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Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell

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Continuing The Journey As A Preceptor: Taking A Fork In The Road

This brief presentation will assure you are prepared for your ICE student's role in the office. Please join us for this webinar, which is a virtual orientation designed to align the ICE and ACE Continuity preceptors with the upcoming curricular changes as well as updates from the medical school.

Speakers:Alice Fornari, EdD, RD, Professor, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Associate Dean, Educational Skills Development, Co-Director of the Communications Curriculum
Taranjeet Ahuja, D.O., Assistant Professor, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Director, Initial Clinical Experience (ICE) & Advanced Clinical Experience (ACE) Continuity Clinic

Introduction to the Communications Curriculum:
Listening to and Speaking the Same Language

The Hofstra Northwell SOM has a longitudinal communication skills thread that is woven through the four years of medical school. Please join us for this webinar, which is a virtual orientation designed to align the ICE and ACE Continuity preceptors with the communications curriculum at the medical school. After the presentation, we will have a Q & A session for all participants on the webinar.

Speakers: Alice Fornari, EdD, RD, Professor, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Associate Dean, Educational Skills Development, Co-Director of the Communications Curriculum and Taranjeet Ahuja, D.O., Assistant Professor, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Director, Initial Clinical Experience (ICE) & Advanced Clinical Experience (ACE) Continuity Clinic


Teaching Students how to think like Doctors

The Hofstra Northwell SOM has initiated Clinical Learning Session (CLS) in the classroom setting for the MS 1 and MS 2 students. CLS will be occurring 3 times during each of the courses in the first two years. They are 2 hour small group sessions that are created with the goal of promoting clinical reasoning, hypothesis-driven physical diagnosis and developing both oral and written presentation skills. Please join us for this webinar, which is a virtual orientation designed to update preceptors with curricular changes at the medical school.

Speakers: Gabrielle Goldberg, M.D., Assistant Professor, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine; Taranjeet Ahuja, D.O., Assistant Professor, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Director, Initial Clinical Experience (ICE) & Advanced Clinical Experience (ACE) Continuity Clinic.


Teaching in Your Office
Your Approach to the First Week with a Student
Webinar

You have accepted the responsibility of becoming a community-based preceptor for the Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine. A well-designed orientation can ease a learners' transition into the office-based practice. Join us for this webinar, an orientation designed to ensure that you and your office are better prepared for the student. After a brief 30-minute presentation, we will have a question and answer session to allow all listeners to clarify their concerns.

Speakers: Taranjeet Ahuja, DO, Assistant Professor, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Co-Director, Initial Clinical Experience (ICE), Alice Fornari, EdD, RD, Associate Professor, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Associate Dean, Educational Skills Development, and Robert Scanlon, MD, MBA, Assistant Clinical Professor, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Co-Site Director, Initial Clinical Experience (ICE) and OB-GYN Preceptor.


Intro to ICE Video “Teaching in your Office”

This short video focuses on how an ICE session with a student should be ideally structured. It will walk you through the preparation before the student arrives, the encounter with the student during the session and then closing the day. There are many vital components of ICE that are highlighted here. Some preceptors have found it helpful to share this with their office staff! Please click to play the “Teaching in your Office” video.



Core Physical Exam - Head to Toe

The Hofstra Northwell Health Core Physical Exam is the Hofstra version of the “head-to-toe” physical exam. It is what students begin learning in their very first days of medical school and it is part of what they are assessed on at our standardized patient lab called CLI (Center for Learning and Innovation). To help both students and faculty, the Hofstra Northwell Health Core Physical Exam video has been created. Please click to play entire Head to Toe video.



Core Physical Exam Chapters

The Hofstra Northwell Health Core Physical Exam is the Hofstra version of the “head-to-toe” physical exam. It is what students begin learning in their very first days of medical school and it is part of what they are assessed on at our standardized patient lab called CLI (Center for Learning and Innovation). To help both students and faculty, the Hofstra Northwell Health Core Physical Exam video has been created. Please click “PLAYLIST” to access the exam in chapter format.



Surgical ICE:
Learning in the OR
Webinar

This webinar will introduce Surgery ICE beginning with the goals and logistics to ensure a valuable learning experience for both you and the student. We will then review the learning experience from a patient in the pre-op, intra-op and post-op setting. The session will conclude with the voice of an experienced preceptor.

Speakers:Taranjeet Ahuja, DO, Assistant Professor, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Co-Director, Initial Clinical Experience (ICE)
Alice Fornari, EdD, RD, Associate Professor, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Associate Dean, Educational Skills Development
Robert Scanlon, MD, MBA, Assistant Clinical Professor, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Co-Site Director, Initial Clinical Experience (ICE) and OB-GYN Preceptor


'ICE TO SEE YOU AGAIN
A RAPID REVIEW FOR RETURNING PSYCHIATRY ICE PRECEPTORS

This webinar is a virtual orientation designed to prepare you for your role as a psychiatry ICE preceptor. A brief introduction will be followed by a review of the schedule and format. The webinar ends with a Q & A generated by the participants that had attended live.

Speakers: John Q. Young, M.D., Vice Chair for Education and General Adult Psychiatry Residency Program Director at The Zucker Hillside Hospital & Professor, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine; Arya Soman, M.D., Director of Medical Student Education at The Zucker Hillside Hospital and Assistant Professor, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine; Taranjeet Ahuja, D.O., Assistant Professor, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Director, Initial Clinical Experience (ICE) & Advanced Clinical Experience (ACE) Continuity Clinic.