Collaboration, scholarship, and development. 

 

Our medical education fellowship helps position fellows to become successful academic faculty. Publication is just one measure of this success. Brown's medical education fellows and faculty have collaborated to further the field of education scholarship, both within emergency medicine and beyond.

The following is just a sample of our work:

Brooks, K. C., Rougas, S., & George, P. (2016). When Race Matters on the Wards: Talking About Racial Health Disparities and Racism in the Clinical Setting. MedEdPORTAL, 12(1). 

Choo, E. K., Fernandez, R., Hayden, E. M., Schneider, J. I., Clyne, B., Ginsburg, S., & Gruppen, L. D. (2012). An agenda for increasing grant funding of emergency medicine education research. Academic Emergency Medicine, 19, 1434–1441.

Cloutier, R. L., Mistry, R. D., Cico, S., Merritt, C., Lam, S. H. F., Auerbach, M., … Walthall, J. (2017, June 1). Keeping Up With the Kids: Diffusion of Innovation in Pediatric Emergency Medicine Among Emergency Physicians. (T. Jang, Ed.), Academic Emergency Medicine.

Clyne, B. (2012, February). Multitasking in emergency medicine. Academic Emergency Medicine. 

Clyne, B., Rapoza, B., & George, P. (2015). Leadership in Undergraduate Medical Education: Training Future Physician Leaders. Rhode Island Medical Journal (2013), 98(9), 36–40.

Coates, W. C., Runde, D. P., Yarris, L. M., Rougas, S., Guth, T. A., Santen, S. A., … Jordan, J. (2016). Creating a Cadre of Fellowship-Trained Medical Educators: A Qualitative Study of Faculty Development Program Leaders’ Perspectives and Advice. Academic Medicine, 91(12), 1696–1704. 

Daniel, M., Fowler, R., Merritt, C., Raukar, N., Sutton, E., Allen, G., & Clyne, B. (2017). Creating effective and engaging presentations. The Clinical Teacher.

Dewey, C. M., Turner, T. L., Perkowski, L., Bailey, J., Gruppen, L. D., Riddle, J., … Simpson, D. (2016). Twelve tips for developing, implementing, and sustaining medical education fellowship programs: Building on new trends and solid foundations. Medical Teacher, 38(2), 141–149. 

Dumenco, L., Monteiro, K., George, P., Rougas, S., & Dollase, R. (2019). Outcomes of a Longitudinal Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Preclerkship Curriculum. Academic Medicine, 94(12), 1980–1987. 

Lin, M., Santen, S. A., Yarris, L. M., Mullan, P., Searle, N., Rougas, S., & Coates, W. C. (2012). Development of a Training Needs Assessment for an Education Scholarship Fellowship in Emergency Medicine. Academic Emergency Medicine, 19(12), 1419–1424. 

Merritt, C. (2018). Jack of All Trades, Masters of One? The Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 19(1), 7–10.

Merritt, C., & Clyne, B. (2020). The Inevitable Interim: Transitional Leaders in Academic Medicine. Academic Medicine : Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, 95(1), 16–19. 

Merritt, C., Daniel, M., Munzer, B. W., Nocera, M., Ross, J. C., & Santen, S. A. (2017). A Cognitive Apprenticeship-Based Faculty Development Intervention for Emergency Medicine Educators. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine.

Merritt, C., Gaines, S., Smith, J., & Santen, S. (2017). A Novel Curriculum to Optimize Emergency Medicine Residents’ Exposure to Pediatrics. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. 

Merritt, C., Munzer, B. W., Wolff, M., & Santen, S. A. (2018). Not Another Bedside Lecture: Active Learning Techniques for Clinical Instruction. AEM Education and Training, 2(1), 48–50. 

Merritt, C., Shah, B., & Santen, S. (2017). Apprenticeship to Entrustment. Academic Medicine, 92(11), 1646. 

Merritt, R. J., Kulie, P., Long, A. W., Choudhri, T., & McCarthy, M. L. (2019). Randomized controlled trial to improve primary care follow-up among emergency department patients. American Journal of Emergency Medicine.

Merritt, R., & Rougas, S. (2018, November 1). Multidisciplinary approach to structural competency teaching. Medical Education. 

Michael, S. H., Rougas, S., Zhang, X. C., & Clyne, B. (2019). A Content Analysis of the ACGME Specialty Milestones to Identify Performance Indicators Pertaining to the Development of Residents as Educators. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 31(4), 424–433.

Neeley, S. M., Clyne, B., & Resnick-Ault, D. (2017, March 16). The state of leadership education in US medical schools: Results of a national survey. Medical Education Online.

Pensa, G., Smith, J., & McAteer, K. (2018). Calling all curators: A novel approach to individualized interactive instruction. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 19(1), 169–171. 

Rougas, S., Clyne, B., Cianciolo, A. T., Chan, T. M., Sherbino, J., & Yarris, L. M. (2015). An extended validity argument for assessing feedback culture. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 27(4), 355–358. 

Rougas, S., Gentilesco, B., Green, E., & Flores, L. (2015). Twelve tips for addressing medical student and resident physician lapses in professionalism. Medical Teacher, 37(10), 901–907. 

Rougas, S., Zhang, X. C., Blanchard, R., Michael, S. H., Mackuen, C., Lee, B., … Green, E. (2019). Strategies for Residents to Explore Careers in Medical Education. Journal of Graduate Medical Education, 11(3), 263–267. 

White, J., Riese, A., Clyne, B., Vanvleet, M. W., & George, P. (2015). Integrating Population and Clinical Medicine: A New Third-Year Curriculum to Prepare Medical Students for the Care of Individuals, Panels, and Populations. Rhode Island Medical Journal (2013), 98(9), 32–35.

Program Director: Chris Merritt - cmerritt@brown.edu

Fellowship Coordinator: Wendy Wesley - wendy.wesley@brownphysicians.org

55 Claverick St, 2nd Fl, Providence, RI 02903

Phone: 401-444-2739