Leslie Fall, MD, MedU Co-Founder and Associate Dean for Faculty Development at the Geisel School of Medicine, Dartmouth College, has her piece, "Should Medical Education Be More Virtual?" published in The Evolllution, a grassroots online newspaper dedicated to examining the impact of non-traditional programs on the higher education industry and society-at-large.Read More
MedU collaborators have their article, "Contemporary Teaching Strategies of Exemplary Preceptors - Is Technology Helping?" published within Family Medicine 2014;46(10):776-82.Read More
MedU collaborators have their article, "Comparison of Textbook to fmCASES on Family Medicine Clerkship Exam Performance" published within Family Medicine 2014;46(3):174-9.Read More
MedU and fmCASES collaborators have their abstract published within Teaching and Learning in Medicine 2014;26(2):201-202.Read More
MedU collaborators, Leslie Fall, MD (MedU Co-Founder), and Kimberly Gifford, MD, have their publication about the Doctor Coach framework in Academic Medicine: 2014: 89: 2: 272–276.Read More
Internal medicine VP programs publication by MedU collaborators.
Valerie Lang, MD (SIMPLE Editor-in-Chief), Jennifer Kogan, MD (SIMPLE Editorial Board member), Norm Berman, MD (MedU Co-founder) and Dario Torre, MD, PhD, have their publication about the large experience with virtual patient (VP) programs in internal medicine in Academic Medicine 2013: 88: 11: 1713-1718.Read More
A digest of publications written by MedU collaborators.Read More
In this 2007 Teaching and Learning in Medicine publication, a survey of North American Pediatric clerkship directors (PCDs) references Computer-assisted Learning in Pediatrics Project (CLIPP) as an opportunity for scholarship and mentorship.Read More
In his 2001 publication in The Association of Medical School Pediatric Department Chairs, Inc. (AMSPDC) about the Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics (COMSEP), Richard T. Sarkin, MD, EdM, announced the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) grant supporting the development of the Computer-assisted Learning in Pediatrics Project (CLIPP).