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Jamie Osborn, MD
Adj Asst Prof, Family Medicine
School of Medicine
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
7/2006 - 6/2007 Headache
1 hour lecture on headache for ms3 students on FM clerkship
7/2006 - 6/2007 residency core lecture series
Participate in lectures for core topics in FM residency to include heart disease, anemia, cholesterol, gestational diabetes, orientation of all residents, arrhythmias
7/2004 - 6/2005 Family Medicine Clerkship Lecture Series
Lectured medical students one hour each month on Migraine Management
7/2004 - 6/2005 Family Medicine Inpatient Didactic Series
Four times a year lead formal teaching rounds on adult inpatient service, providing small group teaching, approximately 12 hours.
7/2004 - 6/2005 Family Medicine Orientation Lecture Series
Gave orientation lectures and sessions to new residents, orienting them to whole person care, family medicine, residency training, professionalism. 8 hours
7/2004 - 6/2005 Family Medicine Residency Lecture Series
Gave one to two hour-long lectures to Family Medicine residents on Patient Adherence, Arrhythmia, Evidence Based Medicine, Maternity Care, Motivational Interviewing. Total of 10 hours of lecture time.
7/2004 - 6/2005 FMIG Lecture
Two two-hour interactive lectures about the future of family medicine and military family medicine given to the Family Medicine Interest Group.
7/2003 - 12/2010 FM clerkship lectures, 1 per clerkship
7/2003 - 6/2006 Program Director
As PD of FM residency, responsible for content of monthly faculty resident information forum and approximately one hour lecture every 3 months
7/2001 - 6/2006 Headaches
Predoc lecture to MS3 during Family Medicine clerkship one hour every month
Clinical Supervision
 
7/2003 - 12/2010 Family Medicine residency director for 32 residents
7/2000 - 12/2010 Supervisor for maternity care including low risk obstetrics for Family Medicine Residents
Interactive Teaching
 
11/2010 Ethics at the point of care
7/2006 - 6/2007 Inpatient and outpatient supervision
Supervise 20 FM residents on adult inpatient service, maternity care and deliveries, newborn care, and full outpatient clinic every day. Approximate hours 1400 per year.
7/2006 - 6/2008 procedure workshops
teach 20+ FM residents procedural workshops, interactive in small groups, to include circumcision, IUD placement and removal, and rapid response/code management 4-6 hours a year
7/2004 - 6/2005 Inpatient Supervision of residents and PA students
Inpatient supervision for four weeks of 4 residents and one PA student and one medical student subintern including daily rounds, observing care, clinical supervision. Approximately 240 hours.
7/2004 - 6/2005 Medical Student Clinical Supervision
Supervise students in second, third, and fourth years in outpatient clinics. Three to four half days with students per month, approximately 4 hours per session, approximately 180 hours per year.
7/2004 - 6/2005 mentoring medical students
Met with 2 medical students weekly for at least one hour per week for one year, approximately 100 hours.
7/2004 - 6/2005 Mentoring of Chief Resdients
Meet and discuss leadership and residency administration with chief residents, one to two hours per month, approximately 18 hours.
7/2004 - 6/2005 Obstetrical Supervision
100 hours of resident supervision of maternity, intrapartum, and post-partum care
7/2004 - 6/2005 Resident clinic supervision
Supervise residents in the outpatient FMC; average of 4 residents at a time, 10 hours a week, for 48 weeks per year is approximately 2000 hours a year.
7/2003 - 6/2006 Program Director
Program Director for Family Medicine Residency; Clinical supervision of resident clinic 3-4 half days per week and supervision of OB continuity deliveries. Inptatient team supervision until 10/2005.
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
6/2007 - 6/2008 program director of P4 program. As PD of a P4 program I am one of 14 PD''s in FM in the nation to transform residency training to be patient-centered. this means total revision of our curriculum and processes.
4/2007 - Present Bronze Award
Received AFMRD's Bronze Award as Family Medicine program director at national meeting
1/2007 - Present P4 Program Director
Received prestigious award as one of the 14 most innovative FM residencies in the nation to participate in a 6 year research project on teaching techniques for the 21st century.
10/2005 - 7/2006 Associate Program Director
Developed the nation's first integrated 4 year Family Med- Preventive Med residency and got it approved by both Boards and successfully matched the first 2 reisidents
7/2004 - Present Program Director
Family Medicine residency program director
7/2004 - Present Program Director
Program director for family medicine residency. Expanded from 18 residents to 23 in 2007.
7/2004 - 6/2005 Program Director, Residency
Devote full time to leading and administering residency program. 900+ hours of administrative activity per year.
7/2003 - 6/2006 Program Director
Program Director of FM residency dedicating over 1600 hours per year to teaching and administration
Instructional Prep of New Material
 
7/2007 - Present P4
Designed innovative 4 year curriculum for preventive and family medicine
7/2007 - 4/2007 P4
Designed P4 innovative 4 year program
12/2006 - 7/2007 P4 curriculum
Innovative preventive and family medicine 4 year curriculum
7/2005 - 6/2006 Evaluations
Designed new evaluations tools reflecting year level and competencies which are rotation-speicific
7/2004 - 6/2005 Hanford Rural Residency Curriculum
developed and achieved accreditation for a novel 1-2 integrated longitudinal rural residency track.
7/2004 - 7/2005 Total Family Medicine Curriculum Goals and Objectives
Wrote and updated competency-based goals and objectives for over 30 rotations in the residency