Visiting Professor Series
November 3 @ 12:10 pm - 1:25 pm
The Collaboration for InterProfessional Health Education Research & Scholarship (CIPHERS) Visiting Professor Series hosts Dr. Grace C. Huang on Tuesday, November 3.
“What it Takes These Days to Publish in Medical Education: Cultivating Scholarship from Seeds of Ideas” featuring Grace C. Huang, MD
When: Tuesday, November 3, 12:10 p.m. – 1:25 p .m.
Watch on Zoom
Dr. Grace C. Huang is an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School (HMS) and a hospitalist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in Boston.
She holds several leadership roles overseeing faculty professional development and promotion, as Vice Chair for Career Development and Mentoring for the Department of Medicine at BIDMC, Director of the Office of Academic Careers and Faculty Development, Director of the Rabkin Fellowship in Medical Education, and Co-Director of the BIDMC Academy of Medical Educators.
Dr. Huang has been involved with MedEdPORTAL since its inception in 2005, having served for many years as an associate editor and an editorial board member. She has won many national awards for peer review, in addition to publishing extensively in the medical education literature on procedural training, critical thinking, simulation, and high value care. She also serves on the editorial board of Academic Medicine.
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT CIPHERS:
The Collaboration for InterProfessional Health Education Research & Scholarship (CIPHERS) is an initiative to facilitate scholarship, research, and mentorship related to health professions education. Located in the Washington State University’s Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, CIPHERS aims to engage interprofessional colleagues across WSU, in the Health Sciences and beyond. Launched in November, 2020, the overarching goal of the collaboration is to foster faculty and student engagement in scholarly inquiry and to enable dissemination of educational innovations through presentations and publication. Founding director Dr. Dawn DeWitt endeavors to support faculty as they aim to develop their skills in educational research and scholarship. CIPHERS aspires to become a place where scholars can share ideas, expand collegial networks, and collaborate on projects. CIPHERS acknowledges the support of the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine’s Founding Dean, Dr. John Tomkowiak, and Dr. John Roll, Professor and Associate Vice President for Strategic Research Initiatives, WSU Health Sciences.
To learn about ways in which CIPHERS can support your scholarly interests, please send an email to: email@example.com.