Annual Meeting 2018 Presentations

 

ASE Thinking Out Of The Box Videos
On Rotation from Tuesday, May 1, 2018 - Thursday, May 3, 2018

(TOTBV-01) BEING PREPARED FOR TRAGIC EVENTS INVOLVING RESIDENTS: DESIGN OF A TRAGIC EVENT COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL
Robert Hayne Hollis, MD, MPH (University of Alabama at Birmingham)

(TOTBV-02) USING GOPRO CAMERAS TO CREATE OSATS VIDEO PORTFOLIOS FOLLOWING THE ACS/APDS CORE SKILLS CURRICULUM
Sophia K McKinley, MD EdM (Massachusetts General Hospital)

(TOTBV-03) THE ROLE OF STEREO 360° VIRTUAL REALITY IN CLINICAL EXAMINATION
Jos A van der Hage, MD, PhD (Leiden University Medical Center)

(TOTBV-04) THE DEVELOPMENT OF A HOMEMADE CENTRAL LINE SIMULATOR
Rebecca Brown, MD (University of North Carolina)

(TOTBV-05) USING GUIDED MEDITATION AS AN ADJUCT TO OPERATIVE TEACHING
Jennifer Agnes Serfin, MD (Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center)

 

ASE Plenary Paper Session
Tuesday, May 1, 2018 | 12:10 PM - 1:45 PM

(Plenary - 01) ASSESSING GENDER BIAS IN QUALITATIVE EVALUATIONS OF SURGICAL RESIDENTS
Maren Loe, BS (Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis)

(Plenary - 02) MIND THE GAP: A PILOT STUDY - A DIVERGENCE BETWEEN FULL ENTRUSTABILITY AND PERCEIVED AUTONOMY FOR SURGICAL RESIDENTS IN THE OR
Rebecca M Minter, MD (UT Southwestern)

(Plenary - 03) (EN)TRUST ME: VALIDATING AN ASSESSMENT RUBRIC FOR DOCUMENTING CLINICAL ENCOUNTERS DURING A SURGERY CLERKSHIP CLINICAL SKILLS EXAM.
Tess H Aulet, MD (University of Vermont Medical Center)

(Plenary - 04) MALPRACTICE ALLEGATIONS: A REALITY CHECK FOR RESIDENT PHYSICIANS
Beiqun Zhao, MD (University of California, San Diego)

(Plenary - 05) DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A NATIONAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SKILLS CURRICULUM FOR UROLOGY RESIDENTS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM: A PROSPECTIVE MULTI-METHOD, MULTI-CENTER STUDY
Nick Sevdalis, PhD (King's College London)

(Plenary - 06) THE IMPACT OF A CURRICULUM ON OPIOID PRESCRIBING FOR NOVICE SURGICAL TRAINEES
Alexander S Chiu, MD (Yale School of Medicine)

 

ASE Concurrent Orals 1 - Learning Theory / Curriculum Development
Tuesday, May 1, 2018 | 3:15 PM - 5:00 PM

(C1 - 01) PREPARATION FOR CHALLENGING CASES: WHAT DIFFERENTIATES EXPERT SURGEONS FROM NOVICES?
Amlish Gondal, MD (University of Arizona)

(C1 - 02) SURGERY EDUCATION QUALITY IMPROVEMENT THROUGH A RESIDENT-CENTERED CLINIC
Meredith Barrett (University of Michigan)

(C1 - 03) ANALYSIS OF SURGICAL STUDENT REFLECTIVE WRITING REVEALS EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND GUIDES CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
Natalie M Best, MD (Wright State University)

(C1 - 04) TEACHING ATTITUDES AND RESIDENT-AS-TEACHER PROGRAMS IN GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENCY PROGRAMS
Alaina D Geary, MD (Boston Medical Center)

(C1 - 05) COMBATING THE OPIOID EPIDEMIC THROUGH PAIN MANAGEMENT TRAINING OF SURGICAL INTERNS
Michael Nooromid, MD (Northwestern University)

(C1 - 06) EVALUATING A NOVEL SURGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT CURRICULUM FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS
Samantha L Ahle, MD (Yale School of Medicine)

(C1 - 07) SURGEON COLLABORATION IN THE LEARNING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW PROCEDURES
Shay Seth, MD (University of Ottawa)

(C1 - 08) TRIGGER VIDEOS FACILITATE DISCUSSION FOR RICHER FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
Anuj Arora, MD, BSc (University of Toronto)

(C1 - 09) PREDICTORS OF MEDICAL STUDENT SUCCESS ON THE SURGICAL CLERKSHIP
Alexander R Cortez (University of Cincinnati)

(C1 - 10) TRAINING WITH COGNITIVE OVERLOAD IMPROVES PERFORMANCE UNDER SIMILAR CONDITIONS IN A REAL SURGICAL TASK
Ganesh Sankaranarayanan, PhD (Baylor University Medical Center)

(C1 - 11) ATTENTION SELECTIVITY AND AUTOMATICITY PREDICT SIMULATOR ACQUIRED SKILL TRANSFER TO THE CLINICAL ENVIRONMENT
Nicholas E Anton, MS (Indiana University School of Medicine)

(C1 - 12) MITIGATION OF LEARNER ANXIETY AFTER SIMULATION DEATH: IMPORTANCE OF SYSTEMATIC DEBRIEFING
Joseph C L'Huillier (University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health)

(C1 - 13) TEACHING MULTIDISCIPLINARY ONCOLOGIC SURGERY USING CADAVERIC-BASED SIMULATION
Brian Bednarski, MD (University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center)

(C1 - 14) THE SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT: A UNIQUE MODEL FOR PATIENT EDUCATION AND ADVOCACY TRAINING IN EARLY MEDICAL EDUCATION
Megan Janeway, MD (Boston Medical Center)

