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Resident Scholarly Works Virtual Summit

Wednesday, May 13 - Presentations all day long!  Register by April 26.

See 2019's Top Scorers on the resident web page 

Illinois Family Medicine Residents and Fellows are invited to compete in a statewide, online forum – no travel required!

  • Research may be completed or in-progress. We will have separate categories for each. 
  • Help Desk Answers Speed Round of 5-minute presentations 
  • Presentations are limited to a maximum 15 minutes (can be shorter). 
  • Residents/Fellows MUST submit their name and presentation title using our online registration link and indicate time blocks available to present. We will have morning, afternoon and early evening options. Registration deadline is Sunday April 26.
  • Presentation blocks will be offered all day between 9 am and 7 pm. IAFP staff will confirm the exact 20- minute window in that block two weeks prior to the webinar. 
  • All presentations (power point slides) and head shot photos must be submitted by Monday, May 4 for review or you will not be allowed to present. You may update your presentation after May 4 if you need to.

Live Presentations
Presenting residents will login to the virtual summit (we use GoToWebinar) and present live to a panel of anonymous reviewers as well as any resident or faculty that may login and observe. If you miss your scheduled start time, there will not be another opportunity to present.

  • Residents must be at your computer with the presentation slides open and ready on YOUR desktop. If you are using your computer microphone, please use a headset. It’s most recommended to dial in from a LAND LINE phone, not a cell phone. Residents are responsible for their own slides and computer connection. 
  • A Moderator introduces the researcher and passes control of the platform to the resident to start the presentation. Resident presenters advance their own slides from their computers. We will schedule an open practice time on the Tuesday prior to the webinar, for presenters who wish to test out the webinar platform from their computer in advance. 
  • Residents have up to 15 minutes to deliver the entire presentation. Presenters are limited to a maximum of 25 slides. There is a verbal 2-minute warning to help presenters in ending on time.
  • After the presentation, a 3-minute question and answer session follow with questions from two anonymous faculty reviewers. 
  • Presenters in the 15-minute presentations are scored on the quality of their research design, the quality of their slides, the relevance to family medicine, their verbal presentation and their responses to questions. 
  • Help Desk Answers are scored on their relevance of the question, the patient scenario to question walkover, their evidence the quality/clarity of their slides and their presentation skills. These presentations have a maximum of 10 slides.

**Residents who are not presenting are welcome to login on to observe the presentations! All members will be invited to register, log in and observe presentations.
** Consider live-streaming the virtual summit at your program so that residents and faculty can stop by and view at any time during their day!

Questions may be directed to Ginnie Flynn 630-427-8004 or [email protected].

 2018 Virtual Summit

 TOP SCORE  Completed Project:  Fakhrudin Aaseemah Mohamed, MD and Jason Kushner, MD, MS - Jackson Park Hospital Family Medicine Residency
Identifying the Co-morbid Conditions Affecting Hemoglobin A1c levels of diabetics in an African American Population.
   View the Slides

 

TOP SCORE Research in Progress:  Linh Hoang, DO and Ruheena Khan, DO- Swedish Covenant Hospital Family Medicine Residency
Use and interest in Integrative Medicine among primary care patients at a community hospital - A Needs Assessment

 View the slides

View the morning up till noon presentations here View 5pm and later presentations here (the schedule is here so you know where to look for a specific presentation) 

2017 Resident Scholarly Works Virtual Summit - Results.  You can view the recording here

Completed Project
May Soliz, MD
University of Chicago (NorthShore)
Transitions of Care Curriculum: Helping Family Medicine physicians learn the best fit post-acute care setting for patients' needs.  

  Link to her presentation 

Research in Progress
Mike Walker, MD and Jiyeon Jeon, MD
Northwestern McGaw at Humboldt Park
Pre-Diabetes: Clinically Meaningful Interventions Based on Chart Review

 Link to their presentation 

2016 Results:

Top scoring presentation Click here to view the slides

Lindsay Martin-Engel, MD MPH and Jacqueline Allen, MD - West Suburban Family Medicine Residency Program
Presentation Title: Improving Provider Readiness to Manage Intimate Partner Violence in Family Medicine Resident Continuity Clinics in Chicago

Kathrine Duffy, MD - Northwestern McGaw Family Medicine Residency Program at Humboldt Park

Presentation Title: LGBTQ Youth: The Journey to Homelessness and Potential Role for Primary Care Intervention
Category: Research in-progress  Click here to view the slides

Judith Disterhoft, MD - West Suburban Family Medicine Residency Program
Presentation Title: One Key Question: Preventative Reproductive Health
Research in-progress  Click here to view the slides

2015 Top Scoring Resident Research Presentations:

Completed Project:  Javier Guevara, MD  
Presence Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center
 Impact of an EHR Smart Phrase and Resident Education on Adherence to ADA Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes
Co-Presenters: Kajal Patel MD, Corina Marshall MD, Julia Gold MD, Daniel Hanley MD

Research In-Progress: Charity Lehn, MD
McGaw Northwestern Family Medicine Residency
 Implementation of a Model to Empower Family Medicine Patients to Achieve  Institute of Medicine Gestational  Weight Gain Recommendations

Last Updated on Tuesday, January 14, 2020 04:33 PM