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SoTL Posters - 2019

 

Title

Presenters

 

Does High Stakes Quizzing of Second Year Medical Students Enhance Learning?

 

Susan Ceryak, Pharmacology & Physiology (SMHS); Aviva Ellenstein, Neurology (SMHS); Amir Afkhami, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences (SMHS); Nicholas Shworak, Pharmacology & Physiology (SMHS)

 

 

Evaluating the Use of 3D Printed Models in Graduate and Undergraduate Human Neuroanatomy Courses

 

Kathryn DeVeau, Anatomy and Cell Biology (SMHS); Kristen Brown, Anatomy and Cell Biology (SMHS); Ramin Javan, Neuroradiology (SMHS); Cullen Fleming, Anatomy and Cell Biology (SMHS); Marc Spencer, Anatomy and Cell Biology (SMHS)

 

 

The New Physics Capstone Experience: Preparing Students Better for 21st Century Careers

 

Alexander van der Horst, Physics (CCAS); Bill Briscoe, Physics (CCAS); Rachel Riedner, University Writing Program (CCAS); Carol Hayes, University Writing Program (CCAS); Gary White, Physics (CCAS); Evangeline Downie, Physics (CCAS)

 

 

Analysis of the Efficacy of Various Types of Preparatory Work for Gross Anatomy Lab

 

Nicole DeVaul and Kristen Brown, Anatomy and Cell Biology (SMHS)

 

 

N.U.M.B.E.R.S. Numeracy and Understanding Math Before Epidemiology: Readiness Studies

 

Margaret Ulfers and Heather Hoffman, Epidemiology and Biostatistics (GWSPH)

 

 

Settling In: How Do Preparatory Classes Positively Affect the Academic Performance and Retention of Minority and Women Students in Economics?

 

Irene Foster, Economics (CCAS); Miranda Hines, Trachtenberg School (CCAS); Daniel Mackay, Economics (CCAS); Anil Nathan, Trachtenberg School (CCAS)

 

Comparing Student Performance and Preference in an Error-Free Versus and Error-Full SAS Programming Environment

Heather Hoffman and Angelo Elmi, Epidemiology and Biostatistics (GWSPH); 

 

What Students Say about Community Engaged Scholarship Courses

Wendy Wagner, The Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service

 

Influence of Patient-Engagement Protocol on Health Outcomes & Medication Adherence of Patients with Metabolic Syndrome

 

Angela McConnell, Clinical Research and Leadership (SMHS)

Use of an Experimental Drug “Shopping” Technique to Develop Medical Student Competence and Confidence in Navigating Complex Over-the-Counter (OTC) Therapeutic Scenarios

 

Susan Ceryak, Tracy Yarbrough, Marieke van Haaren,  Katherine Kennedy and Travis O’Brien, Pharmacology & Physiology (SMHS) 

Should We Change Teaching Strategies Based on the Complexity of the Learning Material?

 

Sepideh Vistamehr, Romance, German & Slavic Languages & Literatures (CCAS)

The Value of Autoethnographic Writing in Preparing the Healthcare Workforce

 

Maranda Ward, Clinical Research and Leadership (SMHS)

Development and Testing of Virtual Standardized Patient Portal

Laurie Posey, Policy, Populations and Systems (SON); Christine Pintz, Policy, Populations and Systems (SON); Karen Lewis, Office of Interdisciplinary Medical Education and Clinical Learning and Simulation Skills Center (SMHS); Neal Sikka, Emergency Medicine (SMHS)

 

Web-based Virtual Labs: Real and/or Perceived Benefits in Medical Lab Science Education

 

Carol Rentas, BLS (SMHS)

The L1 in the L2 classroom: effects on L2 Development

Maria Jose de la Fuente and Carola Goldenberg, Romance, German & Slavic Languages & Literatures (CCAS)

 

Lessons Learned from Developing Interactive Online Case Studies for Epidemiology Students

 

Scott Quinlan, Epidemiology & Biostatistics (GWSPH)

Data Literacy Practice Problems That Are Pertinent, Plentiful, and Personalized

 

Lorens Helmchen, Health Policy & Management (GWSPH)

Updating a Graduate Course in Speech-Language Pathology with Universal Course Design Principles

 

Cynthia Core, Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences (CCAS)

The Use of Google Slides as a Collaborative Tool in Classroom Learning

 

Rohini Ganjoo, Biomedical Laboratory Sciences (SHMS)

Cheating Yourself on Placement Exams

Daniel Mackay, Economics (CCAS); Irene Foster, Economics (CCAS)

 

Ethical Approaches to Working with Multilingual Writers

Joshua Paiz, English for Academic Purposes (CCAS)

 

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