KCU-GME Consortium 2019 Faculty Development Retreat

Retreat Overview

The KCU-GME Consortium 2019 Faculty Development Retreat trains GME professionals on program development and best practices. Topics will include ACGME requirements for the consortium members including: institutional policies, resident supervision issues, competency based goals and learning objectives, and seeking osteopathic recognition in residency.

Retreat Objectives

At the end of this activity, participants will be able to (within the scope of their profession):

  • Provide constructive feedback about performance.
  • Evaluate leaner competencies.
  • Recognize fatigue and impairment.
  • Identify signs of suicide ideation.
  • Identify resident learning issues.
  • Develop remediation plans for residents with learning issues.
  • Improve residency curriculum.
  • Apply OMT in post-operative patient hospital settings.

Target Audience

The target audience is teaching physicians and other medical education professionals.

AOA CME Accreditation and Credit Opportunity

  • The retreat is a 12-hour faculty development program AOA considers as category 2-B credit.
  • The day 2 OMT Application in Post-Op Patient in Hospital Settings is a 2-hour clinical OMT practice workshop that AOA considers category 1-A credit.

Participants are required to complete a pre-test, a post-test/evaluation in order to receive continuing education credit. You may only claim credit for sessions in which you participate. A certificate of completion will be provided to you based on documentation of actual attendance, completion of a pre-test, and post-test/evaluation.  You must complete your post-test and evaluation within 90 days from the event in order to receive AOA CME credit. 

CME Contact

Brenda Chezek, Director, Residency Placement and Continuing Medical Education
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences
1750 Independence Avenue
Kansas City, Mo. 64106
bchezek@kcumb.edu

Program Accessibility

KCU fully complies with the legal requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act and rules and regulations thereof. If you are in need of special accommodations, please contact Brenda Chezek, KCU Director of Residency Placement and Continuing Medical Education, in advance of this program.

Grievance Policy

Grievances are handled on an individual basis. Grievances involving the educational content are important and will be considered when planning future activities. All grievances should be directed, in writing, to Brenda Chezek, KCU Director of Residency Placement and Continuing Medical Education. The University will provide responses to grievances within 30 days of receipt.

CME Planning Committee Members

The planning committee members include those listed below, who do not have any relevant financial relationships with commercial interests.

  • Kevin Hubbard, DO, HMDC, MACOI, Chair, Primary Care, Professor, Internal Medicine
  • Brenda Chezek, Director, Residency Placement and Continuing Medical Education
  • Robert Cooley, DO, MA, Assistant Professor, Primary Care
  • Jay Danto, DO, Department Chair, Associate Professor, Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine
  • Stuart Hoffman, CFRE, Director, Alumni Relations and Annual Giving
  • G. Michael Johnston, DO, MACOI, Campus Dean of the College of Medicine, Professor, Internal Medicine
  • Diane Karius, PhD, NAOME, Director, Human Patient Simulation Program, Associate Professor
  • Elizabeth Marsh, Associate Director, Web Services, Marketing
  • Ronnie Martin, DO, PharmD, Interim Dean, Joplin Campus, Professor, Family Medicine
  • Robert Rogers, PhD, Assistant Professor, Basic Sciences
  • Kevin Treffer, DO, Chair, Division of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, Associate Professor, Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine and Family Medicine

Disclosure of Commercial Support

This educational activity did not receive any grant funding.