A32 - Teaching Medical and Interprofessional Learners in the Nursing Home: Insights into Curriculum Development and Effective Teaching Modalities (AMDA Foundation Sponsored Session) - CME/CMD credits not available for this session
Accreditation Statement: AMDA – The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Designation Statement: AMDA – The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine designates this Internet Enduring Material for a maximum of 7 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
ABPLM Designation Statement: This Internet Enduring Material has been pre-approved by the American Board of Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine (ABPLM) for a total of 7 management hours toward certification as a Certified Medical Director (CMD) in post-acute and long-term care medicine. The CMD program is administered by the ABPLM. Each physician should claim only those hours of credit actually spent on the activity.
Session Description: This full-day session will focus on the curricular underpinnings for post-acute and long-term care medicine. The role of simulation as an educational modality will be highlighted as will the use of components of the INTERACT program for interprofessional training. Examples of successful curricula targeted towards students, residents and geriatric fellows will be presented. In the afternoon, Dr. Schools of the Netherlands will describe training for nursing home specialists. Participants will have the opportunity to work in small groups choosing breakout sessions that will focus on the role of quality improvement as an educational modality, dealing with the challenging learner and how to develop a post-acute and long-term care curriculum for undergraduate learners.
Review different simulation activities and their relevance to LTC and demonstrate how simulation informs clinical practice
Identify key curricular elements applicable to postgraduate trainees in the post-acute and LTC setting
Describe the rationale underlying the competencies and how they may inform new quality measures
Describe current training curriculum for NH specialists in the Netherlands and the teaching modalities proven to be most effective for NH specialist training
Speaker(s): Gwendolen T. Buhr, MD, MEd, CMD Paul R. Katz, MD, CMD Rachel B. Mason, MD Sindy McCrystle, MSN Douglas Oliver, MD Jos M.G.A. Schols, MD Daniel Swagerty, MD, MPH, CMD Matthew S. Wayne, MD, CMD Heidi White MD, MEd, MHS, CMD
Reference(s): Katz PR, Karuza J, Counsel SR. Academics and the Nursing Home. Clinics in Geriatric Medicine. August 1995, 11(3): 503-516. An Advanced Course in Long Term Care for Geriatric Medicine Fellows. Heidi K. White MD, MHS, MEd, Gwendolen Buhr MD, MHS, MEd, Eleanor McConnell PhD, RN, GCNS-BC, Robert J. Sullivan Jr. MD, MPH, Jack Twersky MD, Cathleen Colon-Emeric MD, Mitchell Heflin MD, Toni M. Cutson MD, MHS; William Logan MD; Kenneth Lyles MD; Sandro O. Pinheiro PhD. JAMDA 14 (2013) 499e506. Designing a Learner-Centered Geriatrics Curriculum for Multilevel Medical Learners. Sindy W. McCrystle, MSN, Louise M. Murray, MA and Sandro O. Pinheiro, PhD. JAGS 58:142;151, 2010.
MD, MEd, CMD,
Associate Professor of Geriatrics,
Chair Department of Geriatrics,
Florida State University, College of Medicine