2020 Innovation posters
“Medical Education Innovation” refers to innovative curricula that address a current issue within medical education. The innovation should be based on learning principles and be designed to meet a specific need. Examples include but are not limited to health and wellness, quality improvement, patient safety, interprofessional education, service learning.
Development and Implementation of Scholarly Concentrations for Individualized Medical Student Experience
Jenna Carter, Michael Franklin, Cooper Laurain, Richard Baker, M.D., Jason Booza, Ph.D., Steven Daveluy, M.D., Sonia Hassan, M.D., Diane Levine, M.D., Jennifer Mendez, Ph.D., Ijeoma Nnodim Opara, M.D., Senthil Rajasekaran M.D., Latonya Riddle-Jones, M.D., Joseph Dunbar, Ph.D.
Adding Gratitude and Good Outcomes to Morbidity and Mortality Conference: Highlighting Residents’ Hard Work and Achievements in Patient Care
Leslie McDonough, MD; Lindsay Petersen, MD; Ann Woodward, MD
Innovations on improving the workflow for physicians as it pertains to Autism screening and comorbid conditions.
Neeli Thati M.D, Roxas Renato, M.D Krista Clancy PhD, Mathew J Edick, PhD
Mental Health First Aid Training for All First Year Medical Students: Baseline Knowledge, Attitudes, and Immediate Impact
Anita Ukani, Tiffani Strickland, Margit Chadwell MD, Eva Waineo MD
A Survey of Patient Satisfaction With Telehealth Services During The CoVID-19 Pandemic
Candace Acuff, MPH, Brittany Brauer, MS, Renieh Nabaty, Jaffar Elminini, Heather N. Abraham, MD
Impact of Incorporating Medications for Addiction Treatment (MAT) Waiver Training during Undergraduate Medical Clerkship Curriculum
Kaycee Ching, Katherine Loveluck, Tabitha E. Moses, Michael Garmo, Rafael Ramos, Eva Waineo MD, Diane Levine MD
Implementation of an Ophthalmology Focused Quality Improvement (QI) Curriculum at Kresge Eye Institute
Shibandri Das MD, Matthew Silbergleit BS, Mark S. Juzych MD MHSA, & Pradeepa Yoganathan MD MSc
Professional Coaching in Residency: The Analysis of a Novel Approach Decreasing Resident Burnout
Matthew Silbergleit BS, Shibandri Das MD, Mark S. Juzych MD MHSA, & Pradeepa Yoganathan MD MSc
Real-time Health and Wellness Check-In System for Medical Student Wellness at Wayne State University School of Medicine (WSUSOM)
Julie Fynke, M.P.H., Marla Krasnick, Gurbani Bedi, Eva Waineo, M.D.
Exploring Global Public Health And Social Determinants of Health Through An Interdisciplinary Approach
Julie Gleason-Comstock, PhD, MCHES; Vijaya Arun Kumar, MD, MPH; Tsveti Markova, MD, FAAP; Juliann Binienda, PhD
Expanding Medical Student Engagement in Wellness Initiatives at Wayne State University School of Medicine
Katelyn Kerr, Thomas Sprys-Tellner, Ellie Lewandowski, Marla Krasnick, Eva Waineo MD
Understanding and Addressing Women's Health and Mental Health Disparities in Correctional Facilities
Arthur Orchanian, Angelina Palacios, Katherine Palmer Loveluck, Aaron Orellana, Anointing Onuoha, Adam Olszewski
High-Yield Practical Emergency Skills (HYPES) for Pre-Clinical Medical Students
Katherine Palmer Loveluck, Lauren Shawver, Claire Novelly, Elizabeth Jakubowski, Katherine E. Brown, Kendrick Belardo, Adam Olszewski, and Kristiana Kaufmann MD, MPH
Virtual Room of Horrors: Transforming a quality improvement education program to a virtual setting with the goal of early introduction of quality improvement and awareness of patient safety and medical errors to medical students
Megan Walsh, Jie Chi MD, Lea Monday PharmD MD, Omid Yazdanpanah MD, Mowyad Khalid MD, Caleb Sokolowski, Diane L Levine MD