(C1 - 15) MEDICAL STUDENT INVOLVEMENT AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES IN MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY CONFERENCES: A NATIONAL SURVEY OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR SURGICAL EDUCATION’S ACADEMY OF CLERKSHIP DIRECTORS.
Harold J Leraas, MHS (Duke University School of Medicine)

 

ASE Podium Session 1 - Med Student / Curriculum
Tuesday, May 1, 2018 | 3:15 PM - 5:00 PM

(PS1 - 01) VARIATION OF SURGERY CLERKSHIP GRADES IN US MEDICAL SCHOOLS
Michelle R Brownstein, MD (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

(PS1 - 02) USE OF NON-TECHNICAL SKILLS CAN PREDICT MEDICAL STUDENT PERFORMANCE IN ACUTE CARE SIMULATED SCENARIOS
Jackie S Cha, MSE (Purdue University)

(PS1 - 03) APPLICANT PERCEPTIONS OF NEW SELECTION SYSTEMS FOR SURGICAL TRAINING: SELECTION SCIENCE DOESN’T “SCARE AWAY THE GOOD ONES”
Aimee K Gardner, PhD (Baylor College of Medicine)

(PS1 - 04) THE SURGICAL CONSULT EPA: DEFINING COMPETENCE AS A BASIS FOR EVALUATION
Ryland Stucke, MD (Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center)

(PS1 - 05) HOW MANY MAKES A CROWD? AN ADAPTIVE STRATEGY FOR CROWD RECRUITMENT FOR SURGICAL SKILL ASSESSMENT.
Anand Malpani, PhD (Johns Hopkins University)

(PS1 - 06) STOP THE BLEED TRAINING EMPOWERS LEARNERS TO ACT TO PREVENT UNNECESSARY HEMORRHAGIC DEATH
Roy Lei, BS (McGovern Medical Shool)

(PS1 - 07) UNDERSTANDING STRESSORS IN SURGEONS- A UNIQUE INSIGHT
Nell Maloney Patel, MD (Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School)

(PS1 - 08) TWEET-FORMAT REFLECTIVE WRITING: A HIDDEN NEEDS ASSESSMENT?
Jeremy A Dressler, MD (The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Department of Surgery)

(PS1 - 09) SEE ONE, DO ONE, TEACH ONE: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED STUDY EVALUATING THE BENEFIT OF AUTONOMY IN SURGICAL EDUCATION.
Michael T LeCompte, MD (Vanderbilt University Medical Center)

 

ASE Poster Station 1 - Curricular Innovations
Tuesday, May 1, 2018 | 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM

(Poster1 - 01) ROBOTIC SURGERY TRAINING CURRICULA IN GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENCY PROGRAMS: WHERE ARE WE?
Cynthia M Tom, MD (Harbor-UCLA Medical Center)

(Poster1 - 02) EDUCATOR AND TRAINEE PERSPECTIVES ON THE NEED FOR A DEDICATED, NON-CLINICAL, “REAL WORLD” CURRICULUM IN GENERAL SURGERY TRAINING
Praveen Sridhar, MD (Boston University)

(Poster1 - 03) SURGERY NIGHT FLOAT TEAM: SHOULD MEDICAL STUDENTS HAVE A SPOT ON THE ROSTER?
Madeline Richter, BS (University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix)

(Poster1 - 04) TAKING ADVANTAGE OF NEW EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOLLOWING A HEALTH CARE MERGER
Nicole T Christian, MD, MSCS (University of Colorado)

(Poster1 - 05) IMPLEMENTING INTRAMURAL LEADERSHIP TRAINING WITHIN GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENCY
William A Burns, MD (Rutgers - Rowbert Wood Johnson Medical School)

(Poster1 - 06) A FORMAL CURRICULUM SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVES CRITICAL CARE ULTRASOUND PERFORMANCE
Daniel J Haase, MD, RDMS, RDCS (R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, University of Maryland School of Medicine)

(Poster1 - 08) FELLOW-LED SICU MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY CONFERENCES ADDRESS PATIENT SAFETY, INTERPROFESSIONAL COOPERATION AND ACGME MILESTONES
Noah Weingarten, MA (Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL)

(Poster1 - 09) SURGERY CLERKSHIP STUDENTS DO NOT PREFER ORAL EXAM STUDY AID IN “APP” FORM: THEY FAVOR IN PERSON INSTRUCTION
Rishindra M Reddy, MD (University of Michigan)

 

ASE Poster Station 2 - Simulation and Curriculum
Tuesday, May 1, 2018 | 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM

(Poster2 - 01) EPA INTEGRATION INTO THE SURGICAL CLERKSHIP
Shannon W Longshore, MD (East Carolina University, Brody SOM)

(Poster2 - 02) A NEEDS ANALYSIS TO INFORM AN AWAKE SURGERY COMMUNICATION CURRICULUM: THE RESIDENT PERSPECTIVE
Robert C Nolan (University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine)

(Poster2 - 03) IMPLEMENTATION OF A GUIDED ONLINE SUPPLEMENTAL CURRICULUM FOR SURGICAL RESIDENTS: A ONE YEAR FOLLOW-UP
Janice A Taylor, MD, MEd (University of Florida)

(Poster2 - 04) POST-INTERNSHIP SURGICAL BOOT CAMP INCREASES CONFIDENCE FOR INTERNS TRANSITIONING TO SENIOR RESIDENT RESPONSIBILITIES
Grace S Lee, MD, MSME (University of Pennsylvania)

