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Schoen W. Kruse, Ph.D., has been a medical educator for almost 10 years.  He joined Kansas City University in June of 2014 as Assistant Dean and Associate Professor of Pharmacology.  Dr. Kruse has a history of working with both learners and educators to improve medical curriculum and student outcomes.  He has helped transition the curriculum at two osteopathic medical schools to emphasize application, adult-learning theory, and life-long learning.  Dr. Kruse teaches pharmacology and recently created a new course that teaches future physicians how to teach based on learning theory and learning principles.  He was recently inducted as a fellow in the National Academy of Osteopathic Medical Educators (NAOME).  Dr. Kruse completed the Harvard Macy Institute Program for Educators in Health Professions in 2015.


You can find him on Twitter: @schoenkruse

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Gina Luciano, MD, FACP is a 2011 Harvard Macy Program for Educators in Health Professions scholar and is currently the co-director of the Baystate Primary Care Residency Program. She has a passion for working with the underserved and is a clinician-educator at High Street Health Center.


 


 

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Darshana Shah, PhD. (Leading Innovations in Healthcare and Education, 2004) is Professor of Pathology and Associate Dean for the Office of Faculty Advancement at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. She is the Founding Editor-in-Chief of the Marshall Journal of Medicine (MJM) Darshana’s areas of professional interest include faculty vitality and retention. You can follow her on LinkedIn or Twitter @DarshanaShah.

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