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Lectures, Presentations, and Workshops 2018-2019 Annual Report

INVITED LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS

1. Azzam A. Embracing Wikipedia-editing as a teaching & learning tool in health professional schools- an emerging global movement. University of the Pacific Dental School Faculty Development Day. San Francisco, CA. December 2018.

2. Azzam A., Maggio N. ILAE Wikipedia Project. International League Against Epilepsy World Congress. Bangkok, Thailand. June 2019.

3. Berman R. Developing a Strategic Vision for Recruitment. AAIM. Philadelphia, PA. April 2019.

4. Bibbins-Domingo B. DPWM: Distinguished Professor of Women and Medicine Keynote Lecture. Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. May 2019.

5. Brear S. A Dashboard for Faculty Development. Academy of Academic Leadership Institute of Teaching and Learning. Online. February 2019.

6. Bullock J. Medical Education Grand Rounds. Keck School of Medicine of USC. Los Angeles, CA. June 2019.

7. Chou C. Colleague-Colleague Communication. University of Arkansas Medical School. Little Rock, AR. December 2018.

8. Chou C. Communication Skills for Providers. Ministry of Health. Singapore, Singapore. December 2018.

9. Chou C. Connecting in Healthcare: Relationship-Centered Communication. University of Nebraska School of Medicine. Omaha, NE. March 2019.

10. Chou C. Feedback and Remediation in Medical Education. University of Vermont School of Medicine. Burlington, VT. January 2019.

11. Chou C. How to Help the Struggling Learner. Association of Pathology Chairs. San Diego, CA. July 2018.

12. Chou C. How to Help the Struggling Learner. University of Rochester School of Medicine - Meyerowitz Lecture. Rochester, NY. March 2019.

13. Chou C. Navigating Communication Challenges. Emory School of Medicine - Medical Education Day keynote. Atlanta, GA. March 2019.

14. Chou C. Remediation in Medical Education. Harvard Medical School, Medical Education Grand Rounds. Cambridge, MA. September 2018.

15. Chou C. Resilience. American Society of Clinical Oncology. Duarte, CA. March 2019.

16. Davis D. Communication in Healthcare Train the Trainer program. Lead Faculty, Coach, Presenter. University of Iowa. Iowa City, IA. September 2018-January 2019.

17. Davis D. Diversity, Equity and Inclusion National Faculty Development Winter Course, 6 hour multi-day training. Curriculum Design and Lead Faculty Facilitator. Academy on Communication in Healthcare Diversity. Scottsdale, AZ. January-February 2019.

18. Dhaliwal G. Clinical Reasoning: Good to Great. Grand Rounds. Visiting Professor. Metro Health Medical Center Charles Rammelkamp Jr. Cleveland, OH. October 2018.

19. Dhaliwal G. Clinical Reasoning: Good to Great. University of Minnesota School of Medicine. Minneapolis, MN. February 2019.

20. Dhaliwal G. Learning from Cases in Practice & Practice with Cases for Learning. Grand Rounds. Visiting Professor of Hospital Medicine. Emory University. Atlanta, GA. March 2019.

21. Dhaliwal G. No One Cares How Much You Know. AOA Visiting Professor. Tufts University School of Medicine. Boston, MA. March 2019.

22. Dhaliwal G. Learning from Cases in Practice & Practice with Cases for Learning. Grand Rounds. Medical Education Day. University of Kansas. Lawrence, KS. April 2019.

23. Dhaliwal G. Learning from Cases in Practice & Practice with Cases for Learning. Grand Rounds. John Hopkins University. Baltimore, MD. May 2019.

24. Dhaliwal G. Noble Wiley Jones Grand Rounds Lecture: Learning from Cases in Practice & Practice with Cases for Learning. Oregon Health Sciences University. Portland, OR. May 2019.

25. Duong D. Interviewing Medical Students. American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Teaching Fellowship. Dallas, TX. August 2018.

26. Duong D. Medical Education Journal Club. Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine (CORD) Academic Assembly. Seattle, WA. March 2019.

27. Duong D., Spector J. New Programs and Leaders Survival Stories. Council of Residency Directors (CORD) Academic Assembly. Seattle, WA. March 2019.

28. Duong D., Hern H. Funding a Wellness Counselor. Council of Residency Directors (CORD) in Emergency Medicine Academic Assembly. Seattle, WA. March 2019.

29. Duong D. Mentoring Medical Students. American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Teaching Fellowship. Dallas, TX. August 2018.

30. Duong D. Writing the EM Standard Letter of Evaluation. American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Teaching Fellowship. Dallas, TX. August 2018.

31. Elkin D. Art, Actually: Using Art to Teach Psychiatric Principles. Association of Academic Psychiatry. Milwaukee, WI. September 2018.

32. Essex G. Dental Students and Collaboration: Enriching Teamwork and Developing Collegiality. American Dental Education Association. Chicago, IL. March 2019.

33. Green C. Development and Implementation of the UCSF General Surgery Robotic Training Curriculum. Invited by UCSF Department of Surgery. Third Annual University of California Robotic Collaborative Symposium. San Francisco, CA. July 2018.

34. Gropper M. Practical Approaches to Strengthening Equity and Inclusion. Society of Academic Associations of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. November 2018.

35. Hauer K. Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Grand Rounds: competency assessment. Kaiser Permanente. San Francisco, CA. July 2018.

36. Hauer K. Center for Health Education Scholarship (CHES), University of British Columbia: entrustment, learner assessment, coaching. Center for Health Education Scholarship (CHES). British Columbia, Canada. February 2019.

