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P3-C Selectives Week- March 10-14, 2014

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P3-C Selectives

The 2014 Selectives Week will mirror an academic conference—a week's worth of worth of sessions that provide MS1 and MS2 students with opportunities to learn about clinical and non-clinical areas that correspond to their personal interests. Offerings during the week will include:

    1. 2-hour clinical sessions where students can develop hands-on skills or gain experience in clinical settings

    2. 1-hour break-out sessions on a wide range of topics of interest to medical pre-clinical medical students

    3. Keynote sessions for all student participants (TBA)

    4. Poster session for MS1 Honors Projects and MS2 Student Research Week Projects (Friday)

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printable p3 schedule for thursday-friday (rev. 3-12-2014, 4:00 PM)

printable p3 schedule for Tuesday-Friday (rev. 3-10-2014, 11:00 PM)

Printable P3 Schedule (rev. 3-10-2014, 10:30 AM)

Monday, March 10, 2014

 Time

Room

Topic/ Faculty

Session Info

6:55 AM-9

UMC OR

Bettina Schmitz MD PhD, Anesthesia Start-up (WS)

Maximum: 4

A behind-the-scenes look at how the Anesthesiologists start their day.  

8:30-9:30 AM

ACB 150

Max: 200

Annette Sobel MD, MS, Careers in Military Medicine

The many career options, both conventional and unconventional in military medical practice

9:00 AM

ACB 220

Max: 58

Brian Pomeroy MD, Personal Finance for the Future Physician:  How not to blow it

Discuss the financial topics that are often not discussed in our profession, as you progress through your career

10:00 AM

ACB 150

Max: 200

Patti Patterson MD MPH, Medicine as Spiritual Journey

The current status of research on spirituality as a component of self-care for physicians

10AM-12P

The Refuge

Annette Sobel MD MS, Hippotherapy (WS)

Maximum: 15

The Refuge provides rehab using horses and other novel services to patients with disabilities.

10AM-12P

FM Pavilion

Yan Zhang PhD LAc & Tommie Farrell MD, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture (WS)

Maximum: 12

Traditional Chinese medicine and other CAM techniques, with opportunity to practice tongue diagnosis, acupuncture & needling

12:00 PM

ACB 150

Max: 200

Dean Steven Berk MD, The Focused H&P (Keynote)

P3-C Keynote Presentation, Lunch Provided

1:00 PM

NEW

1C110A&B

Max: 120

Cheryl Erwin, JD PhD & MS4 Certificate Students, Student Symposium in Medical Humanities

Worklife balance, surviving residency, nurturing critical thinking via musical improv

1PM-3PM

SimCtr

Naghma Farooqui MD, Breast & Pelvic Exam (WS)

Maximum: 12

Hands-on practice with breast & pelvic models to develop skills in women's health & physical exam

1PM-3PM

FM Pavilion

Tommie Farrell MD & Yan Zhang PhD LAc, Acupuncture for Headache (WS)

Maximum: 20

Practice acupuncture techniques, especially those used to treat headache.

2:00 PM

1C110A

Max: 60

Ron Warner DVM PhD, Travel Medicine

An overview of pre-travel risk assessment & primary care preventive interventions

3:00 PM

1C110A

Max: 60

Robert Johnston MD, Anesthesia for Dummies

What do anesthesiologists do & how do they do it? Find out here.

3:00 PM

1C110B

 Betsy Jones EdD, FMAT Class of 2016

Orientation for the MS1 FMAT students, Class of 2016 (Limited Enrollment)

 

 

Tuesday, March 11

 Time

Room

Topic/ Faculty

Session Info

6:55 AM-9

UMC OR

Bettina Schmitz MD PhD, Anesthesia Start-up (WS)

Maximum: 4

A behind-the-scenes look at how the Anesthesiologists start their day.  

9:00 AM

ACB 100

Max: 200

NEW ROOM

Simon Williams PhD, Eugenics: Past & Future

Explore the origins of Eugenics, the concepts of “unfit” or “defective,” and the ethics & thought processes in light of genetic technologies

9:00 AM

ACB 120

Max: 60

NEW ROOM

Annette Sobel, MD MS, Medicine in Antarctica and other extreme environments

The unique environmental & physiologic challenges of performing telemedicine and practicing aeromedical evacuation in Antarctica

10:00 AM

ACB 120

Max: 90

Cheryl Erwin PhD JD, Telling Stories: How Stories Shape Our Lives

Narrative theory and reading

10:00 AM

ACB 100      

Max:200

NEW ROOM

Kirk McLaughlin (Vista Bank), Banking for Doctors

What doctors-in-training need to know about finance & the banking world

10AM-12P

ACB 200

Saju Joseph MD, Surgery: Suturing & Knot-Tying (WS)

Maximum: 20

Surgery Basics for med students: suturing, knot-tying & other skills

10AM-12P

SimCenter

(300A)

