“The Continuum of Rural Health Professions Education: Across time, place, and discipline

April 16-17, 2020 – Online

Agenda-RTT-Collaborative-Annual-Meeting-2020.pdf (627 KB pdf)

 


Plenary and Special Topic Videos and Powerpoint Presentations


Thursday, April 16, 2020

Theme of the Day:  Across Time and Place

Link to video of introduction and plenary

Introduction – Randy Longenecker
Plenary #1: “Across Time and Place:  UME to GME and Beyond”
  • Mark Deutchman, MD, Professor, Department of Family Medicine; Director, Rural Track, School of Medicine, and Associate Dean for Rural Health, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus (Colorado)
  • UME-to-GME-and-Beyond-2020.pdf (3 MB pdf)
  • For NRMP discussion notes, contact Mark Deutchman

Topics of the Day I and Special Feature

Link to video

Rural Generalism
Current Practices for Distance Learning
  • Ying Zhang, Assistant Professor, University of Washington Family Medicine Residency (Washington); David Evans, Associate Professor & Residency Program director, University of Washington Family Medicine Residency (Washington); Keri Bergeson, RTT Program Director – Chelan (Washington); Tessa Moore, Medical Student, University of Washington School of Medicine (Washington)
  • Zhang et al Full Presentation (PPT & Voice) (42 MB pptx)
A Roadmap for Rural Residency Program Development
  • Steven Crane, Family Physician, Professor of Family Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, RPS Consultant (North Carolina); Amanda Weidner, Research Consultant for the University of Washington Family Medicine Residency Network and Executive Director of the Association of Departments of Family Medicine (Washington); Emily Hawes, Pharmacist, Clinical Associate Professor, UNC Dept of Family Medicine (North Carolina); Cristen Page, Executive Dean, University of North Carolina School of Medicine (North Carolina)
  • RRPD-TAC Full Presentation (PPT & Voice).pptx (42 MB pptx)
Creating Integrated Rural Tracks
  • Stephen Brawley, Associate Professor of Family and Community Medicine, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Portsmouth Family Medicine Residency (Virginia); Bruce Britton, Professor of Family and Community Medicine EVMS Family Medicine Clerkship Director (Virginia); Laura Elizabeth Morris, Associate Professor of Clinical Family and Community Medicine, University of Missouri School of Medicine (Missouri)
  • Brawley et al Full Presentation (PDF).pdf (721 KB pdf)
  • Integrated Residency – Family Medicine 2009
Oregon Highlights – Some links to videos below

Friday, April 17, 2020

 

Theme of the Day:  Across Specialty and Discipline

Link to video of introduction and plenary

Introduction: Dave Schmitz
Plenary #2: “The ACGME and Rural Programs”

Topics of the Day II

Link to video

NIPDD Fellow Academic Project – Opioid Use Disorder Education and Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Training
Pharmacists in rural primary care practice
  • Emily Hawes, Clinical Associate Professor, UNC Dept of Family Medicine (North Carolina); Bill Hitch, Director of Pharmacotherapy, Associate Professor, UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy (North Carolina)
  • Hawes & Hitch Full Presentation (PPT & Voice) (48 MB pptx)
From Training to Practice
  • Kristi Olsen, Senior Manager Recruitment & Strategic Outreach, Providence Health & Services (Oregon); Robert Gobbo, Program Director, Providence Health & Services – Oregon/Hood River Rural Program (Oregon)
  • Video Presentation
  • Olsen & Gobbo Full Presentation (PDF) (509 KB pdf)
Ready for Rural

Special Conference Extension

Video link to RRPD toolbox [Pending]

Revenue Streams and Expenses of GME Programs:  Looking beyond CMS GME support and Creating the Expense Side of a Pro Forma
  • Judith Pauwels, Associate Director for Program Development & Accreditation, WWAMI Family Medicine Residency Network (Washington); Christopher Francazio, Consultant, Perry, Krumsiek & Francazio, LLC (Massachusetts)
  • Francazio & Pauwels Full Presentation (PDF) (2 MB pdf)

Additional Downloads
Presentations not highlighted at the online conference

 

