Harvard Macy Community Blog

Fostering the ongoing connectedness of health professions educators committed to transforming health care delivery and education.
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Attila Nemeth, MD, (Educators’ 21) is a medical educator and Internal Medicine hospitalist. Attila is currently Associate Professor at the VA Northeast Ohio Healthcare System and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Attila’s areas of professional interest include faculty development, mentorship and medical education. Attila can be followed on Twitter or contacted via email.

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Kristina Dzara, PhD, MMSc (Educators ‘16, Assessment ’16; Healthcare 2.0 ’17), is a PhD Medical Educator and Instructor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School, Educational Research Associate at Massachusetts General Hospital, Part-time Lecturer at Northeastern University in the Bouvé College of Health Sciences, Social Media Program Manager at the Brigham Education Institute, and Harvard Macy Institute’s Social Media Strategist. Kristina’s areas of professional interest include program evaluation, learner assessment, curriculum development, and the use of social media in medical education. Kristina can be followed on Twitter or LinkedIn.


 

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Subha Ramani, MBBS, MPH, MMEd, PhD, FAMEE (Educators, ‘05; Assessment, ‘08; Leaders, ‘09; 2.0, ‘18) is a General Internist and Education specialist. Subha is Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She also serves as the Leader of Research and Scholarship for the Harvard Macy Institute. Subha’s areas of professional interest include qualitative research, curriculum design, assessment, feedback and faculty development. Subha can be followed on Twitter or contacted via email.


 

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Stephanie Mann, MD (Educators ’18, Assessment ’18) is a Maternal Fetal Medicine physician and Associate Dean for the Clinical Curriculum at the University of Toledo College of Medicine. She is also in the MS-HPEd program (’19) at the MGH Institute for Health Professions. Stephanie’s educational and research focus is on optimizing curriculum development to facilitate teaching the different competencies of Health Systems Science across the continuum. She has received institutional support for Health Systems Science curriculum initiatives in the undergraduate and graduate medical education settings and for national dissemination through the Association of Professors in Gynecology and Obstetrics (APGO). Stephanie can be contacted via email.