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1 MEDICAL EDUCATION RESEARCH SCHOLARS PROGRAM (MERSP) September 2014-September 2015 Course Director Program Coordinator Jason Booza, PhD Sharon Taylor (313) Program Description Society places a large emphasis on education, yet understanding the basic science of teaching and learning is neglected. That is, research exploring the effectiveness of curriculum, teaching, and learning strategies on student outcomes, has not been a priority in medical education. To train students and residents for the practice of medicine in the 21st century, we must continue to be innovative in our curriculum and teaching, stay current with new technology and be able to demonstrate the effectiveness of our programs through the practice of medical education research. To address this issue the Wayne State University School of Medicine has developed a Medical Education Research Scholars Program (MERSP). The purpose of this program is to enhance the expertise of faculty in the area of medical education research and improve the science of teaching, learning and evaluation at Wayne State University School of Medicine. Program Objectives 1. Develop knowledge and skills in the principles of medical education research. Scholars will acquire the knowledge, skills, and learn processes associated with medical education research, including methods to evaluate the education literature, qualitative and quantitative methods, statistics, survey development, data management and program evaluation strategies. 2. Develop the knowledge and skills in the area educational theory to enhance teaching and student learning. Scholars will learn the underlying methods of educational theory, including theories of learning, teaching, and psychometric principals.

2 3. Strengthen academic leadership in medical education research at the medical school Scholars will gain insight into techniques which can enhance personal skills in providing leadership in medical education research for their department and the medical school. 4. Advance the medical education research agenda of the medical school administration, basic science and clinical departments. Scholars will be responsible for completing a medical education research project. The project will be conducted in conjunction with a member of the Education Research Leadership Committee and focus on the Scholars career goals in medical education, as well as the needs of the medical school or associated department. ==================================================================== Program Requirements Attendance Each seminar will be interactive and assist you on many of the steps necessary to develop your education research project; therefore it is an expectation that Scholars will attend ALL seminars. If you are unable to attend, please contact Jason Booza. Projects 1. All Scholars must develop a medical education research project. Specific components of the project that are expected to be completed during MERSP include: o Development of a research question/hypothesis o Literature review o Methodological design o Data collection 2. All Scholars must submit the above mentioned research components to Jason Booza. Detailed explanations of deliverables will be provided during seminars. 3. All Scholars must obtain HIC approval. 4. All Scholars are expected to complete their research project and present it to the Academic & Student Programs Journal Club. Seminar Activities 1. Small group lecture on medical education research topics. 2. Small group interactive sessions to enhance small group lectures. 3. Individual and small group work to develop education research projects. 2

3 Seminar Time and Location Sessions will be held every other Wednesday from 12:00-3:30, unless otherwise notified (see seminar topic outline below). Location for each session will be held in the Mazurek Medical Education Commons. Lunch will be provided. ==================================================================== Seminar Topic Outline September 23, 2014 Program Orientation A review of the MERSP program both past and present will be discussed, as well as a review of the program requirements. Instructor: Jason C. Booza, PhD October 22, 2014 Foundations of Educational Theory: Teaching and Learning in Medical Education Foundation information for scholars to understand the various teaching methods and learning styles associated with medical education. Instructor: Gloria Kuhn, PhD November 12, 2014 Foundations of Educational Theory: Curriculum Development Scholars will be introduced to curriculum development strategies for effective curriculum planning and design. Instructor: Justine Kane, PhD November 19, 2014 Foundations of Educational Theory: Measuring Student Learning Sessions will focus on the knowledge and skills teachers need to design, develop, analyze and interpret teacher made examinations, and standardized exams. Instructor: Shlomo Sawilowsky, PhD December 3, 2014 Foundations of Educational Theory: Measuring Student Learning (Continued) Instructor: Shlomo Sawilowsky, PhD 3