37. Hauer K. Tufts University Medical Education symposium speaker: coaching, student assessment. Tufts University. Boston, MA. April 2019.

38. Hughes S. Curriculum Hackathon: change and innovation. American Dental Education Association (ADEA). San Francisco, CA. September 2018.

39. Hyland K. Teachers Mentoring Teachers: Experiences from the UCSF Academy of Medical Educators’ Teaching Observation Program. Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Health Sciences Education Grand Rounds. Nashville, TN. February 2019.

40. Irby DM. Clinical teacher knowledge and reasoning. Fourth Montreal International Clinical Reasoning Conference. Montreal, Quebec, Canada. October 2018.

41. Irby DM. Improving learning environments: How should we think about them? Where do we begin? Washington University College of Veterinary Medicine. Pullman, WA. March 2019.

42. Irby DM. Improving learning environments: What do we know and how can we do it? University of Virginia School of Medicine. Charlottesville, VA. March 2019.

43. Laponis R., Myers K. Relationship Centered Communication. Renown Health. Reno, Nevada. October 2018.

44. Mazotti L. Medical Education Grand Rounds. Mt. Sinai School of Medicine. New York, NY. April 2019.

45. McLeod S. Peer Review Process. AAO and ARVO Collaborative Webinar. San Francisco, CA. May 2019.

46. McLeod S. Time Management for Academic Leaders. American University Professors of Ophthalmology. Ft. Lauderdale, FL. January 2019.

47. McNamara M. Health Systems Science Through the Medical Education Continuum. American Medical Association (AMA) Accelerating Change in Medical Education Conference. Hershey, PA. August 2018.

48. O'Brien B. What is "good use" of theory in health professions education. University of Washington. Seattle, WA. April 2019.

49. O'Sullivan PS. Educational Scholarship Where We Need to Go and How to Start and Creating a Road Map for Educational Scholarship, Visiting Professor. Center for Innovation and Leadership in Education, Georgetown University Medical Center. Washington, DC. January 2019.

50. O'Sullivan PS. Discussant and Workshop Presenter. Irish Doctoral Education Academy and Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland. Dublin, Ireland. March 2019.

51. O'Sullivan PS. Experts weigh in on the conference theme of Fueling Educational Curiosity & Creativity by Connecting People & Ideas, Keynote Panelist. The Generalists in Medical Education. Virtual. November 2018.

52. O'Sullivan PS. Education that works: Pedagogy that works, Keynote and Panel Facilitator. International Association of Law Schools. Doha, Qatar. November 2018.

53. O'Sullivan PS. Faculty Teaching Forum 2018, Social Accountability: Part of the UCSF Fiber, Keynote. Imperial College of Medicine. London, United Kingdom. November 2018.

54. O'Sullivan PS. Identity as an Educator and Educational Scholarship, Visiting Professor. Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell. Long Island, NY. December 2018.

55. O'Sullivan PS. Cognitive Load Theory and Identity Development, Keynote and Workshop Presenter. Centre for Faculty Development, University of Toronto. Toronto, Canada. June 2019.

56. O'Sullivan PS. Cognitive Load Theory and Identity Development, Keynote and Workshop Presenter. Medical College of Wisconsin. Milwaukee, WI. April 2019.

57. Pardo M. Time-efficient Strategies for Clinical Anesthesia Teaching. Hospital for Special Surgery. New York, NY. September 2018.

58. Pon T. Difficult times in precepting: navigating challenging situations. UC Davis Health. Sacramento, CA. March 2019.

59. Poncelet A. Leading Innovations in Health Care Education. Harvard Macy Institute. Boston, MA. June 2019.

60. Poncelet A. Leadership Education and Development Certificate Program (LEAD) module facilitator. Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Leadership Program. Washington, DC. May 2019.

61. Poncelet A. Educator Academies: the Power of Community. Kaiser Permanente, San Francisco Academy of Medical Educators Induction Ceremony. San Francisco, CA. January 2019.

62. Poncelet A. Faculty Peer Observation Programs, "Teaching Observation Program (TOP). Academies Collaborative Webinar. February 2019.

63. Ramachandran R. Pathologists as leaders in medical education. Association of Pathology Chairs (APC) West and Midwest Chairs and Administrators Regional Conference. Kapalua, HI. November 2018.

64. Ramachandran R. Pathology Education in an Integrated Medical School Curriculum: the UCSF Bridges Experience. Association of Pathology Chairs, Undergraduate Medical Educators Section. Coronado, CA. July 2018.

65. Reid MJA. Creating an interprofessional education curriculum for Africa to improve HIV education. African Forum for Research and Education in Health (AFRE). Johannesburg, South Africa. May 2019.

66. Reid MJA. Creating an interprofessional education curriculum for Africa to improve HIV education. African Forum for Research and Education in Health (AFRE). Kampala, Uganda. June 2019.

67. Rupa T. A pathway from postdoc to teaching: experiences at community colleges, private universities, and professional schools. Georgetown University. Washington, DC. June 2019.

68. Sarah G. Intercultural Communication: Bridging Gaps in Cultural Sensitivity. Society for Education in Anesthesia. Denver, CO. April 2019.

69. Sarah G. Navigating Applications to Medical School and Residency as an LGBTQ+ Applicant. Building the Next Generation of Academic Physicians (BNGAP) LGBT Health Workforce Conference. New York, NY. May 2019.

