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  • CMOG/GFP Virtual Programming: Webinar on Aligning Faculty with Non-Academic Physicians Across One System of Care - December 8

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 12/08/2020 at 1:00 PM (EST)

    “Emory Healthcare Physician Group Practices” is a case study and success story more than a decade in the making.

    "Emory Healthcare Physician Group Practices" is a case study and success story more than a decade in the making. Emory Healthcare has created a comprehensive, interconnected medical practice that spans the state of Georgia. During this webinar, two leaders from the Emory Healthcare effort will talk about their challenges and successes as they worked to develop this practice plan. Their journey included organic growth and the acquisition of both private practices and whole health systems to create a cohesive group of more than 1,700 medical school faculty members and 380 non-faculty physicians in 280 locations.  

    Learning Objectives:

    • Attendees will be able to describe Emory’s strategies and lessons learned.
    • Attendees will be able to identify the cultural and financial implications of large scale growth and integration 

    Penny Castellano, MD

    Chief Medical Officer
    Emory Clinic and Specialty Associates

    Penny Castellano, MD received her BA in Zoology from Drew University in Madison NJ, and earned her MD from Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, where she also completed her residency training in Gynecology and Obstetrics.

    After gaining experience in private practice, Dr. Castellano joined the faculty at Emory and currently serves as Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics, as well as Executive Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs for that Department. During her time at Emory, Dr. Castellano has served many roles in Gynecology and Obstetrics, including Student Clerkship Director, Division Director for General GYN/OB, Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs and interim Chair. Dr. Castellano has also pursued a leadership focus in Quality and Safety in Healthcare and has held several administrative positions in this domain.

    From 1997- 2001, she served as Medical Director for Emory Clinic North, and was intimately involved in the implementation of the organization’s Cerner EMR. Following that, she served as Chief Medical Officer for Primary Care for The Emory Clinic (Emory’s faculty practice plan). Since 2006, Dr. Castellano has served as CMO and CQO for both The Emory Clinic and Emory’s owned, non-faculty practice, Emory Specialty Associates. Currently, she is serving as Associate Clinic Director and CMO for both practice groups. Dr. Castellano is a member of the AAMC Chief Medical Officers Group and has served (and currently serves) on several executive and advisory committees for both AAMC and Vizient.

    Maureen E. Haldeman, MBA, MHA

    Chief Operating Officer
    Emory Clinic and Specialty Associates

    Maureen Haldeman joined Emory Healthcare as Vice President, Emory Clinic and Chief Administrative Officer, Emory Specialty Associates in December 2010. She served as Interim Chief Operating Officer for the Emory Physician Group Practice from April 2016 to February 2018, and then was appointed Chief Operating Officer in February 2018.

    Ms. Haldeman has over 25 years of physician practice management experience in an integrated delivery system. Previously, Ms. Haldeman was the Executive Vice President of Saint Joseph’s Medical Group, the Vice President of Physician Practice at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, and the Vice President of Physician Services at WellStar Health System.

    Ms. Haldeman received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Wellesley College, and her Master of Health Administration and Master of Business Administration from Georgia State University. Ms. Haldeman is a Fellow in the American College of Medical Practice Executives

  • 2020 GBA/GIP Virtual Programming: Disrupting the HR Model: What Happens When You Blow Up the Old Way of Working? - November 19

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 11/19/2020 at 4:00 PM (EST)

    The University of California, Irvine (UCI) HR department has undertaken a significant transformation by unifying disparate HR units and elevating the visibility and leadership of HR to the chancellor level to provide more disciplined, strategic services.

    The University of California, Irvine (UCI) HR department has undertaken a significant transformation by unifying disparate HR units and elevating the visibility and leadership of HR to the chancellor level to provide more disciplined, strategic services. These changes respect the differences across three unique business enterprises—medical center, health affairs and campus—and include a think tank partnership that works across the three units on initiatives that support the university's strategic goals, address issues, and implement programs and applications that are changing the way UCI staff members work. We’ll share how individual units were reorganized to help solve problems at an enterprise level and the single service center that is the result of centralizing the three HR units to provide more shared, consolidated services.                      