(Poster2 - 05) PROCEDURAL CONFIDENCE IS IMPROVED WHEN USING A DYNAMIC HAPTIC ROBOT COMPARED TO A STANDARD MANIKIN TRAINER
Cheyenne C Sonntag, MD (Penn State Hershey Medical Center)

(Poster2 - 06) NEEDS ANALYSIS FOR DEVELOPING A VIRTUAL REALITY SIMULATOR FOR VATS LOBECTOMY
Ganesh Sankaranarayanan, PhD (Baylor University Medical Center)

(Poster2 - 07) FAST OR SAFE? THE ROLE OF IMPULSIVENESS IN LAPAROSCOPIC SIMULATOR PERFORMANCE
Bas Kengen, MD (Radboud University Medical Center)

(Poster2 - 08) ROBOTIC SURGICAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT IN GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENTS USING SIMULATION AND 3D-PRINTED ANATOMICAL MODELS
Praveen Sridhar, MD (Boston University Medical Center)

(Poster2 - 09) ATTITUDES OF ROBOTIC SURGERY EDUCATORS AND LEARNERS: CHALLENGES, ADVANTAGES, TIPS AND TRICKS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING ROBOTIC SURGERY
Jessica Mormando (Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine)

 

ASE Poster Station 3 - Autonomy and Assessment
Tuesday, May 1, 2018 | 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM

(Poster3 - 01) IMPACT OF SERIOUS GAMING ON TESTING IN PRE-GRADUATE SURGICAL EDUCATION
J A Hage, van der, Prof (LUMC)

(Poster3 - 02) WORK HOUR RESTRICTIONS DID NOT IMPROVE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF FIRST YEAR RESIDENTS IN A UNIVERSITY SURGICAL RESIDENCY PROGRAM
Thomas N Hawken, MD (EVMS)

(Poster3 - 04) A NOVEL TOOL TO MEASURE PERCEPTUAL EXPERTISE IN ROBOTIC SURGEONS
Courtney A Green, MD (University of California San Francisco)

(Poster3 - 05) EVALUATING DIFFERING PERSPECTIVES OF ATTENDING AND RESIDENT PHYSICIANS IN FACTORS DETERMINING RESIDENT AUTONOMY IN THE OPERATING ROOM
Shawn D Safford, MD, MAS (Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine)

(Poster3 - 06) A RESIDENT-DRIVEN MOBILE EVALUATION SYSTEM CAN BE USED TO AUGMENT TRADITIONAL SURGERY ROTATION EVALUATIONS
Kurun Partap S Oberoi, MD (Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Department of Surgery)

(Poster3 - 07) MORE THAN JUST PAPERWORK: THE ROLE OF MID-ROTATION SELF-EVALUATION DURING THE SURGICAL CLERKSHIP
Ryland Stucke, MD (Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center)

(Poster3 - 08) SURGERY CLERKSHIP STUDENTS DEMONSTRATE LARGE VARIABILITY IN CAPABILITY OF MANAGING CLINICAL SCENARIOS - A QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF 1,737 VIRTUAL PATIENT CASE ATTEMPTS
Kelsey Hobart, BA, MS (Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University)

(Poster3 - 09) THE IMPACT OF INTERN YEAR ON CATEGORICAL GENERAL SURGERY TRAINEES’ CONFIDENCE WITHIN ACGME CORE COMPETENCIES: A PILOT STUDY
Jeffrey E Silpe (University at Buffalo General Surgery Residency Program)

 

ASE Poster Station 4 - New Training Models
Tuesday, May 1, 2018 | 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM

(Poster4 - 02) DEVELOPING A TEACHING TOOL FOR PEDIATRIC SURGICAL NURSES: A NEEDS ASSESSMENT
Elizabeth A Bowdish, MD, MA (Women and Children's Hospital of Buffalo)

(Poster4 - 03) SEMI-WET TRAINING PROGRAM WITH THE USE OF PORCINE ORGANS FOR ENDOSCOPIC SURGERY
Akihiro Suzuki, MD, PhD (St. Luke's International Hospital)

(Poster4 - 04) A NOVEL COMPETENCY-BASED CURRICULUM FOR LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY
John R Martin (Indiana University)

(Poster4 - 05) THE MENTOR MATCH: A NEW APPROACH TO IMPLEMENTING FORMAL MENTORSHIP IN GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENCY
Lauryn Ullrich, DO (Geisinger Wyoming Valley)

(Poster4 - 06) A NOVEL ONLINE EDUCATION MODULE FOR TEACHING THE LYMPH NODE SONOGRAPHIC SCORE
Danielle A Hylton, MSc (McMaster University)

(Poster4 - 07) CASE-BASED DISCUSSION IMPROVES CLINICAL KNOWLEDGE OF MEDICAL STUDENTS ON SURGICAL CLERKSHIP
Bobby D Robinson, MD (Scott and White Medical Center - Temple)

(Poster4 - 08) THE WHITE BOARD TECHNIQUE FOR SURGICAL RESIDENT EDUCATION
Alexander D Neusner, MD (Temple University Hospital)

(Poster4 - 09) THE USE OF JEOPARDY AS A TOOL FOR SURGICAL EDUCATION
Maxwell S Wagner (Eastern Virginia Medical School)

 

ASE Poster Station 5 - Human Factors
Tuesday, May 1, 2018 | 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM

(Poster5 - 01) TRAINEES LOOKING TOWARD THE FUTURE: RESIDENT ATTITUDES TOWARDS ROBOTIC SURGERY.
Ingrid Woelfel, MD (The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center)

(Poster5 - 02) PREDICTING SUCCESS: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF STUDENT PERFORMANCE ON THE SURGICAL CLERKSHIP AND THE NBME SURGERY SUBJECT EXAM
Jamil Jaber, BS (University of Arizona College of Medicine Phoenix)