70. Sarah G. What Can We Learn from an Undergraduate Medical Education Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Curriculum Landscape Assessment. Building the Next Generation of Academic Physicians (BNGAP) LGBT Health Workforce Conference. New York, NY. May 2019.

71. Saxe J. Continuous quality improvement in health care: theory, implementation and application. Chinese University, The Nethersole School of Nursing. Hong Kong, China. September 2018.

72. Sehgal N. Aligning Delivery System and Training Missions in Academic Healthcare Centers to Promote High-Value Care. Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Integrating Quality Conference. Minneapolis, MN. June 2019.

73. Sehgal N. Building a Pipeline of Clinical Innovators: Opportunities for Careers in Innovation & Care Redesign. Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Integrating Quality Conference. Minneapolis, MN. June 2019.

74. Seritan AL. Being the best we can be: Resilience as self-care competency. Baylor Scott & White – Texas A&M Dept. of Psychiatry Grand Rounds. Temple, TX. November 2018.

75. Sharpe B. DPHM: Distinguished Professor of Hospital Medicine Keynote Lecture. Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. May 2019.

76. Sharpe B. How to Make High-Yield Teaching Points on the Fly. Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) Annual Conference. National Harbor, MD. March 2019.

77. Sharpe B., Rendon P. How to Give Effective Peer-to-Peer Feedback. Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) Annual Conference. National Harbor, MD. March 2019.

78. Sinskey J. Conflict Management: What Anesthesiologists Need to Know. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, PA. February 2019.

79. Sinskey J. Conflict Management: What Anesthesiologists Need to Know. Department of Anesthesiology, Pain and Perioperative Medicine Grand Rounds. Children’s National. Washington, DC. February 2019.

80. Sinskey J. Conflict Management: What Anesthesiologists Need to Know. Johns Hopkins. Baltimore, MD. February 2019.

81. Sosa J. Diversity in American surgery. Society of Surgical Chairs. Boston, MA. October 2018.

82. Sosa J. Following your dreams…and becoming a surgeon! Key note speaker, National Youth Forum. University of California Berkeley. Berkeley, CA. June 2019.

83. Sosa J. Who makes it to the end? Understanding challenges faced by surgery residents in the U.S. Mayo Clinic. Rochester, MN. September 2018.

84. Sosa J. Who makes it to the end? Understanding the barriers faced in training the next generation of surgeons. Department of Surgery, University of California at San Diego. San Diego, CA. February 2019.

85. Sosa J. Women in Surgery Visiting Professor at UCLA. Department of Surgery, University of California Los Angeles. Los Angeles, CA. March 2019.

86. Sueldo C. ABOG Maintenance of Certification: 2 REI Articles and Their Take-Aways. UCSF-Fresno Department of ObGyn. Clovis, CA. February 2019.

87. ten Cate O. Enabling the health workforce to deliver Universal Health Coverage: the role of Competency Based Education and Entrustable Professional Activities. Lunch meeting World Health Organization (WHO). Geneva, Switzerland. July 2018.

88. ten Cate O. Achtergronden en betekenis van entrustable professional activities in het onderwijs in de gezondheidszorg. Professionaliseringsdagen Ambulancezorg. Scheveningen, Netherlands. March 2019.

89. ten Cate O. Achtergronden en betekenis van entrustable professional activities in het onderwijs in de gezondheidszorg. Studiedag Nederlandse Vereniging van Anesthesiemedewerkers (NVAM). Eindhoven, Netherlands. January 2019.

90. ten Cate O. CBME Summit Closing Remarks. Summit on Competency-based Medical Education (CBME). Basel, Switzerland. August 2018.

91. ten Cate O. Competencies and Entrustable Professional Activities for medical education (and specifically for pediatrics). Webinar. Young European Academy of Pediatrics. October 2018.

92. ten Cate O. Competencies and Entrustable Professional Activities for medical education. Sabana University. Bogotá, Colombia. November 2018.

93. ten Cate O. Competencies and Entrustable Professional Activities in medical education. Conference Medical Education to Debate. Faculty of Medicine, National Autonomous University of Mexico. Mexico City, Mexico. September 2018.

94. ten Cate O. Competencies and Entrustable Professional Activities in Surgery. Keynote address at the opening of the Amsterdam Skill Centre. Amsterdam Skill Centre. Amsterdam, Netherlands. February 2019.

95. ten Cate O. Competency-based education and Entrustable professional activities (EPAs) for the health professions. Symposium 25 years Unit R&D of Medical Education. University of Geneva, Faculty of Medicine. Geneva, Switzerland. June 2019.

96. ten Cate O. Competency-Based Education Using Entrustable Professional Activities: Explanation and Rationale. American Dental Education Association (ADEA) and Association for Dental Education in Europe (ADEE) Conference Shaping the Future of Dental Education III. Brescia, Italy. April 2019.

97. ten Cate O. Competency-Based Education Using Entrustable Professional Activities: Explanation and Rationale. American Dental Education Association (ADEA) Summit on the Future of Assessment in Dental Education. ADEA Headquarters. Washington, DC. February 2019.

98. ten Cate O. Curriculum development using Entrustable professional activities (EPAs) Examples from practice. American Dental Education Association (ADEA) and Association for Dental Education in Europe (ADEE) Conference Shaping the Future of Dental Education III. Brescia, Italy. April 2019.

99. ten Cate O. Entrustable professional activities (EPAs) for the health professions. CIPhER visiting scholar program. University of North Carolina, School of Pharmacy. Chapel Hill, NC. February 2019.

