After submitting the two highest scoring educational curricula abstracts (named below) to the High Value Practice Academic Alliance National Research and Education Conference (HVPAA), the Medicine Core Clerkship, led by Amit Pahwa, assistant professor in General Internal Medicine, and Danelle Cayea, assistant professor in Geriatrics, won the conference award for Best Educational Curriculum.

  • Effect of High Value Care Curriculum in 3rd Year Medicine Clerkship: Amit Pahwa, MD; Danelle Cayea, MD; Kevin Eaton, MD; Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
  • Novel Curriculum Effectively Teaches High-Value Care Principles to 1st Year Medical Students: Amit Pahwa, MD; Danelle Cayea, MD; Kevin Eaton, MD; Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Academic medical centers across the United States submitted 19 medical school and GMEC educational curriculum abstracts to the 1st HVPAA conference. Using a 6 metric rubric to evaluate quality, innovation and efficacy, a panel of experts reviewed each curriculum in blinded fashion. The award certificate and $500 prize will be presented at the HVPAA conference on October 8-9, 2017.  The team will be commended for effectively integrating high value care principles into medical education in a longitudinal fashion at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

To see other members of the DOM who will receive awards for their abstracts at the HVPAA conference, visit: https://medicine-matters.blogs.hopkinsmedicine.org/2017/07/members-of-the-dom-win-high-value-practice-awards/

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