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2016

Cynthia Ledford, MD

Plenary Speark:  Cynthia Ledford, MD
Associate Vice Chair of Medical Education
Assistant Dean of Evaluation and Assessment
Professor of Clinical Internal Medicine and Clinical Pediatrics
The Ohio State University


In Dr. Ledford’s role as Associate Vice Chair, she oversees all student programs for the Department of Internal Medicine at Ohio State, mentoring clerkship and course directors, as well as core student liaisons for all 15 specialty divisions. As Assistant Dean, she has developed and helped lead the curricular redesign of Ohio State’s Lead. Serve. Inspire. curriculum, while building a comprehensive system of learner assessment and program evaluation that supports both student learning and continuous improvement in the MD Curriculum.

Dr. Ledford has received numerous awards for her contributions to medical education. In 2015 she received both the Louis N. Pangaro Educational Program Development Award from the Clerkship Directors of Internal Medicine, and the Evelyn V. Hess Master Teacher Award from the American College of Physicians. She has also been awarded multiple Distinguished Educator and Excellence in Teaching awards for her educational efforts at The Ohio State University.

Dr. Ledford has presented widely and has published on her work related to curriculum design, innovations in medical education, and faculty development in journals that include Teaching and Learning in Medicine, the Journal of Graduate Medical Education and Clinical Pediatrics.

A practicing internist, Dr. Ledford attended medical school at The Ohio State University, and completed her residency in combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and University Hospitals. Prior to residency, she completed a fellowship in Medical Education at The Ohio State University.


Workshop Materials
Using Backwards Design to Create a Well-Engineered Curriculum (PDF)
Cynthia H. Ledford, MD
Assistant Dean for Curriculum Design and Innovation
The Ohio State University

Designing Assessments that Guide Learning (PDF)
Cynthia H. Ledford, MD
Assistant Dean for Curriculum Design and Innovation
The Ohio State University

Outcomes Based Assessment of Emerging Professional Behaviors Using Narrative Assessments (PDF)
Amanda Emke, MD
Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
Washington University School of Medicine

2016 Education Day Participant Handout (PDF)


2015

A Developmental Approach to Interprofessional Competence (pdf)
Alan Dow, MD, MSHA, Assistant VP of Health Science for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Care
Virginia Commonwealth University

Changing Healthcare, Changing Practice, Changing Education (pdf)
Alan Dow, MD, MSHA, Assistant VP of Health Science for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Care
Virginia Commonwealth University

Going Beyond Great Job! (pdf)
Sabrina Nunez, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine and of Genetics
Washington University School of Medicine


2014

Integration of Cross-Cultural Care (ppt)
Helen Shields, MD, Professor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Unconscious Bias (ppt)
Workshop facilitated by Daniel Blash, PhD; Denise DCou; Lynn Dull; Heather Hageman; Rochelle Smith; Steve Taff, PhD, OTR/L
Washington University School of Medicine


2013

Incorporating Active Learning into Lectures (pdf)
Carolyn Default, PhD, Assistant Director of The Teaching Center
Washington University

Reflective Learning Implementation (pdf)
Douglas P. Larsen, MD, MEd, Assistant Professor of Neurology and Pediatrics, Department of Neurology
Washington University School of Medicine

Structure and Implementation In-Class Group Work (pdf)
Gina Frey, PhD, Executive Director of The Teaching Center; Florence E. Moog Professor Stem Education in Chemistry; Co-director of the Center for Integrative Research in Cognition, Learning, and Education
Washington University

Team-Based Learning Teaching Techniques (pdf)
Amada R. Emke, MD, Department of Pediatrics
Washington University School of Medicine