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Tuesday, February 28 • 9:15am - 10:45am
(ARCHES) Developing a Value-Driven Healthcare Curriculum for Learners

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Abstract Body: Objectives: Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to: 1. Describe a general needs assessment for a value-driven healthcare curriculum for medical students and residents, citing information from key organizations involved in undergraduate and graduate medical education. 2. Identify educational strategies, with a focus on experiential learning opportunities, which can be incorporated into a value-driven healthcare curriculum. 3. Identify potential barriers to implementation of a value-driven healthcare curriculum and strategies to address those barriers. Methods: We propose an interactive workshop in which participants will develop their knowledge base about and ability to design and implement a value-driven healthcare curriculum for their learners. The conceptual framework used to inform the structure of this workshop is Kern’s Six Steps for Curriculum Development; each of these six steps will be addressed, with the majority of the session focused on developing educational strategies and implementation planning. Interactive small and large group discussions will be employed to engage participants in active learning throughout the session. The session will begin with a brief review of the AAMC Core Entrustable Professional Activities for Entering Residency and ACGME Core Competencies that inform the general need to provide value-driven healthcare curricula for trainees. The targeted needs assessment conducted by education leaders at the University of Utah will be reviewed as an example, providing an outline that participants can translate to their own institution. Basic learning goals for a value-driven healthcare curriculum will be reviewed, utilizing the value equation (Value = (Quality + Service) / Cost) and USMLE Content Outline to inform content. This background of general and targeted needs assessments and basic learning goals will set the stage for participants to develop educational strategies for a value-driven healthcare curriculum. Participants will work in small groups to identify and develop educational strategies that can be employed to meet the stated learning goals. Each group will report on their discussion in the large group setting. Opportunities for experiential learning will be highlighted and discussed. Finally, we will address anticipated barriers to implementation of the curriculum. Participants will brainstorm anticipated barriers, utilizing the Ishikawa Fishbone technique to structure the conversation and organize ideas into useful categories. The workshop will conclude with a brief summary of the session. Intended Outcomes: upon completion of the workshop, participants will be prepared to develop and implement a value-driven healthcare curriculum for their learners Target Audience: medical educators across the continuum, including both UME and GME 


Tuesday February 28, 2017 9:15am - 10:45am
ARCHES

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