100. ten Cate O. Entrustable professional activities and entrustment decision making in health professions training. Keynote. School of Health Professions Education (SHE) Academy Conference. Maastricht University. Maastricht, Netherlands. March 2019.

101. ten Cate O. EPA’s in het Raamplan Artsopleiding? Vergadering Raamplancommissie. Utrecht, Netherlands. January 2019.

102. ten Cate O. Het waarom achter de EPA’s en assessment van EPA’s in de opleidingspraktijk. Centrale Opleidings Commissie (COC) symposium. Utrecht, Netherlands. March 2019.

103. ten Cate O. How Can Entrustable Professional Activities Serve to Improve Quality and Safety in Health Care Within and Beyond Training? Symposium Is EPA-based Training a Practical Approach to Improve Patient Safety and Work Performance? Asia Pacific Medical Education Conference. Singapore, Singapore. January 2019.

104. ten Cate O. How can medical education respond to a rapidly changing health care environment, invaded by technology and AI? National symposium of the Center for Medical Expertise. Jyväskylä, Finland. September 2018.

105. ten Cate O. Ins and Outs of Entrustable Professional Activities. Some things you may, or may not, know. Invited plenary. Asia Pacific Medical Education Conference. Singapore, Singapore. January 2019.

106. ten Cate O. Some Thoughts on Competencies and EPAs related to the Global Competency Framework for Universal Health Coverage. WHO working conference. Geneva, Switzerland. December 2018.

107. ten Cate O. The development and use of entrustable professional activities (EPAs) for the health professions. 78th FIP World Congress of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Glasgow, Scotland. September 2018.

108. ten Cate O. Time variability in medical training: rationale, theoretical perspectives, opportunities and challenges. Session Towards Competency-Based Time-Variable Medical Education. Annual Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Learn Serve Lead conference. Austin, TX. November 2018.

109. ten Cate O. Valuing what trainees are ready to do, rather than what they have done: entrustment as assessment. Symposium Frontiers in the Assessment of Entrustment & Competence Across the Profession. American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting. Toronto, Canada. April 2019.

110. ten Cate O. Workplace learning in the professions: Some issues to think about. Discussant contribution. American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting. Toronto, Canada. April 2019.

111. ten Cate O. Time variability in medical training: rationale, theoretical perspectives, opportunities and challenges. Harvard Macy Educators Course, Session Time-Variable Medical Education. Boston, MA. May 2019.

112. Thomas L. Beyond Burnout: What's New in Physician Well-being, and What's Next? Keynote speaker. University of California 47th Annual Advances in Internal Medicine. May-June 2019.

113. Thomas L. Surviving Burnout: Solutions for Clinicians and the Systems They Work In. Mayo Clinic 31st Annual Selected Topics in Internal Medicine Annual Update. Waikoloa, HI. January-February 2019.

114. Thomas L. Well, Now What? Current Conditions and Future Directions in Physician Well-being. Highland Hospital Department of Medicine Grand Rounds. Oakland, CA. August 2018.

115. Thomas L. Well, Now What? What's New in Physician Well-being, and What's Next? Kaiser Northern California Grand Rounds. San Francisco, CA. February 2019.

116. Topp K. Assessment to Inform DPT Program Outcomes: Accreditation to Program Excellence. American Physical Therapy Association. New Orleans, LA. February 2019.

117. Valbuena G. How to foster a culture of responsibility and passion for education. University of Seville. Seville, Spain. December 2018.

118. Van Der Schaaf M. Docenten van de toekomst: Ontwikkelmogelijkheden in verschillende taken. Velov congres. Breda, Netherlands. March 2019.

119. Van Der Schaaf M. How is teachers’ feedback-seeking frequency related to their performance scores. International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE) 2018. Manila, Phillipines. November 2018.

120. Van Der Schaaf M. How to design for embodied dynamic development toward proportional actions, perceptions and descriptions? IV4J project Utrecht. Utrecht, Netherlands. October 2018.

121. van Schaik S., Irby DM. Improving Learning Environments - 2 day symposium with plenary talks and workshops. Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine Teaching Academy. Pullman, WA. January 2019.

122. van Schaik S. The Emerging Learning Environment, Invited Discussant of RIME session. Annual AAMC Learn, Serve, Lead Meeting. Austin, TX. November 2018.

123. van Schaik S. Optimizing Learning Environment in Health Professions Education: From Vision to Action. 2019 Medical Education Day for Health Professionals, University of British Columbia. Vancouver, BC, Canada. May 2019.

124. van Schaik S., Gruppen L., Kim S. Finding the Needle in the Haystack: Funding for Your Educational Research, Invited Panelist. Annual Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Learn, Serve, Lead Meeting. Austin, TX. November 2018.

125. van Schaik S., Crow S., Stefanidis D., Sinz E. Innovations in Simulation-based Assessment of Competencies, Invited Presenter. Annual Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Learn, Serve, Lead Meeting. Austin, TX. November 2018.

126. van Schaik S., Irby DM. Optimizing Learning environments for the health professions, Plenary Session. Developing Medical Educators of the 21st Century Course. San Francisco, CA. February 2019.

127. Wamsley M. Communicate, Collaborate, Engage: An interprofessional education discussion in the health sciences. University of Washington. Seattle, WA. January 2019.

128. Whetstone S. Examining the gap between diversity and inclusion. Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Boston, MA. October 2018.

