The University of Miami (UM)/Jackson Memorial Hospital (JMH) Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Program is excited to host the National Med-Peds Resident Association (NMPRA) Southeast Regional Conference on January 30, 2016 [http://www.jmhmedpeds.org/nmpra]. This year’s conference, themed Innovations in Medical Education, offers sessions and engaging workshops on integrated technology, global health/humanitarian education, transitional care, procedural training, and combined fellowships.
Join us in sunny Miami for a wonderful day of learning, collaboration, and community with our Southeast colleagues!
2016 NMPRA Southeast Regional Conference
Innovations in Medical Education
Saturday, January 30th | Miami, FL
Hosted by UM/JMH Internal Medicine/Pediatrics
Welcome Reception Friday Night, January 29
Registration: Medical Students Free | Residents $30 | Faculty $60
—Global Health and Humanitarian Education
Dr. Kirsten Johnson, McGill University | Dr. Toni Eyssallenne, UM/JMH
Okay, so you love global health. But how do you translate that passion into a career? Join two global health professionals in a session on career development and graduate medical education in the field.
—Integrating Technology into Bedside Teaching
Dr. Anoop Agrawal, Baylor College of Medicine
Tired of watching your learners take naps while you present PowerPoint slides? Come to this interactive workshop demonstrating strategies in utilizing mobile devices and applications to enhance teaching on rounds and in large group settings.
—Creating Transitional Care Experiences
Dr. Russell C. Kolarik, Greenville Health System
An interactive session on how programs and residents can create a variety of educational experiences in transitioning youth with special health care needs from pediatric to adult settings.
—Combined Fellowship Discussion Panel
Here you’ll learn about the ins, outs, ups, and downs of combined fellowship training, featuring a panel of current and former fellows from several specialties.
—Bedside Procedural Training: Teaching the Teacher
Dr. Joshua Lenchus, UM/JMH | Dr. Kierstin Kennedy, University of Alabama
A hands-on workshop featuring simulation-based invasive bedside procedures and point-of-care diagnostic ultrasonography with an emphasis on instructional pearls.