    Learning Objectives: 
    1. Build a framework for reorganizing their organization’s HR model around strategic goals. 
    2. Untie their organization to the historical way of structuring HR and create a culture open to new ideas and innovation. 
    3. Elevate HR by moving from an administrative arm to a strategic partner.  

    Speakers: 

    Ramona Agrela 
    Associate Chancellor / Chief Human Resources Executive 
    University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine  

    Michelle Quint 
    Executive Director, UCI Health Human Resources 
    University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine 

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    The AAMC is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE sponsors through its website:  www.nasbaregistry.org 

    Attendance at this webinar – “2020 GBA/GIP Virtual Programming: Webinar on Disrupting the HR Model: What Happens When You Blow Up the Old Way of Working?” will provide 1 hour of Continuing Professional Education credits in the area of Business Management and Organization. The program level for this meeting is basic. The delivery method is Group-Live – presented online due to COVID-19. No prerequisites or advance preparation is required. Participation in this webinar is free.  For questions about CPE credit, please contact Heather Sacks at hsacks@aamc.org

    After completing this webinar, you will be able to:  

    1. Build a framework for reorganizing their organization’s HR model around strategic goals.
    2. Untie you organization to the historical way of structuring HR and create a culture open to new ideas and innovation.
    3. Elevate HR by moving from an administrative arm to a strategic partner.
  • 2020 GBA & GFP Joint Webinar: Understanding the Impact of COVID-19 on Physician Compensation - November 12

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 11/12/2020 at 3:00 PM (EST)

    During this webinar, physician compensation experts from SullivanCotter will provide a national picture on the pandemic’s impact on compensation with an in-depth look at how academic medical centers are responding to the pandemic.

    Academic medical centers are evaluating ways to best position themselves to manage anticipated increases in volume, navigate the transition to value-based reimbursement, and support long-term financial sustainability. SullivanCotter has used their extensive experience and data to closely track and carefully evaluate the pandemic’s impact on physician faculty compensation. During this 75-minute webinar, physician compensation experts from SullivanCotter will provide a national picture on the pandemic’s impact on compensation with an in-depth look at how academic medical centers are responding to the pandemic.

    Participants also will hear from two faculty practice executives on how their physician groups, OHSU Practice Plan and MCV Physicians, have addressed physician compensation in light of the pandemic. Following the presentations, attendees will participate in a Q&A and discussion period.   

    This webinar is Part I in a series of jointly sponsored webinars by the Group on Business Affairs (GBA) and the Group on Faculty Practice (GFP). Part II will discuss the results from the 2019 AAMC/SullivanCotter Survey on Physician Faculty Compensation Methodologies, the third survey done by the AAMC and SullivanCotter to help members understand how compensation methodologies for faculty physicians, community physicians that are part of an AMC, and Advanced Practice Providers are evolving. Perspectives from AAMC member institutions will also be shared during Part II.

    Speakers:

    Ivy Baer, JD, MPH 
    Senior Director and Regulatory Counsel Regulatory and Policy Group 
    Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC)  

    Darrell Allen Griffith, MBA 
    Senior Associate Dean, Finance & Administration
    Chief Operating Officer, MCV Physicians 
    Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine  

    Anthony R. Masciotra, Jr. 
    SVP, Chief, Ambulatory and Professional Practice Officer, OHSU Health 
    CEO, OHSU Practice Plan, OHSU Health 
    Sr. Associate Dean, Clinical Practice, School of Medicine 
    OHSU School of Medicine   

    Jason Tackett, MBA, MS 
    Principal 
    Physician Design Practice Co-Leader 
    SullivanCotter

  • Addressing Sexual Harassment in Academic Medicine - October 28

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 10/28/2020 at 2:30 PM (EDT)

    The 2018 National Academy of Science report on Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in the Academic Sciences, Engineering and Medicine revealed the prevalence of sexual and gender harassment of women is in STEMM.

