American Medical Education Conference

Paul Haidet, MD, MPHThe AMA Accelerating Change in Medical Education Conference was held October 4 & 5, 2013, in Chicago. The conference brought together nearly 200 leaders in medical education from across the nation to discuss innovations needed to bridge the gap between the training of medical students and the needs of our health care system. It also gave attendees a chance to learn about the grant projects supported by the Accelerating Change in Medical Education initiative. The AMA Foundation co-sponsored the event and received unrestricted educational grants from Pfizer Inc, Eli Lilly & Co., Genentech, Inc. and Purdue Pharma L.P. to support the conference.

Paul Haidet, MD, MPH, leading an interactive seminar about working and learning in teams

Conference Plenary Session Podcasts

George Lueddeke, PhD, Educational consultant
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George Lueddeke, PhD

George Lueddeke, PhD
Mark E. Quirk, EdD
Vice president, Medical Education Outcomes, American Medical Association
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Mark E. Quirk, EdD

George E. Thibault, MD, President, Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation
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George E. Thibault, MD

James L. Madara, MD, Executive vice president and CEO, American Medical Association
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James L. Madara, MD

Richard A. DeMillo, PhD Distinguished professor of computing and management, Director, Center for 21st Century Universities, Georgia Institute of Technology
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Richard A. DeMillo, PhD

Mark E. Quirk, EdDConference Seminar Presentations

Articulating the intuitive: Fostering deliberate reflection to enhance clinical and professional competency
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Jeffrey Borkan, MD, PhD
Scott D. Stern, MD
Mark E. Quirk, EdD

Designing evaluation to ensure educational effectiveness
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Patricia Carney, PhD

Fostering personal and professional growth: Exploring student resiliency and physician satisfaction
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Lotte Dyrbye, MD, MHPE
Michael Tutty, PhD, MHA

Getting ready for residency: Competencies, the Next Accreditation System and milestones
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Timothy P. Brigham, MDiv, PhD

Preparing students to work and learn in teams: A demonstration
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Paul Haidet, MD, MPH

Professionalism: A complex adaptive problem
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Catherine R. Lucey, MD

Professionalism, humanism and evaluation of the learning environment
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Debra K. Litzelman, MD, MA
Blaine Takesue, MD

Reducing health care disparities through education
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Tonya L. Fancher, MD, MPH
Mark C. Henderson, MD
Karen Kmetik, PhD
Omar Hasan, MBBS, MPH, MS

Reducing health care disparities through education
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Elizabeth G. Baxley, MD

George E. Thibault, MD James L. Madara, MD
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