This collection began in 2008 focusing on research poster presentations presented by EII faculty and staff at local, regional and national conferences.

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Recent Submissions

  • Relationship Between Student Resource Utilization in Patient Care and Faculty Ratings and Performance on Exams

    Thomas, Andria M.; Elam, Rachel; London, J; Education Discovery Institute; Medical College of Georiga; Georgia Health Sciences University (Georgia Health Sciences University, 2011)
    The aim of this project was to examine trends in resource utilization by third-year medical students in patient care and to evaluate the relationship between this and 1) faculty ratings of students’ use of literature and 2) student performance on exams.
  • Translating Evidence-based Assessment into Educational Practice: Building a DREAM

    Palladino, Christie; Bodie, B; Elam, Rachel; Villarosa, M; West, L; Wildermuth, K; Stepleman, Lara M.; Education Discovery Institute; Medical College of Georiga; Georgia Health Sciences University (Georgia Health Sciences University, 2011)
    To create DREAM, the Directory and Repository of Educational Assessment Measures, as a collaboration between the GHSU Education Discovery Institute and MedEdPORTAL. To provide educators and medical education researchers with a “one-stop shop” assessment measure database that is accessible to the public. To feature expert analyses as part of Critical Synthesis Packages for each non-proprietary measure.
  • Reasons for Campus Preference amoung Medical Student Matriculants: A Qualitative Study at the Georgia Health Sciences University (GHSU) Medical College of Georgia

    Palladino, Christie; Villarosa, M; Elam, Rachel; Wildermuth, K; Richardson, D; Stepleman, Lara M.; Young, G; Fincher, Ruth-Marie; Education Discovery Institute; Medical College of Georiga; et al. (Georgia Health Sciences University, 2011)
    To describe and understand medical student applicants’ reasons for campus preference in our two-campus system, as provided during the application process.
  • MedEdPORTAL Module Guides Evaluation of Faculty Fellowship

    Richardson, D; Villarosa, M; Palladino, Christie; Thomas, Andria M.; Education Discovery Institute; Medical College of Georiga; Georgia Health Sciences University (Georgia Health Sciences University, 2011)
    Professional development of faculty is critical to the future of health sciences education. The Education Discovery Institute (EDI) at Georgia Health Sciences University (GHSU) developed a year-long Educational Research Fellowship designed to nurture faculty career progression by providing training in health sciences education research and fostering career development. As we developed the program, we realized the need for a careful evaluation plan.
  • How the Quantity of Patient Interactions During Third-Year Cherkships Affects Medical Student Performance

    Elam, Rachel; Thomas, Andria M.; London, J; Education Discovery Institute; Medical College of Georgia; Georgia Health Sciences University (Georgia Health Sciences University, 2011)
    To conduct an exploratory analysis of the relationship between quantity of patient interactions during core third-year clerkships and performance on both national objective tests and faculty evaluations of junior medical students at GHSU’s Medical College of Georgia between academic year 2007 and 2011.
  • The Development of an Education Discovery Institute (EDI) to Advance Awareness and Expertise in Health Sciences Education Research

    Stepleman, Lara M.; Thomas, Andria M.; Fincher, Ruth-Marie; Medical College of Georgia; Education Discovery Institute (Georgia Health Sciences University, 2011)
    A team of educators and educational researchers was charged with developing an EDI to parallel the institution’s translational science discovery institutes. The EDI consists of a Center of Research in Education (CORE) and a Center of Teaching Excellence (COTE).