    The 2018 National Academy of Science report on Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in the Academic Sciences, Engineering and Medicine revealed the prevalence of sexual and gender harassment of women in STEMM. The report demonstrated that 50% of women faculty and staff and 20-50% of women students encounter or experience sexually harassing conduct in academia, and medicine has the highest frequency. Since the report release, institutions and national agencies have dedicated considerable effort to explore innovative ways to address sexual harassment. This year both the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) Action Collaborative on Preventing Sexual Harassment in Higher Education have been making progress to create change in the culture of science to maximize talent and end harassment. Finally, new data collected by the AAMC of faculty experiences of sexual and gender harassment across genders sheds light on issues specific to academic medicine.

    Join Carrie Wolinetz, PhD, NIH Acting Chief of Staff and Associate Director for Science Policy, and Frazier Benya, PhD, study director for the NASEM sexual harassment report, and the AAMC as they address:

    Drs. Wolinetz and Benya welcome discussion during a question and answer period to follow the presentation. You may also submit questions ahead of time to Amanda Field, PhD, AAMC Senior Science Policy Specialist, at afield@aamc.org.

    Frazier Benya, PhD

    Senior Program Officer with the Committee on Women in Science, Engineering, and Medicine; NASEM

    Dr. Benya’s work focuses on ensuring that science, engineering, and medicine are ethical and socially responsible, both in their practice and in who gets to participate in the work. She recently served as the study director for the National Academies study “Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.” Dr. Benya earned her M.A. in Bioethics and Ph.D. in History of Science, Technology, and Medicine from the University of Minnesota.

    Carrie Wolinetz, PhD

    Acting Chief of Staff and Associate Director for Science Policy and Director of the Office of Science Policy (OSP); NIH

    As leader of OSP, Dr. Wolinetz advises the NIH Director on science policy matters of significance to the agency, the research community, and the public, on a wide range of issues including human subjects protections, biosecurity, emerging biotechnologies ranging from stem cells to gene editing, data sharing, regenerative medicine, the organization and management of NIH, and the innovation polices related to NIH-funded research.  Prior to joining NIH, Dr. Wolinetz worked on biomedical research policy issues as the Deputy Director for Federal Affairs at the Association of American Universities (AAU) and the Director of Scientific Affairs and Public Relations at the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB). She also served as the President of United for Medical Research, a leading NIH advocacy coalition. Outside of NIH, Dr. Wolinetz teaches as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Georgetown University in the School of Foreign Service’s program on Science, Technology & International Affairs. She has a BS in animal science from Cornell University, and she received her PhD in animal science from The Pennsylvania State University, where her area of research was reproductive physiology.

    Ross McKinney, MD

    Facilitator, Chief Scientific Officer; AAMC

    Dr. McKinney leads an array of AAMC programs that support all aspects of medical research and training. He also represents the AAMC nationally on issues related to research and science policy, administration, and workforce development, and education and training. Dr. McKinney joined the AAMC in 2016 after serving as a member of the Duke faculty since 1985. During his time at Duke, he was director of the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, vice dean for research at Duke University School of Medicine, and director of the Trent Center for Bioethics, Humanities, and History of Medicine. Among his career highlights, Dr. McKinney was first author of the key Phase I and II studies on Zidovudine (AZT) use in children, and he conducted research on the natural history, prevention, and treatment of pediatric HIV disease. He received his bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College in 1975. He earned his medical degree from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry and completed his internship and residency in Pediatrics, and fellowship in Pediatric Infectious Diseases, at Duke University Medical Center.

  • GREAT/GRAND Community Forum

    Contains 7 Product(s)

    The AAMC invites GREAT Group and GRAND members to join in a new webinar series to give these communities a place to receive briefings on new and emerging issues, interact, and discuss topics of interest.

    The AAMC is providing these forums as a platform for sharing important policy updates and other timely information with the GREAT Group and GRAND communities. Topics are selected by AAMC staff with input from the GREAT Group and GRAND Steering Committees, and suggestions are invited from the membership.

