Harvard Macy Community Blog

Fostering the ongoing connectedness of health professions educators committed to transforming health care delivery and education.
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Dr. Alice Fornari Ed.D., RDN. is Associate Dean for Educational Skills Development and Professor of Science Education, Occupation Health and Family Medicine at Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine.  Dr. Fornari focuses on faculty development for the Norhwell Health organization community of faculty, residents and fellows. Her current work passion is developing interprofessional mentoring skills of clinicians. In her spare time, you can find her traveling, cycling and eating healthy food.  You can download the IAMSE Active Learning Manuel on the IAMSE website by clicking here.

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Alyssa Laxer is an Undergraduate Health Sciences Major at Northeastern University and a certified nursing assistant. Alyssa aspires to pursue a career as a physician assistant and is currently applying to programs for Fall 2020. 


 

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Ambrose Cheng, MD (Educators ’11) is an Associate Program Director for the National Psychiatry Residency Program in Singapore. He is actively involved in undergraduate and postgraduate training. He is interested in learning, neuroscience, and culture. Ambrose can be reached at ambrosecscheng@gmail.com

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Ameera Cluntun, MBBS, SBEM (Educators ‘17, 2.0 ’17, Assessment ’18) is an emergency physician and medical educator. She currently serves as Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of Education at the Simulation and Skills Development Center at Princess Nourah University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Ameera’s areas of professional interest include simulation and interprofessional education. She can be followed on Twitter @AmeeraCluntun

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Dr Amelia Crabtree (MBBS, FRACP) is a Geriatrician at Alfred Health in Melbourne, Australia. Her passion for improvement and innovation is often reflected in her sketch-notes, which she posts on twitter @crabtree_amelia when she thinks they are good enough to share!