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Impact of Resident Led Didactics on OBGYN Clerkship Shelf Scores and Student Satisfaction

Purpose: Compare NBME shelf scores prior to and after implementation of the Wednesday lecture series.Compare satisfaction scores of students prior to and post implementation of Wednesday lecture series. Scores would be obtained from the Aesculapian Society who evaluates students’ overall perceptions of clerkships

 

Background:

·       The ACGME and LCME has designated teaching as an accreditation standard with numerous competencies. Residents serve as clinical teachers for medical students with studies indicating that residents spend up to 20% of their time teaching medical students.

·       In a national survey 60% of students reported that they received their teaching from residents and fellows during their obstetrics and gynecology clerkships.

·       In 2015-2016, the department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Louisiana State University School of Medicine-New Orleans implemented a new lecture series for 3rd year medical students.

·       Wednesday Lectures: High yield OB/GYN topics delivered by chief resident.

·       Lectures designed to complement Team-Based Learning sessions

Methods:

·       Shelf exam scores from 2011-2017 were reviewed and compared across the training sites.

·       Control Group: Baton Rouge and Lafayette based students who do not receive the same lectures.

·       Aesculapian Society Evaluations.Scores before and after implementation were examined

Results:

·       Positive correlation in resident teaching and satisfaction scores

·       Positive correlation in NBME scores and satisfaction scores

 

Discussions:

·       Student experience and satisfaction  may vary by location based on clinical exposure and opportunity

·       No standardized resident-lectures amongst all locations

·       Future Implications: Standardized implementation of resident led didactics. Our goal is to Implement ACGME recommended ‘Resident-as-teachers program as already established in other institutions and improve shelf scores over the next 5 years.

Topics: CREOG & APGO Annual Meeting, 2019, Student, Resident, Faculty, Clerkship Director, Clerkship Coordinator, Osteopathic Faculty, Residency Director, Residency Coordinator, Medical Knowledge, Professionalism, Systems-Based Practice & Improvement, Interpersonal & Communication Skills, Practice-Based Learning & Improvement, GME, CME, Assessment, Lecture, Team-Based Learning, CREOG & APGO Annual Meeting, Student, Resident, Faculty, Clerkship Director, Clerkship Coordinator, Medical Knowledge, Professionalism, UME, Assessment, General Ob-Gyn,

General Information


Intended
Audience
Student,Resident,Faculty,Clerkship Director,Clerkship Coordinator,Osteopathic Faculty,Residency Director,Residency Coordinator,
Competencies
Addressed
Medical Knowledge,Professionalism,Systems-Based Practice & Improvement,Interpersonal & Communication Skills,Practice-Based Learning & Improvement,
Educational
Continuum
GME,CME,UME,
Educational
Focus
Assessment,Lecture,Team-Based Learning,
Clinical Focus
General Ob-Gyn,

Author Information

Valerie Valero, MD, LSU New Orleans OB/GYN; La\'Nasha Tanner, MD    

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