Documenting clerkships, especially documenting medical students' clinical experiences across clerkships is a challenging task for medical educators and curricular office’s administrators given the dynamic settings of these educational experiences.
This month’s Building Better Curriculum webinar series features how clinical experience mapping is effectively done at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
If you would like to register for the entire series, please click here. Check back for additional webinars that are added to the series.
Assistant Director and Administrator, Office of Medical Education, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Katie serves the Office of Medical Education in a professional capacity by administering its administrative, instructional and research functions. This includes human resources and facilities management, monitoring and preparing projects, budgets, and instructional support.
Katie graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a dual bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Italian Language and Literature. She brings to OMED a broad range of experiences from her previous employment in the Honors College and the Department of Social Work, as well as extensive international travel.