ASSH.org and Hand-e
Resident Educators Workshop
09/28/2016
From: 12:30 PM To: 4:30 PM
Room 18AB, Convention Center

Resident education is an evolving process. This program will focus on educating residents in upper extremity surgery. The workshop will review the current principles critical to effective teaching and learning. We will present and assess different teaching methods, curriculum development and evaluation of residents’ skills and knowledge, as well as discussing the Hand Fellowship match and the ACGME NAS and milestones. Techniques and strategies will be examined with participant interaction.

Additional information coming soon.

 

FEES

Included in your registration.

Faculty:

David C. Ring, MD, PhD
Jean Nehme, MD
Andre Chow, MD
Warren C. Hammert, MD
A. Lee Osterman, MD
Peter J. Jebson, MD
Carlos H. Fernandes, MD
M. Catherine Sargent, MD
Hisham M. Awan, MD
Brady T. Evans
Joel C. Klena, MD
Anthony A. Smith, MD
Timothy Shane Johnson, MD
Benjamin L. Gray, MD

Co-chair(s):

David J. Bozentka, MD
Dawn M. LaPorte, MD

PROGRAM

12:30 PM
Introduction / Objectives
David Bozentka, MD, Dawn LaPorte, MD

Current Concepts – What is New, Where are we Headed?
Moderator –Dawn LaPorte, MD
Resident Education Committee Update/Discussion

12:40-12:45 PM
Dawn LaPorte, MD, Resident Education Committee Chairman 

12:45-1:05 PM
The Future of Resident and Fellow Education
David Ring, MD

1:05-1:15 PM
Discussion

1:15-1:25 PM
Digital Simulation in Hand Surgery – Touch Surgery/demo
Andre Chow, MD

1:25-1:35 PM
Discussion

1:35-1:45 PM
Hand-E Update
Warren Hammert, MD

1:45-1:50 PM
Discussion

1:50-2:00 PM
Break

Preparing the Next Generation of Hand Surgeons
Moderator –David Bozentka, MD

2:00-2:15 PM
Residency Curriculum and Evaluation of Knowledge 
Peter Jebson, MD

2:15-2:20 PM
Discussion

2:20-2:40 PM
Teaching Surgical Skills, Faculty and Resident Perspective
Hisham Awan, MD, Brady Evans, MD

2:40-2:45 PM
Discussion

2:45-2:55 PM
Hand Surgery Education in Brazil
Carlos Fernandes, MD

2:55-3:00 PM
Discussion

3:00-3:20 PM
Resident Burnout
M. Catherine Sargent, MD

3:20-3:25 PM
Discussion

3:25-3:35 PM
Learning Styles of Orthopaedic Residents
Joel Klena, MD

3:35-3:40 PM
Discussion

3:40-3:55 PM
Fellowship Match Update/Discussion
Lee Osterman, MD

3:55-4:00 PM
Discussion

4:00-4:10 PM
Grit: What is it, Can it be Measured, and Should we Consider it When we Choose our Trainees
Anthony Smith, MD

4:10-4:15 PM
Discussion

4:15-4:30 PM
Dealing with the Problem Resident/Fellow, 80 Hour Work Week, Picking the Right Resident/Fellow, Technology and Resident Education
Shane Johnson, MD, Ben Gray, MD

Small Groups/Discussion

4:30 PM: Adjourn

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