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2008-present University of Massachusetts Medical School
Professor: Department of Family Medicine & Community Health
2007-present University of Massachusetts Medical School
Senior Associate Dean for Educational Affairs
2006-present University of Massachusetts Medical School
Simulation Center, Interim Director
Undergraduate Medical Simulation, Director


1976-1980 McGill University Medical School
Degree: MDCM
Summer 1976 Universidad Autonomia, Madrid, Spain
Faculty of Medicine
Summer Fellow in Neurochemistry Research
1970-1976 McGill University, Montreal, Canada
Degree: BSc, Anatomical Science
Graduate with Great Distinction


1982-1984 Worcester Family Practice Residency Program
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA
Residency Graduate June, 1984
1980-1981 St. Paul’s Hospital, Vancouver, Canada
Rotating Internship Program

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Academic Article The standardized family: an innovation in primary care education at the University of Massachusetts.
Academic Article The effect of a domestic violence interclerkship on the knowledge, attitudes, and skills of third-year medical students.
Academic Article An interdisciplinary course on domestic and family violence.
Academic Article A first-year minicurriculum on TIA/stroke.
Academic Article University of Massachusetts Medical School.
Academic Article Tracking the longitudinal stability of medical students' perceptions using the AAMC graduation questionnaire and serial evaluation surveys.
Academic Article The standardized family: a cross-institutional effort to standardize the ambulatory clerkship experience.
Academic Article An interclerkship course on domestic abuse.
Academic Article Expanding the "standardized family" across three clerkships: a model for creating an interdisciplinary core curriculum in primary care.
Academic Article Global Longitudinal Pathway: has medical education curriculum influenced medical students' skills and attitudes toward culturally diverse populations?
Academic Article Sexual health innovations in undergraduate medical education.
Academic Article Teaching communication in clinical clerkships: models from the macy initiative in health communications.
Academic Article Learning from mistakes. Factors that influence how students and residents learn from medical errors.
Academic Article University of Massachusetts Medical School.
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