Graduate Medical Education Program Directors Series

The GME Program Director Development Series is a focused, on-going curriculum for all Carilion program directors, and associate program directors (and program managers as session appropriate), in support of continuous learning, development, and change.  Below are videos from our GME series thus far.  Each video will include presentation objectives and the PowerPoint that was presented at the session.  We encourage in-person attendance if at all possible, but recognize the value of alternative options for when it isn’t.

Bonus:  These sessions count toward your annual requirement for faculty development related to teaching! For instructions on how to log video-recorded sessions into Digital Measures click here.

2016 GME Program Director Series Schedule

2017 GME Program Director Series Schedule


Video Index (Click on title to jump to your preferred video)

Managing Conflict by Dr. Tracy Criss
Quality Improvement Basics by Tamala Morgan and Rodney Fultz
Wellness and Fatigue Monitoring by Dr. Mark Greenawald
Common Requirements, Part 1 by Dr. Don Kees
Evaluation and Feedback by Dr. Shari Whicker
The Next Accreditation System and You by Dr. Don Kees
EPAs, Competencies, and Milestones by Dr. Don Kees
Remediating Your Trainers, Part 1, by Dr. Don Kees and Doug Henson, Esq.
Supervision, Progressive Autonomy, and Promotion by Drs. Nancy Misicko and Damon Kuehl
Remediating Your Trainers, Part 2, by Drs. Nancy Misicko, Chuck Paget, and Eduardo Lara-Torre


Managing Conflict by Tracy Criss, MD, Co-interim Chair Psychiatry Carilion Clinic and Assistant Professor Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine VTCSOM

Objectives:

  • Define conflict and stress.
  • Identify what people really want.
  • Identify various types of conflict.
  • Identify triggers of conflict.
  • Describe management strategies of conflict.
  • Describe five steps to healthy conflict resolution.

PowerPoint:  Managing Conflict


Quality Improvement Basics by Tamela Morgan, RN, Quality Improvement Facilitator Carilion Clinic and Rodney Fultz, MBA, Director Performance Improvement Carilion Clinic

Objectives:

  • Define the QI “alphabet soup”
  • Use Pathways document to define expectations for education
  • Review basic tools for QA, fishbone diagram, RCA, reporting, PDSA cycles
  • Recognize CLER and ACGME QI requirements
  • Discuss the basics of QI including core measures and resident scorecard

PowerPoint: Quality Improvement Basics


Wellness and Fatigue Monitoring by Dr. Mark Greenawald
Vice-Chair Academic Affairs Family and Community Medicine Carilion Clinic

Objectives:

  • Recognize the signs and symptoms of unwell trainees
  • Identify local resources for addressing unwell trainee issues
  • Recognize the PD role in addressing unwell trainee issues
  • Implement strategies to encourage wellness among trainees

Burnout Self Assessment: MBI Abbreviated

Session Handouts:
Comprehensive Approach to Wellness-Burnout Drummond 2016
Residency Well-Being Program Elements AAMC GRA 2016

PowerPoint:  Resident Wellness and Burnout May 2016


Common Requirements, Part 1 by Dr. Don Kees
GME Designated Institutional Officer

Objectives:

  • Navigate the ACGME website
  • Discuss the Institutional Regulations and Common Program Requirements
  • Describe WebAds, what goes in it, and how often it is updated?

PowerPoint:  CommonRequirements,Pt1


Evaluation and Feedback by Dr. Shari Whicker
Associate Director Continuing Professional Development, Carilion Clinic
Assistant Professor Medical Education and Faculty Development, VTCSOM

Objectives:

  • Distinguish between reinforcement, feedback, and evaluation
  • Describe the components of effective feedback
  • Make connections between expectations, feedback, and evaluation
  • Recognize the value of competency-based over Likert-based evaluations
  • Provide more effective feedback and evaluations

PowerPoint:  Feedback and Evaluation


The Next Accreditation System and You by Dr. Don Kees
GME Designated Institutional Officer

Objectives:

  • Recognize how milestones have impacted trainee evaluation
  • Describe and implement the following for your program: CCC, PEC, APE
  • Describe CLER, Faculty and Resident Surveys, and Annual Data submission and how they impact you/your program

PowerPoint: Next Accreditation System


 EPAs, Competencies, and Milestones by Dr. Don Kees
GME Designated Institutional Official Carilion Clinic

Objectives:

  • Recognize the relationship among EPAs/Competencies/Milestones and how they impact your program

PowerPoint:  Milestones and EAP


Remediating Your Trainers, Part 1 by
Dr. Don Kees, GME Designated Institutional Official Carilion Clinic and
Doug Henson, Esq., Legal Department Carilion Clinic

Objectives:
• Identify remediation policies and where to find them
• Effectively structure a remediation and/or probation (including appropriate documentation)


Supervision, Progressive Autonomy, and Promotion by
Nancy Misicko, MD, Program Director Family Medicine Residency Program Carilion Clinic
Damon Kuehl, MD, Emergency Medicine, Carilion Clinic

Objectives:
• Define “Supervision” according to ACGME
• Describe progressive authority and how it is reflected in rotation Goals and Objectives
• Assess/determine when your trainees are not ready for promotion.
• Determine if your remediation strategies have worked.

Video contains confidential content.  Contact Sandra DeHart at sflong@carilionclinic.org for Program Director access.


 

Remediating Your Trainers, Part 2 by
Nancy Misicko, MD, Program Director Family Medicine Residency Program Carilion Clinic
Chuck Paget, MD, Chief General Surgery Carilion Clinic and Assistant Professor Surgery VTCSOM
Eduardo Lara-Torre, MD, Vice Chair Academic Affairs OBGyn Carilion Clinic and Associate Professor OBGyn VTCSOM

Objectives:
• Identify similarities and differences between remediation issues in your program and those in others
• Recognize resources available to help you to deal with remediation issues within your program
• Apply tried and true strategies for addressing remediation issues within your program
• Recognize when “enough is enough”

Video contains confidential content.  Contact Sandra DeHart at sflong@carilionclinic.org for Program Director access.