2016

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“Flip or Flop” – Active Learning in a Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship Noon Conference

Winthrop University Hospital
Mineola, NY

Program Director: John Ilowite, MD
Type of Program: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Abstract Authors: Girish B. Nair, MD; John Ilowite, MD; Jack R. Scott, EdD, MPH


PURPOSE

  1. Design and implement a new fellowship noon conference curriculum based on “flipped classroom” approach
  2. Validate a set of competencies rendered as Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) by ACGME among pulmonary/critical care fellows
  3. Enhance fellow scholarly achievements

METHODS
Qualitative research – constructivist theory (please see attached poster)


EXPECTED OUTCOMES

  1. Demonstrate fellow’s active participation in noon conferences and levels of self-efficacy for application of key pulmonary concepts
  2. Improvements in milestones set by ACGME

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Last Reviewed: December 2016