(Poster5 - 03) GENDER DIFFERENCES IN OPERATIVE CASE VOLUME FOR GENERAL SURGICAL RESIDENTS
David S Strosberg, MD, MS (The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center)

(Poster5 - 04) PUBLICATION PATTERNS AND THE IMPACT OF SELF-CITATION AMONG MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY FELLOWSHIPS
Christopher G Yheulon, MD, FACS (Emory University)

(Poster5 - 05) USING MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY CONFERENCES TO IMPROVE THE SURGICAL TRAINEE'S ORATORY SKILLS
Karan Grover, MD, PharmD (Rutgers- Robert Wood Johnson Medical School)

(Poster5 - 06) RESIDENT WELLNESS DURING GENERAL SURGERY TRAINING: A CANADIAN PERSPECTIVE
Zuhaib M Mir, MD (Department of Surgery, Queen's University)

(Poster5 - 07) PILOT STUDY ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A SMARTPHONE APPLICATION FOR THE PREVENTION OF LEARNING DECAY AMONG SURGERY RESIDENTS
Rondi B Gelbard, MD (Emory University School of Medicine)

(Poster5 - 08) PERCEPTIONS OF SUPERVISION BY SENIOR SURGICAL RESIDENTS DURING INVASIVE BEDSIDE PROCEDURES
Elizabeth Dauer, MD (Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University)

(Poster5 - 09) USING PRE- AND POST-ASSESSMENTS TO PROVIDE IMMEDIATE FEEDBACK IN WRIST BLOCK EDUCATION
Katherine Grunzweig (University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center / Case Western)

 

ASE Candlelight Session
Tuesday, May 1, 2018 | 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

(CL01) COMPETENCY-BASED RESIDENT TRAINING IN SURGICAL ADVANCED CARE PLANNING USING AN EMR-BASED NOTE TEMPLATE
Erin B Fennern, MD, MPH (Department of Surgery, The Mount Sinai Hospital)

(CL02) SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE SURGERY: A MODEL ORGANIZATION FOR IMPLEMENTING SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE PRACTICE IN TRAINING PROGRAMS
Megan Janeway, MD (Boston Medical Center)

(CL03) TEACHING SURGERY: A PERSPECTIVE FROM JERSEY, UK CHANNEL ISLANDS
Muhammad Aleem, F.R.C.S.Ed.;F.R.C.S.I.(Dublin) (Jersey General Hospital Channel Island of U.K.)

(CL04) THE 2017 HURRICANE SEASON IN PUERTO RICO: CHALLENGES IN SURGICAL EDUCATION
Roberto C Hernández-Irizarry, MD, MSc (University of Puerto Rico)

(CL05) THE APPLICATION OF LEAN STARTUP METHODOLOGY TO A NEW SURGICAL CLINIC IN MEXICO
Anthony Strada, MS3 (Creighton University School of Medicine)

(CL06) HEALTH CAREER ACADEMY: CASE-BASED LEARNING CURRICULUM GENERATES INTEREST IN HEALTHCARE CAREERS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FROM UNDERREPRESENTED MINORITIES
Harold J Leraas, MHS, MA (Duke University School of Medicine)

(CL07) HOLIDAYS ARE FOR PATIENTS TOO: USING A PULPECTOMY TO SERVE PATIENTS AND ENGAGE MEDICAL STUDENTS
Praveen Sridhar, MD (Boston University School of Medicine, Boston Medical Center Boston MA)

(CL08) INDIVIDUALIZED SURGEON REPORT CARDS TO ADDRESS RACIAL DISPARITIES
Jennifer H Fieber, MD (University of Pennsylvania)

 

ASE Concurrent Orals 2A - Career / Specialty Choice / Wellness
Wednesday, May 2, 2018 | 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

(C2A - 01) LENGTH OF THE CORE SURGICAL CLERKSHIP – DOES IT IMPACT ON STUDENTS SELECTING A SURGICAL RESIDENCY?
Alex J Xu (New York University School of Medicine)

(C2A - 02) RURAL SURGEONS’ PERSPECTIVES ON NECESSITY OF POST-RESIDENCY TRAINING LARGELY DO NOT DIFFER ACROSS GENERATIONS AND TIME IN PRACTICE
Dorothy Hughes, MHSA (University of Kansas School of Medicine)

(C2A - 03) EFFECTS OF MEDICAL STUDENT CLINICAL EXPERIENCE ON PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES AND CAREER CHOICES
Michelle Honda (Tulane University School Of Medicine)

(C2A - 04) BURNOUT AND OTHER ISSUES: HOW GENERAL SURGEONS TRANSITION TO INDEPENDENT SURGICAL PRACTICE
Caitlin Chrystoja (University of Toronto)

(C2A - 05) AWAY SUB-INTERNSHIPS: GATEWAY TO SURGICAL MATCH OR NOT?
Monica M Llado-Farrulla, MD (Tulane University School of Medicine)

(C2A - 06) WORK-LIFE IMBALANCE: EATING HABITS AND LIFESTYLE BARRIERS IN GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENTS
Jennifer Yu, MD (Washington University School of Medicine)

(C2A - 07) THIRD-YEAR SURGICAL CLERKSHIP HAS MINIMAL INFLUENCE ON MEDICAL STUDENT SPECIALTY SELECTION
Alessandra Landmann, MD (University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center)

(C2A - 08) MEDICAL STUDENTS’ MOTIVATIONS AND PERCEPTIONS PRIOR TO THEIR SURGERY CLERKSHIP
Sophia McKinley, MD, EdM (Massachusetts General Hospital)

