Update 3/12/20: Please note that due to the impact of COVID-19 many events listed below have been postponed, moved entirely online, or canceled. Please consult each event's website before making plans to attend.
Members of our faculty will speak at various local, regional, and national events this spring.
- On March 12, Professor Douglas Paauw will be present “Drug Interactions and Side Effects for 2020” for the Boise VA Grand Rounds.
- Academic Research Coach Helene Starks and Associate Professor Somnath Mookherjee will present the newest faculty development seminar, “Design Details, IRB Assessment (QI vs. Research) and Data Collection,” on March 26 at HMC and on April 2 at the VA.
- UW Graduate Medical Education’s Spring Program Director Development Series will be held on March 25, with an encore presentation on April 24. Dr. Jennifer Best is the GME Associate Dean, and Dr. Nicholas Meo will lead the Quality Improvement Bootcamp portion of the program.
- Acting Instructor Stefanie Deeds will speak about “Trauma Informed Care: Understanding and Approach” as part of the 2020 Women's Health Care Update UW CME course, held March 26 and 27. Clinical Assistant Professor Mahri Haider will lecture on “Care for Refugees,” and Assistant Professor Jocelyn James will discuss “Opioid Use Disorder.”
- This year’s meeting of the Endocrine Society (March 28–31) will include a presentation by Dr. Bradley Anawalt: “Management of the Patient Who Has Been Using Performance Enhancing Hormones and Drugs.”
- The UW Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Review Course, running March 29 through April 4, will include Clinical Professor David Tauben lecturing on “Antidepressants, Anticonvulsants, NSAIDS.”
- Dr. Timothy Evans will present the a work-in-progress, “Effect of Physician Assistant Student on Preceptor Productivity,” for the UW Center for Leadership and Innovation in Medical Education (CLIME) on April 8.
- Drs. Susan Hunt, Carolyn Keller, and Andrew White will speak at the 2020 Society of Hospital Medicine meeting April 15–18. Susan Hunt will co-present “How to Lego - Developing Best Practices for Pediatric to Adult Transition for Complex Hospitalized Adolescents and Young Adults” and co-lead the workshop “Finding Socrates in an iPhone World: Asking Questions to Maximize Learning.” Carolyn Keller will co-present “Scheduling Your HMG for Success,” and Andrew White will help lead the workshop “Are We Cultivating Wine or Stale Beer? How Programs are Ensuring that Hospitalists Maintain Competence Over Time.”
- Academic Internal Medicine Week 2020 will be April 19-22 in Tampa. Associate Professor John Choe will co-lead the workshop “Crossing the Trust Chasm: AIM Competency-Based Education and Training Task Force Leads a Discussion on the UME to GME Competency Handoff.” Associate Professor Susan Merel will speak on “Running a Subinternship,” and Professor Douglas Paauw will teach several sessions of the Precourse for New Clerkship Directors. Acting Instructor Courtney Tuegel will co-lead the seminar “Near-Peer Observation and Coaching for Senior Residents on Rounds.”
- Drs. Starks and Mookherjee will present a new FDP seminar at UWMC – Montlake on April 21: “Design Details, IRB Assessment (QI vs. Research) and Data Collection.”
- The American College of Physicians’ Internal Medicine Meeting will be April 23–25. Drs. Anna Golob, Christopher Knight, Michael Krug, Joshua Liao, Leah Marcotte, Kim O’Connor, Maryann Overland, Douglas Paauw, and Lauren Renata Thronson will all be speaking.
- The Washington State Academy of Physician Assistants will host its 2020 Spring Conference April 25–28. Dr. Douglas Paauw will present “Evaluation of Lab Abnormalities” and “Practical Pearls for Primary Care.” Associate Professor Genevieve Pagalilauan will present “Update in Recreational Substances.”
- Dr. Rashmi Sharma is co-chair of the 2020 PNW Palliative Care Conference, which will be April 27–28. Additionally, she will present “The Role of Shared Decision-Making in Addressing Health Inequities.” l
- The Society of General Internal Medicine’s annual meeting will be May 6–9. Assistant Professor Adelaide McClintock will lead the workshop “Highly Effective, Respectful, and Culturally Informed Reproductive Counseling: Overcoming a Legacy of Racism,” and Professor Thomas Staiger will moderate the Academic Physician Administrators and Leaders Interest Group. Associate Professor Christopher Wong will moderate the Single Payer Interest Group and coordinate the session on “Getting to Universal Healthcare: Single Payer Vs. Public Option.”
- Dr. Douglas Paauw will speak on “Drug Interactions and Side Effects for 2020” at the ACP Alaska Chapter’s annual meeting May 7–9.
- This year’s Faculty Development Bootcamp for UW GIM practitioners will be May 14. The theme will be “Internists Making an Impact.” Registration is required by April 15.
- The 18th Annual Northwest Patient Safety Conference on May 11 will include Professor Thomas Gallagher co-leading a workshop on “Partnering with Patients Following Harm.”
- Professor Thomas Payne is on the program committee for the American Medical Informatics Association’s 2020 Clinical Informatics Conference May 19–21.
- Clinical Associate Professor Edie Shen will speak on the topic of “Perioperative Management of Patients with Vascular Disease” at the 2020 Pacific Northwest Endovascular Conference, held May 21–22.