Providing successful faculty development to graduate medical education program directors.

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2017-09-11

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Nagler, Alisa, Kathryn M Andolsek, Mariah Rudd and Catherine M Kuhn (2017). Providing successful faculty development to graduate medical education program directors. International journal of medical education, 8. pp. 324–325. 10.5116/ijme.59a9.73cc Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/17840.

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Andolsek

Kathryn Marijoan Andolsek

Professor in Family Medicine and Community Health

My career focuses on interprofessional medical education, and collaboration in community and population health.  These are critically important areas with tremendous potential for creativity, innovation, and learning from one another.  These are also strategic tools to advance health equity.

Kuhn

Catherine Kuhn

Professor of Anesthesiology

My research interests are related to Graduate Medical Education, including pre-matriculation predictors of success in GME, the impact of faculty development for GME, and methods to improve the learning environment, including addressing resident and fellow well-being.


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