jonathan Poltrack2, Manny Dominguez1,  Valerie Smothers3
1Department of Veterans Affairs, 2Advanced Distributed Learning Co-Laboratory, 3MedBiquitous
 

9:30 AM – 9:45 AM

Break

9:45 AM – 11:15 AM

Panel Sessions

Educational Technology Research

Engagement Meter 2.0 (Download presentation)
Bryant Patten
MedU

Taking a broad, global and systematic approach to eLearning evidence synthesis for health professionals: progress from our Cochrane collaboration research initiative (Download presentation)
Anneliese May Lilienthal1, Josip Car2, Nabil Zary1, Stephen Tay2
1Karolinska Institutet, 2Nanyang Technological University

Effectiveness of segmentation instructional strategy in online learning modules: Are 10-minute modules the best solution? (Download presentation)
So-Young Oh
NYU School of Medicine

DocCom and the National Institute of of Drug Abuse: Education and Research (Download presentation)
Christof Daetwyler1, Barbara Schindler1, Dennis Novack1, Paul Lanken2
1Drexel University College of Medicine, 2Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

 

Virtual Patients and Simulation

Challenges and opportunities of using virtual patients in xMOOCs (Download presentation)
Nabil Zary, PhD1, Andrzej Kononowicz, PhD1, Anne H Berman, PhD2, Maciej Malawski, PhD1, Natalia Stathakarou, MSc1
1Karolinska Institutet, 2University of Science and Technology

Remote Standardized Patients (RSPs) Across the Medical Education Continuum 
Elizabeth K Kachur1, Yoon Kang2, Jeanne Sandella3, Chaoyan Dong4,  Louise Schweickerdt-Alker5, Jacqueline Ruggerio Klevan6, Ina Treadwell5, Lisa Altshuler7, Dot Horber3, Erik Langenau8
1Medical Education Development, 2Weill Cornell Medical College, 3National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners, 4National University of Singapore, 5University of Limpopo, 6Thomas Jefferson University, 7New York University School of Medicine,  8Pennsylvania College of Osteopathic Medicine

Development of an Instructional Design Theory of Virtual Patients
Manon M Schladen1, Martha Snyder2
1MedStar Health Research Institute, 2Nova Southeastern University

Stop Look Listen: Separating Fact from Fiction in Child Abuse (Download presentation)
Lucy Bruell1, Danielle Laraque, Elizabeth Kachur2
1L.A. Bruell, Inc., 2Medical Education Development

 

Curriculum Management and Analysis

Implementation of the Curriculum Inventory Standard: Preparing for Upload Cycle 3 (Download presentation)
Terri Cameron
Association of American Medical Colleges

The Power of Acting Locally: Possibilities raised by the CI Standard as a model for data expression and data sharing (Download presentation)
Sascha B Cohen1, Scott Kroyer2
1UCSF School of Medicine, 2E*Value

Development and Implementation of the MedBiquitous Curriculum Inventory Standardized Vocabulary for AAMC's Curriculum Inventory and MedEdPORTAL 
Terri Cameron, John Nash
Association of American Medical Colleges

Visual Analytics in Healthcare Education: Impacting Analytical Reasoning and Decision Making for Quality Improvement (Download presentation)
Christos Vaitsis, Gunnar Nilsson, Nabil Zary
Karolinska Institutet

11:15 AM – 11:30 AM

Break

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Plenary
PHILIP DODDS MEMORIAL LECTURE
Learning Analytics and What We Can Learn by Studying MOOC Learners
Jeff Leek, Ph.D., Associate Professor, The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Synthesis and Summary

Curriculum and Competencies
Susan Albright, Tufts University

Analytics
Tao Le, MedIQ Learning

Standards and Innovation
Ian Graham, Stawell Regional Health, East Wimmera Health Service, Beaufort & Skipton Health Service,West Wimmera Health Service, SED Clinical Education Practice and Learning

 

12:30 PM – 1:45 PM

Lunch 
Lunch sponsored by Knowledge4You

1:45 PM – 3:15 PM

Workshops

Technical Challenges in Uploading to the Curriculum Inventory
Terri Cameron, Association of American Medical Colleges

Using XAPI to track Learner Activities in Health Professions Schools
J.B. McGee, University of Pittsburgh
Ellen Meiselman, University of Michigan

3:15 PM – 3:30 PM

Break

3:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Workshops

MedBiquitous Standards Implementation (Download presentation)
Valerie Smothers, MedBiquitous
Kirke Lawton, Association of American Medical Colleges

Portfolios and workplace based assessment
Terry Poulton and Luke Woodham, St George's University of London
Johmarx Elijah Patton, University of Michigan Medical School
Ian Graham, Stawell Regional Health, East Wimmera Health Service, Beaufort & Skipton Health Service,West Wimmera Health Service, SED Clinical Education Practice and Learning 

5:00PM

Adjourn