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Past recipients- AME Mentored Innovations Grant

2019-2020 AME Medical Education Grant

The Neighborhood Table
Patricia Fitzgibbons, MD- PI
Joseph LeMaster, MD, MPH- Co-PI/AME Mentor
Department of Family Medicine
Kansas City

Introduction of High Value Care in Preclinical Years Through PBL
Megan Krause, MD- PI
Gary Doolittle, MD- AME Mentor
Department of Internal Medicine
Kansas City

Online Infectious Diseases Subspecialty Curriculum: closing the education gap
Jessica Newman, DO- PI
Isaac Opole, MD, PhD- AME Mentor
Department of Internal Medicine
Kansas City

Use of web-based 3D interactive anatomy to enhance student learning
Brenda Rongish, PhD- PI
Peter DiPasco, MD- AME Mentor
Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology

2018-2019 AME Medical Education Grant

Evaluating cultural and structural competence: impact of the ACE curriculum and PBL group diversity
Joseph LeMaster, MD, MPH- PI
Department of Family Medicine
Kansas City

ACE v. Legacy: Impact of Pre-Clinical Curricula on Impostor Syndrome in Third Year Medical Students
Beth Levant, PhD- PI
Department of Pharmacology, Toxicology and Therapeutics
Kansas City

Understanding the Impact of Year 1 of the ACE Curriculum from the Perspectives of Frontline Teachers and Leadership: A Qualitative Study
Joanna Brooks, PhD, MBE- PI
Department of Health Policy & Management
Kansas City

2017-2018 AME Medical Education Grant

Interactive, personalized and flipped classroom simulation experiences utilizing hemodynamic monitoring for medical education
Brigid Flynn, MD
Department of Anesthesiology
Kansas City

Student Perspectives on the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP)
Kari Nilsen, PhD
Department of Family & Community Medicine

The Immersive Learning Experience: building an interprofessional, multi-location addiction medicine clinic into family medicine clerkship
Laurel Witt, MD
Department of Family Medicine
Kansas City

2016-2017 AME Medical Education Grant

Competency in Performing a Basic Head & Neck Examination
Carrie L. Francis, MD
Department of Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery
Kansas City

Mapping the Gaps in Medical Education: Development of a Curricular Thread to Address Unconscious Bias
Jana K. Zaudke, MD, MA
Department of Family Medicine
Kansas City

Last modified: Mar 11, 2020