AMIA 2019 Informatics Educators Forum Presentations

9:15 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.

S01:

Creating a New Data Science Track in a Traditional Biomedical Informatics Training Program
W. Chapman, D. Borbolla, K. Eilbeck, S. Abdelrahman, J. Ferraro, B. Chapman, C. Weir, J. Hurdle, O. Patterson, E. Hernandez, University of Utah

Two Real-world Population Health Data Sets to Support Teaching Data Science Skills
B. Dixon, Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health/Regenstrief Institute; S. Rahurkar, Regenstrief Institute; T. Schleyer, Regenstrief Institute/Indiana University

Evaluation of Population Health Informatics Course
N. Soulakis, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

S02:

Integrating Electronic Health Record into Pre-clerkship Clinical Skills Curriculum
J. Florez-Arango, J. Livingston, P. Watson, Texas A&M University

When to Lump and When to Split: Understanding Academic and Professional Student Expectation and Motivation
D. Borbolla, K. Eilbeck, University of Utah

From Fledgling to Facile: Teaching Medical Students to be Clinician Data Scientists in Less Than Four Weeks
J. Homco, D. Kendrick, S. Paungpetch, B. Lesselroth, University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine

10:45 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.

S04:

The Professional Doctorate in Health Informatics
S. Fenton, A. Ross, D. Simmons, UTHealth School of Biomedical Informatics

Participatory Approach to Program Evaluation: Learning from Graduate Faculty to Improve Training in Biomedical Informatics
B. Guy, University of Cincinnati/Cincinnati Children's Hospital; P. Hagedorn, P. White, Cincinnati Children's Hospital/University of Cincinnati

Building the Bicycle While Riding it: A Case in Curriculum Modernization for a Professional Master’s Program
J. Zarb, University of Toronto

S05:

An Undergraduate Specialization in BHI: A Cross-school Collaboration
J. Gennari, A. Hartzler, W. Pratt, M. Freeman, University of Washington

The Case for an Associate Dean of Informatics to Inform Curriculum and Program Management
B. Kite, R. Balke, University of Denver

Course Incorporates Project-based Learning Mentored by Industry Collaborators to Support Students’ Professional Development and Preparedness
S. Furniss, Mayo Clinic/Arizona State University; T. Miksch, Mayo Clinic

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

S08:

CUREing Biomedical Informatics Education for Undergraduates
I. Sarkar, E. Chen, Brown University

Using the Sittig & Singh Socio-Technical Model to Develop an Ethnography for an Informatics Rounding Experience
R. Campbell, East Carolina

Evaluative Process to Update an Interdisciplinary Health Informatics Capstone Rubric
M. Jenkins, Northwestern University/Rutgers University

2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.

S10:

Utilizing a Community Grant Funded Project to Provide a Real-world Experience for Informatics Graduate Students
C. McCoy, Stony Brook University

Using the Patient Cohort Explorer to Engage Students with Real Data
S. Berry, A. Castillo, University of Mississippi Medical Center

Promoting Understanding of Patient Engagement and Health Information Technology: An Innovative Curriculum for PhD Nursing Students
R. Bush, C. Connelly, P. Roth, J. Georges, University of San Diego

S11:

National Landscape of Culminating Experiences in Masters Programs in Health and Biomedical Informatics
S. Cox, E. Shiu, University of Chicago; S. Johnson, Weill Cornell Medicine; S. Boren, University of Missouri

Brain Health Alliance Virtual Institute: Teaching Students Medical Informatics via Collaborative Research Projects
S. Taswell, A. Craig, Brain Health Alliance; C. Taswell, Brain Health Alliance/University of California San Diego

A Model of Referential Competences in Health Information Systems: A Latin American Perspective Towards the Definition of Professional Profiles
S. Gutierrez Panchana, Universidad de Chile/National Center for Health Information Systems; C. Erazo, National Center for Health Information Systems/Universidad de Valparaiso; S. Guiñez, National Center for Health Information Systems/Universidad de Talca; C. Taramasco, C. Galindo, National Center for Health Information Systems/Universidad de Valparaiso; R. Figueroa, National Center for Health Information Systems/Universidad de Concepción; D. Capurro, National Center for Health Information Systems/Universidad Catolica de Chile; A. Garcia, C. Valderrama, S. Sigle, P. Fernando, National Center for Health Information Systems; S. Hartel, National Center for Health Information Systems/Universidad de Chile

3:45 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.

S14:

Using Canvas to Track AMIA Health Informatics Educational Domains for CAHIIM Accreditation: Lessons Learned from a Pilot Test
S. Feldman, C. Garza, E. Berner, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Program Advisory Board: Making the Most of This Hidden Gem
R. Reynolds, M. Sharp, University of Tennessee

Modeling Knowledge, Skills and Competencies Interactions in Informatics Curriculum
J. Wojtusiak, George Mason University; J. Park, Wiley Education Services

8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

S16:

Clinical Research Informatics Curriculum Development and Delivery
M. Zozus, T. Williams, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Impact of Awareness and Training on the Adoption of Clinical Research Data Warehouses
K. McCarthy, Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE)

MU Precision Medicine Forum: A Multi-disciplinary Approach to Facilitate Clinical and Translational Informatics
D. Myers, K. Wilkinson, Cerner Corporation/University of Missouri; P. Tonellato, University of Missouri

S17:

Flipping the Interprofessional Education Classroom: A Novel Method for Teaching about HIT in Collaborative Practice
K. Lopez, University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Applied Health Science; K. Kochendorfer, K. Azhar, N. Khamo, S. Shah, C. Mitchell, D. Straube, V. Gruss, University of Illinois at Chicago; S. Burton, H. Sharma, H. Vitani, A. Valenta, E. Papautsky, University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Applied Health Science

Automated Evaluation of Medical Students Through Their Actions in an Electronic Health Record
B. Takesue, Regenstrief Institute/Indiana University; J. Mensz, K. Frank, T. Vu, L. Cox, Indiana University; L. Baker, Regenstrief Institute; J. Baenziger, Indiana University; J. Jones, Regenstrief Institute; D. Litzelman, Indiana University/Regenstrief Institute

Workforce Assessment Identifies Informatics Education and Training Needs in Rural Nebraska Hospitals
A. Skinner, J. McClay, M. Clarke, University of Nebraska Medical Center