    Please send topic suggestions to Amanda Field, PhD, AAMC Science Policy Specialist, at afield@aamc.org.

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    Rebekah Corlew, PhD, AAMC Director of Constituent Engagement for Research Education and Women in Medicine and Science. 
    Dr. Corlew is the constituent engagement director and contact for the GREAT group, GRAND, and GWIMS.



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    Amanda Field, PhD, AAMC Science Policy Specialist
    Dr. Field follows research and research training issues for the GREAT group and GRAND and is hosting this series.






  • AAMC Panel Discussion: Building a Culture of Collaboration: GME Leaders Establishing Critical Connections - October 15

    Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 10/15/2020 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    The challenges occurring in academic medicine presented by the global COVID crisis require leaders to break down silos and establish a culture of collaboration across the enterprise.

    The challenges occurring in academic medicine presented by the global COVID crisis require leaders to break down silos and establish a culture of collaboration across the enterprise. In response, GME leaders are taking an integrated approach to sharing critical resources and expertise in this high stress, complex, and rapidly changing environment. Collaboration between institutions and across health professions has had a profound impact on healthcare provider engagement and well-being at mission-driven academic health centers in times of crisis. During this webinar, leaders in GME, in partnership with other leaders within their academic health center will share strategies for promoting cross-institutional, interprofessional and interdepartmental communication and collaborative efforts, bringing diverse groups together to lead the nation’s response to the global pandemic.  

    Please make sure you are using the latest version of Google Chrome or Firefox to register for the webinar and attend.  Internet Explorer is not compatible with the system.

    Woodson "Scott" Jones, MD

    Vice Dean for GME and DIO, Professor of Pediatrics, UT Health San Antonio Long School of Medicine

    Woodson "Scott" Jones, M.D. is the Vice Dean for GME and DIO in the Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine (LLSOM), University of Texas Health, San Antonio. He is a Professor in the Department of Pediatrics. The Office of GME provides oversight for over 60 ACGME-accredited residency and fellowship programs, nearly 30 non-ACGME fellowship programs, with more than 850 residents. Prior to joining the LLSOM, Dr. Jones served as the Dean, DIO and CEO of the San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium (SAUSHEC), also overseeing graduate-allied health training programs. 

    Dr. Jones successfully completed the AAMC GME Leadership Development Course in May 2011. He is active in the AAMC as the Director for the GME Leadership Certificate Program and a liaison to the Group on Resident Affairs Steering Committee. Previous positions include: Associate Dean of GME, SAUSHEC; Pediatric Residency Program Director, SAUSHEC; Chief of Pediatrics, Craig Joint Theater Hospital, Bagram AB, Afghanistan; Pediatric Clerkship Director, Uniformed Services University (USU), Bethesda, MD; Maternal/Child Flight Commander, 31st Medical Group, Aviano AB, Italy; and Chief of Residents, Department of Pediatrics, Wilford Hall Medical Center. Dr. Jones completed his Pediatric Residency at WHMC in 1993. He graduated Alpha Omega Alpha in 1990 from the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, and earned a BA in Biology from Baylor University in 1986.

    Dr. Jones’ honors include multiple research, clinical and teaching awards, to include the William P. Clement, Jr. Award for Excellence in Education from the USU F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine Class of 2006, awarded to the uniformed faculty educator who exemplifies the principles of excellence in education by personal example and performance. In 2012, he was selected as an honorary member of the Order of Military Medical Merit for his contributions to the U.S. Army Medical Department. Dr. Jones’ has numerous published articles, book chapters, abstracts, and national/international presentations. While in the Air Force, his awards included the Legion of Merit Medal, the Joint Service and Air Force Meritorious Service Medals, two NATO medals, and an Afghanistan Campaign Medal. 


