Program Education, Accreditation, and Leadership (PEAL) Forum

Faculty Development Short Course

Monday, May 24, 2021
8:00pm – 9:30pm EDT

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Overview

For new program directors, associate program directors, osteopathic program directors, general faculty, and anyone interested in or involved with resident education, this course provides education to satisfy fundamental faculty development needs. Participants will build a strong foundation in the administrative aspects of graduate medical education, interact with practical tools and solutions, and benefit from CORD’s unique resources and professional network.

The course runs on a three-year cycle, designed to follow the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS) competency template of Knowledge, Skills, and Behaviors. This year’s course will focus on behaviors.

Objectives:

  • Participants will be familiar with different boundary violations and understand how to teach appropriate boundaries.
  • Participants will be familiar with how to recognize mental health issues and the interventions available for them.
  • Participants will be familiar with behavioral issues in residents and faculty, and intervention tools

Agenda

8:00pm – INTRODUCTION

Kimberly J. Templeton, MD, FAOA, University of Kansas Medical Center   

8:05pm – BOUNDARY VIOLATIONS
Julie Samora, MD, PhD, MPH, FAOA, Nationwide Children’s Hospital The Ohio State University College of Medicine 

Diana Lautenberger, Director, Diversity & Inclusion and Women in Medicine & Science, AAMC

  • What are they?
  • How do we recognize them?
  • What are the ramifications?
  • How do we teach appropriate boundaries with patients and staff (for trainees and faculty)?

8:25pm – MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES AMONG FACULTY AND TRAINEES (e.g., depression & anxiety)

Brent Ponce, MD, FAOA, Jack Hughston Memorial Hospital

  • How do we recognize them?
  • How are they manifested (e.g., acting out, substance use disorders, suicidality)?
  • What interventions are available?

8:40pm – BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT

April D. Armstrong, MD, FAOA, Director of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

  • Identifying behavioral issues in residents and faculty

8:50pm – Q&A

9:00pm – ADJOURN