MEHP: Program Structure Summer Conference 2019 Tentative Schedule
MEHP Fellows, faculty, and alumni at the August 2017 MEHP Conference in Baltimore, MD.
Second Biennial Hopkins MEHP Summer Conference and Community Gathering
July 25-26, 2019
Four Seasons Hotel
200 International Drive
Baltimore, MD 21202
We are pleased to announce the Second Biennial Hopkins MEHP Summer Conference and Community Gathering will be held Thursday, July 25 through Friday, July 26 at the Four Seasons Hotel, located in Baltimore’s beautiful Harbor East neighborhood.
Join your MEHP colleagues in a community celebration and gathering focused on advancing your teaching, scholarship, and leadership. At the conference you will interact with your faculty, network with colleagues, share your scholarship, build your research and technology skills, and engage in leadership development.
Thursday, July 25
- Keynote speaker: Dr. David Kern
- Extended workshops
- New fellows: Orientation
- Mid-program fellows: Research and assessment skills
- Advanced fellows: Publishing qualitative research
- Lunchtime panel of MEHP fellows sharing their experiences while in the MEHP
- Field trips
- JHU School of Medicine Simulation Center
- Johns Hopkins Hospital tour with a visit to the Medical School bookstore
- JHU academic campus tour with a visit to the main bookstore
- Dinner in Baltimore’s renowned Little Italy – MANGIA!!
Friday, July 26
- Breakfast networking and poster viewing
- Choose a track or mix it up: Peer reviewed oral abstracts, works in progress, and workshops
- Qualitative Research Skills
- Identifying Education Methods for Research
- Promoting Your Work Through Twitter
- Technology Trends
- Tips and Tricks for Lit Searches
- Successful Capstones
- Plenary session: Using Your MEHP for All Its Worth – Enhancing Your Career
Four Seasons Hotel accommodations can be made through their registration site and using the online booking code: C10719JHU. Reservations desk: (410) 576 – 5800.
We are honored to announce that Dr. David Kern will present the opening keynote address.
Dr. Kern is Professor Emeritus, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and the editor and author of Curriculum Development for Medical Education: The Six Steps – the definitive text for medical educators. He will share his experience in faculty development and support that led to the evolution of his book. His talk will help focus our thinking on evidence supported practice through the conference. A faculty panel will start a discussion with David and then ask the audience to join in a question and answer session.
Dr. John Flynn, Dr. Anne Belcher, and Dr. Toni Ungaretti held an information session. Watch it here.