Other Presentations

1. Auerbach A., Leykum L., Singh H. Research Shark Tank. Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) Annual Conference. National Harbor, MD. March 2019.

2. Bakke B., Hauer K., Sheu L. Fostering Student Feedback Engagement in a Longitudinal Coach Relationship. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

3. Bindman A., Carrese J., Dzeng E., George M., Wynia M. SSF2: Physician Advocacy: Ethical Imperative or Ethical Peril? Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. May 2019.

4. Buckelew S., Cookson M., Glasgow T., Kaul P., Richards B., Sriram I. Lessons from EPAC: Why a Growth Mindset Matters. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

5. Bullock J., Aronowitz P., Dellmore D., Fung C., Hauer K., Knight C., Lai C., Lockspeiser T., O’Sullivan P. Does Grading Make the Grade? Medical students’ perceptions of the fairness and accuracy of clerkship grading. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

6. Chin-Hong P., Loeser H., O’Sullivan P., Peterson A., Ramachandran R. Impact of an innovative endowed chair program on medical educator recipients. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

7. Choi N., Daya S., Kryzhanovskaya I. Empowering Learners with Patient Advocacy Tools to Promote Health Equity in Clinical Practice. Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) National Meeting, CA-HI Regional. Los Angeles, CA. January 2019.

8. Clemons S., Cornett P., Lupton K. Revamping the Traditional 4th Year with Increased Academic Rigor and Focused Residency Preparation. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

9. Cook J., Manuel J., O’Brien B. Following up on physician and NP trainees’ use of MI in primary care: A qualitative exploration of perceptions and practice patterns 9 months post-training. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

10. Crow S., Stefanidis D., Sinz E., van Schaik S. Innovations in Simulation-based Assessment of Competencies, Invited Presenter. Annual AAMC Learn, Serve, Lead Meeting. Austin, TX. November 2018.

11. Daniel R., Lupton K. Evaluating Curricular Materials for Cultural Humility. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

12. Davis D. Immersive Learning Conference: Teaching Through Collaborative Student-Centric Pedagogies. Small Learning Group Facilitator. Samuel Merritt University. Oakland, CA. July-August 2018.

13. Davis D. Train the Trainer National Summit 2 day program. Small Group Facilitator. Academy on Communication in Healthcare. Scottsdale, AZ. January 2019.

14. Dhaliwal G., Cooper C., Krakow D., Palabindala R., Shah Sata S. Medical Jeopardy. Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) Annual Conference. National Harbor, MD. March 2019.

15. Dohse A., Galbreath T., Tran-Taylor DQ. Reimagining of Medical School Orientation. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

16. Duong D. Diversity and the New ACGME Common Program Requirements. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV. May 2019.

17. Fernandez A., Mejia R., Palacio A., Palacio A., Perez-Stable E., Tamariz L. SSM1: Courage to Lead: Achieving Health Equity in the Americas. Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. May 2019.

18. Floren L. Knowledge construction in interprofessional clinical trainee teams. Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Annual Conference. Basel, Switzerland. August 2018.

19. Galbreath T. LabSpot Scholarly Project Search & Tracking. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

20. GaleWyrick S., Hahn T., MacKenzie T., Pittner-Smith C., Wortis N. Put Me in Coach! Benefits of Medical Student Coaching for Students, Faculty, and the Field of Family Medicine. Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) Annual Spring Conference. Ontario, Canada. April 2019.

21. GaleWyrick S., Harrison F., Person-Rennell N., Tenney R., Turocy M. In Our Hands: A Primary Care Procedures Elective Teaches Medical Students the Scope and Role of Family Medicine. Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) Annual Spring Conference. Ontario, Canada. April 2019.

22. Green C. Teaching in the robotic environment: Use of alternative approaches to guide operative instruction. Association of Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Annual Conference. Basel, Switzerland. August 2018.

23. Gruppen L., Kim S., van Schaik S. Finding the Needle in the Haystack: Funding for Your Educational Research, Invited Panelist. Annual AAMC Learn, Serve, Lead Meeting. Austin, TX. November 2018.

24. Hauer K., Boscardin C., Iverson N., Kaner S., Quach A., Yuan P. Fostering Medical Students' Lifelong Learning Skills with a Dashboard, Coaching, and Learning Planning. CMBE Summit at Association for Medical Education in Europe. Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Annual Meeting. Basel, Switzerland. August 2018.

25. Hauer K., Frank A., Mills L., Muller-Juge V., O'Sullivan PS. Clerkship grading committees: the Impact of Group Decision Making for Clerkship Grading. CMBE Summit at Association for Medical Education in Europe. Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE). Basel, Switzerland. August 2018.

26. Hauer K., Lucey C., Gardner R., Khanna R., Lisker S., Rojek A., Sakarm U., Yi J. Differences in Narrative Language in Evaluations of Medical Students by the Gender and Under-represented Minority Status of Medical Educators. Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) National Meeting. Washington, DC. May 2019.

27. Hung E., Hauer K., Lomen-Hoerth C., Kryzhanovskaya I. Impact of a Longitudinal Professional Identity Formation (PIF) Curriculum. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

28. Jones L., Teraguchi D., Willies-Jacobo L. Holistic Student Affairs Model of Support: Addressing Social Determinants of Medicine Education. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

29. Julian K., Hauer K., Penner J., Sheu L. How Preceptors in an Internal Medicine Continuity Clinic Develop Trust in Residents. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

30. Julian K., Lupton K., Omuwunmi A., Schaeffer S., Swails J. Implementing Holistic Review in Graduate Medical Education: A Tool to Increase Diversity in Alignment with Your Program Mission. Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) National Meeting. Washington, DC. May 2019.

