Cohort 5 (2012-2015)





Educational Scholars, Cohort 5


Last Name First Name Institution Project Title
Alegria  Jamilet  USC Keck School of Medicine Evaluation of a Curriculum Designed for Medical Students Completing Their Core Pediatrics Curriculum on an Attending-Only Hospitalist Service.
Aquino   Julia   Tufts University School of Medicine   Improving 3rd Year Medical Student Family Centered Verbal Presentation Skills Through a Novel Role Play Curriculum
Cidon Michal  Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford Pediatric Rheumatology Learning with Curriculum-Embedded Formative Assessment
Clark  Marie   Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University   PoRT (Poverty Resource Training): an experiential curriculum to enhance pediatric resident understanding of and response to patients and families living in poverty
Eagle  Steven  Hackensack University Medical center  Boot Camp: A Clinical Refresher for 3rd Year Medical Students
Gault Allison Mount Sinai School of Medicine Development, Implementation and Evaluation of A Novel Faculty Development Curriculum For InterACT, A Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship
Gibbs Kathleenr   Mount Sinai School of Medicine The Resident Teaching Rotation: Developing Objective Outcome Measures
Gifford  Kimberly  Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Characteristics of Effective Self-Assessment for the Purpose of Improving Learning
Jerardi Karen Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Effective Educational Strategies for Rapid Evidence Adoption of UTI Management Guidelines
Katz Cynthia  The Brooklyn Hospital Center Bridging the Gap: Improving International Medical Graduates' Interpersonal and Communication Skills
Kern  Jeremy  Children's National Medical Center Assessing the Use of Digital Technology on Family and Trainee Education During Family Centered Rounds
Lichtenstein  Cara  Children's National Medical Center Development and Evaluation of Entrustable Professional Activities in A Community Health Pediatric Residency Training Program
Lorch  Margarita  Thomas Jefferson University Implementation of a Monthly Mock Code Curriculum to Improve Resident Comfort Level and Performance of Resuscitation Skills
Lynn Justin  University of Rochester Medical Center A Streamlined Pediatric Residency Curriculum for Hospitalist Teaching and Evaluation
Osman  Cindy   New York University/Bellevue Hospital Using Objective Structured Teaching Examinations (OSTEs) as a Tool for Faculty-Directed Faculty Development
Staples  Betty  Duke University Medical Center  Comparison of 3 Distinct Inpatient Resident Coverage Models
Treitz  Meghan Children's Hospital Colorado Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of a Partially Individualized Advocacy Curriculum for Pediatric Residents
Vachani  Joyee Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children's Hospital Patient Safety Curriculum: Improvement in Healthcare One Learner at a Time

 

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