Pre-Conference Med Ed Day Event - MHS-Med Ed Poster Session
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2023 Graduates of the MHS-Medical Education Pathway Degree Program will present their research projects during this poster session, which includes a wine and cheese reception. Graduates will be available to discuss their projects and answer questions.
1. Explore the medical education research work completed by graduates in the MHS-Med Ed Degree Program.
2. Discuss aspects of the work presented with graduates and other attendees.
3. Network with members of the Medical Education Community.
Carolyn Chan, MD, MHS
Development of a Motivational Interviewing Curriculum for Resident Trainees Using Improvisational Theater Techniques
Firas Kaddouh, MD, MHS
Neurology, University of Arizona College of Medicine- Tucson
Qualitative Research to Map out Neurotrauma Curriculum for Emergency Medicine Providers and Trainees
Nathan Coppersmithm MD, MHS
Understanding Mindset Theory in
Stephanie Leeds, MD, MHS
Keeping Up with Changing Guidelines: Development of a Curriculum for Pediatricians on Peanut Allergy Prevention
Michael Goldman, MD, MHS
Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine
Alignment between Pediatric Residents and Their Preceptors for Ad-Hoc Procedural Entrustment
Christopher Traner, MD, MHS
Assessment of an Interactive Online Curriculum for Teaching Electroencephalogram using a Quantitative and Qualitative Approach
David Vermette, MD, MHS
Resident Well-Being through the Lens of Flourishing: Implications
for the Individual and Community
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