(C2A - 09) INTEGRATED THORACIC RESIDENTS: PART OF THE FAMILY OR THE UGLY DUCKLING?
Rishindra M Reddy (Michigan Medicine, Department of Surgery)

(C2A - 10) MILLENNIAL MEDICAL STUDENTS EXPECT SURGICAL AND MEDICAL RESIDENTS TO VIOLATE WORK HOUR RESTRICTIONS
Natalie A O'Neill, MD (University of Maryland School of Medicine)

(C2A - 11) INVESTING IN OUR FUTURE: ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS AND IMPACT OF A FORMAL MULTIFACETED WELL-BEING PROGRAM FOR SURGICAL RESIDENTS
Wendy Qiu, BS (Stanford School of Medicine)

(C2A - 12) SURGICAL EXPLORATION AND DISCOVERY PROGRAM: EARLY EXPOSURE TO SURGICAL SUBSPECIALTIES AND ITS INFLUENCE ON STUDENT PERCEPTIONS OF A SURGICAL CAREER
Maria Doubova, BS (University of Ottawa)

 

ASE Concurrent Orals 2B - Technical Skills / Simulation
Wednesday, May 2, 2018 | 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

(C2B - 01) FEASIBILITY OF REAL-TIME MEASUREMENT OF TECHNICAL SKILLS IN FLEXIBLE ENDOSCOPY USING A SMART PHONE APPLICATION
David A Edelman, MD, MSHPEd, FACS (Wayne State University School of Medicine)

(C2B - 02) SURGEONS SEE ANATOMIC STRUCTURES FASTER AND MORE ACCURATELY IN THE OPERATING ROOM COMPARED TO NOVICES: DEVELOPMENT OF A PATTERN RECOGNITION SKILL ASSESSMENT PLATFORM
Tomoko Mizota, MD (Department of Surgery, Indiana University School of Medicine)

(C2B - 03) COMPETENCY-BASED SKILLS ASSESSMENT IN GRADUATING MEDICAL STUDENTS: A MASTERY LEARNING MODULE FOR STERILE TECHNIQUE
Allison A Blumenfeld, BS (University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health)

(C2B - 04) DO SUMMATIVE AND FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS TELL THE SAME STORY? COMPARING RESIDENT PERFORMANCE IN A SURGICAL FOUNDATIONS BOOT CAMP.
N Wagner, BSc (McMaster University)

(C2B - 05) SURGEON'S EXPERTISE DURING DIFFICULT LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY: AN EXPERT-NOVICE COMPARISON USING THINK ALOUD METHOD
Iman Ghaderi, MD, MSc (University of Arizona)

(C2B - 06) THE COST OF A “LEAN START-UP” ROBOTIC TRANSABDOMINAL PRE-PERITONEAL INGUINAL HERNIA REPAIR IN A SURGICAL TRAINING PROGRAM.
Thomas Gillespie, MD (St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center)

(C2B - 07) ADVANCED LAPAROSCOPIC SKILLS: UNDERSTANDING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SIMULATION-BASED PRACTICE AND CLINICAL PERFORMANCE.
Dmitry Nepomnayshy, MD (Lahey Hospital)

(C2B - 08) AN EFFECTIVE MULTI-MODALITY MODEL FOR SINGLE-SESSION CRICOTHYROIDOTOMY TRAINING FOR TRAINEES
Charity Glass, MD (Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center)

(C2B - 09) PEERS VERSUS PROS: FEEDBACK USING STANDARDS IN SIMULATOR TRAINING
Wouter IJgosse, MD (Radboud University Medical Center)

(C2B - 10) A SINGLE CADAVER SIMULATION LABORATORY SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVES RESIDENT COMFORT WITH INTRAVASCULAR SHUNT PLACEMENT IN TRAUMA
J A Savarese, MD (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences)

(C2B - 11) EFFICACY OF SELF-DIRECTED SURGICAL SKILLS TRAINING IN TEACHING BASIC SUTURING AND LAPAROSCOPIC SKILLS TO MEDICAL STUDENTS
Kaitlin A Ritter, MD (Cleveland Clinic)

(C2B - 12) MEDICAL SCHOOL BOOT CAMPS AND SUTURING SKILLS: IS THERE A BENEFIT?
Robert McMillan, MD (Medical College of Wisconsin)

 

ASE Podium Session 2 - Med Student / Assessment
Wednesday, May 2, 2018 | 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

(PS2 - 01) USING TAASE TO CHARACTERIZE CONSTRUCTIVE AND REINFORCING OPERATIVE FEEDBACK FROM FACULTY: THERE’S ALWAYS ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT
Emily S Huang, MD, MAEd (University of Chicago)

(PS2 - 02) SURGICAL PROCEDURAL MAP SCORING FOR LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY
Daniel A Hashimoto, MD, MS (Massachusetts General Hospital)

(PS2 - 03) MIDTERM OSCE PREDICTS STUDENT PERFORMANCE ON NBME SHELF EXAMINATION AND CLINICAL PERFORMANCE
David D Odell, MD, MMSc (Northwestern University)

(PS2 - 04) LOOKS CAN BE DECEIVING: GAZE PATTERN DIFFERENCES BETWEEN NOVICES AND EXPERTS DURING PLACEMENT OF CENTRAL LINES
Cheyenne C Sonntag, MD (Penn State Hershey Medical Center)

(PS2 - 05) MULTI-CENTER, PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY EVALUATING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A MEDICAL STUDENT HANDOFF CURRICULUM DURING THE SURGERY CLERKSHIP
Rebecca L Hoffman, MD, MSCE (University of Pennsylvania)

(PS2 - 06) ACS/ASE MEDICAL STUDENT SIMULATION-BASED SURGICAL SKILLS CURRICULUM: ALIGNMENT WITH ENTRUSTABLE PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Susan Steinemann, MD (University of Hawaii)