Sam Campbell MD, Surgery: Basic Laparoscopic Skills (WS)

Maximum: 12

Lapararoscopic skills and simplified cholecystectomy training

11:00 AM

ACB 100

Max: 200

NEW ROOM

Yan Zhang PhD, A Practical Guide to Designing your Research

A basic how-to guide for students interested in research

1:00 PM

ACB 150

Max: 200

Saju Joseph MD, Surgery Bench to Bedside

An overview of the surgery process

1:00 PM

1C125B

Max: 82

Robert Posterero MD, BioInformatics

Intro to biomedical informatics; its history, development, and current state and why it's important for medical students to know something about it

1:00 PM

SimCtr

Robert Casanova MD, BMS Nicaragua

Limited to the students who are participating in the Nicaragua trips (you know who you are)

1PM-5PM

SimCtr

DOCS

MS1 Students as assigned; may be counted as 2 break-out sessions

1PM-3PM

FM Pavilion

Ron Cook DO, Osteopathic Manipulation (WS)

Maximum: 12

What allopathic docs need to know about osteopathic manipulation

1PM-3PM

UMC Nursery

Kirsten Robinson MD, Newborn Nursery (WS)

Maximum: 12

Gain skills in the newborn pedi exam and working with babies

1PM-3PM

SimCtr (Primary Care)

Candy Arentz MD, Ultrasound Experience (WS)

Maximum: 15

Learn Knobology & ultrasound techniques

2:00 PM

1C125B

Max: 82

Marjorie Jenkins MD, EBM: Applying a literature review to real-world practice

The critical literature review and how to apply scientific publication outcomes to real-world practice

2:00-4 PM

 

ACB 200

Saju Joseph MD, Surgery: Suturing & Knot-Tying (WS)

Maximum: 20

Surgery Basics for med students: suturing, knot-tying & other skills

3PM-5PM

2C225

David Trotter PhD & Chas Willnauer MD, Mindfulness for therapeutic & personal use (WS)

Maximum: 20

Mindfulness techniques to practice & to use in patient care

3PM-5PM

SimCtr

(370)

Margaret Vugrin MSLS, Medical Info at Your Fingertips: Best Apps (WS)

Maximum: 12

Bring your smartphone or iPad to download the library’s mobile resources and see some best apps

4:00

 

1C125B

Max: 82

Brent Magers MHA, The Business of Medicine

Gain a better understanding of the business of medicine & recent changes including the ACA

6:30 PM

Dan Law Field

TTU vs. ACU in Baseball

Come support your Red Raiders (or ACU Wildcats).

 

 

 

Wednesday, March 12

 Time

Room

Topic/ Faculty

Session Info

6:55 AM-9

UMC OR

Bettina Schmitz MD PhD, Anesthesia Start-up (WS)

Maximum: 4

A behind-the-scenes look at how the Anesthesiologists start their day.

8-10 AM

SimCtr

(Primary Care)

Rebecca McDonald MD, Tailoring History-Taking and Physical Exam to the Patient’s Chief Complaint (WS)

Maximum: 12

Clinical reasoning behind a more focused approach to the patient encounter & review of physical exam skill techniques

9:30 AM

1C110

MS2 Small Group Faculty Huddle

Faculty Only

10AM-12PM

Multiple

MS2 Small Groups

 

11:00

ACB 240

Break-out: Mitochondrial Dysfunction & Synaptic Damage un Alzheimer's Disease

MS1 only: In conjunction with the Garrison Institute on Aging

1:00 PM

1C110

MS1 Small Group Faculty Huddle

Faculty Only

1PM-3PM

Multiple

MS1 Small Groups

 

1PM-3PM

SimCtr

(Prim Care)

Lara Johnson MD, Pedi Physical Exam (WS)

Maximum: 12

MS2 Only; Learn what’s different about the physical exam for children

3:00 PM

ACB 110

Max: 90

Robert Johnston MD, Pain Management

Principles & issues of pain management

3PM-5PM

SimCtr

(350K)

Davor Vugrin MD, Colonoscopy for Beginners (WS)

Maximum: 12

Techniques for colon cancer screening including colonoscopy

3PM-5PM

SimCtr

(370)

Kelly Mitchell MD, Eye Know How (WS)

Maximum: 12

Use the new eyesi ophthalmic simulator and learn more about examining and treating the eye.

3PM-5P

 

SimCenter

(300A)

Sam Campbell MD, Surgery: Basic Laparoscopic Skills (WS)

Maximum: 12

Lapararoscopic skills and simplified cholecystectomy training

 


 

 

Thursday, March 13

 Time

Room

Topic/ Faculty

Session Info

6:55 AM-9

UMC OR

Bettina Schmitz MD PhD, Anesthesia Start-up (WS)

Maximum: 4

A behind-the-scenes look at how the Anesthesiologists start their day.  

