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    CGEA Collaborative Grant

    The Central Group on Educational Affairs (CGEA) Collaborative Grant promotes scholarship in medical education and advances the community of scholarship within the Central region. Priority is given to multi-institutional projects that foster collaborations among UGME, GME, CEI, and MESRE members. Consistent with the requirements of scholarship, the results of these projects must be made public, available for peer review, and available for others to build upon. Call for Proposals 

    Grant Recipients in Prior Years



    Larry Gruppen, The Trajectory of Funding and Quality of Medical Education Research in the 21st Century

    Kendalle Cobb, Exploration of the Effects of Medical Student Race and Gender on Patient Perceptions of Training and Reported Comfort in Hypothetical Encounters

    Celia Laird O’Brien, Evaluating the Portfolio’s Ability To Identify Behavioral Patterns In Medical Students That Impact Clerkship Performance


    Wei Wei Lee, Hey Doc, Pay Attention to Me: Teaching Relationship-Centered Electronic Medical School Record Use to Faculty

    Giulia Bonaminio, The Missing Voices: Medical Student Perceptions and Concerns about Active Learning Strategies


    Jennifer Mendez, A Survey for Basic Requirements (Curriculum) Of Student Run Free Clinics At CGEA Schools

    Sabrina Neeley,  Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, And Transgender Health Disparities: Fostering Inclusion in The Medical Student Curriculum


    Liselotte Dyrbye,  A one-year multi-center, longitudinal study exploring the factors that shape medical students' experience and self-care practices


    Beth Liston, Evaluating the Efficacy Of A Web-Based Curriculum In Teaching Patient Handoffs Across Disciplines And Institutions


    Linnea Hauge, Assessing the Effectiveness of a Surgery Intern Preparedness Course: A Survey of Learners and Their Clinical Supervisors

    Elizabeth Baker and Cynthia Ledford, Collaborating to Improve Methods for Teaching and Assessing Diagnostic Reasoning in 3rd year Medical Students


    Kathryn Huggett, Do Audition Electives Improve Competitiveness in the National Residency Matching Program?


    Stephanie Donnelly and Reed William, Using Benchmarks to Improve Surgical Skill Self Assessment


    Denise Gibson, Readiness To Advise And Be Advised: Is There A Mismatch In Expectations Between Medical Students And Their Faculty Advisors


    Dorothy Andriole, The Non-Traditional Medical Graduate


    Karen Connell, Using an ACGME Competency-Based Assessment System For Faculty And Resident Development

    Janet Lindemann, Advancing Collaboration in Clinical Skills Evaluation: A Proposal for an International Coalition

    Mark Albanese, Comparison of Statistical Methods For Deriving MCAT And GPA Thresholds For Medical School Admissions


    Jonathan Flegel, An inter-institutional study to evaluate EBM skills with web-based OSCE


    Bruce Morgenstern, An Evaluation of Medical School Prerequisites: Which Courses Optimize Preparation Of The Medical Student For Medical Practice In The 21st Century

    Timothy Hickman, Increasing Faculty Cultural Competency Using A Trainer Of Trainers Model


    Linda Distlehorst, A Comprehensive Literature Review: Assessing the Good Doctor