2016 Conference on Teaching, Learning, & Research
The inaugural Conference on Teaching, Learning & Research was held on Saturday, October 22, 2016 at the UCR Palm Desert Center. It was a showcase of student research within our premiere course, the Longitudinal Ambulatory Care Experience (LACE). Medical students presented their Practice Improvement Projects (PIPS) chronicling three years of progressive project development.
PIPS are an integral piece of the LACE experience and helps the student learn how to collaborate as a member of an inter-professional team by contributing to the culture of patient safety and quality improvement at their LACE facility.
Welcome: Deborah Deas, M.D., M.P.H.,
the Mark and Pam Rubin Dean and Chief Executive Officer for Clinical Affairs
Keynote Speaker: Paul Lyons, M.D.,
Senior Associate Dean of Medical Education
Class of 2017 presentations
Class of 2018 presentations
Poster Session: Class of 2019
About the PIP Breakout & Poster Sessions
PIPs are an integral piece of the LACE experience and helps the student learn how to collaborate as a member of an inter-professional team by contributing to the culture of safety and improvement at their LACE facility. Presentations are based on how far along the student is in their program.
- Class of 2017 (those who have completed all three years of LACE) will give a 15-minute presentation on their completed PIP.
- Class of 2018 (those who have completed two years of LACE) will give 15-minute oral presentations on works-in-progress during the breakout sessions.
- Class of 2019 (those who have completed the first year of LACE) will take part in the poster session. Presenters will be available to discuss their projects and answer any questions.