Morning sessions included a faculty development workshop, a discussion on physician burnout and wellness, a review of frameworks, cognitive and engagement strategies, interprofessional case-based applications and interventions to guide medical education, and more.
Quentin Youmans, MD, Linda Suleiman, MD, Adesuwa Akhetuamhen, MD, and medical students, Mateus Lima and Ramael Ohiomoba, led a workshop exploring the unique challenges underrepresented minority trainees face during the transition from medical school to residency and discussed how senior peer mentorship can effectively mitigate these challenges.
Speaker Martin Pusic, MD, PhD, FRCP(C), delivered his keynote address on "learning analytics" and its application in cognitive simulation for health professions education.
"You and I as educators need to use our imaginations because we can do so much more than what we could do before," said Pusic.
During the closing awards reception, Walter Eppich, MD, PhD, director of FAME, presented the winners of the John X. Thomas, Jr. Best Teachers of Feinberg Award and FAME Excellence in Teaching Award.