We are excited to offer an opportunity for faculty who are interested in health professions education as a career to apply for our Certificate in Health Professions Education & Teaching.
Three scholarships are available for the nationally-recognized “Teaching and Leading Evidence-Based Medicine” Workshop, which will be held at Duke Medicine from April 2nd – April 5th, 2019.
Duke AHEAD is proud to announce that through the DASHE (Duke AHEAD Supporting Health Professions Educators), funding is available for two of our members to participate in the AAMC LEAD Certificate program. We have a very brief application that you’ll need to fill out below. The Deadline for thi
Steering Committee member and AHEAD Fellow, Dr. Deborah Engle has been promoted to Associate Professor of the Practice of Medical Education. Dr.
Our own Margie Molloy, DNP was selected as this week's Blue Devil of the Week featured in Working@Duke. Dr.
Duke AHEAD is excited to announce the recipients of the 3rd annual Interprofessional Excellence Award for professionals and staff. Congratulations to Kathy Andolsek, MD, MPH and Poonam Sharma, MD.
The Medical Professionalism Project is a short film series and CME course that explores ethics and professionalism in healthcare through the lens of behavioral science.
Accessing the course is very simple!
At this year’s 5th annual Education Day, the 2018 Duke AHEAD grant recipients were announced. This year 5 projects were funded totaling $36,350. See below for project descriptions and investigators and collaborators.
Armstrong, who served Duke University School of Medicine for more than 20 years as associate dean for admissions and most recently as senior associate dean for student diversity, recruitment, and retention, died October 7, 2018, at age 69.