Congratulations to Duke AHEAD member Sarah Bean, MD who was accepted in the AAMC's LEAD program for the SGEA region. Dr. Bean was selected through a rigorous peer review process as one of only 16 fellows.
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Congratulations to the 2015 Duke AHEAD grant awardees! Full proposals can be found here.
Would you like help in moving your educational project forward, but have limited time? The Interdisciplinary Step-back Workshop may be the answer. We are offering a two-hour workshop where educators can receive robust feedback on their own educational projects. This workshop is ideal for those
Do you precept health professions learners? Are you interested in tips and techniques to enhance your teaching?
As a result of the the Duke AHEAD Writing Bootcamp, Dr. Mahmoud Kaddoura has recently had the article "Perceived Benefits and Challenges of Repeated Exposure to High Fidelity Simulation Experiences of First Degree Accelerated BSN Students" accepted for publication in Nurse Education Today.
An essay on Steering Committee member Len White's experiences teaching a medical MOOC. Full article here.
Duke AHEAD Health Professions Education Day:
Meeting the Unique Needs of Diverse Learners
September 18, 2015
Duke University School of Medicine has won third place in the 3rd Annual Memmys – the national music video contest for student-produced videos from health professional students hosted by the University of South Carolina School of Medicine.
Alli Webb, MD, Duke AHEAD associate steering committee member recently presented a poster at the Southern Group on Educational Affairs regional meeting in Charlotte, NC. The poster is titled "Innovating Beyond Faculty Development Academies: Duke health professions students and trainees pioneer