Gold Summit Poster Sessions


Sunday, Oct. 27 | 5:30-6:45 p.m
Monday, Oct. 28 | 4:00-6:00 p.m

The Gold Foundation is thrilled to share research and projects from our wide Gold community at two Poster Sessions held during the Gold Humanism Summit. This work is divided into three themes: (1) Increasing Engagement with Community (2) Unique Educational Initiatives (3) Wellness, Resilience, and Prevention of Burnout. Our Sunday Poster Session will be held on Sunday evening following GHHS & MTL Symposium presentations. Our Monday Poster Session will be held 4-6 p.m. during the Meet the Author Session. The Poster Sessions will feature research and projects by our Gold Humanism Honor Society members and Mapping the Landscape teams, as well as our wider Gold community, including those that have received Gold fellowships, grants, or recognition.

Location

The Poster Sessions will be held in the Ocean’s Foyer at the Renaissance SeaWorld Orlando.

Increasing Engagement with Community

Medical students, healthcare trainees and practitioners may have little familiarity with the diverse cultures of the patients they serve. This can lead to poor communication, challenges to adherence, and decreased physician satisfaction at work. Improved education and cultural awareness can increase engagement and foster better understanding between the communities and the clinicians who serve them.

Caring for the Undeserved
Margaret Nkansah, MD, MS | Albany Medical College
“Approach to Developing Outreach Opportunities for Medical Students to Serve Those Living in Homelessness”
Hardik Patel | Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
“Leveraging nursing students as patient navigators at student-run wound care clinic to improve patient safety and ensure linkage to referrals”
Jasmine Jafari | University of California, Riverside School of Medicine
“Improving Awareness, Timeliness, and Quality of Communication between Patients and Peer Liaison Teams within a Student Health Center.”
Bea Palileo | University of California, Riverside School of Medicine
“The First Established Vision Screening Project at the student-run Riverside Free Clinic”
Rebekah Boyd, Angela Chang and Peter Kentros | Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons
“Interdisciplinary Refugee Partnership in Health: A Pilot Project”
Alma Fe Houghton and Sangetta Nair-Collins
“High Value Care for Trans Patients in an internal Medicine Residency Clinic: Can it be Done?”

Project-Outreach to Young and Marginalized Patients
Hayley Price and Gillian Naro | Penn StateCollege of Medicine, Hershey Medical Center
“HIV and Intimate Partner Violence: The Necessity for Humanism in Identifying and Helping Survivors”
Kristy Kosub, MD | University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
“Project 6-55 Stories: Enhancing Humanism in Medical Student Clinical Training”
Rachel Williams 
“Building a Humanistic Framework of Care for Patients Experiencing Incarceration: A Systematic Review of the Literature”
Susan Verba | University of California, Davis
“Outpatient Radio: A chronic-pain listening project”

Creative Initiatives to Improve Patient Care
James Butterfield and Gillian Naro | Penn State College of Medicine
“Suicide Following Blast Hand Injury”
Kate Otto Chebly, MD | New York University Internal Medicine Residency Program 
“Improving Social Support Discussions in Primary Care Clinic”
Heather Lee, PhD, LCSW | Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
“Assessing the needs of primary care patients and clinicians for Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) medication decisions
Michael Wilson, MD | Mayo Clinic
“Reflecting on Shared Decision Making: A Reflection-Quantification Study”
Taranjeet Ahuja, DO | Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell
“Tell Me More: A Transferable Model for Partnering with Patients and Families as People”
Elisabeth Conser, MD | Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center-Lubbock, Texas
“Tell Me More: Using the Arts to Recognize Superheroes in Health Care”

Unique Educational Initiatives

A wide variety of curricula and educational interventions have been created to advance medical humanism. This section will include methods for using creative arts like writing, drawing, and music to help patients, physicians, and nurses understand their medical experiences. Presenters will share educational initiatives that integrate ethics, advocacy, and humanism into the educational and professional development of training clinicians, as well as innovative ways to use humanism to address some of the more insidious and debilitating aspects of training (such as the “hidden curriculum”) that disrupt the training of all medical professionals.  Finally, a discussion of best practices for using technology with patients in clinical settings and on-line will tackle the seeming paradox of melding humanism and technology.

To Advance Humanism and Interprofessional Collaboration Wherever Care is Delivered
Lori Wick, MD and Erin Huttlinger | Baylor Scott & White
“Confronting Burnout & Encouraging “Resilience:: The Pete & Erin Huttlinger Humanism in Medicine Series”
Remi Hueckel 
“PedsTalk (Pediatric Critical Care): Advanced Communication Skills Training for Pediatric Critical Care Nurses”
Aloukika Shah and Jennifer Wang | UCLA David Geffen Schoolof Medicine
“Assessing Medical Student Interdisciplinary Care Training in a Hotspotting Program”
Danielle Blanch Hartigan, PhD, MPH
“Advancing Humanism in Anesthesiology: A Meta-Analysis and Systematic Review”
Meredith Giuliani, MBBS | Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Toronto, Canada
“Humanism in Global Oncology Curricula: An Emerging Priority”

Encouraging Compassion in Medical and Nursing Students
Kelly Phillips, PhD, APRN | The University of Toledo College of Nursing

