Academy for Professionalism in Health Care

2nd Annual Conference, May 8-10, 2014

Chicago, Illinois

Detailed PDF Schedule Here: 2014 APHC Full Program


Theme: “Ways and Means: Teaching Professionalism Across the Health Care Spectrum”


This year’s extremely successful conference encouraged participants to consider ways in which professionalism is taught and modeled in any area of health care in which providers work directly with patients, in both academic and non-academic settings, representing multiple understandings of professionalism and diverse pedagogical approaches. Attendees from across the United States, as well as International scholars from Brazil, Canada, The Netherlands, and Israel came to discuss cutting edge teaching in professionalism in health care.

Powerpoint presentations will be posted below soon.



FOR ATTENDEES: Use this Web Link for evaluation and for CMEhttp://bit.ly/teaching14



THURSDAY, MAY 8


1:00 PMWelcome, Introduction to APHC

1:10-1:30         President’s Address

David J. Doukas, MD

“Clarifying Professionalism’s Mission and Methods”

1:30-2:30         PLENARYKeynote Honoring the Legacy of Dr. Edmund Pellegrino:

Fred Hafferty, Phd

“In Pursuit of Professionalism:

Context, Circumstance, and Some Alternative Considerations

2:30-3:15 2013 Working Group Reports (15 min each)

3:15-3:30 Break

3:30-5:00 Workshop Sessions


1.The Profession at the Bedside: From Single Story to Back Story From Penn State University:


Daniel R. Wolpaw, MD

Professor of Medicine and Humanities and Director, Kienle Center for Humanistic Medicine


Kimberly Myers, PhD

Associate Professor of Humanities and English


Paul Haidet, MD (NP)

Professor of Medicine and Humanities


Rebecca Volpe, PhD (NP)

Assistant Professor of Humanities


Michael Green, MD

Professor of Humanities and Medicine


Dan Shapiro, PhD

Arnold P. Gold Professor of Humanism and Chair, Department of Humanities


2.Enhancing the Culture of Professionalism in a Large Academic Health Center:  The Cleveland Clinic Experience 


Richard Frankel, PhD

Professor of Medicine

Indiana University School of Medicine


J. Harry Isaacson, MD

Assistant Dean for Clinical Education

Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine


Sumita Khatri, MD

Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine

Cleveland Clinic


Brian Frank

Cleveland Clinic


Anthony Thomas, MD (NP)

Office of Professional Staff Affairs

Cleveland Clinic


3.Leadership Lived Out: An Initiative to Develop a New Generation of Virtuous Physician-Professionals


Walter T. Lee, MD, FACS

Associate Professor and Durham VAMC Staff Surgeon, Division of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, Duke University School of Medicine


Richard M. Pfohl, DSL

Senior Principle, Navigos


Barry A. Doublestein, DSL, SFILM

President, Leadership Solutions and Chairman of the Institute for Leadership in Medicine

4.Inclusion and Innovation in Assessing Professionalism:  Is There an App for That?


Bill Allen, MDiv, JD

Associate Professor

Director, Program in Bioethics, Law, and Medical Professionalism

William A. Shands Professor In History of Medicine and Medical Ethics

University of Florida College of Medicine


Cheryl Erwin, PhD, JD

Giles McCrary-Tom McGovern Chair in Humanities and Ethics

Director, Center for Ethics, Humanities and Spirituality

Departments of Medical Education and Psychiatry

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center


Marin Gillis, PhD

Associate Professor, Department of Humanities, Health, and Society

Director, Integrated Ethics and Medical Humanities

FIU Wertheim College of Medicine


5:15-6:00 PMInteractive Large Group Session on APHC Goals


FRIDAY, MAY 9


9:00-10:00 Paper and Panel Sessions


Panel 1: Cultivating Professionalism through Engagement with the Humanities

Howard Brody, MD

Director, Institute for the Medical Humanities

University of Texas Medical Branch


Kayhan Parsi, JD, PhD

Professor

Director, Graduate Program in Bioethics

Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics, Health Sciences Division

Loyola University


Mary White, PhD

Professor

Director, Division of Medical Humanities

Boonshoft School of Medicine

Wright State University


Panel 2:  Fostering Professionalism, Bioethics, and the Medical Humanities for Medical Students: An examination of three programs


Katherine Wasson, PhD, MPH

Assistant Professor

Health Sciences Division

Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics

Loyola University Chicago


Lena Hatchett, PhD

Assistant Professor

Health Sciences Division

Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics,

Loyola University Chicago


Joseph Carrese, MD, MPH, Professor

Dept. of Medicine and Berman Institute of Bioethics

Johns Hopkins University


Margi Hodges Shaw, JD, PhD

Assistant Professor, Law and Bioethics,

Division of Medical Humanities and Bioethics

University of Rochester Medical Center 


Gail Geller, Sc.D., M.H.S. (NP)