    Emily Volk, MD, MBA, FCAP

    Senior Vice President Clinical Services at University Health Systems

    Emily E. Volk, MD, MBA, FCAP is the President-Elect of the College of American Pathologists. She practices cytopathology and surgical pathology at University Hospital, San Antonio, Texas, where she is an assistant professor of pathology at the Long School of Medicine. She also serves as the Senior Vice President, Clinical Services for University Health System where she works with medical staff leaders on peer review and credentialing while leading quality initiatives, risk management, infection control, accreditation and regulatory compliance. Dr. Volk, board-certified in anatomic pathology and clinical pathology with subspecialty certification in cytopathology, received her medical degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 1993. She completed her pathology residency training with a certification year in Surgical Pathology with an emphasis in Gastrointestinal Pathology at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio in 1998. Dr. Volk completed her fellowship in cytopathology at William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI. Dr. Volk serves on the Executive Board of the Texas Society of Pathologists and is past president of the Michigan Society of Pathologists.  

    Yolanda Wimberly, MD, MSc, FAAP

    Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs, Prof of Clinical Pediatrics, DIO

    Dr. Yolanda Wimberly is the Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, Grady Campus, Associate Dean of Graduate Medical Education and Designated Institutional Official for the Graduate Medical Education Office at Morehouse School of Medicine. and Professor of Clinical Pediatric at Morehouse School of Medicine. She is double boarded in Adolescent Medicine and Pediatrics. Dr. Wimberly practices at several Adolescent/Young Adult health centers located in the Atlanta area. She directs a teen center at Morehouse Medical Associates and is a staff doctor at Student Health Services at Clark Atlanta University and Morehouse College.Originally from Nashville, TN, Dr. Wimberly completed her medical training at Meharry Medical College, her residency at Northwestern Children's Memorial Hospital and an adolescent medicine fellowship at Cincinnati Children's Hospital. She is the past president of the Georgia Chapter of the Society for Adolescent Medicine and is very active in her community. She is a member of numerous professional organizations and also serves on several national advisory committees. She served as a member of the ACGME Pediatric Residency Review Committee for 2 terms (6 years) and is also an ACGME volunteer CLER site visitor. In addition, she is a member of the American Board of Pediatrics Program Director Advisory Group. She is committed to medical education and the enhancement of the resident education process to produce excellent physicians who provide primary care and advocacy services to the community. She completed a comprehensive Sexually Transmitted Disease Curriculum (STIKR), with a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, for implementation into medical schools nationally. She has provided quality health care to her patients and her community her entire career and was awarded the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award at Cincinnati Children's Hospital for her efforts, the prestigious Dean's Award at MSM.

    Kelley Carroll, MD

    Executive Vice President of Ambulatory Care Services and Chief of Ambulatory Medicine at Grady Health System

    Dr. Kelley Carroll is Executive Vice President of Ambulatory Care Services/Chief of Ambulatory Medicine at Atlanta’s Grady Health System. Dr. Carroll joined the health system in 2017, after having served as Assistant Chief of Staff for Ambulatory Care of Harris Health System in Houston, Texas, where she had responsibility for nine Harris Health clinics and 80 University of Texas Family Medicine faculty.    At Grady, Carroll directly oversees all Grady employed physicians and advanced practice professionals practicing in the ambulatory settings.  In addition, she works with the medical school partners, key health system divisions and executive leaders to ensure timely, efficient, high quality, patient centered ambulatory care.  A 2002 honors graduate of George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Dr. Carroll completed her residency in family medicine at the University of Texas McGovern Medical School in Houston.  From there, she then joined the Family and Community Medicine faculty as an assistant professor of family medicine, providing direct patient care and resident education at one of the Harris Health System community health centers. She was selected as an emerging leader at McGovern Medical School in 2013, providing the opportunity to attend the Harvard School of Public Health for healthcare leadership training.  She received a certificate in physician leadership from University of Texas School of Public Health in 2015. 