4 Seminar Topic Outline (continued) December 17, 2014 Foundations of Educational Theory: Assessment and Research in Medical Education Sessions will focus on three types of assessments methods used in medical education, including test development and interpretation, OSCE s, and patient simulation. Instructors: Simone Brenan, MA January 14, 2015 Education Research Design and Methods: Education Research Methodology Scholars will gain insight into research methodology and be introduced to various methodological techniques including sampling, randomization as well as fundamental concepts such as validity and reliability. Instructor: Florence Dallo, PhD January 28, 2015 Education Research Design and Methods: Elements of an Education Research Project Scholars will learn the components of an education research proposal and begin developing their research question and literature review. Instructor: Florence Dallo, PhD February 18, 2015 Education Research Design and Methods: Identifying and Selecting a Research Approach Scholars will learn the scientific method of medical educational research, including qualitative and quantitative methods, study design, and sampling. Instructor: Tana J. Bridge, ACSW March 4, 2015 Education Research Design and Methods: Identifying and Selecting a Research Approach (Continued) Instructor: Shlomo Sawilowsky, PhD 4

5 Seminar Topic Outline (continued) March 18, 2015 Education Research Design and Methods: Identifying and Selecting a Research Approach (Continued) Instructor: Shlomo Sawilowsky, PhD April 8, 2015 Education Research Design and Methods: Overview of the Human Investigation Committee for Education Research Scholars will get an introduction to the HIC proposal submission process for educational research and be able to discuss their project with an HIC representative. Class time will also be used be used for one-on-one sessions with mentors to review project status and discuss project issues. Instructors: Ray-Nitra Pugh April 22, 2015 Education Research Design and Methods: Instrument Development Scholars will learn methods to design survey instruments, as well as gain an understanding of the measurement issues associated with survey development. Instructors: Jason Booza, PhD May 6, 2015 Education Research Design and Methods: Workshop session to review project Seminar time will be used for one-on-one sessions with Dr. Booza to review project status, discuss project issues or work independently on projects. Instructor: Jason Booza, PhD Room: 313 MEC May 20, 2015 Education Research Design and Methods: Understanding and Applying Statistics Scholars will learn the theory and practical application of statistics; including descriptive statistics, inferential statistics, and power analysis. Instructor: TBA Room: TBA 5

6 Seminar Topic Outline (continued) June 3, 2015 Education Research Design and Methods: Database Management and Using the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) Scholars will learn the theory and application of SPSS software, as well as complete SPSS assignments in coordination with their education research project. Instructor: TBA Room: TBA June 17, 2015 Writing and Completing the Research Proposal: Writing the Research Report Scholars will review and apply the components necessary for writing a research paper. Instructor: Victoria Neale, PhD July 8, 2015 Writing and Completing the Research Proposal: Workshop Session to Review Projects Seminar time will be used for one-on-one sessions with Dr. Booza to review project status, discuss project issues or work independently on projects. Instructor: Jason Booza, PhD Room: 313 MEC July 29, 2015 Writing and Completing the Research Proposal: Grant Writing Scholar will get an overview of the components needed to write an educational research grant, as well as sources for medical education research grant funding. Instructors: Ambika Mathur, PhD August 12, 2015 Writing and Completing the Research Proposal: Independent Project Preparation Scholars will use two seminar sessions to work independently on completing their educational research project. Instructor: TBA Room: TBA 6

7 Seminar Topic Outline (continued) August 26, 2015 Writing and Completing the Research Proposal: Independent Project Preparation (Continued) Instructor: TBA Room: TBA September 9, 2015 Writing and Completing the Research Proposal: Workshop session to discuss and review projects with Mentors Scholars will meet with Dr. Booza to review final research project in preparation for the Academic and Student Program s Journal Club presentations Instructor: Jason Booza, PhD Room: 313 MEC ===================================================================== 7

8 MERSP Leadership Committee Jason C. Booza, Director of Assessment and Medical Education Research and Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences. Phone: (313) Patrick D. Bridge, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education and Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences. Phone: (313) Matt Jackson, Associate Professor of Immunology and Microbiology and Assistant Dean for Basic Science Education. Phone: (313) Ambika Mathur, Assistant Dean for Combined Degree Programs and Postdoctoral Affairs and Professor of Pediatrics Phone: (313) Sharon Taylor, Program Coordinator Phone: (313) ===================================================================== 8