Dept. of Medicine and Berman Institute of Bioethics

Johns Hopkins University


Paper Session 1


1. Teaching Medical Professionalism With a Case-Based, Small-Group Curriculum: Moving Towards Increased Student Engagement and Satisfaction 


Matthew R. Shirazi, MS

Senior Medical Student

University of Colorado School of Medicine


2.  Building a Longitudinal Ethics and Professionalism Seminar Series to Foster Awareness of the Role and Impact of Residents on Teaching Professionalism


P. Preston Reynolds, MD, PhD, FACP

Professor

Division of General Medicine, Geriatrics and Palliative Care

Associate Director, Center for Health Disparities

Faculty, Center for Biomedical Ethics and Humanities

University of Virginia


Paper Session 2


1.  Teaching Big in Texas: Team Based Learning Eases Logistical Problems for Professionalism Education in Medical Schools


Rebecca Lunstroth, JD

Assistant Director, McGovern Center for Humanities and Ethics

Instructor of Family and Community Medicine

University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Texas


Eugene Boisaubin, MD

Professor of Medicine and Member, McGovern Center for Humanities and Ethics

University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Texas



10:30-NoonWorkshop Sessions


1.  Professionalism in the Digital Era: Teaching Medical Students about Social Media


Patrick D. Herron, MBE

Assistant Professor, Department of Family and Social Medicine

Associate Director for the Introduction to Clinical Medicine Program

& Assistant Director for the Ruth L. Gottesman Clinical Skills Center

Albert Einstein College of Medicine


2.  Reading and Drawing Comics: One Approach to Promoting Professionalism


Michael Green, MD, MS

Professor of Humanities and Medicine, Penn State College of Medicine


MK Czerwiec, RN, MA

Artist in Residence, Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine


3.  Cultivating Professionalism using Reflective Writing and Discussion:  A Curriculum for Third Year Medical Students


Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, with Perspectives From:


J. Harry Isaacson, MD

Assistant Dean for Clinical Education


Erika Lundgrin, MD, MS

PGY1 Medicine/Pediatrics


William Tierney, MS

Medical Student


Anthony Thomas, MD (NP)

Office of Professional Staff Affairs



1:00-2:00PLENARY

Richard Cruess, MD and Sylvia Cruess, MD:

“Teaching Professionalism:  Evolving Concepts"


2:15-3:45Workshop Sessions


1.  Using Longitudinal Filmmaking Project To Teach Medical Trainees Key Elements Of Professionalism: The Video Slam.


Dan Shapiro, PhD, Chair and Professor

Humanities Department

Penn State College of Medicine


2.  Teaching the Teachers: Promoting Healthcare Professionalism via a Video-based Educational Workshop 


Vineet Arora, MD, MAPP

Associate Professor, Director of GME Clinical Learning Environment Innovation

University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine


Aashish Didwania, MD

Assistant Professor, Program Director of Internal Medicine Residency Program

Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine


3.  On Music, Art and War: Teaching Professionalism through History, Art, and Music


Stuart Munro, MD

Professor of Psychiatry

Chair, Department of Medical Humanities and Social Sciences

School of Medicine, University of Missouri – Kansas City


Lynda Payne, PhD, RN, FLS

Sirridge Missouri Endowed Professor in Medical Humanities and Bioethics
Sirridge Office of Medical Humanities and Bioethics, School of Medicine

University of Missouri – Kansas City


Marilyn M. Pesto, JD, MSN

Assistant Clinical Professor

Director of Sirridge Office of Medical Humanities and Bioethics

School of Medicine, University of Missouri – Kansas City


Charles W. Van Way, III, MD

Professor of Surgery

Sosland Missouri Endowed Chair of Trauma Research

School of Medicine, University of Missouri – Kansas City


4.  Writing Life in Medicine: Adventures in Mid-Career Professionalism 


Penn State College of Medicine, with Perspectives From:


Presenters:

Michael Green, MD, Internal Medicine and Humanities

Gordon Kauffman, MD, Surgery, Humanities, and Cellular and Molecular Physiology

Kimberly Myers, PhD, Medical Humanities

George Simms, MD, Hospice and Palliative Medicine

Daniel Wolpaw, MD, Internal Medicine and Humanities

Gordon Kauffman, MD, Surgery, Humanities, and Cellular and Molecular Physiology


With recordings by:

JO Ballard, MD, Hematology, Oncology, Pathology and Humanities

George Blackall,  PsyD, Psychology, Pediatric Oncology and Humanities

Joseph Gascho, MD, Cardiology and Humanities

Eileen Hennrikus, MD, Internal Medicine

Michael Katzman, MD, Infectious Disease, Microbiology and Immunology

Scott Winner, MD, Nuclear Medicine and Humanities

Charles Palmer, MD Neonatology

LJ Van Scoy, MD, Pulmonology and Palliative Care

Peter Lewis, MD, Family and Community Medicine 



4:00-4:45PMInteractive Large Group Session on Research Ideas


SATURDAY, MAY 10


8:30-9:30        PLENARY

Howard Brody, MD, PhD:

“Teaching Professionalism to Medical Students and Residents”

9:45-10:45 Paper and Panel Sessions

Panel 1:  Professionalism through humanities: Exploring the Role of Fourth-Year Humanities Electives in Developing Medical Student Professionalism


From Penn State College of Medicine Department of Humanities:


Rebecca Volpe, PhD (NP)

Assistant Professor of Humanities


Danny George, PhD (NP)

Assistant Professor of Humanities


Michael Green, MD, MS

Professor of Humanities and Medicine


Paul Haidet, MD, MPH (NP)

Professor of Medicine


Martha Levine, MD

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics


Kimberly Myers, PhD

Associate Professor of Humanities


Dan Shapiro, PhD

Arnold P. Gold Professor of Humanism and Chair, Department of Humanities


Panel 2:  Exploring Emerging Concepts of Interprofessionalism Within Health Care: A Call for Solidarity Among the Professions


Lisa Anderson, DrPH, MA, MSN,

University of Illinois Medical Center


Nanette Elster, JD, MPH,

American Dental Association


Stuart Kinsinger, DC, MA,

Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College


Kayhan Parsi, JD, PhD,

Loyola University Chicago Health Sciences Division


Paper Session 1


1.  Medical Professionalism in Baccalaureate Education


From DePaul University Department of Health Sciences:


Craig M. Klugman, PhD, Professor and Chair

Douglas Bruce, PhD, Assistant Professor

Jessica Jerome, PhD, Instructor




2.  Innovation in Professionalism Training: Employing Religious Formation as a Paradigm for Professional Formation

Michael P. McCarthy, PhD Candidate
Assistant Director for Clinical and Theological Ethics
Loyola University Chicago.

John Hardt, PhD (NP)
Associate Professor, VP and Associate Provost,
Mission Integration
Loyola University Health System and Health Science Division


Paper Session 2

    1.  Getting the Most Out of Little Micro Moral Deliberation on the Interprofessional Working Floor of Health Care

J.J. (Jos) Kole PhD
Assistant Professor of Professional Ethics
Radboud University Medical Center
The Netherlands

     2. Integrating Ethics Into the Clinical Curriculum: An Innovative Curricular Component

From Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar:


Pablo Rodríguez del Pozo, MD, JD, PhD

Associate Professor

Division of Medical Ethics, Department of Public Health


Mai Mahmoud (NP)

Assistant Professor

Department of Medicine


Pascale Haddad (NP)

Research Specialist

Department of Public Health


Dora J. Stadler (NP)

Assistant Professor

Department of Medicine



11:00-Noon Interactive Large Group Session on Next Steps



      N.B., People listed as NP are Not Presenting at the Conference.



This year, the Patrick and Edna Romanell Fund for Bioethics Pedagogy supported the first class of “Romanell Fellows” at the May 2014  APHC meeting:

•    Flavio C. de Sa, MD, PhD of the School of Medical Sciences,                  University of Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil.

•    Charlie DeVries of the University of California, San Francisco

•    Patrick Herron of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine

•    Hedy S. Wald, PhD of Brown University



2014 Program Committee

Co-Chairs: William Allen & Mary T. White

Susan Arjmand                             Board Liaisons:

Sylvia Cruess                             Janet Malek

Cheryl Erwin                             David Doukas

Marin Gilles


This Meeting was endorsed by our strategic partner organization, the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities.




Joint Provider Statement



This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of the University of Louisville and the Academy for Professionalism in Health Care (APHC). The University of Louisville is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing education for physicians.


Designation Statement

The University of Louisville Office of Continuing Medical Education & Professional Development designates this live activity for a maximum of 12.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


Nurses - This program has been approved by the Kentucky Board of Nursing for 15.0 continuing education credits through University of Louisville Hospital, provider number 4-0068-7-16-807. The Kentucky Board of Nursing approval of an individual nursing education provider does not constitute endorsement of program content.

Brief Final PDF Schedule Here: APHC Brief Schedule