2020 Annual ROECSG Spring Symposium

“Education for the Future of Radiation Oncology”

Generously sponsored by

COVID-19 UPDATE: The 2020 ROECSG Spring Symposium occurred as scheduled.  Given the extenuating circumstances, the meeting was held virtually.

2020 ROECSG Symposium Chair: Emma Fields MD, Virginia Commonwealth University

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Date: Friday May 15, 2020

Location: Zoom web conference hosted in Chicago, IL, USA

Symposium Schedule – all times Chicago/CDT

8:45 – 10:00 CDT: Coffee and Viewing Asynchronous Oral Presentations
10:00 – 10:05 CDT: Orientation to Virtual Meeting
Daniel Golden MD MHPE, The University of Chicago
10:05 – 10:10 CDT: Welcome remarks and introductions
Emma Fields MD, Virginia Commonwealth University
10:10 – 10:15 CDT: Report on the First Two Annual Symposia for the Radiation Oncology Education Collaborative Study Group
David Rosenberg MD
10:15 – 12:00 CDT: Oral session #1 “Tele-Education – COVID and Beyond”
Moderators: Steve Braunstein MD PhD and Jill Gunther MD PhD
12:00 – 1:00 CDT: Lunch, networking, and asynchronous oral presentation viewing
1:00 – 1:05 CDT: Update from ARRO
Shauna Campbell DO
1:05 – 1:10 CDT: Update from ADROP
Emma Fields MD
1:10 – 2:40 CDT: Oral session #2 “Live Education Post-COVID”
Moderators: Rachel Jimenez MD and Raphael Yechieli MD
2:40 – 2:55 CDT: Break
3:00 – 3:30 CDT: Keynote address “Professional Identity Formation: The Case for a Shift in Focus from the Professional to the Profession”
Speaker: Laura Hirshfield PhD, Assistant Professor of Medical Education and Sociology, University of Illinois at Chicago
3:30 – 3:40 CDT: Discussion/Break
3:40 – 5:10 CDT: Oral session #3 “The Profession”
Moderators: Erin Gillespie MD
5:10 – 5:15 CDT: Closing remarks
Daniel Golden MD MHPE, The University of Chicago

About the keynote speakerLaura Hirshfield PhD is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medical Education and a faculty affiliate in the Department of Sociology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She received her Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Michigan and her B.A. from Swarthmore College, where she studied Sociology/Anthropology and Education. In her work at UIC, Laura works closely with a variety of trainees, including undergraduates, medical students, residents, faculty, and graduate students (both in Health Professions Education and in Sociology). A sociologist and ethnographer by training, Laura is broadly interested in social interaction, identity, education, science, work/organizations, and medicine. Her research centers on gender and other forms of inequality in academic and clinical settings, particularly in the natural sciences and medicine. As a result, her workplace is basically her fieldsite! Her main research includes studies focusing on the “hidden labor” undertaken by and expected of members of marginalized groups in the workplace, cultural competence (broadly defined) in medical contexts (particularly related to trans patients), and socialization (especially regarding communication and emotions) in medical school.

