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  • 2nd Biennial Retreat

    to Advance Primary Care

    Inspiring Excellence, Innovation,

    and Joy

    Tuesday February 24, 2015

    12 5p Turner Auditorium

    CLINICAL INNOVATION

    Johns Hopkins Medical Campus Turner Auditorium

    733 North Broadway Baltimore, MD 21205

    Contact: Judy Fields, 410 955 2600 jfields@jhmi.edu

    Sponsored by: The Johns Hopkins

    Primary Care Consortium

    All Are Welcome!

    Workshops and Breakout Sessions Education IPE in the Outpatient Setting Laura Hanyok, MD,

    Kathleen Becker, DNP, and Maura Mcguire, MD Precepting in Clinic, Q&A with Johns Hopkins

    Experts in Outpatient Precepting Samuel Durso, MD Research QI in the Outpatient Setting Julia Kim, MD, MPH,

    Samantha Pitts, MD, and Sajida Chaudry, MD Partnering with the Community: Community-Based

    Participatory Research Jacky Jennings, PhD, MPH Clinical Pursuing Excellence in Outpatient Care: Tips for

    Learners Stephanie Nothelle, MD, Ryan Graddy, MD, and Scott Wright, MD

    Engaging Patients in Outpatient Mental Health Care Vinay Parekh, MD, and Anne Ruble, MD Policy Roundtable - PCMH and the Future: What is the Role of the Primary Care Provider in the Medical Neighborhood? Amber Richert, CRNP, and Janet Jacapraro, MD Roundtable - The Future of Primary Care on the

    Maryland Waiver Joshua Sharfstein, MD, and Donna Kinzer

    Mission Statement The mission of The Johns Hopkins Primary Care Consortium is to provide a broadly collaborative and multi-disciplinary academic home for research, education, quality improvement, and innovation designed to improve primary care and health outcomes for the benefit of patients and society; and to inspire and nurture the development, value, and professional growth of providers of primary care research, education, and clinical medicine within all entities of Johns Hopkins Medicine. The Consortium is pleased to announce a call for the very first Johns Hopkins Medicine Awards in Primary Care honoring those within our Hopkins community and beyond who embody excellence, joy, and innovation in primary care. Anyone is welcome to nominate a member of the primary care community who deserves special recognition for his or her contributions to primary care. Please submit nominations by January 9, 2015. For more information on the Primary Care Consortium, Retreat registration and CME credit, and the awards nomination process, please visit http://Hopkinsmedicine.org/primary_care_consortium.

    http://hopkinsmedicine.org/primary_care_consortium

  • 12 - 1p Lunch, Mingling, Poster Presentation

    1 - 1:10p Welcome David Hellmann, MD, Vice Dean School of Medicine, Bayview Campus

    1:10 - 1:15p Ronald Daniels, President Johns Hopkins University

    1:15 - 1:25p Story from the Stoop

    1:25 - 1:30p Paul Rothman, MD, Dean and CEO Johns Hopkins Medicine

    1:30 - 2:15p Keynote Address Modena Wilson, MD, MPH

    2:15 - 2:30p Break

    2:30 - 4:10p Workshops and Breakout Sessions

    4:10 - 4:15p Travel Time Back to Large Group

    4:15 - 4:20p Marie Nolan, PhD, Associate Dean School of Nursing

    4:20 - 4:30p Story from the Stoop

    4:30 - 4:35p Michael Klag, MD, MPH, Dean School of Public Health

    4:35 - 4:50p Awards

    4:50 - 5p Closing

    2nd Biennial Retreat to Advance Primary Care

    Inspiring Excellence, Innovation, and Joy AGENDA

    RESEARCH POLICY EDUCATION

    Keynote Speaker:

    Modena Wilson, MD, MPH Senior Vice President

    Chief Health & Science Officer American Medical Association

    Modena Wilson, MD, joined the American Medical Association as Senior Vice President for Professional Standards in September 2004. She currently serves as AMAs Chief Health & Science Officer with a wide range of related responsibilities.

    Dr. Wilson came to the AMA from the American Academy of Pediatrics. She joined the executive staff of the Academy in January 2000 as Director of the Department of Committees and Sections. Dr. Wilson was a full time faculty member of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine for more than twenty years where she attained the academic rank of Professor of Pediatrics. At Johns Hopkins, Dr. Wilson directed the Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine and General Academic Pediatrics Fellowship Program, Co-directed the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program, and held a joint appointment in the School of Public Healths Department of Health Policy and Management. In her research activities, Dr. Wilson was affiliated both with the Center for Injury Research and Policy and with the Center for Immunization Research at Johns Hopkins. She is the first author of a book on childhood injury control. Dr. Wilson graduated summa cum laude from McPherson College. She holds a Masters Degree in Biology from Wichita State University. She studied medicine at the University of Kansas. Her pediatric residency training took place at the University of Wisconsin Hospitals in Madison. She received both a Masters of Public Health degree and a certificate in the Business of Medicine from Johns Hopkins University. She was a member of the inaugural class of the US Public Health Services Primary Care Policy Fellowship. Dr. Wilsons national activities have included service on the Council on Graduate Medical Education, the US Preventive Services Task Force, the Advisory Council of the National Injury Prevention Center, and the Board of Directors of the American Board of Pediatrics. Before joining the Academy staff, she served an Associate Editor of the Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, now JAMA Pediatrics. She is now a member of the JAMA Journal Oversight Committee. With colleagues from general internal medicine and family medicine, Dr. Wilson co-directed the Interdisciplinary Generalist Clerkship Project and the Genetics in Primary Care Project. She was also one of the directors of the Ambulatory Pediatric Associations National Faculty Development Scholars Program. Dr. Wilson is a Past-President of the Academic (Ambulatory) Pediatric Association.

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