New York Medical College

School of Medicine

Faculty Publications and Presentations

 

Office of Undergraduate Medical Education and Primary Care Presentations and Publications: 2002-present

PUBLICATIONS:

Articles:

Koestler JL.  360 Degrees:  Planning a New Pediatric Clerkship.  Academic Medicine.  2002; 77(11):1163.

Weissman M, Bensinger L, Koestler J.  Resident as Teacher: Educating the Educators- Description of a Novel Teaching Elective.  Medical Education.  2006; 40(11):1140.

Weissman M, Bensinger L, Koestler J.  Resident as Teacher: Educating the Educators.   Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine.  2006; 73(8):1165-9.

Koestler JL, et al.  Mount Sinai Case Curriculum in Pediatrics.  In MedEd Portal-Association of American Medical Colleges, http://services.aamc.org/jsp/mededportal/.  Accepted 5/ 2006.

Koestler JL, et al.  Problem Based Learning Exercise: A Pregnant Woman with Abdominal Pain.  In MedEd Portal-Association of American Medical Colleges, http://services.aamc.org/jsp/mededportal/.  Accepted 12/ 2006.

Small R, Koestler JL, et al.  Easing the Transition: Medical Students' Perceptions of Critical Skills Required for the Clerkships.  Education for Health.  December 2008; Article 192.

Koestler JL, Schwab S, Wallach PM.  New York Medical College.  Academic Medicine.  Sept 2010; 85(9 Suppl):S375-9.

Fromme HB, Whicker S, Koestler JK, et al.  Pediatric Resident-As-Teacher Curriculum:  A National Survey of Existing Programs and Future Needs JGME.  June 2011; 3(2):168-175.

CHAPTERS:

Koestler JL, Konopasek L, Manfred L, White, C.  Instructional Methods and Strategies:  Small Group Teaching.  In Guidebook for Clerkship Directors.  3rd edition, Washington, D.C. Association of American Medical Colleges.  2005.

Koestler JL.  Bronchiolitis and RSV (children).  In: Ebell MH, Ferenchick G, Smith M, Barry H, Slawson D, Shaughnessy A, Forsch R, Li S, Wilkes M, Usatine R, eds. e-Essential Evidence. 1st ed. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons: Hoboken, NJ, 2009.

Koestler JL, Friedman E.  Standardized Interactive Multi-Station Assessments.  In Levine, JL, ed.  AHME Guide to Medical Education in the Teaching Hospital. 4th Edition. Lightening Source, LaVergne, TN, 2010.

NATIONAL /REGIONAL PRESENTATIONS:

Koestler JL, et al.  Innovative Curriculum to Address Graduation Competencies. Workshop Organizer and Faculty, Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (NEGEA) Annual Meeting.  Boston, MA.  April, 2003.

Grayson M, Schwab S, et al.  Teaching the Medical Interview--Empathy and Action.  Workshop Faculty.  SGIM 26th Annual Meeting.  Vancouver, Canada. May, 2003.

Schwab S, et al.  How to Practice What we Teach:  Integrating Communication and Physical Diagnosis Skills in a Busy Clinical Setting.  Organizer and Faculty, GEA/GSA Small Group Discussion. AAMC, Boston, MA. Nov., 2004.

Koestler JL, et al.  The Art of Observation Workshop.  Workshop Organizer and Faculty, Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics (COMSEP) Annual Meeting.  Greensboro, NC. March, 2005.

Koestler JL, et al.  New Clerkship Director’s Workshop.  Workshop Organizer and Faculty, Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics (COMSEP) Annual Meetings:  2005, 2006, 2007, 2008.

Koestler JL, et al.  Teaching Humanism as a Reflexive Clinical Skill.  Workshop Faculty, Pediatric Academic Society (PAS) Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. April, 2006.

Koestler JL, et al.  Feedback Across the Continuum: Addressing Professionalism in Students, Residents, and Faculty.  Workshop Faculty. Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. Nov., 2006.

Schwab S, et al.   Promoting Student Wellness within the Pre-clinical Curriculum and Beyond.  Short communication.  Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (NEGEA) Regional Meeting.  Philadelphia, PA. March, 2006.

Koestler JL, et al.  Efficacy of a Clinical Feedback Form in Improving Feedback in Medical Education.  Short Communication. Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (NEGEA) Annual Educational Retreat. Stony Brook, NY. June, 2007.

Koestler JL, Grayson M, et al.  Implementing Curriculum in Chronic Illness into an Already-Packed Curriculum.  Workshop Organizer and Faculty, GEA/GSA Workshop, Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX. Nov., 2008.

Koestler JL, et al.  Physicians and Pharma and the Hidden Curriculum.  Workshop Organizer and Faculty.  Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.  Nov., 2008.

Koestler JL, et al.  Resident Teaching Electives:  Training Residents to be Academic Medical Educators.  Workshop Organizer and Faculty. Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii. April, 2008.

