NEJM Healer and EMS Webinar

Live NEJM Healer Demonstration

Education Management Solutions (EMS)
with *NEJM Group

Tuesday, August 3, 2021

11:00AM ET

NEJM Healer: A New Online Solution for the Systematic Teaching and Assessment of Clinical Reasoning in Medical School

In this workshop, we will discuss:

  • Methods for incorporating clinical reasoning instruction and assessment across your pre-clinical curriculum
  • Reinforcing and assessing diagnostic reasoning with a virtual clerkship tool
  • Ways to Streamline clinical reasoning assessment for your program in a cost-effective, standardized, objective manner with NEJM Healer
  • NEJM Healer features and functionality with a live demo

  • In this workshop, we will discuss:

  • Methods for incorporating clinical reasoning instruction and assessment across your pre-clinical curriculum
  • Reinforcing and assessing diagnostic reasoning with a virtual clerkship tool
  • Ways to Streamline clinical reasoning assessment for your program in a cost-effective, standardized, objective manner with NEJM Healer
  • NEJM Healer features and functionality with a live demo

  • In this workshop, we will discuss:

  • Methods for incorporating clinical reasoning instruction and assessment across your pre-clinical curriculum
  • Reinforcing and assessing diagnostic reasoning with a virtual clerkship tool
  • Ways to Streamline clinical reasoning assessment for your program in a cost-effective, standardized, objective manner with NEJM Healer
  • NEJM Healer features and functionality with a live demo

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    Facilitators

    Raja-Elie E. Abdulnour, MD

    Physician Lead and Medical Editor, Healer
    Director, Educational Innovation, NEJM Group
    Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine,
    Brigham & Women's Hospital
    Assistant Professor Of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

    Dr. Abdulnour is a physician-educator and investigator with an active medical practice in an academic hospital and continuous teaching responsibilities. Drawing on his expertise in clinical science, research, teaching, and innovation, Raja worked with Dr. Jeffrey Drazen and NEJM Group to prototype educational simulation-based software that teaches clinical reasoning and medical uncertainty. In January of 2020, he joined the NEJM Group as Director of Educational Innovation to help further develop this and other educational tools

    Andrew Parsons, MD, MPH, FACP

    Assistant Professor of Medicine and Public Health
    Associate Section Head for Education, Hospital Medicine
    Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency
    Director, Clinical Development and Coaching
    UVA School of Medicine

    Dr. Parsons is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Public Health at the University of Virginia. As Director of Clinical Development and Coaching for the School of Medicine, he oversees a longitudinal clinical skills program in addition to directing clinical reasoning coaching for Graduate Medical Education. His research interests include clinical reasoning, high-value care, and effective approaches to remediation. Dr. Parsons is originally from Tennessee where he completed medical school at East Tennessee State University. He obtained a Master of Public Health, focusing on global health and epidemiology, at Emory University prior to residency training at the University of Virginia.

    Seats Are Limited

    To ensure the presenters have enough time to address all the audience’s questions, a limited number of seats will be available.
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    *NEJM Group, a division of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the publisher of the New England Journal of Medicine

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    *NEJM Group, a division of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the publisher of the New England Journal of Medicine

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    *NEJM Group, a division of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the publisher of the New England Journal of Medicine

    EMS is a subsidiary of Collegis Education. Together, Collegis and EMS provide technology-enabled solutions to deliver quality healthcare education to support the needs of educators, students and employers. Through a combination of best practices, insights, technology and expertise, we help our partners succeed.
    EMS is a subsidiary of Collegis Education. Together, Collegis and EMS provide technology-enabled solutions to deliver quality healthcare education to support the needs of educators, students and employers. Through a combination of best practices, insights, technology and expertise, we help our partners succeed.