(PS2 - 07) THE SIGNIFICANT IMPACT OF A DEDICATED TEAM-BASED LEARNING CURRICULUM ON A SURGERY CLERKSHIP AND STANDARDIZED NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS
Leander Grimm, MD, FACS, FASCRS (University of South Alabama)

(PS2 - 08) A PROFICIENCY-BASED SURGICAL BOOT CAMP MAY NOT PROVIDE TRAINEES WITH A DURABLE FOUNDATION IN FUNDAMENTAL SURGICAL SKILLS
Joshua J Weis, MD (University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas)

 

ASE Thinking Out Of The Box Session
Wednesday, May 2, 2018 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

(TOTB-01) BUILDING RESILIENCY IN MEDICAL STUDENTS DURING CORE SURGICAL CLERKSHIP
Britta Han, BA, MSEd (University of Michigan Medical School)

(TOTB-02) AUTOMATED COACHING USING EXPERT INSIGHTS FOR SURGICAL SKILLS TRAINING
Anand Malpani, PhD (Johns Hopkins University)

(TOTB-03) ADVOCACY AND POLICY TRAINING PROGRAM FOR RESIDENTS AND MEDICAL STUDENTS
Michael Robert Poulson, MD (Boston University Medical Center)

(TOTB-04) 3D PRINTING FOR AFFORDABLE LAPAROSCOPIC TRAINING
Jan-Maarten Luursema, PhD (Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, the Netherlands)

(TOTB-05) THE (RE)EDUCATION OF THE EDUCATORS: TEACHING ANATOMY
Jay Crutchfield, MD FACS (School of Osteopathic Medicine (Arizona) of AT Still University)

(TOTB-06) IMPROVING NUTRITION IN PERIOPERATIVE PATIENTS
Ryan Macht, MD, MS (Boston Medical Center)

(TOTB-07) ETHICS IN THE SURGICAL CLERKSHIP; AN EXERCISE IN MANAGING BIAS IN THE CARE OF SURGICAL PATIENTS
Natasha Keric, MD (Banner University Medical Center-Phoenix)

(TOTB-08) ONLY ONE WAY OUT: THE USE OF ESCAPE ROOM GAMES AS AN INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION TOOL FOR RESIDENTS
Alessandra Landmann, MD (University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center)

(TOTB-09) A USE OF THINK ALOUD METHOD TO ASSESS COMPETENCY
Iman Ghaderi, MD, MSc (University of Arizona)

(TOTB-10) WHAT IS “FIT”-NESS: DEVELOPMENT OF CORE COMPETENCY BASED INTERVIEW TECHNIQUES FOR GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENCY APPLICANTS
Lillian M Erdahl, MD (University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics)

 

ASE 45-Minute Workshops
Wednesday, May 2, 2018 | 1:10 PM - 1:55 PM

(WS41 - 01) FROM EARTH TO MARS AND BACK: QI TOOL FOR M&M CONFERENCE
Vihas Patel, MD, FACS (LIJMC-Northwell Health)

(WS41 - 02) DEVELOPING AN EPA-ALIGNED SURGICAL SUBINTERNSHIP CURRICULUM: TRAINING FUTURE SURGEONS TODAY
Edmund W Lee, MD (Stanford University)

(WS41 - 03) CURRICULAR RESOURCES FOR SURGICAL EDUCATION: WHAT IS OUT THERE?
Joseph Iocono, MD (University of Kentucky School of Medicine)
Committee on Clerkship Directors

(WS41 - 04) IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ACS/ASE MEDICAL STUDENT CORE CURRICULUM
Marc deMoya (Medical College of Wisconsin)
Committee on Curriculum & The Committee on Assessment and Evaluation

(WS41 - 05) LAUNCHING A RESIDENT AS TEACHER PROGRAM FOR SURGICAL RESIDENTS
Luise I Pernar, MD (Boston Medical Center)

(WS41 - 06) USING MEDEDPORTAL AS A RESOURCE FOR CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
Michael Hulme, PhD (Wake Forest School of Medicine)
Committee on Curriculum

 

ASE 90-Minute Workshops
Wednesday, May 2, 2018 | 1:10 PM - 2:40 PM

(WS9 - 01) THE ALPHABET SOUP OF EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT: ENTRUSTABLE PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (EPA) 101
Brenessa Lindeman, MD, MEHP (University of Alabama at Birmingham)
Committee on Assessment and Evaluation

(WS9 - 02) COMBATING MISTREATMENT: UNDERSTANDING UNDERLYING MECHANISMS OF MISTREATMENT AND DESIGNING FOCUSED INTERVENTIONS
Brittany Hasty (Stanford University)

(WS9 - 03) INTRODUCTION TO BALINT GROUPS: A METHOD FOR INCREASING EMPATHY AND RESILIENCE WHILE REDUCING BURNOUT AMONG SURGICAL RESIDENTS
Katherine Fischkoff, MD (Columbia University Medical Center)

(WS9 - 04) IT’S ALL ABOUT ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTION: AN INTERMEDIATE LEVEL RESEARCH METHODS WORKSHOP CONDUCTED BY MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEES ON EDUCATION RESEARCH AND FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
Sarah Sullivan, PhD (University of Wisconsin)
Committee on Educational Research & The Committee on Faculty Development

(WS9 - 05) GIVING VERBAL FEEDBACK (AND HOW TO RECEIVE THE RESPONSES)
Megan E Miller, MD (Case Western Reserve University Cleveland Medical Center)
Committee on Graduate Surgical Education, The Committee on Faculty Development, The Committee on Assessment and Evaluation & The Committee on Simulation

