National and International Presentations

Anderson, E. “Ideas for Researcher Education (with Brooke Cholka). Public Responsibility in Medicine & Research, Advancing Ethical Research Conference.” Boston, MA. November 2019. 
 
Anderson, E. “Reviewing Social, Behavioral and Educational Research” (with Amy Corneli). Public Responsibility in Medicine & Research, Advancing Ethical Research Conference. Boston, MA. November 2019.  

Anderson, E. “Strategies for IRB Member Education” (with Toby Schonfeld). Public Responsibility in Medicine & Research, Advancing Ethical Research Conference. Boston, MA. November 2019. 

Anderson, E. Publication Ethics. Illinois Institute of Technology, Responsible Conduct of Research seminar. April 2019.  

Anderson, E. “Where Methods and Ethics Meet. UIC Center for Clinical and Translational Science, Best Practice Hour”. October 2019.  

Anderson, E. Invited Presidential Symposium: #METOO and Psychiatry, Physician Sexual Misconduct. National Meeting of the Academy for Consultation and Liaison Psychiatry. San Diego, CA. November 2019. 

Blair A, Bekere P, Power D, Heidelbough J, Michelfelder AJ. “You’re Too Smart for Family Medicine!” Mentoring the High Achieving Student into Family Medicine.” Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education. Portland, OR, February 2020. 
 
Dixon A, Tipton M, Westbay L, Wagner S, Afriyie-Gray A,Graziano S. Sleight of Handoffs: Using SBAR in Medical Student Handoffs. Poster at CREOG/APGO Annual Meeting, Feb 2020.  

Fiedler E, Teitcher M, Gill R, McCoyd M, Reed T, Snow D, Ruland S, Kaufman M. “Team is Brain: An Interdisciplinary Educational Initiative to Improve Stroke Care in the Emergency Department”. Accepted for oral presentation, American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada; 2020 April. 

Graziano, S. Lunchtime Panel: The Doctors Are In. Mistreatment, Professionalism and More. Clerkship Director Workshop, APGO Faculty Development Seminar, Jan 2020 

Graziano, S. Improving the Quality of Student Feedback on the Clerkship. Roundtable Discussion, Advanced Clerkship Director Workshop, CREOG/APGO Annual Meeting, Feb 2019. 

Graziano, S. Start Your Parade: Building a Team to Propel Your Learners. Panel Discussion, Advanced Clerkship Director Workshop, CREOG/APGO Annual Meeting, Feb 2019.  

Graziano, S. Lunchtime Panel: The Doctors Are In. Avoiding the Lave in Your Clerkship. Clerkship Director Workshop, APGO Faculty Development Seminar, Jan 2019. 

Graziano, S.Evaluating Clerkship Quality and Efficacy. Presentation, Clerkship Director Workshop, APGO Faculty Development Seminar, Jan 2019.  

Hendler, GY and Havey J. (2020) ‘Dog in Residence: An Interprofessional Wellness Program at an Academic Health Sciences Library’ in Library Collaborations and Community Partnerships: Enhancing Health and Quality of Life. Eds. Vicki-Hines Martin, Fannie M. Cox and Henry R. Cunningham. In Press. 

Horsely TL, Calandra M, Reed T. “Building a Culture of Safety through TeamSTEPPS Simulation Training for Health Professionals”. Podium presentation Nursing EBP and Research Conference, Sioux Falls, SD; 2019 October. 

Krause D, Southworth E, Bogue R, Wagner S, Winder A, Afriyie-Gray A, Graziano S. Implementation of an obstetric point of care ultrasound curriculum for third year medical students. Poster at CREOG/APGO Annual Meeting, Feb 2020. 

Lovett S, Reed T, Riggs R, Lew G, Koch E, Rech M. "Intravenous Sub-dissociative Dose Ketamine for Analgesia in the Emergency Department: A Dosing Comparison". Oral presentation. ACEP; Denver, CO; 2019 October. 

Mirza, K. “Pathology & Laboratory Medicine and Medical Laboratory Science” Lecturer, Introduction to Health Professions Course. January 2019  

Mirza, K. “A Refresher on Pathology Diagnostics in Cases of Lung Cancer” Invited Special Seminar, Rush University Health Systems Department of Medicine (PCCM). June 2019.  

Mirza, K.. “Telling Your Story” Invited Panelist and Speaker, CAP Engaged Leadership Academy. December 2019.  

