Category Archives: Medical Education

Academy for Emerging Leaders in Patient Safety

In 2004 Dave Mayer, Tim McDonald, Rosemary Gibson, Anne GundersonĀ and a small number of other thought leaders in patient safety began discussions in the hope that they could redesign medical education in such a way that students, residents and faculty … Continue reading

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New Year, New Projects

The new year has started out as a busy and exciting one because in the next few weeks for the first time I will be providing training for the following groups: MedStar Teaching Scholars National Center for Human Factors in … Continue reading

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Patient Safety Camp

I attended my second Telluride East Patient Safety Student Summer Camp this past week, which was held at the scenic Turf Valley Resort in Ellicott City, MD. In addition to learning from the accomplished speakers’ presentations, I was asked to … Continue reading

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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 CENTILEĀ  Colloquium for GUMC Educators in the Health Professions. My poster Using iPads to Enhance … Continue reading

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Mobile Technology & Medical Education: Fostering Student Collaboration for Richer Learning

Increasingly physicians are using tablets on patient rounds to help them integrate electronic medical resources into their practice of medicine. Noting this trend, and following discussions of the potential roles tablets could play in educating preclinical and clinical medical students, … Continue reading

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