Wednesday, April 3, 2019

8:00am-4:00pm

  • Posters on Display Throughout the Day

  • Location: Costco Wholesale Atrium, 1st Floor

  • Poster Themes to be Displayed:

    • Nutrition, Obesity and Gastroenterology
    • Pain and Perioperative Medicine
    • Psychology
    • Surgical Innovation
    • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

    8:00am-9:00am

  • Larrie Greenberg Grand Rounds Lectureship

  • Location: Auditorium, 2nd Floor

  • "Think Before You Blink: Using Mindful Reflection to Slow Down and Think Deeply"

    Margaret Plack, PT, DPT, EdD

    Professor, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, Department of Health, Human Function and Rehabilitation Sciences, George Washington University

  • Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit provided

    Lecture Objectives
    1. Discuss reflection as a metacognitive process.
    2. Link reflection to critical thinking and clinical reasoning.
    3. Compare cognitive and reflective frameworks for developing critical thinking and clinical reasoning.
    4. Differentiate when to blink and when to slow down to think before blinking.
  • 9:00am-11:00am

  • Workshop

  • Location: Conference Room 500, Suite 600, Floor 3.5, West Wing

  • "Creating Reflective Questions that can Transcend Expertise"

    Margaret Plack, PT, DPT, EdD

    Professor, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, Department of Health, Human Function and Rehabilitation Sciences, George Washington University

  • In this workshop we will explore cognitive and reflective frameworks that will enable learners to develop a breadth and depth of questions essential to effective decision-making in medicine and beyond.
  • Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit provided

    Lecture Objectives
    1. Appreciate the value of reflective questions in the clinical reasoning and problem-solving process.
    2. Differentiate between effective and ineffective questions.
    3. Use three different frameworks to develop effective questions that facilitate critical thinking and clinical reasoning.
    4. Apply the questioning frameworks to scenarios presented.
    5. Develop an action plan to improve your own questioning skills.

  • 11:00am-12:00pm

  • The Untold Secrets that are making a Difference in Research and Practice!

    First Session

  • Location: Conference Room M7607, 6th Floor

  • Julio A. Deras, NREMT-P, PCT

  • Featuring Patient Care Technicians, Unit Communication Associates and Environmental Services. Communication has never been more critical in translating research into clinical care, team work, and practice. This project moves beyond traditional approaches to roles and traditional training programs. Learn how the power of an idea can be translated into the science of human caring and clinical practice.
  • Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit provided

    Lecture Objectives
    1. Describe approaches to translate the science of human caring to improve the hospitalized experience and outcomes for children and families.
    2. Apply methods used by the PANDA team to communicate and translate research strategies into clinical practice.
    3. Translate evidence-based strategies used by PCTs, UCAs and Environmental Services care team members to influence system wide learning using personal life experience.

  • 12:00pm-1:00pm

  • Jill Joseph Lecture

  • Location: Auditorium, 2nd Floor

  • “Less Talk More Action: Addressing Unconscious Bias Among Health Professionals”

    Stephen B. Thomas, PhD

    Professor, Health Services Administration, Director, Maryland Center for Health Equity, PI, NIH-NIMHD Center of Excellence on Race, Ethnicity & Health Disparities Research, School of Public Health University of Maryland

  • Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit provided | Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) credit provided

    Lecture Objectives
    1. Describe historic events that shape racial discrimination in the health professions.
    2. Delineate racial and ethnic health disparities impacted by racism and discrimination.
    3. Interpret 4th Generation Health Disparities Research as framework to achieve health equity.
  • 1:00pm-3:00pm

  • Presenting Authors with Posters

  • Location: Costco Wholesale Atrium, 1st Floor

  • Presenting authors will stand with their posters and will be available for questions and discussion about their projects.
  • 1:15pm-2:30pm

  • The Health Equity Seminar Series

  • Location: Conference Room M7607, 6th Floor

  • “Every Researcher can be an Advocate: Advancing Health Equity Through Policy and Advocacy”

    Leandra Godoy, PhD

    Shilpa Patel, MD, MPH

    Yolandra Hancock, MD

    Kavita Parikh, MD

    Commentary and reflection provided by:
    Stephen Thomas, PhD
    Professor, Health Services Administration, Director, Maryland Center for Health Equity, PI, NIH-NIMHD Center of Excellence on Race, Ethnicity & Health Disparities Research, School of Public Health University of Maryland

    Tonya Vidal Kinlow
    Vice President, Community Engagement, Advocacy, and Government Affairs, Children’s National Medical Center

  • 2:30pm-3:30pm

  • The Untold Secrets that are making a Difference in Research and Practice!

    Second Session

  • Location: Auditorium, 2nd Floor

  • Julio A. Deras, NREMT-P, PCT

  • Featuring Patient Care Technicians, Unit Communication Associates and Environmental Services. Communication has never been more critical in translating research into clinical care, team work, and practice. This project moves beyond traditional approaches to roles and traditional training programs. Learn how the power of an idea can be translated into the science of human caring and clinical practice.
  • Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit provided
    Lecture Objectives
    1. Describe approaches to translate the science of human caring to improve the hospitalized experience and outcomes for children and families.
    2. Apply methods used by the PANDA team to communicate and translate research strategies into clinical practice.
    3. Translate evidence-based strategies used by PCTs, UCAs and Environmental Services care team members to influence system wide learning using personal life experience.

  • 6:00pm-8:00pm

  • Science Café 360:

    H2H Pilot Project – Hospital to Home Transition for Children with Asthma

  • Location: Busboys and Poets, Brookland Location (625 Monroe St NE, Washington, DC 20017)

  • Science Café 360 is a casual space for open dialogue between researchers, community members, and social scientists; the April 2019 café will focus on optimizing the transition to home for children who are hospitalized with an asthma exacerbation through better care coordination with schools and primary care providers.
  • Access Abstract Book