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NCEAS Conference - Oral Presentation Group 2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Rita Schlanger
03:11
that's so awesome with regards to forming alliances with community organizations!
Pablo Buitron de la Vega (BU Preventive Medicine)
04:49
how many students / residents applied?
Weronika Armstrong (she/hers)
04:59
I love the idea of a faculty development off shoot
Ashley Darcy Mahoney
05:01
How much funding was needed for this pilot?
Rita Schlanger
05:07
does your institution have specific connections to those community organizations?
Beth Anne Scharle (she/her)
05:10
How do you ensure continuity of the projects that are begun with community partners if the students are only in the certificate program for a limited period of time?
Ashley Darcy Mahoney
05:36
Did you include any other health professions’ students? Are students beyond medical students allowed to apply (i.e. Nursing students)
Ashley Darcy Mahoney
06:25
Are students granted a formal university certificate ? (How many academic credits are needed for a certificate)
Pablo Buitron de la Vega (BU Preventive Medicine)
06:26
what were the biggest challenges for implementation? can you talk more about sustainability of the program?
Beth Anne Scharle (she/her)
07:04
Thank you!
Ashley Darcy Mahoney
09:13
Thanks!
Pablo Buitron de la Vega (BU Preventive Medicine)
09:31
if you promoted this to all residents and medical students, thoughts on reasons why only 12 applied?
Pablo Buitron de la Vega (BU Preventive Medicine)
10:33
thank you
Irene Sandvold, BHW PO for RRPD
26:30
Did you find that people want the open notes?
Erin Goss
26:32
Have you evaluated this in terms of time added to visits?
Weronika Armstrong (she/hers)
26:37
we are implementing next month and this just made me aware there is a whole another dimension to consider!
Nancy Denizard-Thompson
26:41
Yes we have been doing Open Notes for several years now.
Steve Persell
26:46
We are just starting
Kimberly Montez
26:48
Thanks for this great presentation! We have open notes but have not yet provided effective education around how to do so in a trauma-informed way. It’s on my to do list now. :)
Jasmine Dillard
27:03
Any difficulty with communication between providers when notes aren’t shared or is the confidential portion only patient facing?
iPhone Rosaline
27:42
we started open notes on January first and we have a lot of education to do.
Weronika Armstrong (she/hers)
27:48
how do you navigate the legal landscape?
iPhone Rosaline
27:50
thank you!!
Rita Schlanger
37:51
great work on pioneering this curriculum. another element to consider in assessing the efficacy of the curriculum is to assess knowledge/competency, and outcomes. Have these ideas been considered?
Amy Blair
38:06
How are faculty preceptors receiving faculty development on these topics? Especially for M2 cases?
Drea Jones
38:36
What was your biggest challenge with the med students and faculty?
Drea Jones
38:49
Such great work!
Danica Sumpter
38:50
did the individuals responsible for the curriculum go through Metzl et al Structural Competency training?
Pablo Buitron de la Vega (BU Preventive Medicine)
39:47
For the MS4 portion, if this cohort was voluntary, what would you expect the response from students to be if you made this mandatory?
Weronika Armstrong (she/hers)
52:28
well done!
Katie Barry
54:49
Thank you!
Beth Anne Scharle (she/her)
54:59
Thank you all! Wonderful presentations!
Adwoa Osei (She/Her/Hers)
55:00
thank you!