Curriculum Innovation Webex Details

Location: Cancer Center Conference Room 10-B

Christopher T. Kelly, MD, (he/his), Assistant Professor of Medicine, Department of General Internal Medicine. ‘Incorporating Ultrasound Simulator Sessions into Residency Point-of-Care Ultrasound Training’ (#1 CI: Abstract; Poster)

Bio: Dr. Kelly is an Associate Program Director for the Wake Forest Internal Medicine residency program with a special focus on Point‐of‐Care Ultrasound (POCUS). He is the director of the Internal Medicine POCUS curriculum and resident POCUS Champion Pathway, the Co‐Director of the 3rd year medical student Ambulatory Internal Medicine clerkship, and a clinical skills coach for 1st and 2nd year medical students.

Katherine R. Schafer MD, Associate Professor of Medicine. ‘"Abx 101": a successful first foray into empiric antibiotics’ (#2 CI: Abstract; Poster)

Bio: I am the Clerkship Director for the inpatient IM Clerkship and am interested in developing curricula that are engaging and effective.

Tinisha Lambeth DNP, NNP-BC, Assistant Professor, Department of Academic Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice Program. ‘Online Quality Improvement Simulation’ (#3 CI: Abstract; Poster)

Bio: I am a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner and have formal training in quality improvement methodology and am interested in curriculum innovation.  I have advised many Neonatology Fellow, Neonatal Nurse Practitioner and Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree student scholarly projects.

Melissa Ricker, PA-C, Center for Advanced Practice APP Fellowship, Atrium Health, Carolinas Medical Center. “Optimizing Simulation Curriculum within a Multi-Track APP Fellowship’ (#4 CI: Abstract; Poster)

Bio: Currently, she is practicing clinically in Pulmonary Critical Care and serves as the PA Fellowship Director of the Atrium Health APP Fellowship. She is passionate about preparing professionals to compassionately care for all, while preparing them for leadership, mentorship, and other educational opportunities in their career.