Annual Meeting 2019 Presentations

 

ASE Thinking Out Of The Box Videos
On Rotation from Thursday, April 25, 2019 -Saturday, April 27, 2019

(TOTBV-01) A NEW REVOLUTIONARY TRAINING AID FOR POWER SOURCE USAGE IN SURGICAL TRAINING
Tomonori Hada, Dr (McGill University)

(TOTBV-02) TUBES, WOUNDS, AND DRAINS: A SIMULATION BASED CURRICULUM FOR THE MEDICAL STUDENT SURGICAL CLERKSHIP
Colleen Flanagan (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, College of Medicine/Department of Surgery)

(TOTBV-03) SIMULATION DEVICE TO INSTRUCT, ASSESS AND PROVIDE FEEDBACK ON ABDOMINAL WALL MYOFASCIAL CLOSURE TECHNIQUES
Beatrice Caballero (Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center)

(TOTBV-04) ORIENTATION TO THE OPERATING ROOM: A VIRTUAL CURRICULUM FOR STUDENTS TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE INTRODUCTION AND INCREASE LEARNER COMFORT ACROSS MULTIPLE TRAINING SITES
Caitlyn Waldrop, MS3 (Indiana University School of Medicine)

(TOTBV-05) USING REPURPOSED MATERIALS TO CREATE AFFORDABLE BLEEDING CONTROL (BCON) MODEL LIMBS FOR SKILLS TRAINING IN LOW RESOURCE ENVIRONS
Brad Chernock, PA-C (Rutgers - New Jersey Medical School)

(TOTBV-06) CREATION OF LOW COST ENDOSCOPIC SKILLS MODEL FOR FUNDAMENTALS OF ENDOSCOPIC SURGERY TESTING
Kaitlin A Ritter, MD (Cleveland Clinic Foundation)

(TOTBV-07) HIJAB IN THE OPERATING ROOM
Deena Kishawi, BS (Stritch School of Medicine - Loyola University Chicago)

(TOTBV-08) ROBOTIC SIMULATION USING PATIENT SPECIFIC 3D PRINTED HYDROGEL MODELS OF LIVING DONOR TRANSPLANT NEPHRECTOMY FOR SURGICAL TRAINEES
Ankit Patel, MD (University of Rochester)

 

ASE Plenary Session 1
Thursday, April 25, 2019 | 12:10 PM - 1:45 PM

(Plenary1-01) CAN DISCOURSE ANALYSIS PREDICT SURGICAL OUTCOMES? EVALUATING HOW WE TALK IN THE OPERATING ROOM AND WHAT IT MEANS.
Andrew Ruis (University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin Center for Education Research)

(Plenary1-02) DESIGN, IMPLEMENTATION AND LONG TERM FOLLOW-UP OF A CONTEXT SPECIFIC TRAUMA TRAINING COURSE IN UGANDA: LESSONS LEARNED AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
Sarah Ullrich, MD (Yale University Department of Surgery)

(Plenary1-03) EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING AND REFLECTION AS A MEANS TO ENGAGE MEDICAL STUDENTS IN INTERPROFESSIONAL COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE
Erik DeAngelis, MD (George Washington University Dept of Surgery)

(Plenary1-04) RESIDENT TRAINING EXPERIENCE WITH ROBOTIC ASSISTED TRANSABDOMINAL PREPERITONEAL INGUINAL HERNIA REPAIR
Peter Ebeling, MD (University of Texas Health Science Center-San Antonio)

(Plenary1-05) USE OF ERROR MANAGEMENT THEORY TO QUANTIFY AND CHARACTERIZE RESIDENTS’ ERROR RECOVERY STRATEGIES
Carla M Pugh, MD, PhD (Stanford University)

(Plenary1-06) A COMPREHENSIVE NATIONAL SURVEY ON THOUGHTS OF ATTRITION, ALTERNATIVE CAREER PATHS, AND REASONS FOR STAYING IN GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENCY
Ryan J Ellis, MD, MS (Surgical Outcomes and Quality Improvement Center, Department of Surgery, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL)

 

ASE Podium Session 1 - Curriculum Development
Thursday, April 25, 2019 | 3:15 PM - 5:00 PM

(PS1-01) OUTCOMES AND INFLUENCES OF RURAL-FOCUSED INTEGRATED CLERKSHIP PROGRAMS IN GENERAL SURGERY
Steven J Skube, MD (University of Minnesota)

(PS1-02) ASSESSMENT OF EDUCATIONAL NEEDS FOR RECTAL CANCER MRI AMONG SURGICAL TRAINEES ENTERING COMPLEX GENERAL SURGICAL ONCOLOGY FELLOWSHIP
Brian Bednarski, MD (University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center)

(PS1-03) CLINICAL IMPACT OF CRITICAL CARE SUMMER SCHOOL ON JUNIOR RESIDENT CONFIDENCE IN THE SURGICAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT
Ryan Howard, MD (University of Michigan)

(PS1-04) DELAYED ACQUISITION OF THE NIH K08 MENTORED CAREER DEVELOPMENT AWARD: ARE SURGEONS BEHIND THE SCIENTIFIC EIGHT BALL?
Brian Hosfield, MD (Indiana University)

(PS1-05) BEST PRACTICE GUIDELINES FOR ESTABLISHING AN INTERNATIONAL ORTHOPAEDIC ACADEMIC PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN NORTH AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS AND PARTNERS IN LOW- AND MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES
Patrick Albright (University of California-San Francisco)

(PS1-06) “IT’S LIKE LEARNING BY THE SEAT OF YOUR PANTS”: SURGEONS LACK FORMAL TRAINING IN OPIOID PRESCRIBING
Nagehan Ayakta, BA (Stanford University School of Medicine)

(PS1-07) PREPAREDNESS FOR THE OPERATING ROOM: EVALUATING THE UTILITY OF AN INTERACTIVE RESOURCE
Kerry A Swanson, BS (OU School of Community Medicine)

