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Patient Centered Medicine 1. Aaron Michelfelder, M.D. - PCM 1 Course Director Amy Blair, M.D. – PCM 1 Co-Course Director James Winger, M.D. – PCM 1 Co-Course Director Diane Stancik – PCM 1 Course Manager Katherine Walsh, M.D. – Overall PCM Co-Course Director

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Patient centered medicine 1

Patient Centered Medicine 1

Aaron Michelfelder, M.D. - PCM 1 Course Director

Amy Blair, M.D. – PCM 1 Co-Course Director

James Winger, M.D. – PCM 1 Co-Course Director

Diane Stancik – PCM 1 Course Manager

Katherine Walsh, M.D. – Overall PCM Co-Course Director

Paul Hering, M.D. – Overall PCM Co-Course Director


Welcome pcm 1small group facilitators advisors

Welcome PCM-1Small Group Facilitators/Advisors!!

James Winger, M.D.

PCM 1 Co-Course Director

Aaron Michelfelder, M.D.

PCM 1 Course Director

Amy Blair, M.D.

PCM 1 Co-Course Director

Katherine Walsh, M.D.

Overall PCM Co-Course Director

Paul Hering, M.D.

Overall PCM Co-Course Director

Ms. Diane Stancik

PCM 1 Course Manager


Line up for this session

Line Up for This Session

  • Brief Intro to the Course

  • Course Changes

  • Mentor/Preceptor Programs

  • Advisor Program


What is pcm 1 about

What is PCM 1 About?

http://www.meddean.luc.edu/lumen/index.html


Pcm 1

PCM 1

  • PCM 1 Website

  • http://www.meddean.luc.edu/lumen/

    • Administration

    • General Information

    • Core Curriculum

    • Attendance Policy

    • Grading/Evaluation

    • Facilitators


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  • 6 Components to PCM 1

    • Lectures/Panels/Workshops

    • Small Groups (8-10 Students/Small Group)

    • Standardized Patient Exercises

    • Objective Structured Clinical Exams (OSCE)

    • Mentor/Clinical Skills Preceptor Programs

    • Written Exams


Pcm 1 organization

PCM-1 Organization


Pcm 1 organization1

PCM-1 Organization

  • Temporal Blocks: Bioethics, Clinical Skills I, Healthcare Systems and Delivery, Clinical Skills II, Behavior and Health Promotion

  • Longitudinal Block: Personal and Professional Development


Patient centered medicine 1

Patient Centered Medicine I

Semester ISemester II

Ethics, Justice, & Professionalism

Communication Skills

Interviewing/History Taking

Behavioral Development

Physician Well Being

US Health Care System and Global Health

Evidence Based Medicine

Prevention Counseling

Risk Factor Screening

Integrative Medicine

Cultural Medicine

Nutrition

Core Curriculum

Standardized

Patients

SP Workshops

HPI/complete History

Difficult Topics

SP Workshop

Intimate Partner Violence

SP Workshop

Challenging Patient-Physician

Relationships

SP Exercise I

Complete Medical

History

SP Practice

Exercise

SP Exercise

Hypothesis-Driven History

SP Exercise

Counseling

Head & Neck

Abdomen

Thorax/Lungs

Heart

Combined

Structure/Function

Physical Exam Skills

Clinical

Skills

Harvey Cardiac

Simulator

Musculoskeletal

PE OSCE II

PE OSCE I

Patient Interview I

Real Patient Interviews

Patient Interview II

Experiential

Components

Student, & Chaplain Mentor, and Physician Preceptor Programs


Patient centered medicine 1

  • Newer This Year

    • General

      • Year Two Neuroscience Course Dissolved

      • MCBG/ Behavioral Medicine More Content Early

      • Anatomy Starts 3 Weeks Earlier

    • PCM-1

      • 4 Small Groups Removed And/or Compressed

      • Fewer and Updated Readings

      • Students/Facilitators encouraged to bring in topical media resources

      • Ethics Block Compressed and Revised

      • Behavioral Medicine Small Group Removed

      • Revised EBM/Biostats/Patient Safety Curriculum

      • Service Project & Reflection – Centralized

      • Added Social Determinants of Health Section

      • Removed Emotional Intelligence Section


Patient centered medicine 1

  • Newer This Year

    • Added SP Workshop

    • HPI Workshop modified to be Complete History Small Group Workshop Over Two Sessions

