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EB 2009 Activities of the DPE

June 26, 2012

EB 2009 Activities of the Division for Pharmacology Education

Sat, April 18


Teaching Institute: Threading New Concepts into Existing Curriculum: Experiences with Genomics
 12:30 - 3:00 PM - Convention Center Room 207.

ASPET Business Meeting
6:00 - 7:30 PM - Hilton Ball Room HEC-A

Graduate Student-Postdoctoral Colloquium: Mentoring: It Goes Both Ways
3:15 - 5:45 PM Convention Center, Room 209

Sun, April 19


Workshop: Integrating Basic Sciences and Patient Care in a Core Clerkship Curriculum
9:30 - 12:00 PM - Convention Center, Room 208
Chair: Amy Wilson-Delfosse (Click to download PowerPoints)

Integrating basic and clinical sciences in the post-gateway era
  Frazier Stevenson, UC, Davis 

Building integration in a new medical school: University of Central Florida College of Medicine
Lynn M. Crespo, University of Central Florida

Integrating basic sciences and patient care in Western Reserve2

Amy L. Wilson-Delfosse, Case Western Reserve University


Design of an integrative case: Small Group Discussions

  • Amy Wilson-Delfosse, Case Western Reserve University
  • James P. Bruzik, Case Western Reserve University
  • Lynn M. Crespo, University of Central Florida
  • Frazier Stevenson, UC, Davis


DPE Exec. Comm
12;30 - 2.30 Hilton Magnolia Room Lunch will be provided

Pharmacology Education Division Workshop: Using Human Patient Simulators to Enhance Pharmacology Education Throughout the Undergraduate Medical Curriculum
3:00 - 5:30 PM - Hilton Melrose Room
Chair: John L. Szarek


Simulation has been a mainstay in graduate medical education, but only recently has it become more common in undergraduate medical education. This workshop will help pharmacology faculty learn how simulation using patient simulators can be used as part of their repertoire of learning modalities for medical students in the first two years and beyond. The workshop will include didactic and hands-on activities on simulation modalities, the rationale for the use of simulation, simulation as a complement to the basic science curriculum, and scenario construction and debriefing.

Hands on experience using a human patient simulator.
Facilitators: John L. Szarek, AT Still University and Robert J. Theobald, Jr., AT Still University, Kirksville, M

The rationale for the use of simulation as a complement to the basic science curriculum.

John L. Szarek, AT Still University

Scenario construction and debriefing

Susan Pasquale, University of Massachusetts Medical School
Adoption and implementation strategies (and coping strategies for dealing with barriers) that could be used to support using simulation for teaching pharmacology throughout the undergraduate curriculum.

Construction of cases: interactive session
William B. Jeffries, Creighton University School of Medicine

Human Simulator Resources from Laerdal


DPE Business Mtg
5:30 - 6:30 Hilton Melrose Room
Mon, April 20

Regenerative Pharmacology: “The New Pharmacology”
9:30 - NOON Convention Center Room 209

Graduate Recruitment and Education Committee Meeting
12:30-2:30 PM, Hilton Magnolia Room

Joint Mixer
7:30 - 9:00 PM - Hilton Magnolia Room

 

Inaugural Pharmacology Education Travel Award

Kitty McMahon
 Kitty McMahon, Ph.D. of Texas Tech (left) accepts the inaugural Division for Pharmacology Education Travel Award at the Division Business Meeting at EB2009 from Division Chair George Dunaway, Ph.D. (right).


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 Photos from the Pharmacology Education Division Workshop: Using Human Patient Simulators to Enhance Pharmacology Education Throughout the Undergraduate Medical Curriculum

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