(PS1-08) SURGICAL INSTRUMENT STANDARDIZATION – A PILOT COST CONSCIOUSNESS CURRICULUM FOR SURGERY RESIDENTS.
Kevin Y Pei (Texas Tech University Health Sciences)

(PS1-09) PILOT IMPLEMENTATION AND EVALUATION OF A NATIONAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT TAUGHT CURRICULUM FOR UROLOGY RESIDENTS: LESSONS FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
Nick Sevdalis (King's College London)

(PS1-10) SURGEONS UNDERESTIMATE THE IMPORTANCE OF SURGICAL TOPICS FOR NON-SURGEONS: RESULTS OF A NATIONAL SURVEY
Luke V Selby, MD, MS (University of Colorado)

 

ASE Podium Session 2 - Medical Student Training
Thursday, April 25, 2019 | 3:15 PM - 5:00 PM

(PS2-01) A MULTI-INSTITUTIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF A SUBINTERNSHIP CURRICULUM: SAFE EDUCATION IN A HIGH-STAKES AUDITION SETTING
Edmund W Lee, MD (Stanford University)

(PS2-02) A PROSPECTIVE, RANDOMIZED COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS TRIAL OF TWO METHODS OF MIDTERM STUDENT PERFORMANCE FEEDBACK ON THE SURGICAL CLERKSHIP
David D Odell, MD, MMSc (Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine)

(PS2-03) STOP THE BLEED: SKILLS ALL INCOMING MEDICAL STUDENTS SHOULD LEARN
Brienne C Lubor, BS (Weill Cornell Medical College)

(PS2-04) OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENTS OF MEDICAL STUDENTS’ COMMUNICATION AND RELATIONSHIPS WITH NON-TECHNICAL SKILLS
Yuhao Peng (Purdue University)

(PS2-05) CONFIDENT, NOT COMPETENT: LARGE SCALE IMPLEMENTATION OF ACS-ASE SURGICAL SKILLS CURRICULUM
Jennifer Calzada, MA, MPH (Tulane University School of Medicine)

(PS2-06) HARNESSING TECHNOLOGY: A WEB-BASED TOOL IMPROVES PROFICIENCY IN KNOT-TYING AND SUTURING SKILLS AMONG FOURTH YEAR MEDICAL STUDENTS ENTERING SURGICAL RESIDENCY
Kortney A Robinson, MD (Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center)

(PS2-07) A COMPREHENSIVE MASS CASUALTY INCIDENT (MCI) CURRICULUM FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS COMBINING DIDACTICS, BLEEDING CONTROL SKILLS AND SIMULATION.
Devashish J Anjaria, MD (Rutgers - New Jersey Medical School)

(PS2-08) INTEGRATING ADVOCACY TRAINING INTO THE THIRD YEAR SURGICAL CLERKSHIP
Kris Boelitz (Boston University School of Medicine)

(PS2-09) SERVICE THROUGH SURGERY: THE IMPACT OF A SEMINAR COURSE ON MENTORSHIP AND STUDENT ATTITUDES ABOUT SURGERY, DIVERSITY, AND CARE FOR THE UNDERSERVED
Anna L Carroll, BA (Stanford University School of Medicine)

(PS2-10) SURGERY SERVICE LEARNING MODEL PROVIDES VALUABLE MEDICAL STUDENT TRAINING AND IMPROVES PATIENT OUTCOMES AND SATISFACTION
Su Yeon Lee, BSc (Boston University School of Medicine)

 

ASE Podium Session 3 - Teaching Methods
Thursday, April 25, 2019 | 3:15 PM - 5:00 PM

(PS3-01) OPTIMIZING LEARNER ENGAGEMENT DURING MENTAL SKILLS TRAINING: SMALL GROUP VS. INDIVIDUALIZED TRAINING
Nicholas E Anton, MS (Indiana University School of Medicine)

(PS3-02) CAVEAT EMPTOR? A FRAMEWORK TO CONSIDER VALUE-BASED EDUCATION
Carl Gustaf S Axelsson, MD, MPhil, MMSc (Department of Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School)

(PS3-03) CHARACTERIZING TEAMWORK IN THE PERIOPERATIVE ENVIRONMENT: A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF INTERPROFESSIONAL PERSPECTIVES
James Lau, MD, MHPE, FACS (Stanford University)

(PS3-04) THE INFLUENCE OF ESTABLISHING LEARNING GOALS IN THE OPERATING ROOM
Tawni M Johnston (The University of Utah School of Medicine)

(PS3-05) IN-SITU OR BASED TEAMSTEPPS TRAINING LEADS TO AN IMPROVEMENT IN NON-TECHNICAL SKILLS DESPITE A VARIABLE INCREASE IN CONFIDENCE AMONG DIFFERENT PERIOPERATIVE TEAMS
D F Sigmon, MD (University of Pennsylvania)

(PS3-06) HOW DOES WORK CONTEXT INFLUENCE HELPING BEHAVIOURS IN INTERDISCIPLINARY SURGICAL TEAMS? A MULTIDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVE.
Erin Kennedy, RNEC, PHCNP, PhDc (The University of Western Ontario)

(PS3-07) IMPLEMENTATION OF INTRA-OPERATIVE INSTRUCTIONAL TIMEOUT IMPROVES PROFICIENCY IN SURGICAL STAPLER USAGE BY SURGICAL RESIDENTS
Allan Stolarski, MD (Boston Medical Center)

(PS3-08) PERCEPTUAL EXPERTISE IN ROBOTIC SURGERY: MORE THAN FEELING WHAT WE SEE
Courtney A Green, MD, MAEd (University of California San Francisco)

(PS3-09) CHIEF ACADEMY: FORMALIZED LEADERSHIP CURRICULUM FOR SENIOR SURGICAL RESIDENTS
Natalie A O'Neill, MD (University of Maryland)

