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40+ years in medical education, faculty development, simulation. Using principles of cognitive sciences to inform best practices of teaching and learning. Currently teaching online at Johns Hopkins School of Education Masters of Education in the Health Professions (Assessment and capstone projects) as well as teaching online at Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine with LSU Online in a similar graduate certificate program; How People Learn and Capstone.

Skills & Interests
assessment simulation learning competency-based education research design curriculum development and evaluation
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Recent article categories: Medical Education, Medical Simulation, Pediatrics

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Co-authors (9)
Justin M. Jeffers Other M.D.
Pediatrics


William Golden M.D.
Pediatrics


Amit K. Pahwa M.D.
Internal Medicine-Pediatrics


Stacy Cooper M.D.
Pediatrics


David Cooke
Pediatrics


Rebekah Reisig
I'm not a medical professional.


Christopher Grybauskas M.D.
Pediatrics


Eric Balighian
Pediatrics


Emily Frosch
Psychiatry


My Professional Societies

Society of Directors in Research in Medical Education, Association of American Medical Colleges