Attend the 2019 Teaching Scholars Program Graduates' Scholarly Presentations on September 10
Congratulations to the 2019 Teaching Scholars Program Graduates! The UCSF education community is invited to attend as the graduating 2019 Teaching Scholars present their scholarly work in education in a mini-orals format.
- Register online to attend - Tuesday, September 10, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the UCSF Library, 530 Parnassus Ave, Room CL 220/223.
- Also, please register if you wish to attend the graduation following the presentations.
The Teaching Scholars Program (TSP) is a yearlong program in health professions education and education scholarship. It is accessible to faculty from all UCSF professional schools through a competitive application process.
TSP Class of 2019 Scholarly Projects:
- Alexandra Brown, MD, Neurology - Moving towards Competency-Based Medical Student Assessment on the Neurology Clerkship
- Lundy Campbell, MD, Anesthesia - Case-based Teaching of Cardiac Anesthesiology to Residents and Fellows in Uganda
- Jose Gurrola II, MD, Otolaryngology – Faculty Perceptions with Teaching Rigid Nasal Endoscopy
- Derek Harmon, PhD, Anatomy - The Efficacy of and Anatomy and Ultrasonography Workshop on Improving Residents’ Confidence in Regional Anesthesia
- Cathy Lomen-Hoerth, MD, PhD, Neurology - ARCH Weeks
- Stephanie Hsia, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacy - Pharmacy Students Readiness for Experiential Learning
- Elizabeth Imbert, MD, MPH, Medicine, Hospitalists - Implementation of Relationship-Centered Communication: The Development of Curriculum for Early Learners
- Biftu Mengesha, MD, MAS, Ob-Gyn, Racial Bias in Ob/Gyn GME Milestones
- Amanda Peacock, RN, DNP, NP, Community Health Systems - Needs Assessment for the Technology in Online Learning in SON
- Miranda Surjadi, RN, MS, ANP, Community Health Systems - Needs Assessment for the Technology in Online Learning in SON
- Manuel Tapia, MD, MPH, Family and Community Medicine - Mentoring Impact in UME Program
- Paul Toogood, MD, Orthopaedic Surgery, ZSFG - Comparison of Engagement between Didactic Lecture and Cased Based Learning in an Orthopedic Anatomy Curriculum
- Susan Wlodarczyk, MD, Medicine-Hospitalists - Student and Faculty Perceptions of the Impact of a QEQ-based Program of Assessment
- Tali Ziv, MD, Medicine-Kaiser Oakland - The Impact of Assessing Student Advocacy on Behalf of Patients in UCSF Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships