Fitzhugh Mullan is a coauthor of "The Global Health Service Corps: Teaching for the World," published in the August 2014 issue of Academic Medicine (89(8): August 2014), which includes a supplement dedicated to the work of the Medical Education Partnership Initiative.
Fitzhugh Mullan and Seble Frehywot Publish on the Medical Education Partnership Initiative's Successes in Building Communities of Practice
Professor Fitzhugh Mullan and Associate Research Professor Seble Frehywot are coauthors of "Building Communities of Practice: MEPI Creates a Commons. Academic Medicine," published in the August 2014 issue of Academic Medicine supplement (89(8):S45-S49, August 2014) dedicated to the work of the Medical Education Partnership Initiative.
Academic Medicine Supplement Issue Dedicated to Medical Education Partnership Initiative (MEPI)
The August 2014 issue of Academic Medicine will be accompanied by a supplement dedicated to the work of the Medical Education Partnership Initiative (MEPI) titled: “The Medical Education Partnership Initiative: Investing in Medical Education in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Academic Medicine is the journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges. This supplement speaks to special circumstances of medical education in Africa addressing many crosscutting topical, global themes in medical education.
Leonard Friedman To Be Inducted Into Studer Group Hall of Fame
Interim Chair Leonard Friedman is one of five healthcare leaders that have been selected for induction into the Studer Group Fire Starter Hall of Fame. Studer Group is a Gulf Breeze, Florida-based healthcare outcomes firm. Each year, the firm inducts men and women who are passionate, guide and support an organization’s commitment to excellence and impact the lives of employees, physicians, patients, families and students. Friedman will be inducted into the Hall of Fame at the 12th annual What’s Right in Health Care conference, held August 7-8, 2014, in Chicago, IL.
HPM Researchers Are Coauthors of Publication in the American Journal of Public Health
Naomi Seiler, Mary-Beth Harty, Katie Horton, and Julia Hidalgo are coauthors of “Perspectives on the Role of Patient-Centered Medical