(WS9 - 06) IMPLICIT BIAS IN SURGICAL TRAINING: RAISING AWARENESS IN OUR COMMUNITY
Judith French, PhD (Cleveland Clinic)

(WS9 - 07) THE BIONIC TALK 2049: TECHNOLOGY FOR MORE EFFECTIVE DIDACTIC PRESENTATIONS
Jaisa Olasky, MD (Harvard Medical School)
Committee on Education Technology

(WS9 - 08) TEACH RESIDENTS TO MAKE THEIR AVERAGE PERFORMANCE EXCELLENT: OPTIMIZING TRAINEES’ PERFORMANCE THROUGH MENTAL SKILLS TRAINING
Dimitrios Stefanidis (Indiana University School of Medicine)

 

ASE 45-Minute Workshops
Wednesday, May 2, 2018 | 2:10 PM - 2:55 PM

(WS42 - 01) WHY DIDN'T YOU TELL US? DEVELOPING A FEED-FORWARD LETTER TO BRIDGE UME TO GME TRANSITION
Jeremy M Lipman, MD (Cleveland Clinic)
Committee on Assessment and Evaluation

(WS42 - 02) WHAT CONSTITUTES A WELL-BEING CURRICULUM IN A SURGICAL TRAINING PROGRAM?
Halle Ellison, MD (ASE Graduate Surgical Education Committee)
Committee on Graduate Surgical Education

(WS42 - 03) INTEGRATING ONLINE RESOURCES INTO A MEDICAL STUDENT CURRICULUM
Michael Hulme, PhD (Wake Forest School of Medicine)
Committee on Curriculum

(WS42 - 04) CAREER PATHS AND MENTORING FOR PROFESSIONAL EDUCATORS IN SURGICAL EDUCATION: A WORKSHOP PRESENTED BY THE COMMITTEES ON EDUCATION RESEARCH, ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION AND FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
Michael J Kim, MD, MA (University of Toronto)
Committee on Educational Research, The Committee on Assessment and Evaluation, & The Committee on Faculty Development

(WS42 - 05) DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SKILLS CURRICULA FOR SURGICAL RESIDENTS: A PRACTICAL, EVIDENCE-BASED APPROACH TO IMPLEMENTATION AND EVALUATION
Nick Sevdalis, PhD (King's College London)

(WS42 - 06) DEFINITION OF ROLE OF VICE CHAIRS FOR EDUCATION IN SURGICAL DEPARTMENTS ASE GRADUATE SURGICAL EDUCATION COMMITTEE
Mohsen Shabahang, MD (Geisinger Health System)
Committee on Graduate Surgical Education

 

ASE Concurrent Orals 3 - Communication / Teamwork
Wednesday, May 2, 2018 | 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

(C3 - 01) GREATER FACULTY-RESIDENT FAMILIARITY IMPROVES INTRAOPERATIVE ENTRUSTMENT
Gurjit Sandhu, PhD (University of Michigan)

(C3 - 02) PERIOPERATIVE EDUCATION IN AN ACADEMIC TRAINING INSTITUTION: WHERE DO WE STAND?
Heather A Lillemoe, MD (Vanderbilt University Medical Center)

(C3 - 03) ASSESSMENT OF TRAUMA TEAM COMMUNICATION USING AUTOMATED DISCOURSE CODING AND EPISTEMIC NETWORK ANALYSIS
Hee Soo Jung, MD (University of Wisconsin)

(C3 - 04) SURGICAL INFORMED CONSENT PERCEPTIONS IN SUDAN: POTENTIAL FOR IMPROVEMENT THROUGH TRAINING AND EDUCATION
Natasha Abadilla, BA (Stanford School of Medicine)

(C3 - 05) THE SURGICAL RESIDENT AS TEACHER - A REVIEW OF PUBLISHED CURRICULA
Alaina Geary, MD (Boston Medical Center)

(C3 - 06) IN-SITU SIMULATION FOR INTRAOPERATIVE FIRES: AN APPROACH TO ENGAGE INTERPROFESSIONAL TEAMWORK
Cynthia L Leaphart, MD (University of Florida College of Medicine Jacksonville)

(C3 - 07) ENTRUSTING INTERNS WITH THE PATIENT HANDOVER: HOW HELPFUL IS SIMULATED PERFORMANCE EVALUATION?
Ayalivis De La Rosa (Georgetown University Medical Center)

(C3 - 08) MASS CASUALTY PREPAREDNESS EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENCIES
Melissa Linskey Dougherty, MD (Penn State College of Medicine)

 

ASE Podium Session 3 - Faculty / Resident / EPA
Wednesday, May 2, 2018 | 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

(PS3 - 01) A DISCONNECT BETWEEN EXAMINEE AND EXAMINER PERCEPTIONS OF ORAL EXAMINATIONS
Susanna M Nazarian, MD, PhD (University of Pennsylvania)

(PS3 - 02) AN EPA-ALIGNED, MASTERY LEARNING SCRUB TRAINING CURRICULUM SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASES MEDICAL STUDENT KNOWLEDGE AND CONFIDENCE IN OPERATING ROOM STERILE TECHNIQUE
Brittany Hasty, MD (Stanford University)

(PS3 - 03) WHAT DO YOU WANT TO KNOW? HOW SURGICAL EXPERIENCE PREDICTS THE TYPES OF QUESTIONS ASKED IN A DIDACTIC CME COURSE
Martha Godfrey, MD (University of Wisconsin)

(PS3 - 04) STRESS MANAGEMENT TRAINING FOR SURGICAL RESIDENTS IMPROVES TECHNICAL PERFORMANCE IN A HIGH-STRESS SIMULATION
Michael Mazzei, MD (Temple University Hospital, Department of Surgery, Philadelphia, PA)

