Bio

Current Role at Stanford


Assistant Dean for Medical Education (MD Program); Managing Director, Stanford Center for Medical Education Research and Innovation (SCeMERI); Co-Director, Scholarly Concentration in Medical Education

Education & Certifications


  • M.Ed., University of Vermont, Higher Education and Student Affairs (1981)
  • BA, Stanford University, Psychology (1978)

Professional

Professional Interests


Longitudinal curriculum models in medical student education; innovative technologies for curriculum delivery; medical student wellness and professionalism; faculty and staff development.

Publications

Journal Articles


  • Stanford University School of Medicine Acad Med Braddock CH, Irvine CA 2010; 85 (9 Suppl): S111-3
  • Mentoring and modeling the art of medicine San Francisco Medicine: Journal of the San Francisco Medical Society Irvine C 2005; 28 (7): 27-28
  • The interdisciplinary generalist curriculum project at the University of California, San Francisco Acad Med Shore WB, Irvine C 2001; 76 (4): S109-113
  • Organizational change and the improvement of faculty advising Journal of the National Academic Advising Association Holmes DR, Clarke JH, Irvine CA 1983; 3 (1): 21-29
  • Using interaction analysis to evaluate the faculty in a human behavior course J Med Educ Bernstein RA, Irvine CA, Clarke JH, Clark AA 1982; 57 (1): 68-9
  • An examination of the mentor role in graduate education The Vermont Connection Irvine CA 1981; 2 (2): 3-6

Presentations


  • Made Not Born: Best Practices for Developing and Retaining Medical Education Staff

    Time Period

    3/31/2012 - 4/3/2012

    Presented To

    AAMC Western Group on Educational Affairs Annual Meeting

    Location

    Asilomar, CA

  • The iPad Initiative: Lessons Learned from Introducing Digital Tablet-Based Learning to the MD Curriculum Jennifer Deitz, Brian Tobin

    Time Period

    November 4, 2011 - November 9, 2011

    Presented To

    Association of American Medical Colleges Annual Conference

    Location

    Denver, CO

    Collaborators

    • Jennifer Deitz, Managing Director of Evaluation, Educational Programs and Services (EPS)
    • Brian Tobin, Instructional Technology Manager, Information Resources and Technology (IRT)
  • Longitudinal Mentoring and the Development of Professionalism

    Time Period

    May 28, 2011 - May 29, 2011

    Presented To

    East-West Alliance Conference

    Location

    Shantou, China

  • iPad Implementation at the Stanford University School of Medicine MD Program Brian Tobin, Jennifer Deitz, Clarence Braddock, Michael Halaas, Lauren Maggio, Sue Willows-Raznikov, Todd Ferris, Christine Solari, Peter Seliga, Glenn Peacock, Sharie Kumaishi

    Time Period

    April 30, 2011 - May 3, 2011

    Presented To

    AAMC Western Group on Educational Affairs Annual Meeting

    Location

    Stanford, CA

    Collaborators

    • Brian Tobin, Instructional Technology Manager, Information Resources and Technology (IRT)
    • Jennifer Deitz, Managing Director of Evaluation, Educational Programs and Services (EPS)
    • Clarence Braddock, Professor - Med Center Line, General Medical Disciplines
    • Michael Halaas, Chief Information Officer, Information Resources and Technology (IRT)
    • Lauren Maggio, Information Services Librarian - Medical Student Liaison, Information Resources and Technology (IRT)
    • Sue Willows-Raznikov, Learning Strategies Coordinator, SoM Office of Student Services
    • Todd Ferris, Associate CIO, SoM - Information Resources & Technology
    • Peter Seliga, Technical Operations Manager, Information Resources and Technology (IRT)
  • Giving Feedback to Learners: Parallels to the Physician-Patient Relationship Lars Osterberg, Erika Schillinger, Ian Tong, Preetha Basaviah

    Time Period

    April 25, 2010 - April 27, 2010

    Presented To

    AAMC Western Group on Educational Affairs Annual Meeting

    Location

    Asilomar, CA

    Collaborators

    • Lars Osterberg, Clinical Associate Professor, General Medical Disciplines
    • Erika Schillinger, Clinical Associate Professor, General Medical Disciplines
    • Ian Tong, Clinical Assistant Professor, General Medical Disciplines
    • Preetha Basaviah, Clinical Associate Professor, General Medical Disciplines
  • How to Succeed in Preceptor Recruitment (With Really Trying)

    Time Period

    1/29/2004 - 2/1/2004

    Presented To

    Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Predoctoral Education Conference

    Location

    New Orleans, LA

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