Room 1 – Technology and Virtual Learning Focus
Alyssa Simon, MD, Resident, Internal Medicine. ‘Addressing Healthcare Maintenance in Primary Care’ (#1 WIP: Abstract; Slides)
Bio: My current focus in medical education surrounds pulmonary and critical care medicine. To be a doctor is to be able to teach and pass on knowledge to those that will follow in your place.
Andrew Faucheux, MD, (he/him), PGY-3, Department of Internal Medicine. ‘Impact of Just-in-Time Teaching Screencasts on patient outcomes for an Inpatient Hematology-Oncology Teaching Service‘ (#2 WIP: Abstract; Slides)
Bio: I am a third year internal medicine resident pursuing a fellowship in hematology and oncology, with an interest in resident medical education.
JaNae Joyner, PhD, MHA, (she, her, hers) | Associate Vice President & Assistant Dean | Educational Experience & Support Services | The Center for Experiential and Applied Learning (CEAL). ‘The Role of Virtual Simulation as a Modality of Clinical Experience in AHEC Scholars Program’ (#3 WIP: Abstract; Slides)
Bio: JaNae Joyner, PhD, MHA currently serves as the Associate Vice President and Assistant Dean for Wake Forest School of Medicine serving areas of curriculum experience and support. Her responsibilities include senior leadership for the Center for Experiential and Applied Learning (CEAL), the Center for Excellence in Teaching, Research and Learning (CERTL), Library Services and Distance Education & Instructional Design.
Hannah Bradford, MS4 ‘Navigating medical school: supporting students through medical school and an ever-changing pandemic via student-to-student seminars and networking events’ (#4 WIP: Abstract; Slides)
Bio: I'm a current 4th year medical student planning to enter the field of pediatrics. I have special interests in medical education and physician well being.
Dawn S. Traynor, MEd, MA, (she/her/hers) - Physician/APP Development Coordinator, Center for Physician/APP Leadership & Development. ‘Caring for our Caregivers; A Virtual Dose of Well-Being’ (#5 WIP: Abstract; Slides)
Bio: Dawn Traynor joined Atrium Health in June 2018 after more than a decade working in higher education. Her areas of interest include physician/APP leadership, educator development, and provider well‐being.
Room 2 – Leadership and Mentorship Focus
Hannah Price, MS4, (she/her) and Lauren Strickland, MS4, (she/her). ‘Evaluating the Utility of a Peer-Led Mentorship Certificate Program’ (#6 WIP: Abstract; Slides)
Bio: We are fourth year medical students who are planning to incorporate medical education into our future careers by working in an academic setting. Last year, we completed the Medical Education Certificate Program through Wake Forest School of Medicine.
Hari Kota, BA, MS4, Department of Otolaryngology New Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery Mentorship Program for Pre-Clinical Wake Forest Medical Students’ (#7 WIP: Abstract; Slides)
Bio: Hari Kota is an MS4 interested in diversity in all shapes and forms within the surgical subspecialties, particularly in Otolaryngology.
Artina Dawkins, PhD, MPA, C-TAGME, Program Manager and Co-Director, Diversity & Inclusion, Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation and Andrea McKinnond, PhD, Assistant Professor of PA Studies. ‘Exploring the experiences of female leaders in academic medicine’ (#8 WIP: Abstract; Slides)
Bio: Artina Dawkins, PhD, MPA, C‐TAGME, earned a BS in Biology from Wake Forest University, an MPA in non‐profit organizations from High Point University, and a PhD in Leadership Studies from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University. Her areas of research interest include mentorship, leadership in healthcare, best practices in graduate medical education, and racial equity in healthcare.
Yasemin Moore, MHS Director, Center for Physician/APP Leadership & Development, Atrium Health. ‘Leading a High Performance Team’ (#9 WIP: Abstract; Slides)
Bio: Yasemin has led in the area of physician/APP leadership and development for over a decade at Atrium Health. She is passionate about educational programs to help physicians/APP develop to their fullest potential.
Anne Vail, DNP, AGNP, Geriatric Medicine, Atrium Health. ‘Enhancing the Interprofessional Education and Systems-Based Practice of an APP Fellowship "CORE" Education Series: A qualitative review of APP Fellow feedback pre- and post-pandemic’ (#15 WIP: Abstract; Slides)
Bio: I am the NP Fellowship Director for Atrium Health. As the co‐director of the largest and most clinically diverse fellowship in the country, we continue to lead the nation in program excellence for post‐graduate APP Fellowships.
Room 3 – Curriculum and Learner Focus
Bio: I am an Illinois native who attended Auburn University and graduated with a degree in biomedical sciences. I received my medical degree from the University of South Alabama. I am currently finishing my 2nd year of internal medicine residency and am interested in pursuing a career in pulmonary and critical care medicine
Bio: As the current podiatry clerkship director and the upcoming assistant podiatry residency directory, medical education is one of the pillars of my career. I strive to aid in medical educational research by participating not only in our department's research endeavors but also with the MSRP as both a mentor and a reviewer.
Bio: I have an interest in interventional psychiatry and new emerging treatments. Stemming from this, I believe it is important to reflect the changes in psychiatric practice in medical education so that students are best prepared for the modern clinical setting.
Bio: Sam Rafla is entering his Anesthesia residency at Mount Sinai Hospital in NYC. He is passionate about mentoring medical students and caring for Spanish‐speaking populations.
Nicole Levi, PhD, Associate Professor, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery ‘Introducing the Mentoring for Careers in Alternative Biomedical Excellence (MeCABE) program for medical post-doctoral research scientists‘ (#14 WIP: Abstract; Slides)
Bio: My areas of expertise include experiential learning for medical students and preparation for PhD graduates interested in industry/ non‐academic careers.