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Using Data to Inform Decision Making: Counseling Residency Applicants During Changing Times

Objective: The Covid Pandemic created a massive disruption of an already problematic residency application process with resulting altered application timelines, prolonged interview seasons and need for new processes such as virtual interviewing. These changes may further limit holistic reviews of students’ applications in the face of skyrocketing application numbers, and increase dependence on traditional markers such as USMLE scores. Faculty advisors will need to address students’ concerns and insecurities with data driven counseling, during these changing times related to the pandemic, and beyond.
 
The AMA Reimaging Residency grant for the APGO CREOG Right Resident, Right Program, Ready Day One (RRR) project, has described steps to address concerns with these residency application processes.  With the onset of the pandemic, there was a pressing need to accelerate the project timelines. This interactive workshop will review resources and data available through the AAMC, AMA, NRMP and the APGO RRR grant that will enable faculty to empower students to make data informed decisions.
 
Workshop Agenda:

•  Introduction and

Topics: Faculty Development Seminar, 2021, Faculty, Professionalism, GME, UME,

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Training Our Successors: Developing Medical Student Educational Scholarship

Objective: Medical educational scholarship is a fundamental aspect of the dissemination of innovative practices and is an important component of career development and promotion. Medical educators in obstetrics and gynecology, especially at the undergraduate medical education level, often are unable to publish their educational innovations, with time and experience often cited as the major barriers to publication. Medical students can be valuable contributing members to scholarship projects, particularly as participants in those educational programs. This interactive session will review strategies for enabling medical students to successfully contribute to the dissemination of educational scholarship.
•   Learning Objectives:
•  Review principles of educational scholarship
•  Understand unique challenges medical educators face in the promotions process
•  Describe methods for including medical students in educational scholarship
 
Workshop Agenda:

•  Introduction and

Topics: Faculty Development Seminar, 2021, Faculty, Practice-Based Learning & Improvement, UME,

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