“The White Coat Ceremony: An emblematic transition into professional nursing focusing on humanism”
Jennifer G. Chang, MD; LtCol, USAF, MC | Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences
“Debriefing the Clerkship Experience through a Brief Humanities Curriculum”
Marion Copeland | Penn State College of Medicine
“Humanism in Human Dissection: The Effects of a Humanistic Program to Prepare First Year Medical Students for the Cadaver Experience”
Amelia McCarey 
“Innovative Changes in Medical Education: Implementing Humanism in Medical Student Education and Experience through a Monthly Gratitude Newsletter”
Diane Ferrero-Paluzzi, PhD | Iona College
“Clinical Disposition Assessments in Allied Health Professions to Increase Humanism”
Amber V. McKenna | LSU Health Shreveport School of Medicine
“Establishing a Gold Standard: Medical students create a Humanism and Service-Learning Honors Program”
Shapir Rosenberg, MD | University of Maryland Medical Center
“A Trainee-Led Cancer Therapy Group: Benefiting Patients and Learners”
Michael Blackie, PhD 
“Mapping the (mis) alignment between medical humanism and health humanities in medical education: A scoping review”
David Doukas, MD
“Linking Classical Medical Ethics, Humanities, and Professionalism to Normative Concepts of Humanism in Medical Education”
Vijay Rajput | Nova Southeastern University, Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine, Ross University School of Medicine
“Medical Geography: A Novel Approach to Understanding Social Determinants of Health in Undergraduate Medical Education”
Katherine A. Moreau | University of Ottawa
“Integrating Patients’ Voices into Health Professions Education: A New Graduate Studies Course”

To Counter or to Understand? Implicit Bias in Education, Patient Care, and Workplace
Nimisha Kumar, BS | Indiana University School of Medicine

“Promoting Sex and Gender in Medical Education”
Javeed Sukhera, MD
“Exploring implicit influences on collaborative practice within healthcare teams: A Scoping Review”
Laura Hirshfield, PhD
“Implicit Bias in Medical Contexts: A Scoping Review”
Elan Baskir, BA | Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, Florida International University
“Using BINGO Cards to Educate First-Year Medical Students on the Ethical Issues Surrounding Interaction with the Pharmaceutical Industry”

Using Narrative Medicine Skills
Sarah E. Hodges | Duke University School of Medicine
“Chronic Health Conditions Storytelling Group: An Innovative Update to the Narrative Medicine Model for Patient Empowerment” Sun/Mon
Kristy Kosub, MD | University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
“Project 6-55 Stories: Enhancing Humanism in Medical Student Clinical Training”
Jennifer Hartmark-Hill, MD | University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix
“The Effects of Narrative Nonfiction and Literary Fiction on Medical Student Empathy”
Alice Fornari, EdD | Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell 
“Narrative perspective and reflective writing: A Longitudinal Medical Student Elective in Health Humanities”
Anna Goshua | Stanford University School of Medicine
“Health Advocacy Through Opinion And Reported Writing” Sun/Mon
QeeQee Gao | University of Kansas School of Medicine
“Innovating the Medical School Community: Commemorating Medical Humanities and Celebrating Personal Narratives”
Jennifer G. Chang, MD; LtCol, USAF, MC | Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences
“Debriefing the Clerkship Experience through a Brief Humanities Curriculum”

Wellness, Resilience, and Prevention of Burnout

The first half of this session will focus on the epidemic of burnout- why we are experiencing it and some tools to combat it in our/one’s own personal and professional space.  We will discuss some of the incivility that is found in the healthcare workplace focusing on nurse-to-nurse hostility and workplace violence. Evidence will be presented about physician suicide in two very different hospital systems, one in the U.S. and one in the Netherlands.  We will review the challenges to and value of collaborative practice in healthcare as well as specific ways to advance professionalism for residents and fellows.

The second half of this session will address solutions to improve healthcare provider wellness, including suggestions for local retreats/events.  There will be a view into promoting resilience in residents and ways to use human to make it easier to show appreciation to residents using IT.  This session will end with “easy evidenced-based tools” to combat burnout including a short mindfulness technique

Wellness, Resilience, and Prevention of Burnout
Martha Chapa | University of TexasMedical Branch at Galveston
“Determining the Effect of Peer Mentorship Programs on Medical Students: Readiness, Clinical Performance, and Burnout”
Corinne Roberts | University of Virginia
“Resilience Retreat Promotes Well-Being of Healthcare Professionals and Students”
Carissa May | Beaumont Health; Oakland University William Beaumont Hospital School of Medicine
“Resident Wellness Wednesday Initiative” Sun/Mon
Sima Pendharkar, MD, MPH and Tiffany Leung, MD, MPH
“Physician Suicide: A Scoping Review”
Lina Najih Kawar
“Nurse-to-Nurse Incivility, Hostility, and Workplace Violence: An Integrative Scoping Review of the Evidence”
Stephen Slade, MD | Virginia Mason Medical Center
“Empathy Rounds: Nurturing Community Through Vulnerability”
Abigail Ford Winkel, MD and Annie Robinson
“Thriving in Scrubs: Understanding resilience in residents”
Jessica Montgomery and Catherine Klammer | Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
“Promoting Wellness by Building Community: The Annual Humanism in Medicine Conference at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine”
Laura Pulido, MD, Jessica Casey and Maggie Flint | University of Minnesota Medical School -Twin Cities
“The Mental Health Awareness Conference: A Student-led Opportunity to Discuss Mental Health and Illness in Medicine”
Rianna Lloyd, DNP, RN | TheRemen Institute for the Study of Health and Illness with Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine
“Innovative changes incorporated in the medical and or/ nursing school curricula to increase humanism anywhere that care is provided”

Diva Bomgaars, MD
“Thank a Resident Day: Creation of an online tool to facilitate delivery of appreciation notes to trainees”