Mayo Clinic Office of Applied Scholarship and Education Science announces 2018 Endowment for Education Research Awards

The Mayo Clinic Office of Applied Scholarship and Education Science announced recipients of 2018 Endowment for Education Research Awards. These tiered awards are used to increase the value of Mayo’s educational programs, contribute to the science of education, develop the academic careers of Mayo educators, and make meaningful contributions to biomedical and health science education literature.

"Understanding Educators' Process for Procedural Takeovers: A Qualitative Study"
Sarah Dodd, M.D. (I-1 '13, ANES '16)
Division of Multispecialty Anesthesia
Department of Anesthesiology
Assistant professor of anesthesiology
Mayo Clinic Rochester

"Understanding Educators' Process for Procedural Takeovers: A Qualitative Study"
Lauren Licatino, M.D. (I-1 '13, ANES '16)
Division of Central Anesthesia
Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine
Assistant professor of anesthesiology
Mayo Clinic Rochester

"Bronchoscopy Assessment of Fellows in the Intensive Care Unit: Creation and Validation of the Mayo Bronchoscopy Assessment Measure (MBAM - 6)"
Diana Kelm, M.D. (I '13, CMR '14, THDCC '17)
Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Department of Medicine
Assistant professor of medicine
Mayo Clinic Rochester

"Professional Identity Formation in Early Career Physicians: A Qualitative Study Exploring the Relationship Between Professional Identity Formation, Identity Erosion, and Burnout"
Brianna Vaa, M.D. (MED '12, I '15)
Division of General Internal Medicine
Department of Medicine
Assistant professor of medicine
Mayo Clinic Rochester

"Patient-Centered Outcomes Following Implementation of a Comprehensive Point-of-Care Ultrasound Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents: An Exploratory Study"
Michael Boniface, M.D. (EM '15)
Department of Emergency Medicine
Instructor in emergency medicine
Mayo Clinic Florida

"Learning in 4D: Simulation, 3D Printing, and the Future of Skull Base Education"
MIchael Link, M.D. (MED '90, NS '96)
Department of Neurologic Surgery
Professor of neurosurgery
Mayo Clinic Rochester

"How Do Residents Learn Within the Interprofessional Team Setting of the Medical Intensive Care Unit? A Qualitative Study"
Alexander Niven, M.D. (THDCC '16)
Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Department of Medicine
Associate professor of medicine
Mayo Clinic Rochester

"Enhancing Mayo Clinic General Surgery Program Through Proficiency-Based Training"
Mariela Rivera, M.D. (CCMS '11)
Division of Trauma, Critical Care & General Surgery
Department of Surgery
Assistant professor of surgery
Mayo Clinic Rochester

 

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