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Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (NEGEA)
The NEGEA is one of four regional groups of the AAMC's Group on Educational Affairs (GEA). Our purpose is to promote excellence in the education of medical students, residents, and physicians through the professional development of medical educators. Our regional meetings provide a forum for exchanging ideas, learning new strategies, and developing plans that may facilitate your own work and implementation of the NEGEA mission.
Please plan to attend the next Annual Educational Retreat. We encourage and welcome your participation!
2015 NEGEA Call for Collaborative Research Grant Proposals
The Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (NEGEA) supports and encourages scholarship in medical education. To help its members participate in opportunities that provide educational scholarship, the NEGEA provides funding to initiate new Medical Education Scholarship Research and Evaluation (MESRE – formerly RIME) proposals. The NEGEA will provide up to three research grants for two years. The grant award may total up to $3,000 for submissions involving one NEGEA institution and $5,000 for submissions involving the collaboration of 2 or more institutions. NEGEA also seeks to promote collaborative projects across institutions, and sections (UGME, GME, CME/CEI, and MESRE), and seeks to stimulate the development of a community of educational scholars. The results of these projects will be public and presented at a NEGEA regional meeting.
Submission Deadline: September 30, 2015
For more information and submission instructions, download the 2015 Call Guidelines
For questions, please contact Steven Rougas at NEGEAMESRE@gmail.com
View past collaborative research grant recipients
Visit the NEGEA Awards Page to view the 2015 Excellence in Medical Education Awards
New Awards for 2015
The NEGEA Distinguished Educator Award
Recognizes and honors up to two individuals from NEGEA institutions per year who have made a significant contribution over time to the field of medical education.
2015 recipient: Larrie Greenberg
George Washington university School of Medicine and Health Sciences
The NEGEA Distinguished Service and Leadership Award
Recognizes and honors up to two individuals from NEGEA institutions per year who have made a significant contribution over time to the NEGEA as an organization.
2015 recipient: Suzanne Rose
University of Connecticut School of Medicine
Award and nomination information
The NEGEA Innovation in Medical Education Award
2015 recipients: Samara Ginzburg, David Elkowitz, Robert Lucito, and Joel N.H. Stern
Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine at Hofstra University
PEARLS: A Longitudinal, Integrated Approach to Leadership Training for First and Second Year Medical Students
2015 NEGEA Excellence in Medical Education Awards
Best Poster Award
Initiation of ACE Tracker on Teaching Rounds: Assessment of Reliability and Validity
Author: Lloyd Roberts
SUNY Stony Brook School of Medicine
Best Short Communications
A Multimodal Active learning Approach to Integrating Biomedical Knowledge and Skills of the Head and Neck Region
Authors: Lee Eisner and Robin Ovitsh
SUNY Downstate College of Medicine
SOAP-V: Teaching High Value Care During Patient Care
Authors: Eileen Moser, Sara Fazio, Grace Huang, Susan Glod, Clifford Packer
Penn State College of Medicine, Harvard Medical School and Case Western Reserve School of Medicine
Measuring an Organization’s Culture of Feedback: Can it be done?
Authors: Steven Rougas and Brian Clyne
The Warren Alpert School of Medicine of Brown University
Making Faculty Development Accessible Through a Learning Management System.
Authors: Lisa Coplit, Dena Farber and Lauren Erardi
Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University
2014-2015 NEGEA Innovation in Medical Education Award: Call for Submissions
Innovation in medical education award purpose
The NEGEA supports and encourages innovation in medical education. An innovation can be the introduction or development of a new method, process, approach, or technological application that provides a solution to a problem in medical education. To recognize faculty members in NEGEA-affiliated schools who have developed an innovative approach to medical education, the NEGEA will provide one award of $3,000 to recognize an outstanding innovation in medical education. This is an award rather than a grant and as such, the winner has discretion to apply the funds for continued improvement in medical education.
The submission period closed February 1, 2015
NEGEA Scholarly Projects
The NEGEA will offer educators in our region the opportunity to submit their work for designation as an “NEGEA Designated Scholarly Project.” This designation will provide the opportunity for medical educators working on designated projects to engage more deeply with the NEGEA and be offered ways to develop and promote their work. Successful applicants for this designation will be projects that include faculty from two or more institutions within the NEGEA and that focus on a topic within the scope of medical education (e.g., curriculum, teaching methods, leadership, etc.). Through this program, we hope to foster inter-institutional scholarly collaboration, to advance the NEGEA’s mission of fostering educational scholarship and to promote NEGEA work on the national level.
Project Submission Guidelines
About the NEGEA
Carol Capello, Ph.D.
Associate Director, Office of Curriculum and Faculty Development
Associate Professor of Geriatrics Education in Medicine
Weill Cornell Medical College