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MedBiquitous Community Connection: August 25 Webinar Q&A

The August 25th webinar featured two presentations:

  • "Creating a Low-Cost Analytics Solution for Medical Education Data" featuring Aneet Bhattal, Manager, Business Intelligence, University of Virginia School of Medicine
  • "Development Process for UCF's HoloLens Augmented Reality Application on Cardiac Disorders" featuring Melissa Cowan, Instructional Learning Designer, and Michael Callahan, Director of Knowledge Management, both from the University of Central Florida (UCF) College of Medicine

The Q&A portion of the webinar is detailed below.

ANSI U.S. Standards Strategy 2020: Open for Public Comment

Now open for public comment is the American National Standards Institute’s (ANSI) first draft of the 2020 update to the United States Standards Strategy (USSS). This strategy details the guiding principles and approaches to how the U.S. develops standards and participates in the international standards-setting process.

The deadline to provide public comment is August 31, 2020.

MedBiquitous Community Connection: June 30 Webinar Q&A

The June 30th webinar featured two presentations:

  • "Driving the Golden Spike that Unites Learning Outcomes with Teaching Activities" with Hugh Stoddard, PhD, and Jess Bowling, BFA, CTS, CSM, both from Emory University School of Medicine
  • "Data Sharing and Collaboration for Health Professions Education and Credentialing" with Robby Robson, PhD, from Eduworks Corporation 

The Q&A portion of the webinar is detailed below.

MedBiquitous Community Connection: June 9 Webinar Q&A

The June 9th webinar, "The Road to MedBiquitous," featured a keynote by Dr. Marc Triola, Associate Dean for Educational Informatics and Director, Institute for Innovations in Medical Education, NYU Langone Health, along with an overview of the MedBiquitous Program by Dr. Johmarx Patton, Director of Educational Technology and Standards, AAMC.

The Q&A portion of the webinar is detailed below. 

The MedBiquitous ThinkTank

The MedBiquitous Program recently launched its virtual community, MedBiquitous ThinkTank. This community space is for health professions educators and technology innovators to actively engage in the dialogue and consensus-driven process related to developing data standards for health professions education, competence assessment, and quality improvement. Aligned with the current offering of our themed webinar series, we hope this is also a valuable space to continue the conversation around presented content.

Welcome to the MedBiquitous Team: Ben Hsu

I’m originally from Norman, Oklahoma and have been a student at the University of Michigan since 2015. I graduated with my bachelor’s in Biopsychology and a minor in Music in 2019. I’m currently a master’s student in the Health Informatics joint degree program at U-M’s School of Information. I’m really thrilled to be working with Johmarx and Jeff to support the mission of MedBiquitous and the AAMC this summer.

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