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IEE Education Conference and Celebration Registration

Please note:
If you register after 12:00 pm on Thursday, April 16th, please come to the registration desk
when you arrive at Conference so that we may process your information.

Friday, April 17th, 2015

Armstrong Medical Education Building
1600 McElderry Street
Baltimore, MD 21205

Directions to The Armstrong Medical Education Building
Parking available in the McElderry Street Visitor Parking Garage

Please complete both Sections I (Registration); and Section II (Payment)

Section I: Registration Instructions

Please scroll down and complete the electronic participant information and conference registration form.

Should You Wish Not to Register Electronically on the IEE Website: Please print the registration form and either email or fax it to the IEE as soon as possible. Email:; Fax: 443 287-0177. Payment instructions in Section II.

Section II: Payment Instructions

A. Non-Hopkins Conference Registrants: To pay the camp fee using a credit card, please click link below. You will be instructed how to transact the payment.

CME Website for Credit Card Payments

B. Hopkins Faculty and Staff:

1. If you are going to use your tuition remission benefit, please print a copy of the tuition remission form and either attach it to your registration or email or fax your tuition remission form to the IEE as soon as possible. Email:; Fax: 443 287-0177.

2. If you will not be using your tuition remission benefit and will be paying the camp fee using a credit card, please click the link below. You will be instructed how to transact the payment.

CME Website for Credit Card Payments

C. Hopkins Students/Trainees: The registration fee is waived for medical, nursing, public health and graduate students, residents and post-doctoral fellows, please simply scroll down and complete the Camp Registration Form.

If you have any questions or issues, please contact:

See you at the conference!

Conference Registration Form

Section I: Participant Information
*(JHED ID if Hopkins/create four-digit registrant ID if non-Hopkins)
Degrees (Please check all that apply)

Institutional Affiliation*

Do you have any dietary requirements or special needs?
Section II: Conference Attendance:
I Plan to Attend: (Please check all that apply)
Welcome & Plenary Address
Speaker: L. Dee Fink, PhD
National and International Consultant on Higher Education
Plenary Address: Medical, Biomedical and Health Professions Education: Five Changes that Can Make A Difference

Oral Abstracts
Berkheimer Faculty Education Scholar Update
Project: Design, Implementation and Evaluation of a Novel Simulation Curriculum to Target Early Childhood Mortality Rates in Myanmar and Uganda: A Train-the-Trainer Model Utilizing Medical Students as Peer Educators
Julianna J. Jung, MD, Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine; Director of Medical Student Education, Department of Emergency Medicine; Associate Director, Johns Hopkins Simulation Center, JHUSOM; Nicole Shilkofski, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, JHUSOM
Berkheimer Faculty Education Scholar Update
Project: Improving Medical Students’ Practice of High Value Care
Danelle Cayea, MD, MS, Assistant Professor, Medicine; Associate Vice-Chair for Education, Department of Medicine
Amit Pahwa, MD, Assistant Professor, Medicine and Pediatrics
Poster Presentations
Authors at posters
Structured walk through with team leader
Lunch, Networking and Table Talks on Innovations in Medical and Biomedical Education.
Discussion Topics: Graduate and Pre-Clinical Teaching; Clinical Teaching: Non-Lecture Format; Online Learning and Teaching; Partnerships with Community-based Educators; Service Learning
Awards Celebration
Conference Workshops
1:45 - 3:15 p.m. (Please choose one)

1) Flipping Your Classroom (Enrollment limited to 30 participants)* This workshop is now full.
*Registration is closed for this workshop
This workshop is designed to be an immersive experience and one that will enable all participants to fully implement the ideas discussed. Prior to the workshop, participants will be expected to 1) identify a question that requires students have a deep level of understanding of the content to be able to answer the question (due by February 16) and 2) create a short five-minute e-lecture, with the assistance of the workshop directors, that will provide the knowledge required for students to answer the question. These two tasks must be completed prior to the workshop because the class will be divided into three-person teams as part of a role-playing exercise to assess and build on each other’s efforts. Contact Harry Goldberg, PhD, or Carolyn Machamer, PhD, for more information.

Co-Facilitators: Harry Goldberg, PhD
Assistant Dean
Director, Office of Academic Computing
Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering
Member, IEE Managing Board

Carolyn E. Machamer, PhD
Professor, Cell Biology
Director, BCMB Graduate Program
Member, IEE Board of Directors

2) Interprofessional Education and Practice: How to Make it Happen
Facilitator: Elizabeth K. Tanner, PhD, RN
Associate Professor, Nursing, Division of Geriatric Medicine and
Gerontology, Center on Aging and Health

3) Teaching Learners to Communicate Effectively with Limited English Proficiency Patients
Facilitator: Kathleen R. Page, MD Assistant Professor, Medicine

3:20 – 4:50 p.m. Educational Scholarship Shark Tank
Shark Tank was a big hit at last year's conference. This year, four to five finalists will be selected to present proposals to our panel of Education Scholarship Sharks, who will then distribute $10,000 among the project(s). The best proposal might get it all, or it might be divided among projects!
This is a great opportunity to receive feedback from recognized educational experts, understand the kinds of things expert review panels consider, and get funding for a project.
How Shark Tank Works
Selected proposal presenters, will have five minutes to make a presentation, with or without PowerPoint slides, describing:

• Why is this important?
• What do you plan to do?
• How will you demonstrate that it works?

After each presenter has answered pointed questions and worked with the sharks, a final proposal or proposals will emerge and be awarded the grant(s).

If you are interested in presenting, submit a one paragraph (250 word maximum) summary of the project to the IEE: > Quick Link on left: Education Conference and Celebration > 2015 Call for Proposals – Shark Tank > Instructions and Link to Submit on Webpage.

• Deadline for submission: Monday, February 16, 2015, by noon
• Decisions on proposals to be presented will be made by: March 16, 2015
Conference Wrap-Up


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