31. Julian K., Chacko K., Gross E., Iyer S., Sacro Y. Practicing medicine in the community: how to engage residents in clinical practice with vulnerable populations. Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) National Meeting. Washington, DC. May 2019.

32. Kryzhanovskaya I. Clinician Educator tracks across the country. Panel Speaker. Society of General Internal Medicine Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) National Meeting. Washington, DC. May 2019.

33. Lucey C., ten Cate T., Whelan A. Toward Competency-Based Time-Variable Medical Education. Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Learn, Serve, Lead Annual Meeting. Austin, TX. November 2018.

34. Lucey C., Girotti J., Goodell K., Hanson J. Evaluating the Impact, Use, and Predictive Validity of the New MCAT Exam. Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Learn, Serve, Lead Annual Meeting. Austin, TX. November 2018.

35. Margeta M. Designing a Longitudinal Pathology Curriculum in an Integrated Curriculum Environment. Association of Pathology Chairs (APC) West and Midwest Chairs and Administrators Regional Conference. Kapalua, HI. November 2018.

36. O'Sullivan PS. Discussant and Workshop Presenter. Irish Doctoral Education Academy and Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland. Dublin, Ireland. March 2019.

37. O'Sullivan PS. Interprofessional Education and Memorial Session, Discussant and Presenter. American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting. Toronto, Canada. April 2019.

38. Pai J. Exploring basic science discussion during internal medicine rounds with clerkship medical students. Association of Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Annual Conference. Basel, Switzerland. August 2018.

39. Ransohoff A., Ng F. The role of the quality improvement project in medical school curriculum: Evaluating a comprehensive approach to interpersonal violence in a safety net primary care setting. American Medical Association (AMA) Accelerating Change in Medical Education Conference. Hershey, PA. August 2018.

40. Rosenbluth G., Giudice E., Gordon B., Goslings S., Gustafson S., Myers R., Pomeroy L., Ramundo M., Smith S., Taurassi C., Zwemer E. Forum for Chief Residents. Association of Pediatric Program Directors. New Orleans, LA. March 2019.

41. Sanyal-Dey P., Kwan B., Rendon P. Call Night: Common Scenarios Encountered and Strategies to Make it Through the Night. Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) Annual Conference. National Harbor, MD. March 2019.

42. Santhosh L., Arora V., Chopra V., Wray C. Tweet Your Way to the Top? Social Media as a Career Development Tool in Hospital Medicine. Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) Annual Conference. National Harbor, MD. March 2019.

43. Schaaf M. Foreign Medical Graduate Short Term Clinical Education Symposium Panel Moderator. Medical Education Perspective. Washington, DC. September 2018.

44. Seritan AL. Competency-based assessment for residency education: Focus on OPAs (observable practice activities). Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Annual Meeting. Austin, TX. November 2018.

45. Sewell J. Cognitive load theory for training health professionals in the workplace: A BEME review of studies among diverse professions. Association of Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Annual Conference. Basel, Switzerland. August 2018.

46. Sewell J., Boscardin C., Bowen J., O’Sullivan PS., Shah B., ten Cate O. Learning Challenges, Teaching Strategies, and Cognitive Load: Experience of Seasoned Endoscopy Teachers. American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting. Toronto, Canada. April 2019.

47. Tabas J. Impact of an Institutional MOC4 Program at UCSF. UCSF Health Improvement Symposium. San Francisco, CA. May 2019.

48. Tabas J. Supervision of Learners in QI Projects Across the Continuum Poster. American Board of Medical Specialties. Las Vegas, NV. September 2018.

49. Teherani A., Griffin E., Jain S., Nash R., Olson K., Shonkwiler G. Show me the money-exploring the use of performance data to facilitate optimal student progression. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

50. Teherani A. Academic Writing and Scholarship (discussant). American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting. Toronto, Canada. April 2019.

51. Thomas L. Free Your Right Brain to Improve Well-being: Creative Techniques to Overcome Analysis Paralysis. Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM) Academic Internal Medicine Week. Philadelphia, PA. April 2019.

52. Truong B., Becker P., Chen S., Ip W., Sow M., Whittemore J. Putting the AI into TrAIning: A novel use of virtual patients for assessment. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

53. Van Der Schaaf M. Developing a university-wide Centre for Academic Teaching: what to bring and what to gain for medical education. Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Annual Meeting. Basel, Switzerland. August 2018.

54. van Schaik S., Irby DM. Optimizing learning environments for the health professions, Plenary Session. Developing Medical Educators of the 21st Century Course. San Francisco, CA. February 2019.

55. West D., Hobday P., Powell D., O’Connor M., Soep J. Time Variable Competency-Based Medical Education: Practical Lessons From the EPAC Pilot. Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Learn, Serve, Lead Annual Meeting. Austin, TX. November 2018.

56. West D. Applying Lessons Learned from EPAC to the Future of UME and GME. Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting (PAS). Baltimore, MD. May 2019.

57. West D. Imagining a Future of Time-Variable, Competency-Based Medical Education: Large-Scale Applications of Lessons Learned from the Education in Pediatrics Across the Continuum (EPAC) Project to Transform Medical Education in the United States. Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) Meeting. Baltimore, MD. May 2019.

Workshops

1. Amenhotep Z. Large Group Teaching: How to Develop an Effective Lecture. Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Faculty and Planners Retreat. San Francisco, CA. March 2019.

