Resident Education Day

Des Moines, IA US
March 31, 2011 to April 1, 2011

A highlight of the HEARTland Network OPTI is Resident Education Day. This is a concentrated educational session focusing on OMM skills, Simulation Laboratory experiences and professional development presentations.  It is offered to the residents of affiliated programs as a benefit of membership.  Resident Education Day occurs twice a year at Des Moines University, in the Spring and Fall.


Thursday, March 31

5:30 pmNetworking Welcome Reception and Diner
6:30 pm

Professional Development (Residents Only)

Developing Clinical Teaching Skills
Luke Mortensen, PhD, Professor, Physiology and Pharmacology

  • Define a clinical teaching moment in either a bedside, side-by-side, or case presentation setting.
  • Use bedside teaching, side-by-side teaching, and case presentations as effective tools in the clinical setting.
  • Recognize the need to mentor and model clinical skills, attitudes, and behaviors.
6:30 pmHEARTland Network OPTI Business Meeting

Friday, April 1

8 amRegistration and Breakfast
9 am

Working with the Difficult Learner
Luke Mortensen, PhD, Professor, Physiology and Pharmacology

  • Diagnose the learning and performance issues of the difficult learner.
  • Implement a corrective plan of action for the difficult learner.
  • Effectively evaluate the difficult learner for learning progress.
10 am

Resident Education

  • OMM Workshop
  • SIM Lab
  • Clinical Skills
12 pmNetworking Lunch

Resident Education (cont'd)

  • OMM Workshop
  • SIM Lab
  • Clinical Skills
3 pm

Questions and Answers Session
David Plundo, DO

3:30 pmAdjourn

How Does the OPTI Choose the Topics for the Professional Development Sessions?

Results from a formal needs assessment survey done every other year with the members provides a list of topics for us to choose from as well as feedback provided from the evaluations of previous workshops and conferences provides information for the planning of future Resident Education Day curricula.  Also timely medical issues effecting healthcare identified by state and national medical organizations are considered for inclusion.  We strive to identify topics in which the information we provide information can be used immediately upon returning to patient care. So it is important when completing evaluations that you provide a list of topics that you would like to learn more about in future meetings.

Educational Grants

No commercial interest provided financial support for this continuing education activity.

    Course summary
    Available credit: 
    • 2.00 AOA Category 1­A
    • 2.50 CE Contact Hour(s)
    Course opens: 
    Course expires: 
    Event starts: 
    03/31/2011 - 6:30pm CDT
    Event ends: 
    04/01/2011 - 3:30pm CDT
    Des Moines University
    3200 Grand Avenue
    Olsen Center
    Des Moines, IA 50312
    United States

    Continuing Education Credit

    DO: Des Moines University Continuing Medical Education and the AOA Council on Continuing Medical Education approve this program for a maximum of 2.0 hours of AOA Category 1-A CME credits.
    Other Healthcare Professionals: Attendees will be given a certificate of participation for a maximum of 2.0 continuing education hours.

    Available Credit

    • 2.00 AOA Category 1­A
    • 2.50 CE Contact Hour(s)


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