William A. Nelson, PhD, MDiv, professor of community and family medicine, of medical education, and of the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice at the Geisel School of Medicine, has been appointed to the Elizabeth DeCamp McInerny Professorship.
News, Notes & Events
Dr. Kathryn Huggett, Director, The Teaching Academy at The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at the University of Vermont will be presenting “Academies of Educators: Supporting and Promoting Educator Work” as part of the Undergraduate Medical Education Affairs and Department of Medical Education’s Leading Voices series. When: December […]
Heather Hopley is excited to be joining the Department of Medical Education. As a classically-trained anatomist, Heather has taught students at all levels of undergraduate medical education in Human Gross Anatomy and Embryology, Histology and Neuroanatomy, with an emphasis on teaching medical and physical therapy students. Graduating with a Master’s […]
Cheryl Elinsky, PA is taking on a secondary appointment with the Department of Medical Education as an Anatomy Lab Educator. Cheryl has practiced as a Physician Assistant (PA) in the Department of Medicine at DHMC since becoming a PA in 2006. Prior to this, she practiced as a Physical Therapist […]
Adam Weinstein, MD is taking on a primary appointment with the department. While Dr. Weinstein has held a secondary appointment in medical education since 2017 with a primary appointment in pediatrics, the Department of Medical Education is now his new academic home. He will continue in his roles as co-director […]
Lynn Foster-Johnson, PhD is taking on a new role with the department. She will support department faculty with their medical education research and scholarship. This includes but is not limited to: collaborating with and supporting faculty in the creation and dissemination of research and scholarly products; creating an agenda for […]
On Monday, March 16, The Department of Medical Education hosted Dr. Sonia Crandall from Wake Forest University School of Medicine who conducted a webinar to introduce faculty to individualized faculty development plans (IFDP).
On Tuesday, February 11, Dr. Brenda Roman (https://people.wright.edu/brenda.roman) from Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine (BSOM) will be giving a talk on Lectureless Curriculum as part of the Undergraduate Medical Education Affairs Office and Department of Medical Education’s Leading Voices series. Time: 12:15 – 1:15 p.m. Location: Vail 118 […]