(PS3-10) LEARNING ON THE SURGICAL POST-TAKE WARD ROUND: A MISSED INFORMAL EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY
Adarsh P Shah, MBBS, BSc, MRCS, MEd (Imperial College London)

 

ASE Poster Session 1 - Assessment & Surgical Education
Thursday, April 25, 2019 | 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM

(Poster1-01) ERGONOMICS DRIVEN TRAINING: CAN WEARABLE SENSORS GUIDE ROBOTIC SKILLS TRAINING?
Denny Yu, PhD (Purdue University)

(Poster1-02) COMPARISON BETWEEN SURGICAL AND NON-SURGICAL HOUSESTAFF ON INCIDENTS OF MISTREATMENT
Jennifer Choi, MD, FACS (Indiana University School of Medicine)

(Poster1-03) THE EFFECT OF IMPLEMENTING AN INTEGRATED MEDICAL SCHOOL CURRICULUM ON STUDENT SURGERY SHELF PERFORMANCE
Jessica S Magarinos (SUNY Downstate College of Medicine)

(Poster1-04) PREVENTING BURNOUT IN SURGICAL RESIDENTS: WHERE DO WE INTERVENE?
James Rucinski, MD, FACS, FACEP (New York Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital)

(Poster1-05) EVALUATION OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE SURGERY OF TRAUMA (AAST) SEVERITY GRADING SYSTEM FOR COMMON EMERGENCY GENERAL SURGERY (EGS) CONDITIONS - A PILOT STUDY OF STANDARDIZED DATA COLLECTION PROCESSES
Kovi E Bessoff, MD, PhD (Stanford University School of Medicine, Department of Surgery, Division of General Surgery)

(Poster1-06) THE SURGERY CLERKSHIP:A LONGITUDINAL SURVEY OF NORTH AMERICAN CLERKSHIP DIRECTORS
Andy Williams (Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University)

(Poster1-07) USING MOBILE DEVICES FOR INTRAOPERATIVE PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT
Karan Grover, MD, PharmD (Columbia University Medical Center)

(Poster1-08) REALIZING THE FORMATIVE POTENTIAL OF A SURGICAL EDUCATION EXAMINATION: MOVING BEYOND TEST ADMINISTRATION
Maryam Wagner, PhD (McGill University)

(Poster1-09) DETERMINING THE ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF VICE CHAIRS OF EDUCATION IN SURGERY
Dimitrios Stefanidis, MD, PhD (Indiana University School of Medicine)

(Poster1-10) SITUATIONAL AWARENESS IN THE OPERATING ROOM: SURGICAL ADAPTATION OF THE SITUATION AWARENESS RATING TECHNIQUE (S-SART) AS AN ASSESSMENT TOOL FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS
Jie Jane Chen, BA (Harvard Medical School)

 

ASE Poster Session 2 - Curriculum Development
Thursday, April 25, 2019 | 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM

(Poster2-01) "BEDSIDE ANATOMY": CASE-BASED EDUCATION IN THE PRE-CLINICAL ANATOMY CURRICULUM AS A TOOL TO CONTEXTUALIZE LEARNING AND INTRODUCE SURGICAL CAREERS
Julia R Coleman, MD, MPH (University of Colorado)

(Poster2-02) EVALUATION OF A RESIDENT-AS-TEACHER PROGRAM FOR GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENTS
Alaina D Geary, MD (Boston Medical Center)

(Poster2-03) COGNITIVE APPRENTICESHIP: MAKING BLIND STEPS “VISIBLE”
Eliza B Littleton, PhD (University of Pittsburgh)

(Poster2-04) A PROFICIENCY-BASED CLINICAL LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY CURRICULUM FOR RESIDENTS LEADS TO BETTER PERFORMANCE COMPARED WITH TRADITIONAL TRAINING
John R Martin, MD (Indiana University School of Medicine)

(Poster2-05) TIME OUT FROM TRAINING AFFECTS SURGEONS’ APPROACH TO LEARNING MATERIALS: SUB-ANALYSIS OF A NEEDS ASSESSMENT
Janice A Taylor, MD, MEd (University of Florida)

(Poster2-06) “RESIDENTS AS TEACHERS” IMPROVES KNOWLEDGE, CONFIDENCE, AND FEEDBACK SKILLS
Mark J Anderson, MD (Case Western / University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center)

(Poster2-07) EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS OF AN ACUTE CARE SURGERY ROTATION DURING THE MEDICAL STUDENT SURGICAL CLERKSHIP
Audrey L Chai, BA (Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California)

(Poster2-08) GETTING WITH THE TIMES: INTEGRATING THE BLEEDING CONTROL BASICS COURSE INTO A MEDICAL SCHOOL CURRICULUM
Brad Chernock, MS, PAC (Rutgers New Jersey Medical School)

(Poster2-09) IS PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING (PBL) THE PROPER METHOD TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR SURGICAL PRACTICE; FINAL-YEAR MEDICAL STUDENTS AND INTERNS PERSPECTIVE
Mohammed S. Al-Rowais, MD (King Saud University)

 

ASE Poster Session 3 - Program Evaluation & Curriculum Development
Thursday, April 25, 2019 | 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM

(Poster3-01) ROBOTIC SURGERY: GOOD FOR SURGEONS, BAD FOR THIRD YEAR MEDICAL STUDENTS.
Donald J Mattia (Creighton University School of Medicine)

(Poster3-02) RESILIENCE COACHING THROUGH POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY: A NOVEL WELL-BEING INITIATIVE FOR SURGICAL INTERNS
Yun Song, MD (University of Pennsylvania Health System)

(Poster3-03) PROGRAM ASSESSMENT: TAKING STOCK OF THE CURRENT STATE OF CANADIAN UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION IN PROCEDURAL SKILLS CURRICULA
Celine Sayed, BSc (University of Ottawa)

(Poster3-05) IMPACT OF GENERAL SURGERY ROTATION EXPOSURE ON SURGERY CLERKSHIP PERFORMANCE
Ariel J Hawley, BS (Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine)

