This significant expansion of the Clinical Simulation Center in the Towsley Continuing Education Building will be a state of the art addition dedicated to independent learning combining computer based instruction and assessment with simulation based learning for medical students, residents, fellows, faculty, nurses and all UMHS staff.
Dr. Deborah Rooney publishes research on validation of performance measures from a neurosurgery simulation model
Dr. Rooney's research evaluates the evidence for use of the novel neurosurgery simulator. The article was recently published in Surgery.
DLHS faculty collaborate on research article for competency-based education in obstetrics & gynecology
Helen Morgan, MD, David Marzano, MD, and Maya Hammoud, MD co-authored "Bridging the continuum: Lessons Learned from Creating a Competency-Based Educational Handover in Obstetrics and Gynecology" recently published in Medical Science Educator.
"Teaching Effectiveness Differs by Type of Trainee: Variations in Faculty Rankings Between Surgery Residents and Medical Students" was recently published in The American Journal of Surgery. The article aims to identify teaching components valued by these different sets of learners.
Dr. Helen Morgan publishes research on women in science, technology, engineering, & mathematics learning communities
Helen Morgan, MD co-authored the article that was recently Learning Communities Research and Practice. The article examines the effectiveness of a living-learning community (LLC) for underrepresented minorities and first-generation first-year women interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
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Dr. Santen collaborated on the article "Essentials of PEM Fellowship Part 2: The Profession in Entrustable Professional Activities" which is the second article in a series of seven that aim to comprehensively describe the current state and future directions of pediatric emergency medicine (PEM) fellowship training.
Jody Platt, MPH, PhD, co-authored the research article that was recently published in JMIR Public Health and Surveillance. The article examines a Facebook advertising campaign to stimulate public engagement on the complex and sensitive issue of Michigan’s newborn screening and biobank programs.
The Neuroanatomy SecondLook™ application is a study aid that provides a series of neuroanatomical images for users to self-test their level of knowledge and ability to recognize structures within the human central nervous system.
Thanks to a University of Michigan partnership, a first-of-its kind master’s program in India stands poised to introduce that country’s first-ever entirely domestically-trained scholar-teachers in Health Professions Education.