    David Kountz, MD, MBA, FACP

    Associate Dean & Co-Chief Academic Officer, Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University

    David S. Kountz, MD, MBA, FACP is Co-Chief Academic Officer and Vice President for Academic Diversity at Hackensack Meridian Health (HMH) and Professor of Medicine and Founding Associate Dean for Diversity and Equity at the Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University.   A graduate of Princeton University (AB), SUNY/Buffalo School of Medicine (MD) and Georgian Court University (MBA), Dr. Kountz holds state and national leadership roles in medical education, including appointment by Governor Christie to the Accreditation Graduate Medical Education Council of New Jersey in 2016 and current Chair for the Group on Resident Affairs of the Association of American Medical Colleges.  A practicing general internist at Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Dr. Kountz‘s research and educational interests include pipeline programs for students underrepresented in medicine; graduate medical education; leadership development; and hypertension and related disorders in underserved populations. Dr. Kountz has authored more than 100 peer-reviewed publications, book chapters, editorials and abstracts, as well as serving as an investigator on more than 20 grants, including a current grant to assess the value of social networks to help clinicians with safe opioid prescribing. Dr. Kountz is also involved in community outreach activities, having run annual “mini-medical school” programs for high school students in Monmouth and Ocean Counties.  In 2014, the New Jersey School Board Association awarded the program its School Leader Award, which recognizes creative classroom and extracurricular programs in New Jersey's public schools.  Dr. Kountz is the 2019 recipient of the Verice M. Mason Community Service Leader Award from the Edward J. Ill Excellence in Medicine Foundation.                   

    Ellen Angelo, DNP, MSN, RN, CCRN

    Chief Nursing Officer, Jersey Shore University Medical Center

    Ellen Angelo, DNP, MSN, R.N., CCRN, of Holmdel, N.J., is chief nursing officer of Hackensack Meridian Jersey Shore University Medical Center. Ellen previously served as vice president, chief nursing officer at Ocean Medical Center and has held a nursing leadership position with Hackensack Meridian Health for nine years. Prior to serving as VP, chief nursing officer, she served as senior manager, Patient Care at Ocean Medical Center and also as director of Medical Surgical Nursing at two hospitals; Monmouth Medical Center, in Long Branch, N.J., and Union Hospital, in Union, N.J.    A multiple nursing award recipient, Ellen has received the Elizabeth Kellogg Nursing Excellence Award, Monsignor Bradley Nursing Research Award, and Critical Care Nurse of the Year award, among others. She is an adjunct professor for nursing and medical programs at Georgian Court University. Ellen is a member of the Organization of Nurse Leaders and the American Organization of Nurse Executives.   She holds a Nursing Diploma from Elizabeth General Hospital School of Nursing, an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing from Union County College, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Kean University, a Master of Science in Nursing from Monmouth University, a Six Sigma Certificate for green, lean and black belt from Villanova University, and a Doctor of Nursing Practice from Drexel University.   Located in Neptune, Jersey Shore University Medical Center is a not-for-profit teaching hospital and the only Level II Trauma and Level II Pediatric Trauma Center in Monmouth and Ocean counties. It is home to K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital, the first children’s hospital in Monmouth and Ocean counties. 

  • AAMC Building Better Curriculum Webinar - October 14

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 10/14/2020 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    Please join us for two presentations in our continuing series on Building a Better Curriculum.

    Part 1: “Capturing CI Data Within the Clinical Years”

    The Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) is the largest medical school in the country, with nine regional campuses located throughout the state of Indiana. We will share our methods for documenting the clinical curriculum in ways that robustly capture the curriculum while maintaining an accurate representation of the shared student experiences across all of our campuses. 

    Part 2: “Challenges in Mapping an Integrated Curriculum”

    This presentation will chronicle the process of strategy development and evolution for mapping the integrated parts of the curriculum at Nova Southeastern University’s Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine.

    Please visit http://www.aamc.org/cir/webinars for a complete list of past and future events. 

    If you would like to register for the entire series, please click here. Check back for additional webinars that are added to the series.

