How to Make Research Out of Everyday Work
Presented by: Judy A. Shea, PhD - Professor, General Internal Medicine, Perelman School of Medicine
Location: T-229, Pacific Room, UW Health Sciences Library, Seattle
RSVP: (In-Person Attendance only): Space is limited! Breakfast will be provided. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/clime-workshop-with-judy-a-shea-phd-tickets-54003621285
Description: This workshop recognizes that the mission of medical education is to produce clinically competent physicians. Among the many players involved, the mission is shared but the skills and foci are different. In the course of doing one's job, research is often secondary.
Target Audience: Educators in the Health Professions
Presenter Bio: Judy A. Shea, PhD . is a Professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania; Associate Dean of Medical Education Research and Director of the Office of Evaluation and Assessment in the Academic Programs Office, School of Medicine. She also co-directs the Masters of Science in Health Policy Research. She serves duels roles, working with faculty and fellows to design and evaluate research projects, and directing the evaluation of the medical school curriculum and faculty. Much of her work focuses on evaluating the psychometric properties of curriculum evaluation tools and developing measures to assess components of health such as health literacy, patient satisfaction and health-related quality of life. Majors themes to her work include assessment of medical education outcomes, health disparities and quality of life assessment.