9 Program Instructors Ambika Mathur, PhD Dr. Mathur is Assistant Dean for Combined Degree Programs and Postdoctoral Affairs at Wayne State University, and Director for training grants for the Wayne State University School of Medicine. She is also Adjunct Professor at the Carman and Ann Adams Department of Pediatrics at Wayne State University and the Children s Hospital of Michigan, where she serves as Associate Director of the Institute of Medical Education. Following the receipt of her PhD in Microbiology and Immunology from the University of Iowa, Dr. Mathur completed postdoctoral training in the Institute of Human Genetics at the University of Minnesota, where she was subsequently appointed to the faculty and then became tenured Associate Professor. A tumor immunologist by training, Dr. Mathur has written and published a series of educational books for children ages 4-10, and is deeply committed to promoting literacy among children. Gloria Kuhn, PhD Dr. Gloria Kuhn is the Vice-Chair for Academic Affairs for the Department of Emergency Medicine at Wayne State University School of Medicine. She graduated from Chicago College of Osteopathy and completed a residency in emergency medicine at Detroit General Hospital. During this time Dr. Kuhn became interested in medical education. In 1982 she started the first emergency medicine residency at Mt. Carmel Mercy Hospital. In 1998 Dr. Kuhn received her doctorate in Instructional Technology from Wayne State University. Evidence of her dedication to faculty development is seen in her service on school of medicine committees for faculty development, teaching courses pertaining to education both in her department and at other universities and performing research in education and faculty development. Her work developing national seminars for the Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine that aid junior faculty in their development, and her teaching at the national meetings of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine on both instruction and faculty development have provided profound direction for her specialty. Justine Kane, PhD Justine M Kane, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the College of Education at Wayne State University. She received her PhD in Education from the University of Illinois at Chicago with an emphasis in Curriculum and Instruction. In addition to having been a classroom teacher for over twenty years, she continues to work with classroom teachers to develop integrated curricular approaches and effective instructional practices for urban schools. Her research interests include integrated science-literacy approaches to curriculum and instruction and children s constructions of positive identities as doers of science and literacy in urban schools. 9

10 Shlomo Sawilowsky, PhD Shlomo Sawilowsky is a Professor and Assistant Dean in the College of Education at Wayne State University. He is the President-Elect of the American Educational Research Association SIG/Educational Statisticians, who published his most recent book Real Data Analysis (AERA, 2007). He has published over 100 articles on applied statistics, research and experimental design, psychometric theory, and evaluation methods. He is the founding editor of the Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods. Simone Brennan, MA Simone Brennan currently serves as the Director of the Kado Family Clinical Skills Center and the Standardized Patient Program at the Wayne State University School of Medicine. In this capacity she is responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of a wide variety of educationally-driven Simulation experiences, including the development of OSCEs. Ms. Brennan has over 20 years of experience working with health education initiatives, volunteer and staff development & medical education training programs, as well as project management over a number of clinical and population-based research endeavors. Ms. Brennan holds a Master of Arts Degree in Communication Studies with an emphasis on health communication. Ms. Brennan is particularly interested in person-centered care and improving health outcomes through communication and understanding, having made physician-patient communication the focus of her Master s thesis. Tana J. Bridge, PhD, ACSW Tana Bridge is an Associate Professor at Eastern Michigan University in the School of Social Work. Professor Bridge received her master of social work from the University of Michigan and has a PhD in Theoretical Evaluation and Research from Wayne State University. In addition to teaching advanced level research courses, she is involved in advising and supporting graduate level research. Professor Bridge has consulted with the Medical School and Karmanos Cancer Institute on projects and brings the conceptual importance and skills necessary to engage in qualitative evaluation methods. Florence Dallo, PhD, MPh Florence Dallo, PhD MPH, is an Assistant Professor in Wellness, Health Promotion, and Injury Prevention in the School of Health Sciences at Oakland University in Rochester, MI. Dr. Dallo was a Kellogg Health Disparities Scholar from at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan. She received her BS in Biology and MPH in Epidemiology from the University of Michigan. Her goal is to continue her research in better understanding and improving the health of Arab and Chaldean Americans in and outside of Michigan. Given that Arab and Chaldean Americans are categorized as white according to the federal government, one of her primary goals is to obtain an ethnic identifier on health forms and include them in the discourse on health. Currently, she is teaching, including a class on culture, health and wellbeing where is she is able to use what she learned as a Scholar. She is also reviewing medical records of Arab and Chaldean refugees to assess the burden of disease. Also, she recently received a grant to analyze data from a major health care system in Michigan and compile a report comparing the health and disease status, health behaviors, and health care access and insurance status of Arab/Chaldean Americans, blacks and whites. 10