(Poster3-07) EVOLVING THE DEFINITION OF FACULTY IN AN ESTABLISHED ACADEMIC MEDICAL CENTER UNDERGOING CLINICAL EXPANSION
Amy N Hildreth, MD (Wake Forest School of Medicine)

(Poster3-08) INNOVATIVE TEACHING TOOL FOR THE AXILLARY LYMPH NODE DISSECTION
Jennifer Steiman (University of Pittsburgh)

(Poster3-09) POSITIVE SURGERY CLERKSHIP EXPERIENCES - ARE WE REACHING ALL STUDENTS?
Sophia McKinley, MD, EdM (Massachusetts General Hospital)

(Poster3-10) VIDEO-RECORDED MOCK ORAL EXAMINATION PROGRAM FOR GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENTS IS ASSOCIATED WITH IMPROVED FIRST-TIME PASS RATES ON THE AMERICAN BOARD OF SURGERY CERTIFYING EXAMINATION
Mary K Kimbrough, MD (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences)

 

ASE Poster Session 4 - Simulation & Surgical Education
Thursday, April 25, 2019 | 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM

(Poster4-01) USING SELF-REPORTED MEASURES OF CONFIDENCE AND ANXIETY TO DETERMINE THE EFFICACY OF THE SURGICAL EXPLORATION AND DISCOVERY (SEAD) PROGRAM IN REDUCING ANXIETY AND INCREASING CONFIDENCE IN PERFORMING PROCEDURAL SKILLS
Marisa Market & John Shin (University of Ottawa)

(Poster4-02) COMPARING INTERMEDIATE LEARNER AND EXPERT THORACIC SURGERY SCORES FROM ROBOTIC SIMULATION EXERCISES: NO SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCES
Adrienne Jarocki (University of Michigan)

(Poster4-03) THE PREVALENCE OF SECONDARY TRAUMATIC STRESS IN SURGICAL RESIDENTS
Laura T Greco, MD (Temple University Hospital)

(Poster4-04) THE LINK BETWEEN INDIVIDUAL TECHNICAL ERROR AND ADVERSE PATIENT OUTCOME
Debolina Kanjilal (UMKC)

(Poster4-05) A NOVEL BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING-BASED SYSTEM TO ENHANCE LAPAROSCOPIC SURGICAL SIMULATION TRAINING USING BIOFEEDBACK
Jonathan Schrope, BS (University of Minnesota)

(Poster4-06) ERGONOMICS OF LAPAROSCOPIC SIMULATION TRAINING: A PILOT STUDY
Ian M Kratzke, MD (UNC Chapel Hill)

(Poster4-07) INTEGRATION OF WEB ANALYTICS INTO GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION
Jackson Massanelli, BS (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences)

(Poster4-08) THE INTEGRATED THORACIC RESIDENCIES ARE REDUCING TRADITIONAL CARDIOTHORACIC “FELLOWSHIP” TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES AT TOP PROGRAMS
Lynze R Franko (University of Michigan Medical School)

(Poster4-09) DISCOVERING CURRICULUM AND SIMULATOR DESIGN INSIGHTS VIA COGNITIVE TASK ANALYSIS FOR A NOVEL VIRTUAL REALITY SIMULATOR FOR ENDOSCOPIC SUBMUCOSAL DISSECTION
Cullen Jackson, PhD (Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center)

(Poster4-10) THE FUN FACTOR: DO RESIDENTS SPONTANEOUSLY TRAIN WHEN THE TRAINER IS A SERIOUS GAME?
Wouter IJgosse, Msc (Radboudumc)

 

ASE Poster Session 5 - Teaching Methods & Surgical Education
Thursday, April 25, 2019 | 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM

(Poster5-01) RESIDENT PERSPECTIVES ON EFFECTIVE SURGICAL EDUCATION
Oksana Babchenko, MD (University of Wisconsin)

(Poster5-02) GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENT EXPERIENCE WITH ANORECTAL SURGERY
Asya Ofshteyn (Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center)

(Poster5-03) WHAT, WHERE, AND WHEN: AN ASSESSMENT OF STUDY HABITS AND NBME® SURGERY SUBJECT EXAM PERFORMANCE
Rachel L Slotcavage, MD (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences)

(Poster5-04) MEDICAL STUDENT PREPARATION FOR THE OR: DOES INTENDED SPECIALTY MATTER?  
Jessica C Heard, BS (University of Oklahoma-Tulsa)

(Poster5-05) A SURGICAL TEACHING AND RESIDENT (STAR) COACHING PROGRAM IMPROVES THE CLERKSHIP EXPERIENCE
Phillip Dowzicky, MD (University of Pennsylvania)

(Poster5-06) SUCCESSFUL INCORPORATION OF A RESIDENT DRIVEN TRANSITIONS WORKSHOP INTO UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION
Rebecca F Brown, MD (University of North Carolina)

(Poster5-07) SURGICAL INTERN BOOT CAMP – DOES A PRE-RESIDENCY COURSE HELP INTERNS?
Hashim M Hanif, MD (Texas Tech University of Health Science)

(Poster5-08) MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY CONFERENCE: IMPROVING SURGICAL EDUCATION
Thomas Kerestes, MD (Western Reserve Health Education/NEOMED)

 

ASE Candlelight Session
Thursday, April 25, 2019 | 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

(CL-01) A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH FOR TRAUMA TEAM MEMBERS (TTMS) TO COPE AFTER MASS CASUALTY INCIDENTS (MCIS)
Cara Berkowitz, BA (Weill Cornell Medicine)

(CL-02) IMPROVING ACCESS TO NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT ON SURGICAL SERVICES
Micah Ulrich, BSc (Boston University School of Medicine)

(CL-03) EXPANSION OF SURGICAL SIMULATION THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT OF ECONOMIC LAPAROSCOPIC SIMULATORS
Alex Lopez, BS (School of Medicine)

