Leaders in Nursing Education: Dr. Marilyn Oermann, Editor-in-Chief of Nurse Educator

Dr. Oermann serves as Professor of Nursing and Director of Evaluation and Education Research at Duke University. She also holds positions as Editor-in-Chief of Nurse Educator and and serves as an Editor for the Journal of Nursing Care Quality. She has co-authored over 15 books and over 140 journal articles. We are excited to feature … Continue reading “Leaders in Nursing Education: Dr. Marilyn Oermann, Editor-in-Chief of Nurse Educator”

Leaders in Medical Education: Dr. Alexander Djuricich, Associate Dean for Continuing Medical Education at Indiana University

Dr. Alexander Djuricich is Associate Dean for Continuing Medical Education (CME), and a Program Director in Medicine-Pediatrics at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis. His areas of interest include quality improvement and patient safety, competency assessment, how doctors think and learn, physician involvement in social media, and medical education for residents and faculty. He … Continue reading “Leaders in Medical Education: Dr. Alexander Djuricich, Associate Dean for Continuing Medical Education at Indiana University”

Leaders in Medical Education: Dr. Joyce Lee, Co-Director Program in Mobile Technology for Enhancing Child Health

Dr. Joyce Lee is a pediatrician at the University of Michigan. She is a diabetes specialist as well has a health services researcher. She is an avid user of social media and has her own website, joyceisplayingontheinter.net. She interested in how to use mobile technologies in healthcare and we were thrilled to speak with Dr. Lee … Continue reading “Leaders in Medical Education: Dr. Joyce Lee, Co-Director Program in Mobile Technology for Enhancing Child Health”

Leaders in Medical Education: Dr. Hugh Taylor, President of the International Council of Ophthalmology

Dr. Hugh Taylor is a decorated Ophthalmologist having written multiple books and published many papers. He has also won many prestigious awards including The Lifetime Achievement Award by the American Academy of Ophthalmology. He is currently President of the International Council of Ophthalmology, an organization that works to increase ophthalmic education and improve access to eye … Continue reading “Leaders in Medical Education: Dr. Hugh Taylor, President of the International Council of Ophthalmology”

Leaders in Medical Education: Dr. Rafael Grossmann, The Google Glass Surgeon

Dr. Grossmann MD, FACS, is a General Surgeon, with interest in Trauma, Advanced Laparoscopy and Robotic Assisted (multi-port and single-port) surgery. He is heavily involved in technological innovation within healthcare. He is a strong advocate in the potential of Google Glass in helping improve healthcare in the United States and globally. He has had the opportunity … Continue reading “Leaders in Medical Education: Dr. Rafael Grossmann, The Google Glass Surgeon”

Leaders in Medical Education: Dr. Marc Triola, Director for the Institute for Innovations in Medical Education at New York University

Dr. Marc Triola is an Internist, an Associate Professor of Medicine at NYU School of Medicine. the Associate Dean for Educational Informatics at NYU, and the Director of the Institute for Innovation in Medical Education at NYU. He has previously spoken at TEDMED, speaking on if “Medical School can be a ‘Fantastic Voyage.” He is … Continue reading “Leaders in Medical Education: Dr. Marc Triola, Director for the Institute for Innovations in Medical Education at New York University”

Leaders in Medical Education: Dr. Sujay Kansagra, Author

Dr. Sujay Kansagra is a Pediatric Neurologist. He serves as Director of the Pediatrics Neurology Sleep Medicine Program and is Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Duke University. He also authored the books Why Medicine?: And 500 Other Questions for the Medical School and Residency Interviews  and Everything I Learned in Medical School: Besides All the Book Stuff. He … Continue reading “Leaders in Medical Education: Dr. Sujay Kansagra, Author”