PresentationSpeakerInstitutionWatch the presentation
Orientation to Virtual MeetingDaniel Golden MD MHPEThe University of ChicagoYouTube
Introductory RemarksEmma Fields MDVirginia Commonwealth UniversityYouTube
Report on the First Two Annual Symposia for the Radiation Oncology Education Collaborative Study GroupDavid Rosenberg MDUniversity of Illinois at ChicagoYouTube
High Yield Physics Video Series (Hi-Phy) Pilot for Radiation Oncology TraineesGabrielle Peters MDYale UniversityYouTube
RadOncReview.org: Working Toward an Online, “Evergreen” Radiation Oncology Clinical Education Platform: A Collaborative EffortJeff Ryckman MD MSMPUniversity of Nebraska Medical CenterYouTube
Assessment of Contouring Practices and eContour Use Among US Radiation Oncologists: A Mixed Methods StudyElaine Cha BSUniversity of Illinois at ChicagoYouTube
Development and Feasibility of an Online Anatomy and Radiology Contouring (ARC) Bootcamp for Radiation Oncology ResidentsLeah D’Souza MSc BHScUniversity College CorkYouTube
Development of a Pilot Head and Neck Contouring and Plan Evaluation Telehealth Curriculum for Existing Radiation Oncology Centers in the PhilippinesLaurence Henson BS MPHUniversity of California San FranciscoYouTube
A Simulation Based Medical Education Tool for the Advancement of Quality and Safety Training in Radiation OncologyMolly Havard MD MSUniversity of WashingtonYouTube
Virtual Medical Student Elective in Radiation Oncology in the Era of Covid-19Jenna Kahn MDOregon Health and Science UniversityYouTube
Report from ARROShauna Campbell DO YouTube
Report from ADROPEmma Fields MD YouTube
A Hands-on Image Verification Workshop for Medical and Physics Residents – Multi-Institutional UpdateLaura Padilla PhDVirginia Commonwealth UniversityYouTube
Development and Implementation of an Educational Simulation Workshop in Fiberoptic Laryngoscopy for Radiation Oncology ResidentsJeremy Price MD PhDDuke UniversityYouTube
Evaluation of a 3D-Printed-Head Simulation Technique for Teaching Flexible Nasopharyngoscopy to Radiation Oncology ResidentsChris Goodman MD PhDNorthwestern UniversityYouTube
Development and Implementation of an Advanced Medical Student Elective in OncoanatomyChristina Huang BSIndiana UniversityYouTube
Reversing the Radiation Burn(out) in a Radiation Oncology Residency Program: Reflections on the Past Three Years of a Pilot Wellness ProgramAnna Laucis MD MPhilUniversity of MichiganYouTube
The Impact of a Multidisciplinary, 3rd-year Oncology Elective Rotation on Decisions to Pursue Oncologic Careers and Oncology Exposure: The University of Cincinnati ExperienceBailey Nelson MDUniversity of CincinnatiYouTube
Recommended ESTRO Core Curriculum for Radiation Oncology/Radiotherapy 4th editionYannick Eller MDUniversity of Bern, SwitzerlandYouTube
Factors That Promote Medical Student Interest in Radiation Oncology: A Survey of Canadian Radiation Oncology ResidentsMaryam Dosani MDBC Cancer VictoriaYouTube
Qualitative Comparison Between Radiation Oncology Attending and Resident Physicians’ Perceptions of FeedbackTimothy Sita MD PhDNorthwestern UniversityYouTube
2020 Snapshot of Radiation and Cancer Biology Educators of Radiation Oncology Residents and the Courses They TeachElaine Zeman PhDUniversity of North CarolinaYouTube
Are Female Radiation Oncologists Still Underrepresented in the Published Literature? An Analysis of Authorship Trends Over the Past DecadeSondos Zayed MD CMWestern UniversityYouTube
Exploring Glocalization in the Construction and Implementation of Global CurriculaMeredith Giuliani MBBS, MEd, FRCPCPrincess Margaret Cancer CentreYouTube
Analysis of the Radiation Oncology In-Training Exam Content Using a Care Path Conceptual FrameworkKevin Rogacki MDNorthwestern UniversityYouTube
Concluding RemarksDaniel Golden MD MHPEUniversity of ChicagoYouTube
Expanding Educational Opportunities in Global Health for US-Based Radiation Oncology Residents: Preparing Trainees for A Changing WorldShekinah Elmore MD MPHHarvard Radiation Oncology ProgramYouTube
A Wellbeing Curriculum for Radiation Oncology Residents: Fostering Relationships and Empathy through Art and Literature (Rad Onc REAL)Kimberly Gergelis MDMayo ClinicYouTube
Qualitative Study of the Electronic Health Record’s Impact on Radiation OncologistsRobert Hight MSThe University of ChicagoYouTube
Twitterquette for Radiation Oncologists and TraineesAnna Laucis MD MPhilUniversity of MichiganYouTube
Development of a Pilot Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) Telehealth Curriculum For Existing Radiation Oncology Centers in Low and Middle Income CountriesSameeksha Malhotra BAVanderbilt UniversityYouTube
Mentorship initiatives in radiation oncology: A systematic review of the literatureJohn Marsiglio MSUniversity of Illinois at ChicagoYouTube
Patient Communication Training for Medical Physics Graduate StudentsLaura Padilla PhDVirginia Commonwealth UniversityYouTube
Development of an Image Verification Platform for Resident TrainingLaura Padilla PhDVirginia Commonwealth UniversityYouTube
Holman Pathway Graduates in Radiation Oncology: Outcomes of the 2010-2015 CohortAkash Parekh MDUniversity of FloridaYouTube
Linguistic biases in letters of recommendation for radiation oncology residency applicantsMichael Rooney MDUniversity of Illinois at ChicagoYouTube
Qualitative Study of Interprofessional Collaboration in Radiation Oncology Clinics: Is There a Need for Further Education?Olivia Schultz BAThe University of ChicagoYouTube
Pilot Study of the Effectiveness of a 360 Video for Pre-Consult Education in Patients with Gastrointestinal MalignanciesAustin Sim MD JDH. Lee Moffitt Cancer CenterYouTube
Medical education factors influencing student entry into the fields of Radiation Oncology and OncologySumi Sinha MDUniversity of California San FranciscoYouTube
Financial literacy and interventions among medical students, residents, and fellows in the United States: A scoping review protocolToms Vengaloor ThomasUniversity of MississippiYouTube
Bridging The Gap Between Primary Care Education and Radiation OncologyGabriel Vidal MDUniversity of OklahomaYouTube
Research Productivity of Radiation Oncology Residents from 2013-2018Julius Weng MDMD Anderson Cancer CenterYouTube
Simulation-based learning for enhanced brachytherapy training among Radiation Oncology residentsVonetta Williams MD PhDUniversity of WashingtonYouTube

2020 ROECSG Spring Symposium Planning Committee

Emma Fields MD (2020 ROECSG Symposium Chair), Virginia Commonwealth University
Steve Braunstein MD PhD, University of California San Francisco
Erin Gillespie MD, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Daniel Golden MD MHPE, University of Chicago
Jill Gunther MD PhD, MD Anderson Cancer Center
Rachel Jimenez MD, Massachusetts General Hospital
Raphael Yechieli MD, University of Miami

2020 ROECSG Spring Symposium Abstract Reviewers

Jeff Brower MD PhD, University of Wisconsin
Simon Duke, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Christian Fernandez MD, Thomas Jefferson University
Elizabeth Jeans MD MEd, Mayo Clinic Rochester
Anna Laucis MD MPhil, University of Michigan
Bailey Nelson MD, University of Cincinnati
Akash Parekh MD, University of Florida
Jeremy Price MD PhD, Duke University
Michael Rooney BA, University of Illinois at Chicago
Jessica Schuster MD, University of Wisconsin