A Team Based Learning Approach for Instructing Medical Clerkship Students on how Neuroscience is Transforming the Treatment of Depression and Suicidal Ideation

Meenakshi Alreja, George Heninger, Kirsten Wilkins, Michael Schwartz and Janet Hafler

Embed neuroscience teaching into psychiatry clerkship through a process that engages students in...


Developing Telephone Precepting Guidelines

Shawnette Alston, MD

Communication between residents and attendings is vital to patient care and resident education. At St. Mary’s Hospital, the night float residents are required to discuss...


A MultistationObstetrics and Gynecology Clerkship Objective Structured Clinical Examination

Vrunda Bhavsar Desai MD, Janice Crabtree MS, Shefali Pathy MD,MPH

To design a tool for student evaluation that assesses medical knowledge, communication skills and procedural skills during...


Sub-Internship Curriculum Development – Emergency Medicine

Raquel F. Harrison, MD

Develop a curriculum for the Sub-Interns rotating through the Emergency Department that best reflects the perceived needs of the students and faculty.


A curriculum to help hematology/oncology fellows succeed in research

Michael Hurwitz MD, PhD

Most doctors in clinical fellowship programs have had minimal research experience but are expected to do research projects. For trainees to obtain value from their...


An Integrated Curriculum for the Neurology and Medicine Clerkship

Caitlin Loomis MD, Daniel DiCapua MD, Dana Dunne MD, and Janet Hafler EdD

The objective of our study is to develop a multi-disciplinary case-based curriculum for medical students in the...


Editorial mentorship facilitates early authorship through a scholarly journal’s online companion: JAACAP Connect

Michelle S. Horner, DO, Mary K. Billingsley, ELS bAndrés Martin, MD, MPH

We describe a new publication that promotes a mentored authorship experience. We propose that active mentorship and a...


A pilot study for introduction of cognitive aids during in-situ simulation of anesthesia crises

Veronica Matei MD, Jessica Ray PhD, and Viji Kurup MD

The purpose of this study was to familiarize the anesthesiology residents with the use of cognitive aids during simulated operating room...


Developing a Pilot Radiology Curriculum catered to the Yale University School of Medicine Primary Care Clerkship (PCC)

Mahan Mathur MD, Peter J. Ellis MD, MPH , and Rob Goodman MD

Knowledge of medical radiation safety and evidence based imaging (EBI) guidelines is essential for primary care physicians to...


Teaching Communication Skills: A Core Competency in Radiology

Cindy R. Miller, M.D.

According to the Institute of Medicine, between 44,000 and 93,000 deaths secondary to medical errors in the U.S. are preventable. It is presumed that this number could...


Pathway to Entrustability Through Simulation

Tiffany Moadel, MD

To evaluate the EPAs using a simulation-based curriculum. To provide formative feedback to students. To track student progress towards entrustment.


A “flipped” approach to electroencephalography (EEG) education in neurology residency

Jeremy J. Moeller, PueFarooque, Gary Leydon, Michael Schwartz

Residents spend much of their time on EEG rotations becoming acquainted with basic concepts, and do not have time to engage more...


Not Just Part of the Job: A Proposed Educational Intervention for Residents in Disruptive Work Environments

Maya Prabhu, MD, LL.B.

In December, 2014, a survey was sent to all Internal Medicine Residents (N=140) soliciting their experiences with sexual harassment in the medical workplace. A...


A Model for Integrating Outpatient Consultation Into Psychosomatic Medicine Teaching: Transplant Psychiatry Curriculum

Paula Zimbrean, MD; Paul Desan, MD, PhD

The number of organ transplants performed in the US is increasing (UNOS). Psychiatric illness has an impact on the post-transplant mortality, rate of...