    Stephanie Freed

    Clinical Sciences Curriculum Specialist – Phase 3, Indiana University School of Medicine

    Stephanie joined the IUSM Medical Student Education Team in 2018 during a time of renewed focus on the Phase 3 (fourth-year) student experience. Since joining the team, she has participated in rapid and ongoing curriculum changes aimed at enhancing the Phase 3 curriculum. Before working for the IUSM, Stephanie served in various science education roles at the Undergraduate and Secondary levels. While completing her Master’s Degree at the University of Notre Dame, she earned several teaching awards and honed her passion for education administration. 

    Neelum Safdar

    Clinical Science Curriculum Specialist – Phase 2, Indiana University School of Medicine

    Neelum works with the Phase 2 Assistant Dean for Curriculum in the Clinical Sciences, at the Indiana School of Medicine, to manage clinical curricular programs and activities for the third year of Undergraduate Medicine. This includes the development, implementation, evaluation and maintenance of the statewide clinical medical school curriculum at all IU School of Medicine (IUSM) campuses. She also works with clerkship teams to collate curriculum data to upload to the AAMC.  In addition, she acts as a project manager for various curriculum development initiatives and serves in an advisory capacity on a variety of curriculum committees. Before joining the IUSM school of medicine, Neelum worked as a Microbiologist for 15 years and then transitioned to teaching Chemistry and AP Biology.  She completed her Masters Degree in Education while serving as a Vice Principal in a private K-12 school. 

    Christine Nelson

    Director of Curricular Affairs, Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine, Nova Southeastern University

    Christine Nelson has served in an administrative role at NSU MD since April 2017. Hired as the Curriculum Content Manager (curriculum mapper), she transitioned to the role of Director of Curricular Affairs in 2018 just prior to the start of the charter class. Previously she was the Program Manager for the Biomedical Informatics Program in NSU’s Osteopathic Medicine school for almost 10 years. She has also done medical case management for a non-profit serving the HIV+ low income community, was employed at a camp for children with chronic/terminal illness, and spent four years working in retention at the University of Miami. 

  • AAMC Building Better Curriculum Webinar Series

    Contains 9 Product(s) 1 new product(s) added recently

    The AAMC Building Better Curriculum monthly one-hour webinar series is an opportunity for curriculum deans, leaders, administrators, teaching faculty, and staff to learn about and explore innovations in curriculum and curriculum mapping.

    The AAMC Building Better Curriculum monthly one-hour webinar series is an opportunity for curriculum deans, leaders, administrators, teaching faculty, and staff to learn about and explore innovations in curriculum and curriculum mapping. It also provides a venue for AAMC to provide updates on Curriculum Inventory developments. Attendees can see show demonstrations of new reports, preview upcoming publications, brainstorm issues related to gathering, entering, aggregating, reviewing, and reporting on curriculum data, and provide input regarding next steps in reports and publications. 

    Registration is required.

  • FY 2021 IPPS Final Rule Webinar - October 7

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 10/07/2020 at 3:00 PM (EDT)

    During this 90 minute webinar, AAMC staff will present on hospital payment and quality provisions from CMS’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) final rule.Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions once the presentations have concluded.

    During this 90 minute webinar, AAMC staff will present on hospital payment and quality provisions from CMS’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) final rule.

    Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions once the presentations have concluded.”Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions once the presentations have concluded.

    Please use Google Chrome, Firefox, Edge or Safari on this registration site.  Internet Explorer will not function properly as it is too old to be compatible with the registration system. 

    Mary Mullaney
    Director, Hospital Payment Policies 

    Andrew Amari
    Policy and Regulatory Analyst, Hospital and GME Payment Policy 

    Phoebe Ramsey
    Sr. Regulatory Analyst, Quality and Payment Policy

  • 2020 GBA/GIP Virtual Programming: Webinar on Faculty Office Space – Research and Strategies to Address Real Versus Perceived Needs - October 6

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 10/06/2020 at 3:00 PM (EDT)

    A daunting challenge facing all academic health systems is how to effectively accommodate faculty offices within the policies, practices, and resource capabilities of universities and their colleges of medicine.