2. Babik J., Luther V. Creating and Presenting an Effective Lecture. Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM) Academic Internal Medicine Week. Philadelphia, PA. April 2019.

3. Berman R. Negotiation 101. George Washington University. Washington, DC. May 2019.

4. Bibbins-Domingo K., Chin-Hong P., Zachek C., Bracci P., Fontil V., Garcia M., Grady D., Leiva C., Mehta K. Opening doors to academic medicine: The Pre-Health undergraduate Program (PUP) at UCSF. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

5. Block B., Gallagher B., Lyon-Langer A., Richards J. Clinical Physiology Grand Rounds: Using a Physiology-Based Approach to Teach Clinical Reasoning and Foster Near-Peer Teaching. Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM). Philadelphia, PA. April 2019.

6. Bochatay N., Kim S., van Schaik S. Promoting Speaking Up: Advocacy-Inquiry for Negotiating Power Differentials. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

7. Boscardin C., Kruidering M. Bringing your Exam Questions to Bloom: Writing Effective Open-ended Questions to Test Higher-level Thinking. International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) Annual Meeting. Roanoke, VA. June 2019.

8. Brown A., Jain S., Lupton K. Equitable Assessment: Developing Assessment Practices So All Learners Can Succeed. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

9. Bullock J., Fung C., Hauer K., Lai C., Lockspeiser T. Clerkship Grading: Challenges and Ideas to Improve Fairness and Accuracy of Grading. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

10. Chen E. AEM Education & Training reviewers workshop. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, NV. May 2019.

11. Chou CL., Chou CM. Relationship-Centered Communication - Train-the-Trainer. Advent Health. Orlando, FL. July 2018.

12. Chou CL. Coaching in Relationship-Centered Communication. The Vancouver Clinic. Vancouver, WA. August 2018.

13. Chou CL., Bell J. Conflict in Healthcare. International Conference on Communication in Healthcare. Porto, Portugal. September 2018.

14. Chou CL., Cooley L. Relationship-Centered Communication. Press Ganey National Conference. Orlando, FL. November 2018.

15. Chou CL., Duke P. Relationship-Centered Communication - Train-the-Trainer Program. Kettering Health System. Kettering, OH. July, November, December 2018.

16. Chou CL. Relationship-Centered Communication - Train-the-Trainer Program. NorthShore Health System. Chicago, IL. August, September, November, December, January, February, April 2018-2019.

17. Chou CL. Relationship-Centered Communication. University of Florida - Shands. Gainesville, FL. May 2019.

18. Chou CL., Harman SM., Davis DLF. Relationship-Centered Communication - Train-the-Trainer Program. Stanford University School of Medicine. Palo Alto, CA. March, April, May, June 2019.

19. Chou CL., Nagaraj R. Relationship-Centered Communication. Academy of Communication in Healthcare ENRICH conference. Pittsburgh, PA. June 2019.

20. Chou CL. Feedback in Medical Education. UCSF Division of Cardiology, San Francisco, CA. June 2019.

21. Chou CL, Laponis R. Feedback in Medical Education. UCSF Division of Pulmonary Medicine, San Francisco, CA. June 2019.

22. Clemons S., Cornett P., Goglin S., Sheu L., Reimagining electives in the third year: a focus on career exploration and integration. Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM) Academic Internal Medicine Week. Philadelphia, PA. April 2019.

23. Coffa D., Gianutsos L., Mandell T., Saffier K., Snyder H., Sokol R., Subramanian G. Buprenorphine Waiver Training for Family Medicine Faculty: Empowering Training Programs to Address the Opioid Epidemic. Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) Annual Spring Conference. Ontario, Canada. April 2019.

24. Davis D. Can I Really Say That?: Diversity, equity and inclusion 2 hour workshops. Curriculum Design and Facilitator. ACH ENRICH National Meeting. Pittsburgh, PA. May-June 2019.

25. Dhaliwal G. Educational Strategies to Promote Diagnostic Reasoning Workshop. Hawaii Kaiser Permanente Medical Center. Honolulu, HI. April 2019.

26. Dhaliwal G. Faculty Development: Fostering Clinical Reasoning Excellence. Baystate Medical Center. Springfield, MA. May 2019.

27. Fitzsimmons A., Brown D., Davis B., Jernigan S., Wise H. Our Efforts Matter! The Impact of IP Collaboration on Clinical Reasoning. American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Combined Sections Meeting. Washington, DC. January 2019.

28. Fulton T., Cline S., Dell M., Nixon J. Use of Analogies to integrate basic and clinical science. Association of Biochemistry Educators (ABE) Annual Meeting. Tucson, NM. May 2019.

29. Fulton T., Dahlman K., Osheroff N. Evolution of Basic Science Teachers to Educators: Professional Identity, Educator Roles, and the Assessment of Excellence. Association of Biochemistry Educators (ABE) Annual Meeting. Tucson, NM. May 2019.

30. Fulton T., Dell M., English R., Fall L., Harris D., Wilson-Delfosse A. Integration in Action. Pre-conference faculty development workshop. International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) Annual Meeting. Roanoke, VA. June 2019.

31. Harmon D., Im C., Romero D. 3D Printing of Bone Models from Patient CT Scans. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

32. Hyland K., Kruidering M., Tuan R. Successful Active Learning: Introducing a Rubric as a Design and Evaluation Tool. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

33. Irby DM., Thibault GE. Macy conference recommendations: Improving environments for learning in the health professions. Josiah Macy Jr Foundation. Webinar. July 2018.

