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Past Education Grand Rounds Presentations Archive

Past Seasons

Fall: October 24, 2018

Jed Gonzalo, MD, MSc

Herbert L. Fred, MD, MACP, Visiting Professor of Medical and
Biomedical Education

Mary E. Dankoski, PhD
Lester D. Bibler Professor of Family Medicine
Executive Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, Professional Development and Diversity
Indiana University School of Medicine

Topic: Fostering Civility to Counter Organizational Silence: An Imperative for Today's Academic Health Center

Mary Dankoski, PhD is Executive Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development at Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM), where she is also the Lester D. Bibler Professor of Family Medicine. Dr. Dankoski’s interests include the advancement of women and underrepresented minority faculty, the study of faculty vitality, how policies shape faculty life, and organizational and faculty development in academic medicine. From 2007-2012 she directed IUSM programs for the advancement of women, which led to IUSM receiving the Organizational Leadership Award from the Association of American Medical Colleges Group on Women in Medicine and Science (2009). Dr. Dankoski is also the recipient of the Outstanding Woman Leader award given by Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis (IUPUI, 2014), the host campus of the IU School of Medicine.  She has served as President of the Indiana Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and on the Executive Board of Directors of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy as the Chair of the Council of Division Presidents. In addition, Dr. Dankoski has served on committees of the Association of American Medical Colleges Group on Faculty Affairs and is the Associate Editor of the Faculty Affairs Collection in MedEdPortal, an online repository of peer-reviewed educational scholarship. She completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology at the University of Michigan and earned her PhD in marriage and family therapy with a graduate minor in women’s studies from Purdue University.

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Spring: April 12, 2019

Kevin Sowers

Kevin W. Sowers, M.S.N., R.N., F.A.A.N.
President of the Johns Hopkins Health System
Executive Vice President of Johns Hopkins Medicine

Topic: Towards a Cultural Transformation: Hardwiring an Expectation of Respect in Healthcare

As the second person in Johns Hopkins history to hold these dual roles, Mr. Sowers oversees the health system’s six hospitals – The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Howard County General Hospital, Suburban Hospital, Sibley Memorial Hospital and Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital – and sets strategies that advance our mission to deliver outstanding care, train the next generation of leaders and advance research and discovery. He also serves as chair of Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, which has more than 40 primary and specialty care outpatient sites throughout Maryland and the Washington, D.C., area.

Mr. Sowers came to Johns Hopkins Medicine after 32 years with the Duke University Health System, the last eight as president and CEO of Duke University Hospital.

Sowers earned his bachelor of science degree from Capital University School of Nursing and a master of science from Duke University School of Nursing. He is an American Academy of Nursing fellow and has collaborated on numerous research efforts as well as consulted internationally. He has published extensively and speaks nationally and abroad on issues such as leadership, organizational change, mentorship and cancer care.

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Summer, June 19, 2019

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Facilitator: Renee J. Blanding, MD, MPH
                   Vice President for Medical Affairs, JHBMC
                   Assistant Professor, Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine

Topic: Using Education to Hardwire Civility in Healthcare

Panel: Members of the Civility and Professionalism Community

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