Minutes 03.09.11

Minutes 03.09.11

University of Virginia School of Medicine
Systems Leadership Community
March 9, 2011
Minutes

 

Medical Education Building, Learning Studio, 4:00 p.m.


Present (underlined) were:  Brian Behm, Alan Binder, Robert Bloodgood, Megan Bray, Chris Burns, Mary Bryant, Troy Buer, Randolph Canterbury, Bobby Chhabra, Pam Clark, Bruce Cohen,  Eugene Corbett, Alan Dalkin, John Dent, Allison Innes, Don Innes, Kambiz Kalantarinia, Stuart Lowson, Jen Marks, Melanie McCollum, Mo Nadkarni, Bart Nathan, Selina Noramly,  Chris Peterson, Ellen Ramsey, Mitch Rosner, Mark Russell, Neeral Shah, Allan Simpson, Jonathan Truwit, Linda Wagoner-Fountain, Mary Kate Worden, Zhen Yan, Elizabeth Bradley, Addeane Caelleigh,  Terri Ellison, John Jackson, Karen Knight, Darci Lieb, Jim Martindale, Veronica Michaelsen, Sue Pollart, Lisa Herrman, Brad Bradenham, Andrew Pfeffer, Jason Woods.  Students attending:  none

Convenors:  Chris Burns and Bart Nathan

  1. Review of Cardiovascular System.  Alan Simpson presented an overview of the schedule and planning for the CV system (weeks 53-56; Aug. 8 - Sept. 2). Participants asked questions about several points:



  2. Collab site for System Leaders.  Sabrina Nunez has set up a Collab site for system leaders, with a section for each system.  Schedules and materials can be posted so that all systems leaders, thread leaders, and the curriculum group may view them.

  3. Teaching tips from MSI.  Melanie McCollum gave the following tips as lessons learned from MSI:



  4. TBL sessions in MBB.  The MBB leaders provided a listing of TBL sessions planned for MBB.  Faculty members are encouraged to observe sessions to become familiar with the structure and format.


  5. Copyright issues.  John Jackson described the effect of new restrictions on materials posted on course websites.  Because of recent lawsuits against universities over posting of copyrighted materials, the University has tightened the guidelines for websites. 



  6. Course Websites.  John Jackson described the development of a new template for systems homepages that will be consistent system to system and will be easy for system leaders and faculty to use in posting systems materials.  It may be ready as early as the GI system.

  7. Next scheduled meeting.  The next meeting will be Wednesday, April 13, 2011, at 4:00 p.m. in the Learning Studio of the Medical Education Building.