11 Bibliography Evaluation Bloom BS, Madaus GF, Hastings JT. Evaluation to Improve Learning. New York: McGraw-Hill, Fink, A. Evaluation Fundamentals: Insights into the Outcomes, Effectiveness, and Quality of Health Programs. 2 nd ed. CA: Sage Publications, Fitzpatrick JL, et. al. Program Evaluation: Alternative Approaches and Practical Guidelines. 3 rd ed. Boston: Pearson Education, Inc, Grembowski D. The Practice of Health Program Evaluation. CA: Sage Publishing, Gallagher RE, Mullan S, Norris-Baker C and Bakemeier RF. Evaluating the cancer education program: Examining a range of approaches. J. Cancer Education, 1(2), pp Schlesiona P. Business Process Management: Professional development curse nd ed. Chicago: Science Research Associates, ==================================================================== Curriculum Development Kern DE, Thomas PA, Howard DM, Bass EB. Curriculum Development for Medical Education; A Six-Step Approach. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press, Mager RF. Preparing Instructional Objectives. 2 nd ed. California: Lake Publishing Company, ===================================================================== Test Development and Psychometric Theory Bridge PD, Musial J, Roe T, Frank R, Sawilowsky SS. Measurement practices: methods for developing content-valid student examinations. Medical Teacher, 25(4): , Case SM, Swanson DB. Constructing Written Test Questions for the Basic and Clinical Sciences. 2 nd ed. Philadelphia: National Board of Medical Examiners, Cizek GJ. Setting Performance Standards. NJ: Lawerence Erlbaum Associates, Inc, Nunally JC, Bernstein IH. Psychometric Theory. 3rd ed. NY: McGraw Hill, 1978 Osterlind SJ. Constructing Test Items: Multiple-Choice, Constructed-Response, Performance, and Other Formats. 2 nd ed. Massachusetts: Kluwer Academic Publishers, ==================================================================== 11

12 Statistics and Measurement Carey LM. Measuring and Evaluating School Learning. Massachusetts: Allyn & Bacon, Cochran WG, Snedecor GW. Statistical Methods. 8th ed. Iowa: Iowa State University Press, Field A. Discovering Statistics using SPSS for Windows. Sage Publications, Good PI, Hardin JW. Common Errors in Statistics (and How to Avoid Them). New Jersey: John Wiley and Sons, Pett MA. Nonparametric Statistics for Health Care Research. Sage Publications, Van Belle G. Statistical Rules of Thumb. New Jersey: John Wiley and Sons, ===================================================================== Research Methods Berg BL. Qualitative Research Methods for the Social Sciences. 3 rd ed. Massachusetts: Allyn and Bacon, Campbell DT, Stanley JC. Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Designs for Research. Houghton Mifflin Company, Cohen JA. Statistical Power Analysis for the Behavioral Sciences. 2 nd ed. NJ: Erlbaum, Leedy PD, Ormrod JE. Practical Research: Planning and Design. 8 th ed. Merrill Prentice Hall, Morgan DL, Krueger RA. The Focus Group Kit. California: Sage Publications, Patten ML. Understanding Research Methods. 2 nd ed. California: Sage Publications,

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