Scholar Series: Scholar Specific

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With single GME accreditation system, there is a need to develop scholarly work within osteopathic training programs. Although many forms of scholarly work are available, the "Scholar Series" focuses on the skills needed to create a scholarly environment and help meet residents' program requirements (IV.B.1. The curriculum must advance residents’ knowledge of the basic principles of research, including  how research is conducted, evaluated, explained to patients, and applied to patient care.) 

In addition to residents, attending physicians  and medical students will find the series valuable. The videos can also be used by residency directors for faculty development within your institution or just to learn more about the research process.

Scholar Specific was released in December 2017 with video 1. Two additional video workshops were added in Fall 2018. There are three videos in this set.

Session Titles

Session 1: Case Presentation (1hour:30 minutes)

Session 2: Capstone for Osteopathic Focused Scholarly Activity (53:20 minutes)  This video compares osteopathic research and traditional research. It includes scenarios that mimic real life medical students’ and residents’ rotations and where clinical observations are made. From these observations the video demonstrates how scholar work can be developed.

Session 3: Osteopathic Recognition Curriculum (48:22 minutes) Our Scholar Series presenters discuss Implementing an Innovative ACGME Osteopathic Recognition Curriculum, and how it can be developed utilizing options that are already available to the teaching program. Our panelists include four medical education leaders: program director, dean, young faculty and curriculum chair.

  • Scholar Specific, Session 3: Osteopathic Recognition Curriculum

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Scholar Specific was released in December 2017 with video 1. Two additional video workshops were added in Fall 2018. There are three videos in this set.

    With single GME accreditation system, there is a need to develop scholarly work within osteopathic training programs. Although many forms of scholarly work are available, the "Scholar Series" focuses on the skills needed to create a scholarly environment and help meet residents' program requirements (IV.B.1. The curriculum must advance residents’ knowledge of the basic principles of research, including  how research is conducted, evaluated, explained to patients, and applied to patient care.) 

    In addition to residents, attending physicians  and medical students will find the series valuable. The videos can also be used by residency directors for faculty development within your institution or just to learn more about the research process.

    Scholar Specific was released in December 2017 with video 1. Two additional video workshops were added in Fall 2018. There are three videos in this set.

    Robert W. Hostoffer, Jr., DO, FAAP, FACOP

    Clinical Assistant Professor in pediatrics at Case Western Reserve and program director of the Pediatric and Adult Allergy/Immunology (A/I) Fellowship at University Hospitals Richmond Medical Center

    Dr. Hostoffer, who practices in Cleveland, is a nationally recognized expert in allergic and immunologic disorders affecting both children and adults. He is a clinical assistant professor in pediatrics at Case Western Reserve and program director of the Pediatric and Adult Allergy/Immunology (A/I) Fellowship at University Hospitals Richmond Medical Center, the first AOA-accredited A/I program in the US. The program ranks in the top 20 percent of all A/I programs in the nation.

    A leader in the medical profession, Hostoffer is a past president of the Ohio Osteopathic Association, American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians, Cleveland Academy of Osteopathic Medicine, and Cleveland Allergy Society. He is the recipient of many awards, including honorary fellow status in the American College of Osteopathic Internists and 2015 Pediatrician of the Year by the American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians.

    Brian P. Peppers, DO, PhD

    Chief Fellow of the Pediatric and Adult Allergy and Immunology Fellowship

    Dr. Peppers is a board certified pediatrician and chief fellow of the Pediatric and Adult Allergy and Immunology Fellowship created and led by Dr. Hostoffer. He has an extensive research background from his PhD in organic chemistry, post doctoral work with adjuvant design and synthesis for vaccines and medical research on projects ranging from case reports to bench.

    As an emerging leader in the medical profession, Peppers helps medical programs design research projects and increase their overall proficiencies in research. His current work in the Scholar 7 and Scholar 4 program is to help identify and remove barriers that hinder and deter participants from pursuing their scholarly goals.

    Peppers is a 2011 graduate of Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine - Bradenton. 

    Michael P. Rowane, DO, FAAFP, FAAO

    Associate Dean of Clinical Education, LECOM

    Rowane has a passion for osteopathic medical education and to impact future physicians to integrate the ideals of the osteopathic approach in the care of their patients.

    He is professor of family medicine and osteopathic manipulative medicine at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) in Erie, Pennsylvania. He is also associate dean of clinical education for all LECOM campuses.

