Cohort 4 (2010-2013)

APA Educational Scholars Program is offered to members of the Pediatric Academic Societies who wish to earn a Certificate of Excellence in Educational Scholarship. The curriculum includes didactic sessions, participation in and review of workshops, and a mentored project. Scholars will be expected to complete the full curriculum, including projects, over 3-4 years.

Educational Scholars, Cohort 4

Last Name First Name Institution Project Title
Batra   Maneesh   University of Washington School of Medicine Evaluation of Novel Residency Curricular Pathways in Community Pediatrics and Advocacy, and Global Health: Effects on Resident Recruitment, Satisfaction and Burnout
Belkowitz   Julia   University of Miami Miller School Medicine   Improving Health Advocacy Skills among Medical Students: Can we instill in medical students the pediatric philosophy of prevention as the best medicine?
Cruz   Mario   St. Christopher's Hospital for Children/Drexel University A Longitudinal Community Violence Prevention Curriculum for Pediatric Residents
Fergeson   Mark   University of Oklahoma College of Medicine   The Development and Assessment of an Art Observation Curriculum for Medical Students
Graessle   William   Cooper University Hospital   Educational prescriptions: teaching residents how to pose relevant clinical queries
Jennifer   Children's National Medical Center   Development and Evaluation of an Intensive Resuscitation Curriculum for Pediatric Residents
Marta   Primary Children's Hospital, University of Utah Pediatric hospitalist curriculum for residents: development, implementation, and evaluation
Larsen   Kami   University of Nevada School of Medicine Video Clips as an Innovative Methodology to Teach Billing and Coding
Long   Michele   University of California Davis School of Medicine Exploration of critical incidents and other triggers that prompt creation of learning goals during a fourth year sub-internship rotation
McKenna   Michael   Indiana University School of Medicine  Using Social Networking Sites as an Educational Tool for Pediatric Residents
Mogilner   Leora   Mount Sinai School of Medicine  Formalizing, Implementing and Evaluating a Community Pediatrics Curriculum For Residents
Porras   Gisela   Hasbro Children's/Rhode Island Hospital  Teaching evidence-based communication skills to pediatric faculty, fellows and residents
Potter   Katherine   University of Louisville School of Medicine  Pediatric Intensive Care for the General Pediatrician: Developing a Curriculum for Resident Education in Pediatric Critical Care
Hai Jung   Rhim   St. Barnabas Hospital Pocket Tool to Evaluate Professionalism
Roskind   Cindy   Columbia University  Development of a Multi-institutional Online Pediatric Emergency Medicine Curriculum
Shah   Neha   Children's National Medical Center   Creation and Evaluation of a Web-based, Educational Curriculum for Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellows
Walmsley   Daniel   Thomas Jefferson University   Anticipatory Guidance about Violence Prevention: The Influence of Physician Attitudes and Practice Characteristics




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