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TEACHING ELECTIVE MED 420 A&B Michael Koller, M.D. Patricia McNally, Ed.D. Maureen Locklund MED 420 course coordinator, SSOM 320. First of all…. …thank you for helping teach the second years!. Today’s agenda. Koller Course info Review examples of good & not-so-good reflections

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TEACHING ELECTIVE

MED 420 A&B

Michael Koller, M.D.

Patricia McNally, Ed.D.


Maureen locklund med 420 course coordinator ssom 320
Maureen LocklundMED 420 course coordinator, SSOM 320


First of all

First of all…

…thank you for helping teach the second years!


Today s agenda
Today’s agenda

  • Koller

    • Course info

    • Review examples of good & not-so-good reflections

  • Koller – Review PCM 2 calendar

  • McNally – “what you hope to learn”

  • Hering – orienting a learner

  • Fitz - Intro and video clip

    • Small group discussions Rs and M4s

    • Large group

      6. Fill out evaluation


Teaching Elective Requirements

  • Attend 3 of 4 quarterly evening Didactic Sessions: 4:45pm–6:30pm

  • Teach at 5 PCM 2 small group sessions and do teaching reflection within 1 week

  • Complete 5 PCM 2 lecturer reflections the day of your small group within 1 week

  • Two master teacher reflections (you pick the 2 teachers) completed before January 1st


Attend 3 of 4 quarterly evening Didactic Sessions: 4:45pm–6:30pm

  • Each of the quarterly sessions is offered twice:

    • Summer 9A/B (July 26 or Aug 2)

    • Fall 10A/B (October 25 or November 1)

    • Winter 11A/B (January 24 or 31)

    • Spring 11C March 14 or 12A March 28)

      • Match day=March 17

  • SSOM 160

  • R2 Department of Med, Peds, others


Teaching Elective 4:45pm–6:30pm

  • Grading = P/F

  • PCM 2 webpage is also MS4 teaching elective webpage - Middle column, scroll to bottom

    Pictures of your small groups by next week

  • Total of 12 reflections due

  • Reflections done in online portfolio

  • 4 questions for each reflection

    Let’s look at 2 good and 2 not so good reflections


Master teacher (2) by January 1 4:45pm–6:30pmst

1. Why did you choose to observe this teacher?

2. What attributes did you observe that reflected characteristics of excellence in teaching?

3. What behaviors reflected the attributes?

4. What behaviors would you try to incorporate into your teaching?


Reflection on PCM2 lecturer (5) 4:45pm–6:30pm

1. What attributes did you observe that reflected characteristics of excellence in teaching?

2. What behaviors reflected the attributes?

3. What attributes, is any, of this lecturer’s style were ineffective

4. What behaviors would you try to incorporate into your teaching?


Reflection on teaching in your PCM2 small group (5) 4:45pm–6:30pm

1. How did you prepare to teach for this small grp?

2. What went well?

3. What would you do differently next time?

4. What surprised you the most?


Teach at 5 pcm 2 small group sessions and do teaching reflection within 1 week
Teach at 5 PCM 2 small group sessions and do teaching reflection within 1 week

  • Each group should have selected leader

  • Sent schedule to Maureen

    • Give to facilitators

  • You may not have an MS4 for every Tuesday

  • Some Tuesdays may have >2

  • Consider putting together a schedule of what each M4 is doing each month


Consider letting your M2s know reflection within 1 week

what you are doing each month

August Dr Vavra’s group 2009

1. Marc H (x56050)- Peds Heme/Onc

2. Garrett (x56047) - Cardiographics

3. Brian D (x56029) - ENT

4. Susan A (x56006)- BOARDS, No pts

5. David C (x56024) - Anesthesia

6. Ryan L (x56070) - Maternal Child Medicine at West Sub

7. Anuj B. (x56009) –discretionary time until 8/14; then FP

9. Brian S. - Emergency Medicine, AWAY ROTATION, No pager.


Handouts you make for small group
Handouts you make for small group reflection within 1 week

  • Email Koller any handouts you give to group

  • MS2s like to get handouts

    • I will link them so MS2s can see everyone’s handouts

    • Goal - Standardizing the groups


Pcm 2 administration

PCM 2 administration reflection within 1 week

Michael Koller, M.D., Course Director

Mary Boyle, M.D., Assistant Course Director

Katherine Walsh, M.D, Senior-Course Director


Pcm 2 administration1

PCM 2 administration reflection within 1 week

Les Medley, course coordinator

SSOM 310


Pcm 2
PCM 2 reflection within 1 week

  • Lectures begin at 1:15, SSOM Rm 190

  • Contact/page your facilitator(s) and co-facilitators before class

    -discuss what you will do

    -discuss what you’d like to cover

    -do NOT give MS2s a second lecture

    -answer any questions MS2s may have from the lecture

  • Assigned questions for small groups up to mid-semester break to get MS2s reading the Bate’s textbook