    Previously, he served as the director of medical education at University Hospitals Regional Hospitals, and family medicine program director for UH/Case Western Reserve University.  

    Rowane co-directs a national osteopathic faculty development initiative, Training the Osteopathic Professions Core Educators (TOPCE), with the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine; was appointed to the ACGME Osteopathic Principles Committee; and represents all osteopathic training programs for the Electronic Residency Application Service with the Association of American Medical Colleges.

    Susan M. Ratay, DO, MS

    Director of Osteopathic Education, UHOC

    Director of Osteopathic Education for the University Hospitals
    Osteopathic Consortium
    Richmond Heights, OH

  • Scholar Specific, Session 2: Capstone for Osteopathic Focused Scholarly Activity

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Scholar Specific was released in December 2017 with video 1. Two additional video workshops were added in Fall 2018. There are three videos in this set.

    With single GME accreditation system, there is a need to develop scholarly work within osteopathic training programs. Although many forms of scholarly work are available, the "Scholar Series" focuses on the skills needed to create a scholarly environment and help meet residents' program requirements (IV.B.1. The curriculum must advance residents’ knowledge of the basic principles of research, including  how research is conducted, evaluated, explained to patients, and applied to patient care.) 

    In addition to residents, attending physicians  and medical students will find the series valuable. The videos can also be used by residency directors for faculty development within your institution or just to learn more about the research process.

    Scholar Specific was released in December 2017 with video 1. Two additional video workshops were added in Fall 2018. There are three videos in this set.

    Robert W. Hostoffer, Jr., DO, FAAP, FACOP

    Clinical Assistant Professor in pediatrics at Case Western Reserve and program director of the Pediatric and Adult Allergy/Immunology (A/I) Fellowship at University Hospitals Richmond Medical Center

    Dr. Hostoffer, who practices in Cleveland, is a nationally recognized expert in allergic and immunologic disorders affecting both children and adults. He is a clinical assistant professor in pediatrics at Case Western Reserve and program director of the Pediatric and Adult Allergy/Immunology (A/I) Fellowship at University Hospitals Richmond Medical Center, the first AOA-accredited A/I program in the US. The program ranks in the top 20 percent of all A/I programs in the nation.

    A leader in the medical profession, Hostoffer is a past president of the Ohio Osteopathic Association, American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians, Cleveland Academy of Osteopathic Medicine, and Cleveland Allergy Society. He is the recipient of many awards, including honorary fellow status in the American College of Osteopathic Internists and 2015 Pediatrician of the Year by the American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians.

  • Scholar Specific, Session 1: Case Presentation

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Scholar Specific was released in December 2017 with video 1. Two additional video workshops were added in Fall 2018. There are three videos in this set.

    With single GME accreditation system, there is a need to develop scholarly work within osteopathic training programs. Although many forms of scholarly work are available, the "Scholar Series" focuses on the skills needed to create a scholarly environment and help meet residents' program requirements (IV.B.1. The curriculum must advance residents’ knowledge of the basic principles of research, including  how research is conducted, evaluated, explained to patients, and applied to patient care.) 

    In addition to residents, attending physicians  and medical students will find the series valuable. The videos can also be used by residency directors for faculty development within your institution or just to learn more about the research process.

    Scholar Specific was released in December 2017 with video 1. Two additional video workshops were added in Fall 2018. There are three videos in this set.

    Robert W. Hostoffer, Jr., DO, FAAP, FACOP

    Clinical Assistant Professor in pediatrics at Case Western Reserve and program director of the Pediatric and Adult Allergy/Immunology (A/I) Fellowship at University Hospitals Richmond Medical Center

    Dr. Hostoffer, who practices in Cleveland, is a nationally recognized expert in allergic and immunologic disorders affecting both children and adults. He is a clinical assistant professor in pediatrics at Case Western Reserve and program director of the Pediatric and Adult Allergy/Immunology (A/I) Fellowship at University Hospitals Richmond Medical Center, the first AOA-accredited A/I program in the US. The program ranks in the top 20 percent of all A/I programs in the nation.

    A leader in the medical profession, Hostoffer is a past president of the Ohio Osteopathic Association, American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians, Cleveland Academy of Osteopathic Medicine, and Cleveland Allergy Society. He is the recipient of many awards, including honorary fellow status in the American College of Osteopathic Internists and 2015 Pediatrician of the Year by the American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians.