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Medical Education in General Internal Medicine

The focus of medical education in Hopkins GIM is to develop and evaluate curricula for medical students, residents, and fellows. Members of our group work to design, implement, evaluate, and continually improve learners' experiences at all levels of graduate and post-graduate training.

Within these curricula, we strive to integrate such principles as evidence-based medicine, clinical epidemiology, cost effectiveness, and clinical decision making. These learning experiences exist in both traditional formats of small- and large-group teaching settings, as well as innovations in medical education including the Johns Hopkins Medicine Internet Learning Center, now in use at one out of every three internal medicine residency training programs nation-wide. We have also developed an emphasis on quality clinical training in the ambulatory setting for medical students and physicians in residency training designed to meet society’s needs. Finally, Johns Hopkins is home of the Osler Center for Clinical Excellence which has supported many of these efforts within our Division.

Medical Education Faculty

Bimal H. Ashar, MD, MBA, FACP   
Associate Professor of Medicine
Clinical Director, GIM Division
Director, Executive and Preventive Health Program
Director, Advanced Medicine Clerkship 

Research and Medical Education Interests: Complementary and alternative medicine; medical student education; preventive medicine

Gail Berkenblit, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Principal Investigator, Evaluation of HIV Ambulatory Care in US Internal Medicine Residency Programs
Research and Medical Education Interests: Improving resident training in HIV outpatient care, design and evaluation of an internet-based curriculum


Daniel Brotman, MD, FACP, FSHM
Associate Professor of Medicine
Director, Hospitalist Program
Research and Medical Education Interests: Hospital medicine; perioperative medicine; hemostasis and thrombosis; the physiological stress response


Sarah L. Clever, MD, MS
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Assistant Dean of Students
Co-Director, The Healer's Art. 
Research and Medical Education Interests: Patient-physician communication, medical education

Joseph Cofrancesco Jr, MD, MPH, FACP
Associate Professor of Medicine
Principal Investigator, Fat Redistribution And Metabolism in HIV I, FRAM II, 
Co-I: ACTG, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, Center for AIDS Research "The Thailand Study", 
NIH: "Study of HIV, injection drug use, nutrition and endocrinology (SHINE)",
"Impact of Resident Duty Hour Limitations, views of key clinical faculty"
Research and Medical Education Interests: HIV: HIV treatment and complications, body shape/composition and metabolic effects ("Lipodystrophy") of HIV infection and HIV treatment, sex hormone changes in HIV infected individuals; medical education, the impact of duty hours on resident training, methods for measurement, evaluation and value for medical education

Leonard Feldman, MD, FACP
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Director, General Internal Medicine Comprehensive Consultation Service
Director, Med-Peds Urban Health Residency Program
Director, Osler Medical Residency Urban Health Track
Associate Program Director, Osler Medical Training Program
Editor, Johns Hopkins Consultative Medicine Essentials for Hospitalists
Research and Medical Education Interests: Resident education, evidence-based medicine, consult medicine

April Fitzgerald, MD
Instructor of Medicine
Clinical Director, Johns Hopkins International
Research and Medical Education Interests: Leadership, diversity training, care of international patients

John A. Flynn, MD, MBA, FACP, MEd
D. William Schlott Professor of Medicine and Rheumatology
Director, Spondyloarthritis Program
Principal Investigator, Abbott Laboratories Humira Study 
Co-Principal Investigator, Auto-Antibodies in Seronegative Spondyloarthropathies
Co-Investigator, Measurement of Spinal Fusion in Ankylosing Spondylitis
Co-Investigator, Patient and Physician Perception of disease in Psoriatic Arthritis
Research and Medical Education Interests: Research advances in the treatment of ankylosing spondylitis and psoriatic arthritis; Advanced Ambulatory Clinical Clerkship In Musculoskeletal Medicine (AACCMM)

Carrie Herzke, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Clinical Director, Hospitalist Program
Clinical Director, Mary Elizabeth Garrett Service

Research and Medical Education Interests: Hospitalist medicine

Mark T. Hughes, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Core Faculty, Berman Institute of Bioethics
Core Faculty, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Colleges Program
Research and Medical Education Interests: Informed consent; ethics in patient care

Redonda G. Miller, MD, MBA, FACP
Associate Professor of Medicine
Vice President of Medical Affairs, Johns Hopkins Hospital
Research and Medical Education Interests: Women's health: mid-life Issues (osteoporosis, menopause); patient safety and clinical care delivery; medical education of residents

Gregory Prokopowicz, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Core Faculty, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Colleges Program
Associate Faculty, Welch Center for Prevention, Epidemiology and Clinical Research
Research and Medical Education Interests: Hypertension; evidence-based medicine; information needs of clinicians

Padmini Ranasinghe, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Hospitalist Program
Director, Hospitalist Education Programs
Research and Medical Education Interests: Internal and preventive medicine; chronic disease epidemiology

Anastasia Rowland-Seymour, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Core Faculty, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Colleges Program
Research and Medical Education Interests: Complementary and alternative medicine

Zishan K. Siddiqui, MD
Instructor of Medicine
Hospitalist Program

Research and Medical Education Interests: Clinical reasoning; preoperative medicine; international medicine


Stephen Sisson, MD, FACP
Associate and Philip A. Tumulty Professor of Medicine
Vice-Chair for Clinical Affairs, Department of Medicine
Research and Medical Education Interests: Computer-assisted instruction; curricular development
Current Projects: Evaluating residents' changes in knowledge during residency training; predictive validity of knowledge of an ambulatory curriculum on IM-ITE and ABIM-CE scores

Rosalyn Stewart, MD, MS, MBA
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Associate Director, Med-Peds Urban Health Residency Program
Research and Medical Education Interests: Travel and tropical medication; physical diagnostic skills

           
          

 

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