  • EKG answers, assigned Q answers. CXR answers

    are in a folder by Les in SSOM 310


Write ups
Write ups reflection within 1 week

  • Semester 3 write-ups (two histories)

    • Go back to patient’s bedside whenever possible with MS2

    • First, you review, evaluate, give feedback

      • Try to review with them after small group

      • Don’t take write-ups with you to away electives!

    • Second, facilitator reads ands gives feedback

    • Oral presentation not required, but….

  • NEW: Strict Deadlines for each write-up

  • History #1 9/10/10

  • History #2 10/22/10


PCM 2 reflection within 1 week

  • Grading

    • Pass/Fail (5th year)

  • Go to LUMEN for course materials (not printed)

    • Objectives

    • Power point

    • Handouts


PCM 2 text books reflection within 1 week

-Bates 10thedition

-Thaler’s “The only EKG book you’ll ever need” 6th ed

2 Textbooks new editions, but not much changes


May reflection within 1 week

2011

Aug

2010

PCM 2

August & September

1.Review & Learn PE

and write-up

2. Head –to-toe with

facilitator

October – May = abnormal findings

Correlate with mechanism of disease

  • October –April

  • Interpret EKGS

  • Preceptor program (4 write-ups)

January – April

1. Interpret CXRs

2. Oral presentations


Small groups
Small groups reflection within 1 week

  • If you are on call Monday, do NOT come to PCM 2 on Tuesday afternoon

  • Let your facilitator know who will be there each week (if schedule changes)


Small groups1
Small groups reflection within 1 week

  • Ask for permission from elective or required clerkship director to come to PCM 2 or OB orientation

  • Ask EARLY

  • Don’t assume PCM 2 “trumps” your daily schedule

  • CANNOT COME TO PCM 2 during Neuro or subIs

  • Hopefully no more than 2 MS4s per week


Quick over first 3 months of pcm 2

Quick over First 3 months of PCM 2 reflection within 1 week


AUGUST 2010 reflection within 1 week

  • 8/2 Introduction/overview MONDAY (Koller) no sm grp

  • 8/3 General appearance (Koller)

    • HEENT & lung exam (videos in LUMEN) and write-up

  • 8/5 Normal pediatric Thursday (Barbato) no small grp

  • 8/9 “Harvey” session Monday Normal heart exam

    • 25 minutes/40 students Rm 460 (1 pm – 4:30 pm)

  • 8/10 Peripheral Vascular exam (Aulivola)

    • PV exam & Heart exam review (video in LUMEN) and write-up PE

  • 8/17 Eye exam (Jay) and write up

    • Ophth workshops on Wed 8/18 & 8/25

    • Dr. Amy Lin in charge

  • 8/24 Neuro and mental status exams (Gruener)

    • Neuro exam and Writeup

  • 9/1 Skin exam (Boyle)

    • Abd exam (video in LUMEN) Write-up PE of skin and abd


  • September 2010 reflection within 1 week

    • 9/1 Geriatrics (Wednesday – Dr. Sih, no small grp)

    • 9/7 Breast exam (Koller)

      • Breast workshops 9/7, 9/8, 9/9, 9/11

    • 9/10 Reflex workshop (Friday - optional )

    • 9/13 & 9/17 Neuro OSCE (memorized = focused exam)

      • Monday Sept 13 or Friday Sept 17 (1:00 to 5:30 pm)

    • 9/14 Lymphatic system (Smith)

    • 9/21 and 9/28 Head to toe physical exam on female SP

      • One hour with facilitator and SP

      • DO PE WITHOUT PROMPTS

      • No lectures or small groups- NO MS4s


    October 2010
    OCTOBER 2010 reflection within 1 week

    • 10/2 – 10/10 MS2 mid semester break

    • 10/12 Problem lists, +/-, Reasons to admit, Orders (Koller)

    • 10/15 Focused H&P (Friday, Koller – no small grroup)

    • 10/12 Preceptor program begins

    • 10/19 Intro to EKGS (Boyle)

      • Begin EKG interpretation in small groups

      • You will get answer sheet – found in folder

    • 10/25 - Harvey workshop (Monday)

    • 10/26 Heart sounds (Wallis)

      • Practice case or you bring in a real case to work through

      • EKGs


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