34. Irby DM. Improving learning environments in the health professions. McGill University School of Medicine. Montreal, Quebec, Canada. October 2018.

35. Irby DM. Improving learning environments in the health professions. University of Washington Teaching Scholars Program. Seattle, WA. January 2019.

36. Irby DM., O'Sullivan PS. Developing your identity as an educator. Developing Medical Educators of the 21st Century Course. San Francisco, CA. February 2019.

37. Irby DM., van Schaik S. Is it hot in here? Creating a positive learning climate in my teaching. Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Pullman, WA. March 2019.

38. Kruidering M., Blumer J., Lee M., Quesnelle K., Schneid S., Szarek J., Zaveri N. Themes and Threads, Oh My: Managing a Longitudinal Discipline Across an Integrated Curriculum. International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) Annual Meeting. Roanoke, VA. June 2019.

39. Kryzhanovskaya I., Lawrence E., Rea M., Young C. Moving the Needle: Integrating and Innovating Wellness Curricula. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

40. Kuo A., O’Brien B., Rivera J., Wamsley M. Capitalizing on Teachable Moments in Interprofessional Education. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

41. Lai C., DeWaay D., Packer C., Pincavage A. The challenges and complexities of clerkship grade appeals. Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM)/Clerkship Directors of Internal Medicine National Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. April 2019.

42. Laponis R., O'Neil L. Relationship-Centered Communication Facilitators Program. Academy of Communication in Healthcare. Scottsdale, AZ. February 2019.

43. Laponis R., Thakur D. Advancing Communication Excellence at Stanford: Clinician Leadership Communication Workshop. Stanford University. Stanford, CA. March 2019.

44. Laponis R., O'Neil L. Fortin A. Relationship Centered Communications Skills Workshop. Academy of Communication in Healthcare. Pittsburgh, PA. June 2019.

45. Margeta M., Ramachandran R. Best practices for incorporating pathology into integrated medical school curricula. Group for Research in Pathology Education (GRIPE). New Orleans, LA. January 2019.

46. McNamara M., Bone M., Carpenter P., Gaug A., Guidice E., Herman B. Nuts and Bolts of Leadership. Association of Pediatric Program Directors. Philadelphia, PA. October 2018.

47. O'Sullivan PS. Developing your Identity as a medical educator, Workshop Presenter. Developing Medical Educators of the 21st Century Course. San Francisco, CA. February 2019.

48. Pardo M., Manuel S. Anesthesiology - a Workshop for Medical Students. American Society of Anesthesiologists. San Francisco, CA. October 2018.

49. McNamara M., Bone M., Chawla E., Friehling E., et al. Professional Development 101: Getting to where you want to be. Association of Pediatric Program Directors Spring Meeting. New Orleans, LA. March 2019.

50. McNamara M., Batra M., Buckway C., Henry D., McPhillips H., Rassbach C. ABC approach to trainee wellness: Assessment, Big-picture, and Core skills. Association of Pediatric Program Directors Spring Meeting. New Orleans, LA. March 2019.

51. O'Brien B. Thinking through the Lit Review. University of Washington. Seattle, WA. April 2019.

52. Poncelet A. Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships 101, Curriculum and Finance. International Consortium of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships. Mount Gambier, Australia. October 2018.

53. Poncelet A. Active Management of Professionalism Lapses: a New Way of Thinking. American Academy of Neurology. Philadelphia, PA. May 2019.

54. Schaaf M. Trainee International Travel Resources website and faculty work at UCSF. Presentation. University Office of the President sponsored workshop on Advancing Medical Student Global Health Research. Irvine, CA. October 2018.

55. Seritan AL., Sockalingam S. One year later: Evaluating the impact of the AAP Master Educator program evaluation workshop (Works in Progress). Association for Academic Psychiatry (AAP) Annual Meeting. Milwaukee, WI. September 2018.

56. Seritan AL. Impostor phenomenon: How to recognize and address it. Baylor Scott & White Health, Department of Psychiatry. Temple, TX. November 2018.

57. Sharpe B., Finn K., Hunt D., Hunt S. M(AD) MEN: How to Create and Advertise an Effective and High-Impact Workshop. Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) Annual Conference. National Harbor, MD. March 2019.

58. Souza K. Leading Change in Medical Education. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting. Reno, NV. March 2019.

59. Stetson GV. How to Deliver an Effective "Chalk Talk". Faculty Development Workshop. Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Campus. San Francisco, CA. December 2018.

60. Stetson GV. Effective Large Group Teaching. Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Campus. San Francisco, CA. April 2019.

61. Stetson GV. Asking Questions to Promote Learning and Enhancing Learner Growth. Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Campus. San Francisco, CA. April 2019.

62. ten Cate O. Getting acquainted with Entrustable Professional Activities Preconference Workshop. Veterinary Education (VetEd) Symposium. Utrecht, Netherlands. July 2018.

63. Wallin D., Porter E. Pediatric Emergencies Simulation. American College of Emergency Physicians Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA. October 2018.

64. Wamsley M., Manning K., Ramani S., Snydman L. Principles and Strategies for Developing Educational Leaders of the Future at Your Institution. Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) National Meeting. Washington, DC. May 2019.

65. Wamsley M., Jones D., Laponis R., Ray A. Direct Observation and Teaching in Clinic: A Preceptor’s Toolbox. Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) National Meeting. Washington, DC. May 2019.

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