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Schedule at a Glance

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9–10 am CST
Scholarly Topic Presentations with Discussion (concurrent live Zoom presentations)

  • D01: For Residency Programs That Offer FM Clerkships: How to Develop a Didactic Curriculum Dedicated for Medical Students Only
  • D02: Constructing Curricular Materials That Reflect our Patients: Working Towards Improving Diversity in Pre-clerkship Curricula
  • D03: Developing and Piloting an Elective Focused on Maximizing Integration of Behavioral Health in a Student Run Free Clinic
  • D04: Conversation With the Editors of PRiMER: Guidance and Resources to Move Your Scholarship Toward Publication
  • D05: Best Practices on Sharing Feedback With Adult Ambulatory Preceptors
  • D06: How Telehealth Got us Through the COVID Pandemic and how We're Going to Keep Going
  • D07: Implementing Narrative Evaluations in a New Family Medicine Clerkship: Strategies to Reduce Bias and Improve Quality
  • D08: Battling Badmouthing: A Workshop on Novel Interventions to Combat Specialty Disrespect
  • D09: Developing LGBTQ+ Medicine Curriculum
  • D10: Implementing the H&P 360 to Prepare Learners for Chronic Disease Care Post-COVID 19

9–10 am CST

Collaborative Business Meetings (Zoom; open to all attendees)

  • STFM Medical Student Education Collaborative 
  • STFM Medical Student Education Academic Coordinators and Administrators 

10:15-10:25 am CST       
A Special Welcome from Our Virtual Host City - San Antonio!
Conference Chair Welcome & Orientation
Suzanne Minor, MD, 2022 Conference Chair

10:25–10:30 am CST
President's Message
Aaron Michelfelder, MD, STFM President

10:30–11:30 am CST
Opening General Session
Scott Fields Lecture: I See You: Connection at the Crossroads
Belinda Fu, MD, University of Washington, Swedish Medical Center/First Hill, Seattle, WA 

11:45 am–12:45 pm CST
Concurrent Interactive Live Sessions (Choose one session. Two presentations are presented consecutively within an hour)

Session 1:

    • L01: Junior Faculty Core Skills Toolbox: What Do You Need to Thrive as aa Medical Student Educator                         
    • L02: Promoting Continuity in Medical Education Through Family Medicine and a Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship     

Session 2:

    • L03: Systematic Assessment of Student Performance of Entrustable Professional Activities       
    • L04: Bridging the Gap: How to Balance Differences Between Student and Faculty Expectations        

Session 3:

    • L05: Work Smarter Not Harder: Collaborating Your Way to Success                                             
    • L06: Mentoring Students to Perform Quality Improvement Projects in Student-run Free Clinics: Lessons Learned       

Session 4:

    • L07: Family Medicine Scope Offers Innovative Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship Learning          
    • L08: Better Aligning Health Needs and Student Career Choice: Approaches we are Taking to Promote Family Medicine as a Specialty                                                                                                                                                                    

12:45–1:15 pm CST
Break and Visit with Conference Partners (Zoom rooms)

1:15–2:15 pm CST
Dedicated Poster Presentation/View On-Demand Sessions
or
A Special Welcome from Our Virtual Host City - San Antonio!

1:15–2:15 pm CST
Poster Walk Presentations (4-5 posters presented consecutively within an hour)

2:15–2:30 pm CST 
Brea—
Participate in one of our Wellness Activities

2:30–3:30 pm CST 
Concurrent Interactive Lectures (Choose one session. Two presentations are presented consecutively within an hour)

Session 1:

    • L09: Best Practices for Mitigating Bias and Microaggressions in Case Development                      
    • L10: CSI (Clinical Skills Integration) for the Family Medicine Clerkship     

Session 2:                                                                                                                                                         

    • L11: Effective Questioning in Medical Education                                                                            
    • L12: Medical Student Mistreatment and the Role of the Family Medicine Clerkship Director                          

2:30–4 pm CST
Concurrent Workshops
(Choose one session)

Session 1:

    • W01: Clerkship And Course Director Challenges: Crowd-Sourcing Solutions To Vexing Problems         

Session 2:

    • W02: Curriculum Design Strategies Essential to Effectively Teach a Rising Generation of Physicians.

9–10 am CST
Scholarly Topic Presentations/Discussions (concurrent live Zoom presentations)

  • D11: Student Wellness in an Unprecedented Time
  • D12: Virtual Interviewing and Recruitment for Medical Students Applying for Residency
  • D13: Medical Student Leadership Development: A Curriculum, Course, and Student Interest Group
  • D14: A Regional Consortium as a Replacement for Step 2-CS; The CCACC's CPx Experience.
  • D15: Developing Medical Students as Social Change Agents in a Service-learning Curriculum
  • D16: Implementation of an Antiracism Curriculum for First- and Fourth-Year Medical Students at a Student-Run Free Clinic
  • D17: How to FMIG in the "New Normal" of a Virtual World
  • D18: The importance of Family Physicians Maintaining Supplemental Clinical and Procedural Skills
  • D19: Integrating Programmatic Evaluation and Assessment Into Academic Medicine

9–10 am CST
Family Medicine Deans Meeting (Zoom)

10:10–11:15 am CST

Foundation Remarks: Judy Washington, MD, STFM Foundation President

General Session:
The Shame Conversation: Bringing Shame in Medical School Out of the Shadows
Will Bynum, MD

