TeachingEM

 

Saturday, March 9, 2019

7:30am-12:15pm
TeachingEM: Improving Your Presentation Skills & Learning Theory You Need to Know
4.5 Credits

1:15pm-5:15pm
TeachingEM: Improving Feedback, Supporting the Struggling Learner & Big Sick Teaching
4 Credits

#TTCAAEM19

Jointly provided by The Teaching CoOp

 


Extend Your Educational Experience:
Register for the TeachingEM Course and then extend your trip to attend the 25th Annual Scientific Assembly, March 9-13, 2019.


 

Course Description

TeachingEM pre-conference course is open to health care professionals (physicians, nurses, physician assistants, paramedics, etc.) looking to make a difference in medical education. The overall aim of the course is to give participants the tools necessary to change the world of medical education. You will leave from TeachingEM with the necessary tools to improve engagement and increase learning while teaching relevant techniques in medical education.

In the morning session, the focus will be Improving Your Presentation Skills. Attendees will be a part of the dissection of the typical presentation, the science behind learning and lectures, as well as small-group learning and discussion that results in improved supportive media, improved content, and improved delivery.  This course will revolutionize the way you think about giving lectures and help you to inspire and deliver better learning.

Salim Rezaie of REBEL EM Blog & Podcast will lead the morning session with his unique style of slide design and some takeaway tools to easily and immediately change your next presentation, in addition to the unique needs of the medical lecturer: case presentation, scientific evidence & short talk (Breve Dulce) delivery.

In the afternoon session, Improving Feedback, Supporting the Struggling Learner & Big Sick Teaching, our TeachingEM faculty will engage attendees in the difficult subject of effective feedback. Feedback is core to developing clinicians - how can we rethink our feedback techniques to make sure our learners make the changes we need them to? You will interact with our faculty experts with small group exercises that will show you why the positive/negative/positive "sandwich" is outdated and how we can give and receive effective feedback instead.

The aim of this session is to inspire you to think differently about how you give feedback and most importantly, how you receive feedback. We are going to change the feedback discussion from simply how we give it, to one about how we give and receive it. Only when we understand both can we get to the stage where we can maximize its potential for lifelong learning and development. We will discuss three categories of feedback: appreciation, coaching, and evaluation; how to achieve a balance in filtering the good, the bad, and the irrelevant; and giving feedback in tough situations when the news is not great.

 


Credit Designation Statement

The American Academy of Emergency Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 4.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

The American Academy of Emergency Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 4 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

 


Learning Objectives

  1. Describe an effective, learner-centered model for delivering effective feedback in medical education practice.
  2. Discuss the science of successful learning and how to translate this into medical education practice.
  3. Inspire and motivate course attendees to utilize cutting-edge teaching techniques in order to make them more effective educators.

 


Registration


TeachingEM registration is available through the AAEM19 portal. You have the option to register only for this course or to register for both this course and AAEM19.

 

Course Fees

TeachingEM: Improving Your Presentation Skills & Learning Theory You Need to Know

  • AAEM Member: $450
  • Non-AAEM Member: $850
  • AAEM/RSA Resident Member: $300
  • AAEM Fellow-in-Training Member: $300
  • Non-Member Residents & Fellows: $360

 

TeachingEM: Improving Feedback, Supporting the Struggling Learner & Big Sick Teaching

  • AAEM Member: $450
  • Non-AAEM Member: $850
  • AAEM/RSA Resident Member: $300
  • AAEM Fellow-in-Training Member: $300
  • Non-Member Residents & Fellows: $360

 


Course Director

Julie C. Derringer, MSN RN
Emergency Nurse Traveler & Clinical Nurse Educator

 

Course Faculty

Jordana Haber Hasan, MD
Critical Care Specialist, Maimonides Medical Center, Las Vegas, NV

Ashley Liebig, RN CCRN
Travis County Star Flight, Austin, TX

Salim Rezaie, MD FAAEM
Greater San Antonio Emergency Physicians, P.A. (GSEP), San Antonio, Texas

Jeff Riddell, MD
USC Keck School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA

George Willis, MD FAAEM
University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD

 


Tentative Course Schedule - Saturday, March 9, 2019

Improving Your Presentation Skills & Learning Theory You Need to Know

4.5 Credits

All attendees are encouraged to bring laptops & an old presentation to re-vamp.

Improving Your Presentation Skills

7:30am-7:35am

Welcome + Essentials
Salim Rezaie, MD FAAEM

7:35am-8:00am

Icebreaker Activity
All Faculty

8:00am-8:10am

Three Essential Elements of Presentation Design
Salim Rezaie, MD FAAEM

8:10am-8:20am

Developing the Story
George Willis, MD FAAEM

8:20am-8:50am

Mind Map/Brainstorm/Storyboard Workshop
All Faculty

8:50am-9:00am

Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning
Jeff Riddell, MD

9:00am-9:10am

Basic Concepts of Supportive Media
Salim Rezaie, MD FAAEM

9:10am-9:20am

Performance Aspects of Presentation
Ashley Liebig, RN CCRN

9:20am-9:50am

Volunteer Presentations
All Faculty

9:50am-10:00am

Q & A
All Faculty

10:00am-10:15am

Coffee Break

Learning Theory You Need to Know

10:15am-10:45am

Educational Theories You Must Know
All Faculty

10:45am-10:55am

How Do We Cope with Struggling
George Willis, MD FAAEM

10:55am-11:05am

How Do We Turn New Knowledge into Old Knowledge
Ashley Liebig, RN CCRN

11:05am-11:15am

How Do We Get Better at Remembering Things
Salim Rezaie, MD FAAEM

11:15am-11:25am

How Do We Learn New Things
Jeff Riddell, MD

11:25am-11:35am

How Do We Get the Most Out of Reading
Jeff Riddell, MD

11:35am-11:45am

How Do We Learn Difficult, Rare Procedures
Salim Rezaie, MD FAAEM

11:45am-11:55am

How Do We Know That Trainees Really Do Stuff
Jeff Riddell, MD

11:55am-12:05pm

What is the Path to Awesome
Ashley Liebig, RN CCRN

12:05pm-12:15pm

What Do You Need to Learn
Jeff Riddell, MD

12:15pm-1:15pm

Lunch on your own

 

Improving Feedback, Supporting the Struggling Learner & Big Sick Teaching

4 Credits

Improving Feedback

1:00pm-1:10pm

Why is Feedback Important?
George Willis, MD FAAEM

1:10pm-1:40pm

Hot/Cold Game
All Faculty

1:40pm-1:50pm

Thanks for the Feedback
Ashley Liebig, RN CCRN

1:50pm-2:00pm

The Educational Alliance
Jeff Riddell, MD

2:00pm-2:10pm

Types of Feedback
George Willis, MD FAAEM

2:10pm-2:20pm

Speaking Giraffe and Difficult Learners
Ashley Liebig, RN CCRN

2:20pm-2:50pm

Examples of Feedback
All Faculty

2:50pm-3:00pm

Q+A
All Faculty

3:00pm-3:15pm

Coffee Break

Big Sick Teaching

3:15pm-3:40pm

What Are The Big Barriers

3:40pm-4:05pm

How Do We Overcome Big Barriers

4:05pm-4:30pm

Teaching During a Resuscitation

4:30pm-4:50pm

Final Thoughts - Panel Discussion
All Faculty

4:50pm-5:15pm

Wrap Up
All Faculty