8:00 AM

SWCC Conf Room

Max: ~30

Candy Arentz MD, Women in Medicine

Contribution of women in medicine and resources for success

9:00 AM

ACB 110

Max: 90

Drs. Kerren & Richard Lampe, Surviving the Medical Marriage

What are the stressors in a marriage when one spouse is a doctor?

9:00 AM

ACB 110

Bettina Schmitz MD PhD, Anesthesia Wrap-up

Limited to students enrolled in Anesthesia Start-Up Sessions (Mon-Fri)

9:00 AM

ACB260H

Max: 20

Clint Chambers MD, Surviving Disease on the Plains

Some aspects of 19 Century medicine history and the evolution of treatments on the Plains

10:00 AM

ACB 120

Max: 90

Lara Johnson MD & Brian Pomeroy MD, What is a Hospitalist?

The evolution of the role of hospitalists and resources of students & trainees interested in hospital medicine

10AM-12

SimCtr

(Prim Care)

Frank Babb MD, Musculoskeletal Exam (WS)  Maximum: 12

Learn the basics of the MSK exam

11:00 AM

ACB 110

Max: 90

David Trotter PhD, Behavioral Interventions for Chronic Pain

Evidence based psychosocial interventions for chronic pain that can be delivered by medical professionals in ambulatory settings.

12:00 PM

ACB 150

Thomas McGovern EdD, Physician Wellness: Spirituality & Healing in the Recovery Process

John P. McGovern Lecture in Addiction & Recovery/ Keynote Presentation Sponsored by the Center for Ethics, Humanities & Spirituality, Lunch Provided

1:00 PM

ACB 150

Max: 200

Tommie Farrell MD, Therapeutic Presence

How to increase your ability to become a therapeutic presence in the lives of all those with whom you interact

1PM-5PM

SimCtr

DOCS

MS1 Students as assigned; may be counted as 2 break-out sessions

1PM-3PM

SimCtr

(Acute Care)

Lara Johnson MD, Pedi Physical Exam (WS)

Maximum: 12

Learn what’s different about the physical exam for children

1PM-3PM

SimCtr

(Acute Care)

Neha Mittal MD, Pulmonary Exam (WS)

Maximum: 12

Review and practice skills in the pulmonary exam

 

Friday, March 14

 Time

Room

Topic/ Faculty

Session Info

6:55 AM-9

UMC OR

Bettina Schmitz MD PhD, Anesthesia Start-up (WS)

Maximum: 4

A behind-the-scenes look at how the Anesthesiologists start their day.

8-10 AM

Student Health

Kelly Bennett MD & Fiona Prabhu MD, Primary Care Procedures: Splinting & Suturing (WS)

Maximum: 20

Practice splinting procedures for MSK injuries and derm procedures for skin repair and biopsy

8-10 AM

SimCtr

Jonyeol Kim MD, Neuro Exam (WS)

Maximum: 12

Review and practices skills in the neuro exam

11:00A-1:00 PM

ACB

MS1 Honors Project Expo

Refreshments sponsored by the Office of the Dean & Provost

1:00-2:30 PM

ACB

MS2 SRW Posters

Students displaying a poster may count that experience as 1 break-out session for the P3-C Week

 

 

2-Hour Clinical Sessions1-Hour Break-Out Sessions

Hands-on clinical training with simulation or in other teaching situations for exposure to hospital or outpatient clinical experiences not typically available for MS1/MS2 students

  • Groups of 10-12 students, but can be spread over multiple sessions with fewer students
  • Sessions can be held more than once • All students will participate in 1 Clinical Session, so at least 30 opportunities are needed
  • Sessions will be scheduled to fit faculty availability or space availability in the SimLife Center, TTUHSC clinics, or hospitals
  • Students will rank choices and be assigned to clinical sessions; attendees will sign in at sessions
  • Faculty can develop and implement these sessions individually or in teams
Sample Session Topics:

Osteopathic Manipulation

Ultrasound

Robotic Surgery

Lecture-discussion sessions on a wide range of topics that enhance medical students' knowledge, training, professional development, and understanding of medicine or health care systems

  • Groups of 10-100 students
  • All students will participate in at least 6 break-out sessions throughout the week
  • Sessions will be scheduled to fit faculty availability and/or space availability in the TTUHSC classrooms or off-campus sites
  • Students will RSVP for sessions to ensure space availability; attendees will sign in at sessions
  • Faculty are welcome to develop collaborative sessions with multiple complementary topics (eg. 3 20-minute sessions)
Sample Session Topics:

Military Medicine

Medicine in the Arts

Point of Care Resources

Download 2014 Selective Forms Here

Selectives Fact Sheet

Fillable Session Form (return to P3 Block Director Betsy Jones at betsy.jones@ttuhsc.ed

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