 Expand the Joy in Residency Training Through Unique Curricula
  • Dwight Smith, Director Oregon FIRST, Faculty Cascades East FMR, Associate Professor OHSU, Cascades East FMRP (Oregon); Kyleen Luhrs, 3rd year Resident, Cascades East Family Medicine Residency (Oregon)
  • Smith & Luhrs Full Presentation (PPT & Voice) (23 MB pptx)
TRUST and RTT Training to Create a Rural/Underserved Physician Training Pipeline in the WWAMI Region
  • Mary Barinaga, Assistant Dean for Regional Affairs/Idaho WWAMI (Idaho); Frank Batcha, Assistant Clinical Dean/Idaho WWAMI (Idaho); Catherine Doyle, Faculty Physician, TRUST; Site director Jerome/Magic Valley RTT (Idaho); Jay Ericksen, Assistant Dean for Regional Affairs/Montana WWAMI (Montana)
  • Barinaga et al Full Presentation (PDF) (937 KB pdf)
Practice-Based Research: The national perspective in family medicine
  • Christina Hester, Research Director of the National Research Network, AAFP (MO)
  • Julie Wood, Senior Vice President of Health of the Public and Science and Interprofessional Activities, AAFP (MO)
  • Hester Full Presentation (PDF) (2 MB pdf)
NIPDD Fellow Academic Project Presentations

Educational Characteristics and First Attempt Board Pass Rates in Family Medicine Residencies

Impact of GME Project: A Guide to Explain and Advocate for the Benefits of GME
  • Lori Rodefeld, Education Coach, Monroe Clinic (Wisconsin)
  • Jennifer Crubel, Rural GME Development and Support Coordinator, Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative (Wisconsin)
  • Rodefeld & Crubel Full Presentation (PDF) (640 KB pdf)
Developing a Culture of Feedback: Documenting Direct Observation Feedback of Residents and Faculty in Rural Residency Programs
  • Cristen Page, Executive Dean, University of North Carolina School of Medicine (North Carolina)
  • Emily Hawes, Pharmacist, Clinical Associate Professor, UNC Dept of Family Medicine (North Carolina)
  • Page Full Presentation (PDF with video link) (27 MB pdf)
Experience with and opportunities for UGME and GME education in partnership with American Indian and reservation-based health systems in the rural Great Plains
  • Matthew Tobey, Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital (Massachusetts); Julian Mitton, Instructor, Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital (Massachusetts)
  • Tobey & Mitton Full Presentation (PDF) (3 MB pdf)
Building a Boat in Rising Waters: Modeling a Community Medicine Curriculum on Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs)
  • Ned Hammer, UWSOM Assistant Clinical Professor, University of Washington School of Medicine and RTT Core Faculty, Swedish Cherry Hill Family Medicine Residency Port Angeles Rural Training Program (Washington); Kelsey Sholund, PGY3, Swedish Cherry Hill Family Medicine Residency Port Angeles Rural Training Program (Washington); Mira Nelson, PGY2, Swedish Cherry Hill Family Medicine Residency Port Angeles Rural Training Program (Washington); Rob Epstein, Program Director, Swedish Cherry Hill Family Medicine Residency Port Angeles Rural Training Program (Washington)
  • Hammer et al Full Presentation (PPT & Voice)
Community Projects: More Than One Way to Skin a Cat
  • Eric Wiser, Assistant Professor Department of Family Medicine, Oregon Health and Science University (OR); Amy Dunkak, Rural Campus Operations Director, Oregon Health and Science University (OR); Jessica Weyler, Coordinator, Rural Education, Oregon Health and Science University (OR)
  • Wiser et al Full Presentation (PPT  & Voice)
Oregon AHEC Scholars – A Multi-Institutional Approach to Prepare Students for Rural and Underserved Care (55 minutes)
  • Eric Wiser, Assistant Professor Department of Family Medicine, Oregon Health and Science University (OR), Curt Stilp, Associate Professor, Oregon Health and Science University Physician Assistant Program (OR)
  • Wiser et al Full Presentation (PDF) (5 MB pdf)