    A daunting challenge facing all academic health systems is how to effectively accommodate faculty offices within the policies, practices, and resource capabilities of universities and their colleges of medicine. This presentation shares research conducted with faculty– individually and in focus groups, in partnership with a national research-oriented furniture vendor, on what they truly need and why that is the case. Interpersonal and cultural dynamics, including perceived entitlements, are considered along with legitimate functional need in an effort to determine where private faculty offices fit within a larger overall strategy. Outcomes include revised office size guidelines, appropriate levels of faculty choice in their office spaces, 'branded' finishes, modularity, and reasonable comparability between existing office environments and new office space. Strategy also addresses the degree to which Department and Division faculty warrant immediate proximity to staff, fellows, research and clinical spaces, and other interdisciplinary faculty. Implementing the findings requires aligned senior leadership, a communication plan, supply chain and vendor partnerships, enlightened construction professionals, and a connection to the College's Capital Plan.                           

    Learning Objectives: 

    • Distinguish between real and perceived needs of physicians as office workers.                             
    • Effectively address often unsubstantiated claims of office needs and requirements across variables such as practice type, privacy, and location.                                                     
    • Implement strategies, tools, and tactics employed at a growing public, research-oriented academic health system to deal with the faculty office crisis. 

    Speakers:

    William Orosz, MPA
    Administrative Director, Planning Services 
    The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

    Bill Orosz graduated from Miami University in 1978, and earned an MPA from Ohio State University in 1980, with emphasis on health policy.  His 40 year planning career includes professional service to over 90 healthcare organizations throughout the United States and Canada.  For 17 years, he served as a Partner in a Columbus area architecture firm.  He has served on the Boards of city, state and national organizations including Leadership Ohio, Columbus Historical Society, Urban Land Institute Health And Life Sciences Council, the Association of American Medical Colleges Group on Institutional Planning (GIP), and the  American College of Healthcare Executives Regents Advisory Council.  Bill serves as liaison to the larger University on sustainability issues, and is a leader in creating the related ‘cultural changes’ occurring within OSUWMC.  He is the chief planning officer in charge of space planning and space management of upwards of 8  million square feet of academic, research and clinical space.  Bill facilitates Medical Center capital planning and capital budgeting processes.  He resides in Powell, Ohio with his wife of 40 years, Dr. Janet E. Foley Orosz.  A native of Cleveland, he enjoys Cleveland and Buckeye sports, NASCAR,  golf and gardening.

    Corrie Feldmann, MA
    Senior Facility Planner
    The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

    Corrie Feldmann is a Senior Facility Planner with over 20 years of experience designing and managing major healthcare facilities across the country.  These include the Dell Children's Hospital, which is the first Platinum LEED hospital.  Others include the James Cancer Hospital at Ohio State University, and  the Neurosciences Center at Riverside Hospital.  He facilitates key connections between design and construction in a results driven approach focused on customer needs.  He is currently helping to lead faculty office master planning for the College of Medicine, and has developed the office strategies enabling the construction of a Health Sciences Education Center at OSU.  Corrie is a lead researcher on the study being presented.

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    The AAMC is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE sponsors through its website:  www.nasbaregistry.org 

    Attendance at this webinar – “2020 GBA/GIP Virtual Programming: Webinar on Faculty Office Space – Research and Strategies to Address Real Versus Perceived Needs” will provide 1 hour of Continuing Professional Education credits in the area of Business Management and Organization. The program level for this meeting is basic. The delivery method is Group-Live – presented online due to COVID-19. No prerequisites or advance preparation is required. Participation in this webinar is free.  For questions about CPE credit, please contact Heather Sacks at hsacks@aamc.org

    After completing this webinar, you will be able to:   

    • Distinguish between real and perceived needs of physicians as office workers.
    • Effectively address often unsubstantiated claims of office needs and requirements, across variables such as age, practice type, privacy, and location. 
    • Implement strategies, tools, and tactics employed at a growing public, research-oriented academic health system to deal with the faculty office crisis.

    Please note that you will be required to participate on this webinar for at least 50 minutes in order to receive the full CPE credit.