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March 27 - March 28, 2020

Friday, March 27th

NI VII Meeting Two Agenda in pdf format

To see National Initiative VII Meeting Two agenda in pdf format; click here

All AIAMC Meeting Space is on the Main Level of the Resort

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Darrell Royal Ballroom

Keynote Address

Frances Johnston, PhD, CEO and Founder, Teleos Leadership Institute

The Being a Resonant Team session is all about moving from theory to practice – how you implement leader and member behaviors that will create healthy and high-performing teams. As healthcare is increasingly characterized by interdisciplinary teams it is critical to attend to not only WHO is around the patient but also HOW the work gets done. As teams quickly come together and disassemble, leaders and members must be intentional about creating a team environment where everyone can thrive. A healthy and resonant team leads to open communication and effective collaboration which ultimately provides the best outcomes for the patient. In this session, Dr. Johnston will invite participants to learn experientially by considering their own teams and how they can implement best practices back at work. 

2:35 pm - 3:20 pm

Shoal Creek A, Shoal Creek B, Shoal Creek C, Houston Room and Rayburn Room

Cohort Breakout Exercise

Pre-Work to be completed - Emotional Intelligence Self-Assessment

Please bring your self-assessment results to the meeting and be prepared to discuss your results with team members

Shoal Creek A - Cohort One:  Transitions of Care

Shoal Creek B - Cohort Two:  Interprofessional/Communication/Relationships

Shoal Creek C - Cohort Three:  Clinical/Quality Outcomes

Houston Room - Cohort Four:  Teaming to Improve Care

Rayburn Room - Cohort Five:  Program/Education

3:20 pm - 3:35 pm

Wildflower Atrium


3:35 pm - 3:55 pm

Darrell Royal Ballroom

Reports-Out in Ballroom

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Meeting Rooms and sitting areas throughout the hotel

Institutional Team Time

6:30 pm

Hill Country Pavilion

Annual Awards Dinner (all meeting attendees invited)

This event is always a sell-out; plan now to attend and enjoy a most memorable evening with your AIAMC colleagues and friends.  Enjoy an amazing dining experience at the exclusive Barton Creek Country Club located just steps away from our conference venue.  Please note that seating is limited and that a separate registration fee is required.  The registration fee covers your dinner and one complimentary drink ticket.  

Saturday, March 28th

7:00 am - 8:00 am

Wildflower Atrium

Buffet Breakfast; Exhibits Open

8:00 am - 9:30 am

Darrell Royal Ballroom

Plenary 3: Improvisation: Using Art and Science to Transform Teams

Mike Eppehimer, MHSA, FACHE, President, ChristianaCare Medical Group

Given the improv approach of Mr. Eppehimer's presentation, his slide deck will be posted mid-day on Saturday, March 28th.

9:30 am - 10:00 am

Wildflower Atrium

Break; Exhibits Open

10:00 am - 10:45 am

Darrell Royal Ballroom

Poster Slam

The four highest-rated poster submissions will be presented in a poster slam, i.e., executive summary, format by the following AIAMC members:

An OSCE Opioid Management Case: Correlations with Residents’ Systems-Based Practice Milestones

Tsveti Markova, MD, Associate Dean, Graduate Medical Education, Ascension Providence Rochester/Wayne State School of Medicine 

You Can Lead a Horse to Water but…. Do Learners Access Web Resources Recommended During F2F Educational Sessions?

Deborah Simpson, PhD, Director of Education, Academic Affairs, Aurora Health Care 

Teaming to Advocate for Rural Healthcare Education Across the Micro to Macro Continuum

Heidi Duncan, MD, Physician Director of Health Policy, Billings Clinic

A Novel Community-Based Psychiatry Residency Program: A Collaborative and Inter-Institutional Approach

Chanteau Ayers, Director, Medical Education Administration, UnityPoint Health – Des Moines

10:45 am - 11:30 am

Wildflower Atrium

Staffed Poster Displays, including National Initiative VII Storyboards

All posters will be displayed throughout the entire Annual Meeting; this session is dedicated to staffed display.  These include posters that support our Annual Meeting focus areas as well as all National Initiative VII storyboards.  Prepare to be impressed and inspired by this collective body of work!

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Darrell Royal Ballroom

Plenary 4: Value of the Patient's Voice (Closing Session and Boxed Lunch)

Kevin Weiss, MD, Sr. Vice President, Institutional Accreditation, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)