    • Continued Electronic distribution of weekly small groups

    • Facilitator corner on PCM-1 home page

    • Decreased Paper Use in the Course

    • Utilizing More Student/Facilitator Feedback


Pcm 11

PCM-1

Medical History Skills Changes

James Winger, M.D.

PCM 1 Co-Course Director


Pcm 12

PCM-1

Clinical Skills Programs

Amy Blair, M.D.

PCM 1 Co-Course Director


Clinical skills preceptor program cskip

Clinical Skills Preceptor Program (CSkiP)

  • Observe physician in practice setting

  • Clinical reinforcement of concepts learned in courses

  • Practice new skills learned in PCM-1

  • Develop broader understanding of your own future direction


Student mentor

Student Mentor

  • Observe on clinical rotations

  • Opportunity for inter-medical school class communication

  • Clinical reinforcement of concepts learned in courses and opportunity to practice PCM-1 skills


Patient centered medicine 1

Patient Centered Medicine 1, AY 2012-13

Requirements for the Clinical Skills Preceptor,

Student Mentor and Chaplain Mentor Programs

Both Joint Reflection Papers must be submitted to your Small Group Facilitators.


Timeline

Timeline

  • M1-M3 Student Mentor Pizza Party is September 12

  • Physician Preceptor Assignments to follow


Ground rules

Ground Rules

  • Contact your mentor and preceptor early and often

  • You can do more than the required number of visits!

  • Contact me early with any concerns

  • Incomplete mentor visits will prevent you from passing PCM-1


Service learning project

Service-Learning Project

  • A structured learning experience that combines service in the community with preparation and reflection

  • How is community service different now that you are a medical student?


Service learning project1

Service-Learning Project

  • August - October

    • Identify population or health need you would like to serve

    • Write a (2 page) summary of the particular disparity you will be addressing, including facts that demonstrate the disparity and need (e.g. epidemiologic/public health data, census, figures from national or local organizations) – October 15

    • Identify the community agency that you will work with or develop a unique project

    • Decide on a community-identified concern 

  • October - March

    • Provide the service (“Experiential” or Activity Phase”)

  • April – May

    • Reflection

    • Written Project and Presentation

      • Total 4-6 pages (2 pg. summary disparity, 2 pg reflection)

      • Presentations during last small group of the year  


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    Service-Learning Project

    • The Center for Service and Global Health and University Ministry

    • Student Organizations

    • The Department of Bioethics and Preventive Medicine

    • Local, regional and national community service agencies through which you already have experience or would like to establish a relationship


    Service learning project3

    Service-Learning Project

    • Link:

    • Direct questions to:

      • [email protected]

      • [email protected]


    Guidelines for reflection

    Guidelines for Reflection

    “The four-year process of taking a disparate selection of college graduates and forming a cohesive professional identity frequently involves the abandonment of many preconceived notions about oneself, others and the medical profession in general. The purpose of the reflection process is not to generate a series of “touchy-feely” essays about your thoughts and emotions in given clinical situations. The goal of reflection in any context, is to encourage an approach of critical self-analysis as the experience and knowledge of medical school accumulates.”

    • http://www.stritch.luc.edu/lumen/MedEd/IPM/IPM1/ReflectPaperInstruct.pdf


    Patient centered medicine 1

    • This Week

      • Elect Small Group Representatives


    Advisor program

    Advisor Program

    Keith Muccino, S.J., M.D.

    Assistant Dean for Clinical Simulation


    Thank you facilitators

    Thank You Facilitators!!

    Questions and Collective Wisdom Time


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