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Building the Future Health Care Workforce. Lynne Holden, MD Associate Professor , Clinical Emergency Medicine President, Mentoring in Medicine, Inc. RWJF CHL-2009 Yvette Calderon, MD, MS Professor, Clinical Emergency Medicine

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building the future health care workforce

Building the Future Health Care Workforce

Lynne Holden, MD

Associate Professor, Clinical Emergency Medicine

President, Mentoring in Medicine, Inc.

RWJF CHL-2009

Yvette Calderon, MD, MS

Professor, Clinical Emergency Medicine

Associate Dean, Office of Diversity Enhancement, Einstein College of Medicine

Co-Founder and Research Director, Mentoring in Medicine, Inc.

objectives
Objectives
  • Discuss the need for health care professionals
  • Identify the top three perceived challenges to becoming a health care professional
  • Introduce the work of Mentoring in Medicine
what is the predicted shortage of physicians with the affordable care act by 2025
What is the predicted shortage of physicians with the Affordable Care Act by 2025?
  • A. 25,000
  • B. 75,000
  • C. 125,000
  • D. 155,000
the answer is d 155 000
The Answer is D. 155,000

Reference:

Michael J. Dill and Edward S. Salsberg, “The Complexities of Physician Supply and Demand:

Projections Through 2025,” Association of American Medical Colleges, November 2008, 28.

what is the predicted shortage of nurses with the affordable care act by 2025
What is the predicted shortage of nurses with the Affordable Care Act by 2025?
  • A. 10,000
  • B. 150,000
  • C. 500,000
  • D. 1 million
the answer is c 500 000
The Answer is C. 500,000

Reference:

Peter I. Buerhaus, PhD, et al. The Future of the Nursing Workforce in the United States: Data, Trends

and Implications, 2009.

the answer is c 118
The Answer is C. 118

Reference:

http://explorehealthcareers.org/en/home

perceived barriers
Perceived Barriers
  • Financial-”I can’t afford it!”
  • Academic Preparation-”I am not smart enough!”
  • Mentoring-”I do not know anyone in the field who can help me!”
financial college tuition
Financial-College Tuition

Reference

1-http://money.cnn.com/2012/10/24/pf/college/public-college-tuition/index.html

financial solution college
Financial Solution-College
  • Do the research. Ask questions. **
  • Diversify funding.
  • Maintain good credit.

References

1-https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/pay-for-college/financial-aid-101/financial-aid-can-help-you-afford-college

2-http://www.usnews.com/education/best-colleges/paying-for-college

3-http://www.smartmoney.com/borrow/student-loans/how-to-pay-for-college-1305005764769/

4-http://youth.foundationcenter.org/youth_scholarships.html

5-http://atyourlibrary.org/connectwithyourkids/college-and-careers/how-pay-college-where-look-grants

6-http://money.cnn.com/101/college-101/financial-aid.moneymag/index.htm

medical school
Medical School

Reference

http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-medical-schools

financial solution medical school
Financial Solution-Medical School
  • Research options.
  • Diversify funding sources.
    • Fee Waivers
    • Loans/Loan Repayment
    • Scholarships-NMF
    • Military
    • Academic
    • Smaller
  • Maintain good credit.

References

http://www.usnews.com/education/best-graduate-schools/top-medical-schools/paying

https://www.aamc.org/students/applying/fap/benefits/

http://www.nmfonline.org/

academic
Academic
  • Consider learning style
    • http://www.vark-learn.com/english/page.asp?p=version
  • Get learning assessment
    • Seek help sooner rather than later
    • Post-baccalaureate or Masters Programs
  • Get as much experience
    • Use summer vacations wisely
      • http://www.smdep.org/
      • https://services.aamc.org/summerprograms/
educator challenges
Educator Challenges
  • Juggling many responsibilities
  • Limited access to health professionals

