Harvard Macy Community Blog

Fostering the ongoing connectedness of health professions educators committed to transforming health care delivery and education.
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Priti L. Mishall, MD, MBBS, PGCertME (2.0, ’17) is a medical educator with expertise in human anatomy, embryology, histology and neuroanatomy. She currently holds a position as Assistant Professor in the Departments of Anatomy and Structural Biology and Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Priti’s areas of professional interest include blended and online learning, curriculum development, and anatomical variations. Priti can be followed on Twitter and LinkedIn or contacted via email.

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Julie A. Bridges, B.S., M.S. Ed., Ph.D. (Assessment, ’18) is an instructional designer for clinical education and also teaches the Applied Learning Theory course in the doctoral program in Medical and Health Professions Education at Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Virginia. Julie’s professional interests include generative learning, cognitive load, wellness, and serving as the assistant editor of the online Journal of Applied Instructional Design. Julie can be followed on LinkedIn, Twitter, or contacted via email.


 

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Anthony R. Artino, Jr., PhD, is a health professions educator and researcher; he is also a Captain in the U.S. Navy. Tony currently serves as Professor and Deputy Director for the Graduate Programs in Health Professions Education in the Department of Medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. Tony’s areas of professional interest include survey design, self-regulated learning, and the responsible conduct of research. Tony can be followed on Twitter or LinkedIn.

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James Hudspeth, MD, FACP (Educators’ 16, Leadership ‘18) is an internist, hospitalist, medical educator, and Assistant Professor at Boston University School of Medicine. His professional interests include teaching global health to residents in the US, supporting graduate medical education in low- and middle-income countries, and improving education in hospital settings. He can be followed on Twitter or contacted via email.

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Stephanie Mann, MD (Educators ’18, Assessment ’18) is a Maternal Fetal Medicine physician and Associate Dean for the Clinical Curriculum at the University of Toledo College of Medicine. She is also in the MS-HPEd program (’19) at the MGH Institute for Health Professions. Stephanie’s educational and research focus is on optimizing curriculum development to facilitate teaching the different competencies of Health Systems Science across the continuum. She has received institutional support for Health Systems Science curriculum initiatives in the undergraduate and graduate medical education settings and for national dissemination through the Association of Professors in Gynecology and Obstetrics (APGO). Stephanie can be contacted via email.