11:30 am–12:30 pm CST
Concurrent Interactive Live Sessions (Choose one session. Two presentations are presented consecutively within an hour)

Session 1:

    • L13: PTSD, Human Trafficking and Complex Trauma—Tools and Best Practices to Address These Growing Problems
    • L14: Better Together: Combining Learning Skills Support and Clinical Reasoning Into a Single Remediation Course

Session 2:

    • L15: Health Disparities FM Clerkship Curriculum: Overview of an Impactful Student Experience at UT Health San Antonio
    • L16: How to Teach Population Health Management in the Family Medicine Clerkship

Session 3:

    • L17: The Future of Family Medicine: Integrated Strategies to Attract a Diverse Workforce
    • L18: Implementation of a Patient Outreach Toolkit for a Family Medicine Clerkship

Session 4:

    • L19: Adapting High-Quality Addiction Teaching to Your Medical School Curriculum: An Optimal Role for Family Medicine
    • L20: Collaborating Nationally to Introduce High School Students to Family Medicine

12:30–1 pm CST
Break and Visit With Conference Partners

1–2 pm CST
Dedicated Poster Presentation/View On-Demand Sessions
or
Explore our Virtual Host City, San Antonio – A Private STFM Tour!

1–2 pm CST
Poster Walk Presentations (4-5 posters presented consecutively within an hour)

2:15–3:15 pm CST
Concurrent Interactive Lectures
(Choose one session. Two presentations are presented consecutively within an hour)

Session 1:

    • L21: Advising Students Through the Match: Application Fever, Virtual Interviews, and Finding the Right Fit
    • L22: Integrating Students Into Telehealth Encounters: Perspectives and Best Practices from Students and Preceptors

Session 2:

    • L23: Unlikely Bedfellows: Community-Based Service Learning as a Platform for a Quality Improvement Curriculum
    • L24: Tools to Facilitate Cognitive Integration by Medical Students

Session 3:

    • L25: Connecting the Dots: Climate, Health, and Equity
    • L26: Professional Development for the Academic Administrator/Coordinator

Session 4:

    • L27: Integration Pathways for Providers: Preceptor Development Redesigned!
    • L28: Curricular Roles for Course Administrators—Utilizing the Talents of Your Team

3:15–3:30 pm CST
Break—Participate in one of our Wellness Activities

3:30–4:30 pm CST
Concurrent Interactive Lectures (Choose one session. Two presentations are presented consecutively within an hour)

Session 1:

    • L29: STFM National Sub-Internship Curriculum: Presentation and Implementation
    • L30: Clinical Preceptor Recruitment in the Time of COVID-19

Session 2:

    • L31: The AAFP Antiracism in Medicine Curriculum Series
    • L32: Developing 3-year Accelerated Programs: Nuts & Bolts, Lessons Learned, and Pandemic Survival Skills

3:30–5 pm
Concurrent Workshops (Choose one session.)

Session 1:

    • W03: Creating Radical Belonging and Reducing Trauma and Stigma in the Clinical Setting

Session 2:

    • W04: Succeeding as a Scholar Underrepresented in Medicine: A Beginner's Guide for Students, Residents, and Faculty

9–10 am CST
Scholarly Topic Presentations/Discussions (concurrent live Zoom presentations)

  • D20: Virtual Teaching Network—It's a Bargain!
  • D21: Precepting of Medical Students during Telemedicine Visits: Successes and Challenges
  • D22: Starting or Enhancing a Student-run Free Clinic at Your Institution
  • D23: The Impact of an Educational Workshop on Clinical Cultural Competence
  • D24: What We Know About FMIGs
  • D25: Promoting Specialty Respect at Your Institution: A Virtual Roundtable Discussion
  • D26: Creating a Clerkship Competency Committee—A Key Step Towards Competency Assessment
  • D27: Gender Affirming Care: Role of Telemedicine in Patient Care and Medical Education
  • D28: Building Better Clinical Training Experiences: Training, Tools, Evaluation, and COVID
  • D29: How to Create a Successful Submission for the STFM MSE Conference
  • D30: Impact Analysis of Visual Literacy Training on Improved Patient-Centered Outcomes in Telehealth Settings

9–10 am CST  
Breakfast Conversations With our Conference Local Supporters (Zoom; open to all attendees)       

10:15–11:15 am CST
Concurrent Interactive Lectures (Choose one session. Two presentations are presented consecutively within an hour)

Session 1:

  • L33: "Test Driving" STFM's National Telemedicine Curriculum: Preliminary Results From a Multi-Institutional Pilot
  • L34: Become a Peer Review Rock Star: Top Ten Tips for Peer Review of Medical Education Research

Session 2:

  • L36: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Academic Medicine: Moving From Awareness to Action
  • L35: Population Health Mapping in Medical Education—Implications for Social Determinants of Health Disparities

10:15–11:15 am CST
Student Scholar Poster Walk
(4-5 posters presented consecutively within an hour)

11:15-11:30 pm CST
BreakParticipate in one of our Wellness Activities

11:30–12:30 pm CST
Closing General Session
From Four Lanes to Two: Leading When the Lanes are Closing
Kendall M. Campbell, MD 

12:30 pm CST
Conference Adjourns

 

1–5 pm CST
Postconference Workshop
PC1: So You Want to Be a Family Medicine Leader? Here Are the Tools You Need!
(Additional Fee:$75)

Questions

If you have questions about this conference, contact Kim Sevedge at 800-274-7928 or stfmoffice@stfm.org