(CL-04) INTERACTIVE HIGH SCHOOL OUTREACH PROGRAM: INSPIRING UNDERPRIVILEGED YOUTH TO PURSUE CAREERS IN SURGERY
Christie Buonpane, MD (Geisinger Medical Center)

(CL-05) PRISA (PRIMERA RESPUESTA INICIADA PARA LA SEGURIDAD DE ACCIDENTADOS) IN SANTA CRUZ, BOLIVIA: A PILOT STUDY
Erica Ludi, MD (Northwestern University)

(CL-06) IT ONLY TAKES A FEW
Jane M. Hayes, BA (Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine)

(CL-07) INCREASING DIVERSITY IN MEDICINE: MEDICAL STUDENT LED INITIATIVE TO SUPPORT UNDERREPRESENTED PRE-MEDICAL STUDENTS
Melissa M. Rangel, BS (University of Washington School of Medicine)

(CL-08) BRINGING HEALTH CAREERS TO AN UNDER-RESOURCED HIGH SCHOOL: HEALTH CAREER COLLABORATIVE IN ST. LOUIS
Iris Kuo (Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri, USA)

(CL-09) PECEIVED IMPORTANCE OF COMMUNITY SERVICE AMONGST MEDICAL TRAINEES: A CV ANALYSIS OF PRIORITIES.
Yvonne Ying, MD, Med, FRCSC (University of Ottawa)

(CL-10) CHARITY ROBOTICS: REACH OR REALISTIC? TAILORING INDIVIDUALIZED CARE TO THE UNINSURABLE
Autefeh Sajjadi, MS (Creighton University School of Medicine)

(CL-11) OMAHA REFUGEE HEALTH COLLABORATIVE: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO IMPROVING REFUGEE HEALTH
Jessica Maxwell, MD, MS, FRCSC. (Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, Division of Surgical Oncology, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE)

(CL-12) SCALING-UP SURGICAL TRAINING PROGRAMS ACROSS SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA: AN INTERNATIONAL QUALITATIVE DESCRIPTION OF SURGEON AND TRAINEE PERSPECTIVES
Sangki Oak, BS (University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, USA)

(CL-13) THE TRANSFORMATION PROJECT: WORKING TOGETHER TO IMPROVE INTRAOPERATIVE SAFETY CULTURE.
Carol-Anne Moulton, MD, PhD (Wilson Centre, University Health Network)

(CL-14) DISPARITIES IN REHAB PLACEMENT FOR VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE
Ella Cornell, BA (Boston University School of Medicine)

(CL-15) UNVEILING THE NATURAL HISTORY OF CATEGORY 4 TROPICAL CYCLONES: THE PUERTO RICO TRAUMA HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE AFTER HURRICANE MARIA
Julio López-Maldonado, MD (Department of Surgery, School of Medicine, Medical Sciences Campus, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico)

(CL-16) VALIDATION OF THE ACS RISK CALCULATOR IN A SURGICAL PALLIATIVE CARE COHORT
Allen Zhong, MD (Mount Sinai Hospital)

 

ASE Podium Session 4 - Assessment
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

(PS4-01) A NOVEL TOOL TO EVALUATE RESIDENT SURGICAL ENTRUSTABLE PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (SEPAS) PERFORMANCE
Xiaodong (Phoenix) Chen, PhD (The Ohio State University)

(PS4-02) ASSESSING SURGERY RESIDENT AUTONOMY USING CUSUM: A NOVEL METHODOLOGY FOR VISUALIZING PROGRESSION TO OPERATIVE INDEPENDENCE
Ezra N Teitelbaum, MD, MEd (Northwestern University)

(PS4-03) DESIGN OF AN ENTRUSTABLE PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY FOR ADULT EXTRACORPOREAL MEMBRANE OXYGENATION
W. Christian Crannell, MD (Oregon Health and Science University)

(PS4-04) POST-GRADUATE ASSESSMENT OF GENERAL SURGERY ACGME MILESTONES: A MULTI-INSTITUTIONAL PILOT QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT
Jason W Kempenich, MD (UT Health San Antonio)

(PS4-05) WHAT DO SURGEONS THINK? MAPPING SURGEONS’ PERCEPTION TO TECHNICAL SKILL THROUGH TALK ALOUD NARRATIVES.
S. Swaroop Vedula (The Johns Hopkins University)

(PS4-06) DO PEERS GIVE VALUABLE FEEDBACK? ASSESSING THE QUALITY AND QUANTITY OF PEER VS. STAFF NARRATIVE COMMENTS
Natalie Wagner (McMaster University)

(PS4-07) BEST PRACTICE PROGRAM FOR CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETER INSERTION: 3 YEARS OF REFINEMENT
Richard W Sapp, MS (Stanford University)

(PS4-08) A VIDEO-ANCHORED RATING SCALE LEADS TO HIGH INTERRATER RELIABILITY OF INEXPERIENCED AND EXPERT RATERS IN THE ABSENCE OF RATER TRAINING
Ronit Patnaik, MD (University of Texas Health Sciences Center, San Antonio)

(PS4-09) DO GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENTS BECOME FASTER IN THE OR THROUGHOUT THE ACADEMIC YEAR?
Steven Gurien, MD (Northwell Health)

(PS4-10) STRUCTURING EXPERT INSIGHTS FOR AUTOMATED COACHING OF SURGICAL SKILLS
Emily Bontrager (Johns Hopkins University)

(PS4-11) BEYOND “GOOD TEAM PLAYER”: AN EXTENDED CLINIC EXPERIENCE WITH A SURGICAL FACULTY MEMBER RESULTS IN MORE DESCRIPTIVE NARRATIVE CLINICAL EVALUATIONS.
Ann P O'Rourke, MD, MPH (University of Wisconsin)

