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Ricardo Correa, MD, Es. D, FAPCR, FACE, CMQ is the fellowship director for the endocrinology, diabetes and metabolims program at University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix, assistant professor of medicine for UACOMP, Mayo College of Medicine and Creighton University SOM. He is part of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee of the University and researcher in this area. Also he is editor of Dynamed and outreach unit director of Endotext.org and Thyroid manager.
He completed his Medical School and Education Master at University of Panama. He completed a research fellowship in Epidemiology and Tropical disease at ICGES in Panama city. He completed his internal medicine residency at Jackson Memorial hospital-University of Miami program and during his residency he was instructor of Medicine for the UM. In 2012, he was honored with the AOA from the UM. He completed his clinical and research fellowship in endocrinology with special focus in neuroendocrinology and National Institute of Health
He was trained in EBM at McMaster University in Canada and in Editorial process and OJS by LATINDEX. He is co-director of the Panamanian Cochrane Center and EBM advocate.
Dr. Correa has been involved in organized medicine since medical school. He has been president of the Latin American Medical Student Association (FELSOCEM), scientific committee chair and vice speaker for the AMA RFS, chair of the CoA for the ACP FC, Board of Trustee of the Maryland Medical Society, National Secretary of the CoA for the NHMA, Regional Vice President of the CIR, Medical Education Officer of JDN-WMA. He has been involve with local, regional and national organization in the area of medical education, leadership and physician wellbeing including the AMA joy in medicine organization, ACGME at different level including the duty hour task force, NBME as part of the board, NBPAS and other organization.
Dr. Correa has been involved in multiple academic, scientific and educational activities including article Consultant, Interpretation of the Medical Literature Project, NBME, International Committee member of the Committee on publications ethics (COPE), World Association of Medical Editors, Deputy Editor of International Archives of Medicine, Editorial board and peer reviewer of multiple journals including Annals of Public Health, PAHO journal, SGIM journal, “Archivos de Medicine”, Pediatric care, International Journal of Endocrinology, International Journal of Diabetes, International Journal of Clinical Cases and Images, International journal of case reports, etc. Also he is consultant for Latinamerican science center including Bolivia and Panama national science department.
He is board certified in Medical Quality. He is the author of the book title “Case report: basics and publication”. His research is focus on neuroendocrinology mainly on pituitary and adrenal tumor and new genetic mutations.
Dr. Alexander is a general internist with research focuses on the related topics of how to engage learners in the practice of evidence-based medicine and how to conduct clinically relevant systematic reviews and meta-analyses. He completed his undergraduate and medical degrees at Emory University in Atlanta, GA before moving to Chicago, IL for residency. He completed his internal medicine residency at the University of Chicago followed by a chief residency at MacNeal Hospital in Berwyn, IL. He is now an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Chicago where he sees patients in the outpatient pirmary care clinic and supervises residents and medical students in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. He currently serves as Associate Program Director for the University of Chicago Internal Medicine Residency Program, Director of the evidence-based medicine curriculum, and Director of the Cochrane US Network Affiliate at the University of Chicago.
Originally from Seattle, Dr. West received his M.D. and Ph.D. in Biostatistics from the University of Iowa in 1999. He completed residency and chief residency in internal medicine at Mayo Clinic, and joined the faculty in General Internal Medicine in 2004. He is currently Professor of Medicine, Medical Education, and Biostatistics at Mayo. He directs the evidence-based medicine curriculum for the medical school, and is the Associate Program Director for Resident Scholarship within the internal medicine residency program. He is also the Research Chair of General Internal Medicine. Dr. West's research has focused on medical education and physician well-being, and he is Co-Director of the Mayo Clinic Program on Physician Well-Being. Working closely with Tait Shanafelt and Lotte Dyrbye, his work documenting the epidemiology and consequences of physician distress, as well as emerging research on solutions, has been widely published in prominent journals including JAMA, Annals of Internal Medicine, and JAMA Internal Medicine.
Georgina Osorio, MD, MPH is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine, Mount Sinai Morningside and Mount Sinai West Division of Infectious Disease, Department of Internal Medicine. Dr. Osorio's research focuses on patient navigation and motivational interviewing in HIV/HCV patient population (Clinical Trials Network).
Simon Finfer is a Professorial Fellow in the Critical Care Division at The George Institute for Global Health (Australia), Adjunct Professor, University of New South Wales and Chair of Critical Care, School of Public Health, Imperial College London.
Simon was a founding member and is a past-Chair of the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society (ANZICS) Clinical Trials Group, past chair of the International Sepsis Forum, and current Vice President of the Global Sepsis Alliance. He is Director of the Australian Sepsis Network and Asia Pacific Sepsis Alliance.
Simon is an Editor of the Oxford Textbook of Critical Care, Critical Care Section Editor for the Oxford Textbook of Medicine (6th Ed.) and has served as a guest editor for The New England journal of Medicine.
A Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences, Simon was appointed an Officer (AO) in the Order of Australia in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2020 for “distinguished service to intensive care medicine, to medical research and education, and to global health institutes”
I am a clinical assistant professor at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and associate fellowship program director and clinical lead in quality improvement in the division of endocrinology. I previously was a clinical assistant professor at UCSF based at San Francisco General Hospital (an amazing safety net hospital), and staff endocrinologist at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Saettle (50% inpatient, insulin safety rounds co-leader, resident rotation coordinator, co-lead of thyroid cancer and neuroendocrine cancer service lines).
I have strong interests in medical education, healthy policy, and quality improvement. I love all facets of endocrinology: the feedback loops, the evolving landscape of thyroid cancer management, the patient journey that is transgender/nonbinary care, the new innovations in T1 and T2DM, etc. I want to explore how technology can help achieve better health. I've been active in teaching at every level from medical school students to CME for medical professionals throughout my career-to-date.
My fellowship was at the Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School Cardiovascular Endocrinology Research Group, researching effects of stress on the nervous system; salt on auto-immunity; and genetic variations on the salt-sensitivity of blood pressure. Additionally, I completed a year of the Program for Clinical and Translational Science, the Partners Certificate Course in Health Policy, and the Harvard Business School Value-Based Healthcare Delivery course.