Harvard Macy Community Blog

Fostering the ongoing connectedness of health professions educators committed to transforming health care delivery and education.
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Carlos Torres, MD, (Educators ’20), is a medical educator and a pediatrician. Carlos currently holds a position as Faculty Advisor in Office of Recruitment and Multicultural Affairs (ORMA) at Harvard Medical School and Associate Director of Diversity and Equity at MassGeneral Hospital for Children. Carlos’ area of professional interest include cross-cultural care, working with underserved communities, and fostering resiliency. Carlos can be contacted via email.  

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Carrie Kelly, MD, FAAP (Educators’ 21) is a medical educator and pediatrician. She is currently Assistant Professor at the Augusta University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership in Athens, Georgia. Carrie’s areas of professional interest include professional identity formation, integrating social media into education, and art in medical education. Carrie can be followed on Twitter or contacted via email.

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Cecile M. Foshee, PhD, is a medical educator who currently serves as Director of GME Learning Innovation, Director of the Master of Education in Health Professions Education, and co-director of the Office of Interprofessional Learning at Cleveland Clinic. She also holds faculty appointments at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland State University. Cecile has taught in the Harvard Macy Institute Health Care Education 2.0 course since 2017. Her areas of professional interest include interprofessional education, the clinical learning environment, and informal learning. Cecile can be followed on Twitter and/or LinkedIn, and/or email.

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Charles Charman, MD, FHM (Educators, ‘21) is a health professions educator at the University of Washington School of Medicine where he holds a position as Clinical Instructor. He is also serves as Medical Director for the Compass and Emerging Leaders programs at Sound Physicians group. His professional interests include basic sciences teaching in undergraduate medical education, leadership development for health professionals, and assertive communication skills. Charlie can be followed on LinkedIn.

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Dr. Stewart-Patterson has practiced Occupational Medicine since 1989, specializing in fitness to work evaluations for safety critical/sensitive occupations such as police, firefighters, correction officers, sheriffs and railway personnel. He is an instructor for the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine lecturing on assessment of disability and fitness to work and clinical instructor in the Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia.et