(PS4-12) A MIXED-METHODS ANALYSIS OF IN-SITU INTERPROFESSIONAL OPERATING ROOM SIMULATIONS ON SURGEON CONFIDENCE AND PRACTICE BEHAVIORS
Brittany Hasty, MD, MHPE (Stanford University)

 

ASE Podium Session 5 - Resident Training
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

(PS5-01) ESTABLISHING PROTECTED EDUCATION TIME FOR GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENTS
Anthony Cyr (University of Pittsburgh)

(PS5-02) IS CULTURE REALLY LOCAL OR ARE SURGICAL RESIDENTS A CONDUIT TO HARMONIZE BEST PRACTICES ACROSS DISTINCT DELIVERY SYSTEMS?
Tasce Bongiovanni, MD, MPP (UCSF)

(PS5-03) RESIDENT INVOLVEMENT IN MINIMALLY-INVASIVE VS. OPEN SURGICAL PROCEDURES
Susanna W de Geus, MD, PhD (Boston Medical Center)

(PS5-04) DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A REAL-WORLD SKILLS CURRICULUM FOR SENIOR RESIDENTS: THE LASR (LIFE AFTER SURGICAL RESIDENCY) PROGRAM
Lauren V Huckaby, MD (University of Pittsburgh)

(PS5-05) RESIDENTS’ PATH TOWARD AUTONOMY IN THE OPERATING ROOM: A HURDLE RACE
Ingrid Woelfel, MD (Ohio State University)

(PS5-06) PULLED FROM THE PASSENGER SEAT: RESIDENT ENGAGEMENT IN THE OR
Melanie Hammond Mobilio, MA (University Health Network)

(PS5-07) OPERATING ROOM PREPARATION BY GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENTS: A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS
Jenaya L Goldwag, MD (Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center)

(PS5-08) THE IMPACT OF RESIDENT INVOLVEMENT ON OUTCOMES IN BREAST CANCER SURGERY
Austin D Williams, MD, MSEd (Lankenau Medical Center)

(PS5-09) PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY: GAMIFICATION OF SURGICAL RESIDENCY
John C McAuliffe, MD, PhD (Montefiore Medical Center)

(PS5-10) IMPLEMENTING A TRAINING PROGRAM TO IMPROVE FEEDBACK IN A SURGICAL RESIDENCY
Michael T Scott (Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson)

(PS5-11) INTRAOPERATIVE TRUST BETWEEN FACULTY AND RESIDENTS PREDICTS CLINICAL COMPETENCY AMONG GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENTS
Gurjit Sandhu (University of Michigan)

(PS5-12) THE QUALITY OF OPERATIVE PERFORMANCE NARRATIVE FEEDBACK: A COMPARISON BETWEEN END OF ROTATION EVALUATIONS AND SIMPL
Samantha L Ahle, MD (Yale School of Medicine)

 

ASE Podium Session 6 - Gender and Wellness Issues
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

(PS6-01) DIFFERENCES IN OPERATIVE SELF-ASSESSMENT BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE PLASTIC SURGERY RESIDENTS: A SURVEY OF 8,149 CASES
Carisa M Cooney, MPH (Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine)

(PS6-02) EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BURNOUT AND GRIT DURING GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENCY
Alexander R Cortez, MD (University of Cincinnati)

(PS6-03) IS BEAUTY IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER? DIFFERENCES IN SURGICAL TRAINING PROGRAM PREFERENCES AMONG WOMEN AND MINORITIES
Katelyn Cavanaugh, PhD (SurgWise Consulting, MD Anderson Cancer Center)

(PS6-04) THE INTERACTION EFFECT OF ROLE AND GENDER ON PSYCHOLOGICAL SAFETY
Nathaniel A Lee, MD (VCU Health)

(PS6-05) QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF A WELLBEING AND RESILIENCY PROGRAM FOR GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENTS: ARE WE MAKING AN IMPACT?
Elinora T Price, MPH (University of Arizona, Department of Surgery)

(PS6-06) INFLUENCE OF GENDER ON ACTUAL AND DESIRED PROCEDURAL SKILL ACQUISITION IN GRADUATING MEDICAL STUDENTS
Monica M Grova, MD (University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill)

(PS6-07) PHYSICIAN MISTREATMENT IN THE CLINICAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
Amelia Grover, MD, FACS (VCU Health)

(PS6-08) THE GENDER GAP IN SURGICAL EDUCATION RESEARCH
Jennifer Tseng (University of Chicago Medicine)

(PS6-09) THE WELLNESS CRISIS FACING SURGICAL RESIDENTS: EXPERIENCES AT ONE INSTITUTION
Jessica Felton, MD (University of Maryland)

(PS6-10) THE IMPACT OF THE GENDER GAP ON SURGEON TEACHING SCORES
Tulin Cil (University of Toronto)

(PS6-11) RISK FACTORS FOR BURNOUT AND DEPRESSION AMONG SURGICAL RESIDENTS
Anthony H Bui, BS (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai)

 

ASE "Thinking Out Of The Box" Session
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

(TOTB-01) AN INTERPROFESSIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENT CURRICULUM FOR SURGERY INTERNS ON THEIR NIGHT-FLOAT ROTATION
John R Martin, MD (Department of Surgery, Indiana University School of Medicine)

(TOTB-02) PRE-OPERATIVE PLANNING MODULES - A NOVEL APPROACH TO TEACHING AND LEARNING IN SURGERY
Tobi Lam (University Health Network)

(TOTB-03) INCORPORATING RESIDENT FEEDBACK INTO LEARNING OBJECTIVE DESIGN HAS POSITIVE IMPACT ON ACHIEVEMENT OF ACGME’S CORE COMPETENCIES
Alyssa Elaine Stetson, M.P.H. (University of Massachusetts Memorial Health Care)

(TOTB-04) PEER-ELECTED OMBUDSMAN FOR REAL-TIME IMPROVEMENT OF THE SURGERY CLERKSHIP EXPERIENCE
Andrew Walid Mezher, BS (Creighton University School of Medicine)

