2019-2021 Teaching & Research Scholars Capstone

2019-2021 MedStar Health Teaching & Research Scholars

Capstone Program

May 20, 2021

Join us on May 20 to celebrate education, innovation, and scholarship from our Teaching & Research Scholars. The agenda below includes links to posters and Zoom links for the presentations. 

View the program here.

View Teaching & Research Scholar Alumni Accomplishments.

If you have any questions, please contact Allison Selman-Lovell at [email protected].

3:30 - 5:00 pm

Poster Presentations

Click here to view all posters and videos.   

Research Scholars (3:30 - 4:00 pm)

Graduating Teaching Scholars (4:00 - 4:30 pm)

First-Year Teaching Scholars (4:30 - 5:00 pm)

5:00 – 6:30 pm

Oral Presentations                                                                  

Click here to view the Zoom recordings of the presentations.

  • Teaching Scholars Presentation
    Heather Hartman-Hall, PhD; MFSMC Medicine
    “We don’t really talk about it.” Role modeling and coping with patient deaths in the ICU
  • Research Scholars Presentation
    Pashna Munshi, MD; MGUH Hematology/Oncology
    “We’re In This Together: Self-Preparedness,  Caregiver Burden, and Patient-Reported Outcomes in Patient/Caregiver Dyads in the Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation Setting”

 

The MedStar Teaching Scholars Program is a two-year longitudinal program leading to Medical Education Research Certification (MERC) and Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) certification. The program is led by MedStar Health Academic Affairs and MedStar Health Research Institute, in conjunction with the Association of American Medical Colleges, and has been in place since 2009. The heart of the program is teaching clinician educators from across MedStar Health how to apply research principles to medical education; become informed consumers of the medical education research literature; to be effective collaborators in medical education research; and to develop as a leader in academic medicine.

The MedStar Research Scholars Program supports the development of our clinicians who seek careers with an important focus on clinical and translational research, in large part by addressing critical needs for research mentorship and critical feedback in project design, analysis, and presentation. Ideal Research Scholar applicants are early career MedStar clinicians seeking to develop significant personal scholarship in clinical or translational research, but with limited past research experience, or with research experience in another field, who now seek to become independent, extramurally-supported clinical investigators. MedStar Health Research Institute, MedStar Health Academic Affairs, and the Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational Science are pleased to offer this Research Career Development program to our clinical and junior research colleagues.

If you have any questions, please contact Allison Selman-Lovell at [email protected].