• Internal Medicine
    • Professor, Associate Dean for Curriculum at Washington State University Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine

    Judith L. Bowen, MD, PhD, is Professor of Medicine and Associate Dean for Curriculum at the Washington State University Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine. She earned her MD at Dartmouth and her PhD in health professions education at the UCSF/University of Utrecht (The Netherlands) joint program. She completed her internal medicine residency at Virginia Mason Hospital in Seattle. Dr. Bowen’s contributions to clinical diagnostic reasoning include more than 20 years supporting faculty development for educators, and clinical reasoning education for internal medicine residents and nurse practitioner candidates. With expertise in clinical practice and medical education, Dr. Bowen frequently translates medical education research into practical applications for clinician educators. Most recently, she is developing, implementing, and studying a pre-clerkship clinical reasoning curriculum designed to prepare medical students with habits of critical inquiry and knowledge building. Dr. Bowen’s research explores the impact of health system discontinuity—clinical reasoning transitions before the diagnosis is known—on learning and improving diagnostic acumen.

  • Andrew Parsons, MD MPH is an assistant professor of medicine and public health at the University of Virginia (UVA) where he practices as an internal medicine hospitalist. As the Director of Clinical Competency for UVA School of Medicine, he oversees the clinical reasoning curriculum and a comprehensive coaching program focused on longitudinal clinical skill development, assessment, and remediation for medical students. He also serves as director of a GME-wide clinical reasoning coaching program and Associate Section Head for Education in Hospital Medicine.

    • Internal Medicine
    • Professor of Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine

    Joseph John Rencic MD is a Professor of Medicine at Boston University and a hospitalist in the Division of General Internal Medicine. His research seeks to improve health professionals’ clinical reasoning and enhance their diagnostic accuracy and treatment decisions, with the ultimate goal of reducing medical errors and improving patient outcomes. He is co-editor of Teaching Clinical Reasoning, the 7th book in the American College of Physicians Teaching Medicine series collection. In addition to his scholarship, Dr. Rencic is the Director of Clinical Reasoning Education, the co-course Director of Doctoring 2, and a member of the Academy of Medical Educators at the Boston University School of Medicine. He also serves as Acting Internship Director for the fourth-year internal medicine rotation at Boston Medical Center.

    • Pulmonary Disease
    Educational Innovation, Director at NEJM Group
    Educational Innovation, Director at NEJM Group
    • Educational Innovation at NEJM Group

    Raja-Elie Abdulnour, MD, is co-developer and lead editor of NEJM Healer and Director of Educational Innovation at NEJM Group. He also serves as Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and faculty member in Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

    • Internal Medicine
    • Associate Professor of Medicine, Director, Integrated Clinical Skills at NYU Grossman School of Medicine

    Verity Schaye, MD, MHPE is an Associate Professor of Medicine at New York University Grossman School of Medicine and a hospitalist at NYC H&H/Bellevue in the Division of General Internal Medicine and Clinical Innovations at NYU. As the Director of Integrated Clinical Skills in the Office of Medical Education, she is responsible for the development, implementation, and assessment of the integrated clinical skills curriculum. She also serves as the Assistant Director of Curricular Innovation in the Institute for Innovations in Medical Education at NYU where her research focuses on evidenced based best practices to teach and assess clinical reasoning.

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