References

https://www.aamc.org/students/applying/mcat/admissionsadvisors/85412/mcat_for_admissions_officers.html

http://www.naahp.org/

https://www.aamc.org/students/applying/requirements/msar

the goal
The Goal
  • Increase the number of students who are applying to and graduating from health professional school
  • Improve the health literacy of socio-economically disadvantaged communities
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MENTORING IN MEDICINE, INC ®

PROGRAMS BY EDUCATIONAL LEVEL

3rd- 5th 6th- 8th High School College Post- Health Professional Baccalaureate School

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“Yes, I Can be a Health Care Professional” Annual Conference

1-Dinner with Doctors and Other Health Care Professionals

2-Morgan’s Big Biology Test Play

3-MIM Web Television/ Radio/ Magazine

1-Medical Pathway Program

2-Community Health Ambassador Program

3-Emergency Department Clinical Exposure and Mentoring Program

Advanced Biology, Human Disease and Health Careers Program

1-After-School Program

2-In-Class Program

Surviving and Thriving: Empowerment Seminars

health professional volunteers
Health Professional Volunteers
  • MIM actively recruits and trains multicultural health professional volunteers.
  • MIM has designed a variety of programs to accommodate the busy health professional.
advanced biology human disease and health careers program middle and high school students
Advanced Biology, Human Disease and Health Careers Program Middle and High School Students
  • After-school program
    • Launched 2009
    • Grades 7-12
    • 6 schools in NY
    • 5 schools in Detroit (2012)
  • In-class elective
    • Launched in 2012
    • Grades 11 and 12
    • 5 schools in NY
advanced biology human disease and health career program results
Advanced Biology, Human Disease and Health Career ProgramResults
  • After-School Results (n=734 participants)
    • Substantial knowledge increase
    • Increase in research about health topics
    • Spoke to community about healthy living
advanced biology human disease and health careers course results in knowledge gained
Advanced Biology, Human Disease and Health Careers CourseResults in Knowledge Gained

**40% students with lower GPAs in school scored higher in the MIM course

advanced biology human disease and health career program lessons learned
Advanced Biology, Human Disease and Health Career ProgramLessons Learned
  • Hands-on activities and trips keep students engaged.
  • Encouraging interaction with like-minded students, instructors and guest speakers made the students feel special.
  • Having relevant role models allowed students to see that success was possible.
  • Researching and creating community health ambassador projects sparked an interest in reading and talking more about health care issues.
community health ambassador program high school college and health professional students
Community Health Ambassador ProgramHigh School, College and Health Professional Students
  • Health professionals to teach students about health care disparities and health careers
  • Students create service-learning projects.
  • Students participate in community service activities.
medical pathway program college and post baccalaureate students
Medical Pathway Program College and Post-baccalaureate Students
  • Components
    • Twenty week academic study
    • Emergency Department- volunteering and shadowing
    • Community Health Ambassador
medical pathway results results
Medical Pathway ResultsResults
  • Entering Class of September 2010
    • 21 Applied to Medical School
      • 15 accepted
      • 4 post-baccalaureate
      • 2 rejected
  • Entering Class of September 2011
    • 22 Applied to Medical School
      • 15 accepted
      • 5 post-baccalaureate
      • 2 rejected
  • Entering Class of September 2012
    • 27 Applied to Medical School
      • 17 accepted
      • 9 post-baccalaureate
      • 1 rejected
mentoring in medicine inc mim help turn a dreamer into a health professional
Mentoring in Medicine, Inc. ® (MIM)“Help Turn a Dreamer into a Health Professional”

Visit www.medicalmentor.org!

Slide presentation is posted at www.medicalmentor.ning.com

after school program project examples
After School Program-Project Examples
  • http://goanimate.com/videos/0QAEwNvDA0UQ?utm_source=emailshare&refuser=0O42n3pHdEbc
  • http://goanimate.com/videos/0QdrEgcKxNVA/1
  • http://portal.sliderocket.com/CCFNG/My-Presentation-2
about mentoring in medicine
About Mentoring in Medicine
  • http://thechart.blogs.cnn.com/2011/02/08/human-factor-in-sickness-doctor-finds-calling/