Michelfelder AJ, Vlasses F. “Capturing Collaborative Synergy: Building an Interprofessional Education and Practice Institute.” Pre-symposium Workshop for the Collaborating Across Borders VI conference. Banff, Canada. October 2017. 

Michelfelder, AJ, Vlasses F. Callahan M, Poole D, Ratka A, Newton A, Hageman H, Sinclair L. “No Mission no Margin: Funding Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (IPECP) Programs.” Symposium/Panel for the Collaborating Across Borders VI conference. Banff, Canada. October 2017. 
 
Michelfelder AJ, Vlasses F. “Collaboration with the NEXUS: The Loyola Experience.” Invited Presentation for the 2017 Joint Accreditation Leadership Summit sponsored by the American Council for Continuing Medical Education, the American Nurses Credentialing Center and the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education. Chicago, IL. June 2017. 

Michelfelder AJ, Byrne M. “The Robot Will See You Now: The Evolving Future of  

Family Medicine.” Invited Plenary Speaker for the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Medical Student Education Annual Conference. Anaheim, California. February 2017. 

Parsi, K. “From Autistic Savant: The Narrow Depiction of Autism in Film and Television”. ASBH Annual Meeting, Pittsburg, PA. October 2019. 

Parsi, K. “Narrative: What Is It Good For? Law and Humanities Session” Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. January 2020. 

Parsi, K. “How Can Ethics Consultations Support Patients with Intellectual/ Development Delays in the Transition from Pediatric to Adult Care? Evolving Clinical Ethics: A Working Unconference, Texas Medical Center, Houston, TX. February 2020.  

Reed T, Barbas B. Simulation Presentation AAEM/RSA Annual Midwest Medical Student Symposium STEMI/VF, AAA Hemorrhagic Shock, Ovarian Torsion, Hyperkalemia/PEA; 2019 September 

Reed T, Wagner S, Ozark G, Boyle M, Gruener G. “Seeing Yourself Through the Learners’ Eyes: Incorporating Smart Glasses in Objective Structured Teaching Examinations for Faculty Development”. Podium presentation. Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education Annual Meeting; Miami, FL, 2020 February. 

Segal E, Blair A, Lee K, Michelfelder A. “The Direct Route: Collaboration in a Family Medicine Clinic.” 69th Annual Workshops and Scientific Program, Hypnosis for the Ages, Las Vegas, NV, October 2018 

Segal E, Michelfelder, A. “Capturing the Spirit of Family Medicine: How Students and Clinicians Can Use Self-Hypnosis to Promote their Own Self-Care and Wellness.” Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education. Austin Texas, February 2018. 
 
Segal E, Michelfelder, A. “Capturing the Spirit of Family Medicine: How Students and Clinicians Can Use Self-Hypnosis to Promote their Own Self-Care and Wellness.” Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education. Austin Texas, February 2018. 

Szarek J, Reed T, Horsley TL, Callender D, Guthridge J. “Designing simulation-enhanced interprofessional education for novice to experienced teams”. 90-minute workshop, International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare; San Diego, CA; 2020 January. 

Szarek J, Reed T, Horsley TL, Callender D. “Designing Simulation-Enhanced Interprofessional Education: Application of a 6-Step Model.” Accepted for a 3-hour pre-conference workshop, International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE); Denver, CO; 2020 June. 
 
Tews M, Reed T, Lugassy D. "Moving the Masses": Conceptual, Instructional, and Operational Considerations for Planning and Delivering Simulation for Large Numbers of Learners. Podium Presentation. International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare; San Antonio, TX; 2019 January 

Tjaden A,Graziano S. Skene’s Gland Leiomyoma: A Case Report. Poster at ACOG District VI Meeting, Aug 2019. 

Vlasses F, Michelfelder AJ. “Building Partnerships and Funding to Drive Practice Change.” Invited Presentation for the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) National Magnet Conference Research Symposium. Denver, Colorado, October 2018. 

Wagner S, Reed T, Ozark G. “Faculty Development is High Stakes! Empower Your Faculty with Creative Curriculum”. Discussion Den. CREOG and APGO Annual Meeting; Orlando, FL, 2020 February. 

Watchmaker, B., Boyd, B. & Dugas, L.R. Newborn feeding recommendations and practices increase the risk of development of overweight and obesity. BMC Pediatr 20, 104 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12887-020-1982-9