Dr. Santen received the the award for her outstanding contributions to emergency medicine through the teaching of others and the improvement of pedagogy.
DLHS Faculty Dr. Maya Hammoud named as Dean's Awards Honoree for her passion and excellence in clinical teaching. Dr. Hammoud is professor in the departments of obstetrics and gynecology and learning health sciences.
Dr. Edje, who was recently elected president of the Medical Center Alumni Society, is committed to improving medical education and is curerntly pursuing her Master of Health Professions Education degree.
New publication from Dr. Ray De Vries: Understanding the 'therapeutic misconception'from the research participant's perspective
Dr. De Vries co-authored the article that was recently published in the Journal of Medical Ethics.
Helen Morgan, MD, David Marzano, MD, and Maya Hammoud, MD co-authored the article that was recently published in the Journal of Surgical Education. The article aims to evaluate the effectiveness of a preoperative skills curriculum, and to assess and document competence in associated Obstetrics and Gynecology Level 1 Milestones.
Recent publication from Drs. Sally Santen & Joel Purkiss on interviewing models for medical school interviews
Sally Santen, MD, PhD and Joel Purkiss, PhD collaborated on the research that was recently published in Academic Medicine. The article describes the hybrid interview format the University of Michigan Medical School implemented in 2014. The interview format combines traditional interview methods with the newer innovative, multisampling interview format.
Larry Gruppen's, PhD research was recently published in Assessing Competence in Professional Performance across Disciplines and Professions. The article discusses how this essential component in determining a health professional's competence must be done using a variety of assessments due to the complex nature of clinical reasoning.
Dr. Monica Lypson publishes research on defining core entrustable professional activities in medical education
Monica Lypson, MD, MHPE, co-authored the article that was recently published in Academic Medicine. The article discusses the development of entrustable professional activities (EPAs) that every resident should be able to do without direct supervision on day one of residency. These EPAs could significantly narrow the gap between program directors' expectations and new residents' performance.