Enterprise-Wide Planning: Redesigning Education
posted February 15th, 2012
The Redesigning Education committee is developing recommendations for creating a learning community that drives Duke Medicine’s global reputation for educational and clinical excellence.
Amid the rapidly changing healthcare environment, their focus will remain on best utilizing educational innovations to produce future leaders among the students, trainees, residents and fellows who comprise the vast Duke Medicine learning community.
The committee has identified four key areas of concentration – defining the responsibility for education, increasing the value of education, supporting and rewarding education, and developing innovative new opportunities for education. Each of these areas will be the focus of a committee meeting during which participants will explore each topic in-depth to evaluate how they align with the educational mission of Duke Medicine. Participants will discuss opportunities, challenges and explore potential changes that could be implemented.
Through the course of the meetings, the committee will identify concrete opportunities to enhance Duke Medicine’s educational offerings and outline specific recommendations.
Redesigning Education Goals
- Define the responsibility for education across Duke Medicine
- Make specific recommendations for increasing the value of education relative to its costs to the enterprise and intended products
- Suggest ways Duke Medicine can further support and reward educational excellence
- Identify promising innovations that should be pursued more vigorously and widely across Duke Medicine
Redesigning Education Team
Chair: Ed Buckley, M.D., Vice Dean of Medical Education
Co-Chair: Haywood Brown, M.D., Chair, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Co-Project Lead: Alex Cho, M.D.
Co-Project Lead: Tom Kaminski, MBA
Russ Hall, M.D., Chair, Department of Dermatology
Sal Pizzo, M.D., Ph.D., Chair, Department of Pathology
Aimee Zaas, M.D., Department of Medicine
Tom Owens, M.D., Department of Medicine
Kathy Grichnik, M.D., Continuing Medical Education
Bob Harrington, M.D., Director, Duke Clinical Research Institute
Len White, Ph.D., Department of Community and Family Medicine
Kathy Andolsek, M.D., Graduate Medical Education
Colleen Grochowski, Ph.D., Curricular Affairs
Justine Strand, MPH, Department of Community and Family Medicine
Jeff Taekman, M.D., Department of Anesthesiology
Bob Drucker, M.D., Pediatrics
Kathleen McGann, M.D., Infectious Diseases
Kathleen Turner, RN, MSN, School of Nursing
Krishna Udayakumar, M.D., MBA, Duke Medicine Global
Liz Delong, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics
Lloyd Michener, M.D., Chair, Department of Community and Family Medicine
Lisa Day, Ph.D., School of Nursing
Terry Valiga, Ed.D., School of Nursing
Ketan Shah, M.D., Pediatrics resident, president of ICGME
Navid Pourtaheri, Medical student, president of Davison Council
Jeff Marcus, M.D., Department of Surgery
Mike Krangel, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Immunology
Monitor Group – Amelia Dunlop
Read more about the projects, goals and teams for each objective:
Click here for a Enterprise-Wide Planning project overview.
Click here to read more about Clinical Alignment.
Click here to read more about Optimizing Research.
Click here to read more about Programs of Distinction.
Visit https://intranet.mc.duke.edu/sites/ent_plan/SitePages/Home.aspx to view an Enterprise-Wide Planning presentation by Dr. Dzau and to provide comments and questions.
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