(PS3 - 05) COMPARISON OF FACULTY VERSUS STRUCTURED PEER FEEDBACK FOR ACQUISITION OF BASIC AND INTERMEDIATE-LEVEL SURGICAL SKILLS.
Guy Sheahan, MBBS (Queen's University)

 

ASE Concurrent Orals 4 - Assessment / Entrustment / Program Evaluation
Thursday, May 3, 2018 | 9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

(C4 - 07) STRUCTURED PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT: A GUIDE TO IMPROVING CONFIDENCE IN PREPARATION FOR THE AMERICAN BOARD OF SURGERY ORAL EXAMINATION
Marcie Feinman, MD, MEHP (Sinai Hospital of Baltimore)

(C4 - 05) RESIDENT EVALUATION OF THIRD-YEAR MEDICAL STUDENTS CLOSELY RESEMBLES PERFORMANCE ON STANDARDIZED EXAM: AN ASSESSMENT OF PERFORMANCE DURING THE SURGERY CLERKSHIP
Alessandra Landmann, MD (University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center)

(C4 - 01) IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPETENCY-BASED ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK IN ORTHOPEDICS
Portia Kalun, MSc (McMaster University)

(C4 - 02) ACGME CASE LOG LINK IMPROVES OPERATIVE ASSESSMENT COMPLIANCE AND TIMELINESS
Damon S Cooney, MD, PhD (Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine)

(C4 - 03) CASE LOGGING HABITS AMONGST GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENTS ARE DISCORDANT AND INCONSISTENT
Brittany Bankhead-Kendall, MD, MS (University of Texas at Austin)

(C4 - 04) INSIGHTS FROM THE NORTH: IMPLEMENTATION, STRUCTURE, AND FUNCTION OF COMPETENCE COMMITTEES IN CANADIAN SURGICAL TRAINING
Anita Acai, MSc (McMaster University)

(C4 - 06) RESTRUCTURING EDUCATION USING SCORE© IN EARLY TRAINING: (RESET): IMPLICATIONS FOR DEVELOPING A STANDARDIZED SURGICAL CURRICULUM IN UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION
Valerie P Bauer, MD, Clerkship Director (Texas Tech University Health Sciences School of Medicine- Permian Basin)

(C4 - 08) CREATION OF OPERATIVE REPORTS BY SURGICAL TRAINEES: A NEEDS ASSESSMENT INCORPORATING A NATIONAL SURVEY OF GENERAL SURGERY PROGRAM DIRECTORS
Benjamin D Ferguson, MD, PhD (Department of Surgery, University of Chicago)

(C4 - 09) BEST STUDY STRATEGY FOR NBME CLINICAL SCIENCE SURGERY EXAM
Angela Volk, MD (Tulane University School of Medicine)

(C4 - 11) CHARACTERIZATION OF SURGICAL EDUCATION IN ZAMBIA USING A NEWLY DEVELOPED SURGICAL EDUCATION CAPACITY TOOL
David E Wang, BS (New York University)

(C4 - 12) ORAL EXAMS IN SURGICAL CLERKSHIP: HIGH LEARNER SATISFACTION DESPITE LOW PERFORMANCE- WHAT ARE THE STUDENTS SAYING?
C Neal Ellis, MD, Chairman Program Director (Texas Tech University Health Sciences School of Medicine- Permian Basin)

 

ASE Podium Session 4 - Resident / EPA / Autonomy
Thursday, May 3, 2018 | 9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

(PS4 - 01) A 15-YEAR RESIDENCY PROGRAM REPORT CARD: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE CRèME OF THE CROP AND THE BOTTOM OF THE BARREL ON THE AMERICAN BOARD OF SURGERY EXAMINATIONS
John L Falcone, MD, MS, FACS (1: Owensboro Health Surgical Specialists, Owensboro KY 2: University of Louisville, Department of Surgery, Louisville, KY)

(PS4 - 02) WHAT DO QUANTITATIVE RATINGS AND QUALITATIVE COMMENTS TELL US ABOUT GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENTS’ PROGRESS TOWARD INDEPENDENT PRACTICE? EVIDENCE FROM A 5-YEAR LONGITUDINAL COHORT
Ara Tekian, PhD, MHPE (University of Illinois at Chicago)

(PS4 - 03) RESIDENT AUTONOMY IN THE OPERATING ROOM: DOES GENDER MATTER?
Heather E Hoops, MD (Oregon Health & Sciences University)

(PS4 - 04) IMPROVING ABSITE SCORES – A META-ANALYSIS OF REPORTED REMEDIATION MODELS
Tracy Cheun, MD (University of Texas Health Sciences Center, San Antonio, Texas)

(PS4 - 05) EVOLUTION OF A PREPARATION FOR SURGERY RESIDENCY COURSE: 10 YEAR EXPERIENCE AND TRANSITION TO THE "ACS/APDS/ASE RESIDENT PREP CURRICULUM"
Alan Dackiw (UT Southwestern)

(PS4 - 06) SCREENING FOR HARRASSMENT, ABUSE, AND DISCRIMINATION AMONG SURGERY RESIDENTS: AN EAST MULTICENTER TRIAL
Caitlin A Fitzgerald, MD (Emory University School of Medicine)

(PS4 - 07) SHAMING AND BURNOUT IN US GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENTS
Patrick K McGillen, MS (Boston University School of Medicine)

(PS4 - 08) RESIDENT PERCEPTIONS AND EVALUATIONS OF FELLOW-LED AND RESIDENT-LED SURGICAL SERVICES
Britta Han, BS (University of Michigan Health System)