CENTILE Colloquium

Last year Georgetown University Medical Center launched the Center for Innovation in Leadership and Education (CENTILE). In June I presented a poster at the first CENTILE  Colloquium for GUMC Educators in the Health Professions. My poster Using iPads to Enhance Teaching and Learning on Patient Rounds explained how I have used iPads over the last four years on patient rounds to improve the education of medical students and residents at GUMC. I plan to continue to be involved with CENTILE in the future as I explore further innovative uses of technology in education.

Poster (2)

About Jonathan Hartmann

I am the Director of Clinical Integration and Data Discovery at Dahlgren Memorial Library.
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1 Response to CENTILE Colloquium

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