(TOTB-05) GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENT TEACHING ASSISTANT POSITION FOR SURGERY CORE MEDICAL STUDENTS
Mackenzie Cook, MD/Director, Surgical Core Clinical Experience (Oregon Health and Science University)

(TOTB-06) THE USE OF AN ONLINE COLLABORATIVE WORKSPACE TO IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT ON A CORE SURGICAL CLERKSHIP
Bianka N Bubic (Creighton University School of Medicine)

(TOTB-07) DISCUSSING DEATH: EXAMINING THE ETHICAL AND EMOTIONAL ASPECTS OF ADVERSE EVENTS
Rebecca Lynn Williams, MD, PhD (University of New Mexico Hospital)

(TOTB-08) LIFE BEYOND THE SCRUBS: A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY FLIPPED CLASSROOM APPROACH TO TEACH FINANCIAL LITERACY IN A SURGICAL RESIDENCY PROGRAM
Carl Gustaf Stefan Axelsson, MD MPhil MMSc (Department of Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School)

(TOTB-09) ASSESSING THE BENEFITS OF PEER TEACHING FOR THE ABSITE THROUGH A RESIDENT-LED REVIEW COURSE
Douglas James Cassidy, MD (Massachusetts General Hospital)

(TOTB-10) COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE: AN APPROACH TO FACULTY DEVELOPMENT AND MORE?
Darlene Bourgeois, MSN, RN (Lahey Hospital and Medical Center)

 

ASE 1-Hour Workshop
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

(WS1a-01) YOU ARE TAKING CARE OF YOUR PATIENTS, STUDENTS AND RESIDENTS. WHO IS MISSING? CREATING A SURGEON WELL-BEING PROGRAM
Hisakazu Hoshi, MD (University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics)
Committee on Faculty Development

 

ASE 1-Hour Workshop
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

(WS1b-01) TECHNOLOGY FOR TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT IN RESIDENCY: HOW TO LEVERAGE APPS AND OTHER SOFTWARE.
Ryland Stucke, MD (Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center)
Committee on Assessment and Evaluation

 

ASE 2-Hour Workshop
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

(WS2-01) MEDICAL STUDENT MISTREATMENT: COPING STRATEGIES AND RESILIENCE ON THE SURGERY CLERKSHIP
Brittany Hasty, MD, MHPE (Stanford University)

 

ASE 2-Hour Workshop
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

(WS2-02) "I DEFINITELY, MAYBE WANT TO GO INTO SURGERY." THE NUANCES OF ADVISING MEDICAL STUDENTS
Jesse Moore, MD (University of Vermont)
Committee on Clerkship Directors

 

ASE 2-Hour Workshop
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

(WS2-03) COMPLETING AN EFFECTIVE REVIEW OF A JOURNAL SUBMISSION
Michael Hulme, PhD (Wake Forest School of Medicine)
Committee on Curriculum

 

ASE 2-Hour Workshop
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

(WS2-04) THE WHO, WHY, AND HOW OF VIDEO-BASED EDUCATION ON A SHOE STRING BUDGET
Michael G Healy, EdD (Department of Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School and NEJM Group)

 

ASE 2-Hour Workshop
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

(WS2-05) PROTECTING THE QUALITY OF OUR ASSESSMENTS: UNDERSTANDING VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY IN SURGERY
Edmund W Lee, MD (Stanford University)

 

ASE 2-Hour Workshop
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

(WS2-06) HOW TO USE TECHNOLOGY TO SIMULTANEOUSLY TEACH LEARNERS AT MULTIPLE SITES
Committee on Education Technology (ASE)

 

ASE 2-Hour Workshop
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

(WS2-08) MAKING RESIDENTS’ AVERAGE PERFORMANCE EXCELLENT: LEARN HOW TO OPTIMIZE TRAINEES’ PERFORMANCE THROUGH MENTAL SKILLS TRAINING
Dimitrios Stefanidis, MD, PhD (Indiana University School of Medicine)

 

ASE 2-Hour Workshop
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

(WS2-09) HOW TO LEARN FROM FEEDBACK– MOVING THE FOCUS FROM GIVING FEEDBACK TO RECEIVING FEEDBACK
Christie Buonpane, MD (Geisinger Medical Center)

 

ASE 1-Hour Workshop
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

(WS1a-02) WELL-BEING ASSESSMENT IN SURGICAL TRAINING PROGRAMS
Halle B Ellison, MD (Geisinger)
Committee on Graduate Surgical Education

 

ASE 1-Hour Workshop
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

(WS1b-02) LAUNCHING A RESIDENT AS TEACHER PROGRAM IN A SURGICAL RESIDENCY
Luise I Pernar, MD (Boston Medical Center)

 

ASE Podium Session 7 - Recruitment
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

(PS7-01) GREAT EXPECTATIONS? FUTURE COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS AMONG CANDIDATES ENTERING SURGERY TRAINING
Aimee K Gardner, PhD (SurgWise Consulting, Baylor College of Medicine)

(PS7-02) HOW THE PUBLIC OBTAIN THE INFORMATION FOR SURGICAL JOURNEY—THE INITIAL RESULT OF SNOWBALLING RECRUITMENT
Chi-chuan Yeh, MD (1. National Taiwan University Hospital and National Taiwan University College of Medicine, Department of Medical Education, Taipei, Taiwan)

(PS7-03) APPLICATION FACTORS AS PREDICTOR OF SUCCESS AMONG GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENTS
Sarah Hayek, MD (Geisinger)

(PS7-04) PERSPECTIVES FROM GENERAL SURGERY APPLICANTS: WHAT MAKES THEM DESIRABLE
Katelyn Young, BS (Geisinger)

(PS7-05) CLERKSHIP FACTORS INFLUENCING MEDICAL STUDENT INTEREST IN SURGERY
Al-Faraaz Kassam, MD (University of Cincinnati)