Schwab S, et al.  Building skills for difficult conversations with children and families: communicating difficult news.  Oral Presentation.  Westchester Institute for Human Development/ School of Public Health at New York Medical College in Partnership with Virgin Islands University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Conference.  University of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, VI. March, 2008.

Koestler JL, Avellino A, Grayson M, et al.  How to Teach an Old Dog New Tricks:  Teaching the Millennium Generation.  Workshop Organizer and Faculty.  Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Annual Meeting, Boston, MA. Nov., 2009.

Koestler JL, et al.  The Lost Year: Building a fourth year curriculum for transition to internship. Workshop Faculty, Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Annual Meeting. Boston, MA. Nov., 2009.

Schwab S, Koestler  JL, Weir L, et al.  To Grade or Not to Grade: That is the Question.  Workshop Organizer and Faculty.  Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (NEGEA) Annual Educational Retreat.  Farmington, CT.  March, 2010.

Schwab S.  More than Just Words: Improving Patient Care Through Collaborative Teaching of Empathy to PA Students.  Workshop organizer and faculty, Physicians Assistants Annual Education Forum.  Baltimore, MD. October, 2010.

Schwab S, Koestler  JL, Weir L, et al.  To grade or Not to Grade: That is the Question. Workshop organizer and faculty, Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Annual Meeting.  Washington, DC.  Nov., 2010.

Koestler JL, et al.  Today a Clerkship Director, tomorrow--the road to Academic Advancement.  Workshop Organizer and Faculty, Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Annual Meeting.  Denver, CO. Nov., 2011.

Koestler JL, et al. The Mindful Path to Academic Advancement—Four Hour Preconference Workshop.  Workshop Organizer and Faculty, Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics (COMSEP) Annual Meeting.  Indianapolis, IN.  March, 2012.

Koestler JL, et al.  The Art of Observation Workshop.  Workshop Faculty, Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics (COMSEP) Annual Meeting. Indianapolis, IN. March, 2012.

Pinnero C, Hodax J, Schwab S, Koestler JL.  Medical Student Responses to Patient Death.  Short communication, Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (NEGEA) Annual Educational Retreat, Boston, MA.  March, 2012.

POSTER PRESENTATIONS/ABSTRACTS

Koestler JL, Chietero M.  “Innovations in Curriculum Integration.”  Association of American Medical Colleges Annual Meeting, Nov., 2003.

Schwab S, Grayson MS, Edwards KE.  “Training Faculty to Integrate Communication Skills Training in a Busy Practice.” Northeast Group on Educational Affairs Regional Meeting.  Pittsburgh, PA. April, 2004.

Schwab S, Grayson MS, Edwards KE.  “Orientation to the Clerkships:  Partnering with Fourth year students to Quell the Nerves of New Clerks.” Society for General Internal Medicine (SGIM) Annual Meeting.  New Orleans, LA. May, 2005.

Hammond B, Mogilner L, Wyles D, Weimersheimer B, Koestler J.  “Family Focused Teaching of Chronic Illness in Children.”  Education Research Day, Mount Sinai School of Medicine.  New York, NY. October, 2006.

Peccoralo L, Arbatova K, Friedman E, Bensinger L, Koestler JL.  "Efficacy of a Clinical Feedback Form in Improving Feedback in Medical Education." Society for General Internal Medicine (SGIM) Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting,   Bethesda, MD. February, 2007.

Edwards KE, Leiber C, Schwab S, et al.  “A Collaborative Approach to Strengthening the Genetics Curriculum of the Clinical Rotations: Primary Care, Genetic Counseling and Medical Genetics.”  Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (NEGEA) Regional Meeting.  Stony Brook, NY.  June, 2007.

Schwab S, Edwards KE, and Grayson MS.  “Enhancing Education Through Interdisciplinary Faculty Development.” Northeast Group on Educational Affairs Regional Meeting.  Stony Brook, NY. June 2007.

S Schwab, R Deguzman.  “Teaching Empathy Across Disciplines to Improve Health Care Practices.”  Second Annual Health Disparities Conference: Improving Medical Effectiveness and Health Outcomes to Eliminate Health Disparities through Multidisciplinary Collaborations.  New Orleans, LA.  April, 2008.

Hammond B, Rode D, Strauss C, Granville S, Koestler J.  "Fostering Patient Centered Care Using Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Patient Video.”  Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics (COMSEP) Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.  March, 2008.

S Schwab, R Deguzman. “Teaching Empathy Across Disciplines: Integrating Empathy Skills in the Physical Diagnosis Examination and Communication Skills Curriculum for Physician Assistant Students.”  Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (NEGEA) Regional Meeting, Burlington, VT.   April, 2008.

S Schwab, et al.  “Students and Professionalism: Does Talking Help?” Society for General Internal Medicine (SGIM) Annual Meeting.  Miami, FL.  May, 2009.

 

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