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  • Feryal Erhun

    Feryal Erhun

    Research Fellow at CERC, Med/General Medical Disciplines

    Current Role at Stanford Research Fellow at Clinical Excellence Research Center (CERC)

  • Kambria Hooper Evans, M.Ed.

    Kambria Hooper Evans, M.Ed.

    Academic Research & Program Officer, Med/General Medical Disciplines

    Current Role at Stanford Program Officer, Quality and Organizational Improvement: Manager of the Department of Medicine Quality Program. Design key aspects of the program, such as (1) curriculum development (including introduction to systems thinking and quality improvement methods) and organizational change models for research, with a focus on both local and national dissemination, and (2) evaluating effectiveness. Consult on quality improvement project design, resources, methodology, evaluation, outcomes, and publication. Develop and implement quality improvement curriculum, and mentor medical students, residents, staff, and faculty. Course educator and manager in "Elective in Quality Improvement, Patient Safety, and Organizational Change" clerkship (MED 344A) and residency rotation. Member of the DOM Quality Council.

    Specialist, Education and Evaluation: Develop and evaluate performance measures for POM, required course for all first- and second-year Stanford medical students. Quality Improvement Theme Lead in POM. Develop and implement course goals and learning objectives, as well as pre- and post-measures, such as problem-based learning cases, exams, and evaluations of students and faculty. Develop learning portfolios and dashboards of performance. Recommend revisions to current and planned curriculum and evaluation tools. Coordinate and implement student focus groups, faculty development workshops, and annual faculty and key stakeholder retreat. Partner with faculty to teach/develop innovations in curriculum, and design medical education research to measure impact.

    Core team member in pre-clerkship elective course "Compassion Cultivation for the Physician-in-Training" (MED 213).

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