DOCS 2022 Online Webinars & Annual Meeting Content
DOCS 2022 Annual Meeting:
Reconnecting Communities of Educators & Faculty
Annual Meeting Content:
Pre-Conference Mentoring Meet & Greet: November 10th (6:30pm - 7:30pm) - By invitation only for participants in DOCS mentoring program: Join us for this mentoring event with your colleagues in DOCS. This event will occur at a TBD Nashville restaurant/bar the night before the meeting. More information coming soon.
Pre-Conference Happy Hour: November 10th (7:30pm - 9pm): Join us for this informal gathering to meet your colleagues in DOCS. This event will occur at a TBD Nashville restaurant/bar the night before the meeting (same location as mentoring meet and greet). More information coming soon.
DOCS 2022 Program Overview: November 11th (8am - 5pm)
7:30am On-site Registration
Breakfast / Networking / Mentor-Mentee Discussions
8:15am - 8:30am Opening Remarks
8:30am - 9:15am Keynote Plenary
9:15am - 9:30am Break
9:30am - 11am Concurrent Workshops, Session A:
New Course Directors Track: Congratulations You’re the Clinical Skills Course Director, What Now?
Teaching Clinical Reasoning
Communication Skills Training Beyond the Medical Interview
11am - 12:40pm Lunch / Business Meeting
Table Topics and Working Groups
12:40pm - 12:50pm Break
12:50pm - 2:20pm Concurrent Workshops, Session B:
New Course Director Track: Creative Case Writing
EPAs and WBAs
Teaching Physical Exam Skills
2:20pm - 2:30pm Break
2:30pm - 4pm Concurrent Workshops, Session C:
New Course Director Track: Assessments more than just the Numbers
Anti-Racism in Clinical Skills Curriculum
Simulation and Standardized Patients
4pm - 4:10pm Break
4:10pm - 5pm Poster Session / Networking / Mentor-Mentee Discussions
Online Webinars & Showcases:
January 14, 2022, 12pm - 1pm EST
Webinar: NBME OSCE Enhancements
Presenter: Chris Feddock, MD, MS, FAAP, FACP, Associate Vice President for Competency-Based Assessment at NBME
Session overview: Dr. Chris Feddock first joined NBME in April of 2020, serving as the Executive Director of the Clinical Skills Evaluation Collaboration, which was previously responsible for the administration and strategic development of the USMLE Step 2 Clinical Skills examination. Prior to joining NBME, he served as the Senior Associate Dean for Medical Student Education at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. In today’s webinar, Dr. Feddock will review the recent work performed by NBME to assess the current state of OSCE programs in U.S. medical schools and to collaborate with medical educators to best prepare the next generation of health professionals. In October 2021, NBME released a survey over the DOCS listserv to better understand the medical education community’s priorities regarding their OSCE programs. Then, in early January 2022, NBME announced a new funding opportunity to enhance the assessment of clinical reasoning in school based OSCEs.
January 28th, 2022, 12pm - 1:30pm EST
Showcase: Best in Clinical Skills Literature Review
Presenters: Joanne Hojsak, Lisa Auerbach, Ronald Silvestri, Jaideep Talwalkar, Siobhan Hollander
Session overview: Members of the DOCS Research Committee are here to assist very busy DOCS clinician educators by reviewing some of the most interesting timely journal articles published in 2021 in four of the major medical education journals. Topics to review and discuss include clinical skills education following the cancellation of Step 2 CS, the impact of conversion of Step 1 grading to Pass/Fail, clinical skills teaching in the COVID era, teaching the physician teacher, as well as “Bread & Butter” education of communication skills and physical examination.
March 11th, 2022, 12pm - 1:30pm EST
Workshop: Incorporation of Health Systems Science Into Courses/Preclinical Curriculum
Presenters: Shruti Varadarajan, Marybeth Jones, and Christine Tsai
Health Systems Science is a burgeoning field of increasing relevance to medical students, who need to understand the complexity of the healthcare system and their role in it in order to practice and lead effectively as physicians. Medical educators nationwide have developed a wide range of experiences to teach students these concepts that many physicians learned on the job. Teaching this expansive topic can be incredibly rewarding as students make connections and add value to the system, but it is not without challenges as there are a variety of resource limitations for clinicians and educators. We aim to share examples of different curricula our schools use at the preclerkship level, collectively identify key areas of health systems science education for early medical students, and brainstorm new curricular elements that are essential for future physicians.
Friday, June 10th, 12pm EST:
Equity & Inclusion and Teaching Transgender Healthcare Showcase
Part 1: Feasibility and Early Outcomes from an Equity and Inclusion Standardized Patient (SP) Workshop
Presenter: Susannah Cornes, University of California San Francisco
- Reflect on the benefits of a diverse curricular development team for DEI work
- Describe the potential impacts of a DEI workshop on SP knowledge, skills and attitudes
- Share institutional experiences with DEI SP work with your DOCS colleagues
Part 2: Teaching Transgender Health Care as a Model for teaching core doctoring skills
Presenters: Jenny Murphy and Meg Dobson, University of Michigan
Session overview: Participants will describe how teaching about the care of transgender patients includes core doctoring skills of reflecting on communication, identifying barriers patients experience and expanding perspectives around our own biases. Participants will identify the value of shared educational development with clinician educators, SP educators, and patient experts to broaden the view of a teaching team, especially in areas of nuanced clinical practice and potentially biased clinician perspectives.