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Past Grant Recipients-SGEA

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2016-2018 Grant Recipients

Uncovering the Impact of Feedback on Medical Student Professional Identity Formation using Autoethnography
Ashleigh Wright, MD, Project Leader- $7,440
University of Florida
(collaborating with Vanderbilt School of Medicine, McGovern Medical School, and Wake Forest University)

Creating a Quick Teamwork Assessment Scale
John Paige, MD Project Leader- $5,000
LSU Health Sciences Center – New Orleans

Establishing Minimum Competencies for Critical Care Ultrasound Among Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellows: Effect of a Longitudinal Training Program
Matthew Lammi, MD, Project Leader - $5,000
LSU Health Sciences Center – New Orleans

2015-2017 Grant Recipients

Effects of Physician Stigma on Medical Decisions 
Kathleen Crapanzano, M.D., Project Leader
LSU Health Sciences Center - Baton Rouge

Improving Resuscitation Team Function in a University Hospital: A Simulation-Enhanced, Team-Based, Inter-Professional Intervention
Lorrel Brown, M.D., Project Leader
University of Louisville School of Medicine

2014-2016 Grant Recipients

Let’s get started: Online faculty development modules for a competency based portfolio
Zareen Zaidi, M.D., Project Leader
University of Florida

2013 - 2015 Grant Recipients

Understanding patient safety attitudes and perceptions about error reporting across professions
Principle Investigator: Deborah DiazGranados, Ph.D.
Virginia Commonwealth University

What fosters professional identity development in medical school?
Principle Investigator: Denise Kay, Ph.D.
University of Central Florida

2012 - 2014 Grant Recipients

Validating a Cultural Competence Module for Medical Students
Principle Investigator: Karen Hughes Miller, Ph.D.
University of Louisville

2010 - 2012 Grant Recipients

Relationship Between Functioning of Teams in a Team Based E-learning Curriculum and the Performance of teams on a High Stakes NBME Examination
Principle Investigator: Ruth Levine, M.D.
Co-investigators: Lisa Carchedi, M.D.; Mark Townsend, M.D.; Britta Thompson, Ph.D.; Brenda Roman, M.D; Aggie Butler, Ph.D.
University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston

Effectiveness of an Interprofessional Leadership Course on Healthcare Students’ Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes Regarding Interprofessional Healthcare Teams
Principle Investigator: Richard Vari, Ph.D.
Co-investigators: David Trinkle, M.D. Patty M. Vari, Ph.D.
Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine

2009 - 2011 Grant Recipients

Assessment of Student Patient Centered Medicine Experiences During their Off-site Rotations
Principle Investigator: Steven Evans
Co-Investigators: Jane Jensen, Jennifer Brueckner, Chris Nelson
Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine

Assessing Team Skills Performance in an Interprofessionalism Simulated Learning Experience
Investigator: Donna Kern
Medical University of South Carolina

2008 - 2010 Grant Recipients

Comparing Students’ Perceptions of Teachers’ Abilities to Their Own: An Important Framing Issue for Cultural Competence Education?
Principle Investigator: Sonia J. Crandall, Ph.D., MS  Wake Forest University School of Medicine
Co-Investigators: Lynn Bickley, M.D. ,Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine; Paul Haidet, M.D., M.P.H., Baylor College of Medicine; Kofi Kondwani, Ph.D., Morehouse School of Medicine; Britta Thompson, Ph.D., M.S., Baylor College of Medicine

Pelvic Examination Skills Taught with a Pelvic Exam Simulator and with Genital Teaching Associates
Investigator: Brenda Seago, M.L.S., M.A.
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Residents as Teachers and Leaders (RATL): The Acceptability, Flexibility and Usability of Self-Learning Modules in Various Teaching Institutions
Investigator: Charlene M. Dewey, M.D., M.Ed., F.A.C.P.
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

2007 - 2009 Grant Recipients

Evaluation of a Sleep Disorders Module for Pediatric Residents
Investigator: Marney Gundlach, M.D., M.P.H.
Baylor College of Medicine

PDA Use in Medical Education: A Multi-site Study of Medical Student, Resident, and Patient Perceptions
Principle Investigator: Pradip Patel, M.D.
Co-Investigators: Ruth Greenberg Ph.D., Karen Hughes Miller, Ph.D., Mary B. Carter, M.D., Ph.D., Craig Ziegler, M.S
University of Louisville School of Medicine

2006 - 2008 Grant Recipients

Assessment of Podcasting as a Delivery Mode for Teaching Note-Taking to First-Year
Principle Investigator: Kathryn McMahon, Ph.D.
Co-Investigators: Betsy Goebel Jones, Ed.D., Tommie Farrell, M.D.
Texas Tech University Paul L. Foster School of Medicine

Assessment of Residents' Skill in Recognizing and Reacting to Patient Existential Suffering
Investigator: Lee Grumbles, M.D.
University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston

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