Harvard Macy Community Blog

Fostering the ongoing connectedness of health professions educators committed to transforming health care delivery and education.
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Sandra Keller, PhD is a work and organizational psychologist. Sandra currently holds a position as a postdoctoral research fellow at the Bern University Hospital in Switzerland. Sandra’s areas of professional interest include teamwork and tensions in the operating room. Sandra can be followed on LinkedIn or e-mail.

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Sarah Perez McAdoo, MD, MPH (Leaders ’20) is a Public Health Physician and Medical Educator in community health and health equity. Sarah  currently holds a position as the Population Health Capstone Director at the University of Massachusetts – Baystate. Sarah’s areas of professional interest include innovation in health equity solutions, community engagement and collaboration. Sarah can be followed on Twitter, LinkedIn, or contacted via email.

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Katherine (Katie) Schultz, MD is a medical educator and clinical fellow in Pediatric Rheumatology at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Katie’s areas of professional interest include addressing the impending pediatric rheumatology physician shortage, making consultation effective and efficient, and the use of gamification for teaching musculoskeletal history and exam taking skills. Katie can be followed on Twitter.


 

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Reem Jasem Alansari, MD, (Educators ’20; Leaders ’20) is a radiologist and second year Master’s in Medical Education student at Harvard Medical School. Reem currently holds a position as instructor at the Arabian Gulf University in Bahrain. Reem’s areas of professional interest include clinical simulation and psychological safety. Reem can be followed on Twitter or LinkedIn.

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The Harvard Macy Podcast aims to connect our Harvard Macy community and to develop our interests in health professions education topics and literature. Hosted by our Program for Educators in the Health Professions course faculty Victoria Brazil.