Harvard Macy Community Blog

Fostering the ongoing connectedness of health professions educators committed to transforming health care delivery and education.
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Arianne “Cuff” Baker, MD (Program for Post-Graduate Trainees ‘18) is a pediatrician and medical educator. Cuff currently holds a position as Chief Resident in Pediatrics at Massachusetts General Hospital. Cuff’s areas of professional interest include leadership, autonomy, and curricular development. She can be reached via LinkedIn or email.

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Sarah Mills, MD, MPH (Educators, ’19) is a medical educator and palliative care physician. Sarah is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine and Assistant Program Director of the Palliative Care Fellowship at Dell Medical School. Sarah’s area of professional interest include patient communication, end of life care, unconscious bias in healthcare, and how those three aspects interplay to affect patient care. Sarah can be followed on Twitter or contacted via email.

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Cecile M. Foshee, PhD, is a medical educator who currently serves as Director of GME Learning Innovation, Director of the Master of Education in Health Professions Education, and co-director of the Office of Interprofessional Learning at Cleveland Clinic. She also holds faculty appointments at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland State University. Cecile has taught in the Harvard Macy Institute Health Care Education 2.0 course since 2017. Her areas of professional interest include interprofessional education, the clinical learning environment, and informal learning. Cecile can be followed on Twitter and/or LinkedIn, and/or email.

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Alexandra J. Greenberg-Worisek, PhD, MPH  (Leaders ’19) is a biomedical research educator, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science, and Associate Director for Graduate Curriculum in the Center for Clinical and Translational Science at Mayo Clinic. Alexandra’s areas of professional interest include experiential learning in research education, diversity and inclusion in biomedical research, and the digital divide in health information technology. Alexandra can be followed on Twitter and LinkedIn, or contacted via email.

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Jessica Trier, MD, FRCPC, CSCN Diplomate (EMG) (Assessment ’18; Educators ’19) is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. She is the CBME Lead and Undergraduate Medical Education Director for the Department. Jessica’s areas of professional interest include feedback, coaching, and mentorship. Jessica can be followed on Twitter and/or LinkedIn or contacted via email.