(PS7-06) HOW APPLICANTS TO GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENCY DEFINE RESILIENCE
Christie Buonpane, MD (Geisinger)

(PS7-07) VARIABILITY OF THE 2018 MEDICAL STUDENT PERFORMANCE EVALUATION BETWEEN U.S. MEDICAL SCHOOLS
Ian M Kratzke, MD (University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill)

(PS7-08) A PIPELINE TO SURGERY: DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN EXPERIENTIAL PROGRAM FOR LOW-INCOME HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Serena Bidwell, MPH (Stanford University)

 

ASE Podium Session 8 - Simulation 1
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

(PS8-01) FROM THE SIMULATION CENTER TO THE BEDSIDE: VALIDATING THE EFFICACY OF A DYNAMIC HAPTIC ROBOTIC TRAINER IN INTERNAL JUGULAR CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETER PLACEMENT.
Hong-En Chen (The Pennsylvania State University)

(PS8-02) ARRESTS IN THE OPERATING ROOM: THE EFFECT OF INTERDEPARTMENTAL SIMULATION TRAINING ON RESIDENT’S PERCEIVED SELF-EFFICACY
Brendan F Scully, MD (Department of Surgery, Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons)

(PS8-03) INITIAL REPORT ON THE IMPACT OF A PERFUSED FRESH CADAVER TRAINING PROGRAM IN GENERAL SURGERY RESIDENT TRAUMA EDUCATION
Daniel Grabo, MD (West Virginia University)

(PS8-04) TRAINING FOR SPEED OR FOR DAMAGE CONTROL: FEEDBACK EMPHASIS MATTERS IN LAPAROSCOPIC SIMULATOR TRAINING
Jan-Maarten Luursema, PhD (Radboud University Medical Center)

(PS8-05) MAKING CENTRAL LINES SAFER: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY PROGRAM TO IMPROVE OUTCOMES FOR RESIDENT-PERFORMED ULTRASOUND GUIDED CENTRAL VENOUS ACCESS
Bao-Ling Adam, PhD (Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University)

(PS8-06) NOVEL VISUAL AND AUDITORY FORCE FEEDBACK SIMULATOR FOR HONING KNOT TYING CAPABILITIES OF SURGICAL RESIDENTS
Roi Anteby, BS (Tel Aviv University)

(PS8-07) SIMULATION-BASED BOWEL ANASTOMOSES: IMPROVING STANDARDS OF COMPETENCY-BASED EDUCATION IN RESIDENCY
Tiffany N Anderson, MD (Stanford University)

(PS8-08) A TRAINING CURRCULUM SIMULATATING SIGNIFICANT INTRAOPERATIVE BLEEDING DURING LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY CAN IMPROVE RESIDENT SKILL AND CONFIDENCE
Stephen P Haggerty, MD (Northshore University Healthsystem)

 

ASE Podium Session 9 - Simulation 2
Friday, April 26, 2019 | 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

(PS9-01) SIMULATION-BASED LAPAROSCOPIC ULTRASOUND CURRICULUM IMPROVES SURGICAL RESIDENTS’ SKILLS AND CONFIDENCE
Stephen P Haggerty (Grainger Center for Simulation and Innovation, NorthShore University HealthSystem)

(PS9-02) COMPARISON BETWEEN COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE SIMULATED BOWEL AND 3D PRINTED SIMULATED BOWEL
Gabrielle Rolland, MD (The Department of Surgery at Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences & the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and the National Capital Regional Simulation Consortium)

(PS9-03) VALIDATION OF A SYNTHETIC BOWEL MODEL FOR HAND-SEWN ANASTOMOSIS TRAINING CREATED USING 3D PRINTING
Kurun Partap S Oberoi, MD (Rutgers New Jersey Medical School)

(PS9-04) OPERATIVE PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES OF A SIMULATOR BASED ROBOTIC SURGICAL SKILLS CURRICULUM
William Gerull (Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine)

(PS9-05) THE IMPACT OF NAVIGATION GRID OVERLAY ON PERFORMANCE OF CAMERA ASSISTANTS DURING LAPAROSCOPIC ABDOMINAL PROCEDURES: A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED STUDY
Iman Ghaderi, MD, MSc, MHPE (University of Arizona)

(PS9-06) SURGICAL TRAINEE FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH IMPROVED PERFORMANCE ON THE GI MENTOR II SIMULATOR
Michael T Scott, MD (Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School)

(PS9-07) ARE EXPERTS MORE CAUTIOUS? EFFECT OF SCENARIO VARIATION IN ADVANCED AIRWAY ASSESSMENT
Kenneth H Perrone, MD (Stanford)

(PS9-08) PROCEDURAL SKILL COMPETENCE IN GRADUATING MEDICAL STUDENTS: EVOLVING EXPERIENCE AND DESIRES
Monica M Grova, MD (University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill)

 

ASE Plenary Session 2
Saturday, April 27, 2019 | 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

(Plenary2-01) SOS! CALLING ATTENTION TO THE STATES OF STRESS IN SURGERY
Sydney A McQueen, BSc, MSc (University of Toronto)

(Plenary2-02) KEY LOGISTICAL FACTORS FOR MINDFULNESS-BASED BURNOUT INTERVENTIONS IN SURGERY
Carter Lebares, MD (UCSF Surgery)

(Plenary2-03) DEVELOPMENT OF NATIONAL CORE CURRICULUM FOR THIRD YEAR MEDICAL STUDENTS IN SURGERY
Ranjan Sudan, MD (Duke University Medical Center)

(Plenary2-04) MEANINGFUL AUTONOMY IN GENERAL SURGERY TRAINING: EXPLORING FOR GENDER BIAS
Samantha Lane, MHS (Geisinger)

(Plenary2-05) SURGICAL FACULTY EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IS ASSOCIATED WITH MEDICAL STUDENT EVALUATIONS
Holly B Weis (University of Texas Southwestern)