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Women in Medicine and Science at Upstate: Lynn M. Cleary MD

This guide provides information on female pioneers associated with Upstate and its predecessor institutions who left lasting impacts on medicine and science. Please check back regularly as we will continue to add influential women to this guide.

Lynn M. Cleary MD

Lynn Cleary completed her medical degree at The Ohio State University College of Medicine and her residency in internal medicine at Tufts-New England Medical Center. At Tufts, she worked with fellow trainees to develop a didactic curriculum for the medical clerkship and was honored by the students with the Tufts Medical School Resident Teaching Award. Thus began her career long commitment to furthering medical education.

Dr. Cleary came to Upstate in 1985 as a faculty member in the Department of Medicine and worked closely with medical students and residents. She has lectured in the areas of quality, patient safety, and leadership and her courses are continually ranked in the top 10% by Upstate students. Her abilities as an educator have led to numerous administrative positions including: Associate Dean for Curriculum, Senior Associate Dean for Education and currently she is Vice President for Academic Affairs. In this role, she oversees academic and student affairs, inter-professional education initiatives on campus, and program assessments, including LCME and Middle States accreditations.

Dr. Cleary’s commitment to education extends to the national level through involvement with many organizations. She is currently co-president of the New York Upstate Chapter of the American College of Physicians. She has also served on the board of directors of Alpha Omega Alpha, a medical honor society, and the National Board of Medical Examiners, which awarded her an honorary lifetime membership. Dr. Cleary was an advisor and core contributor for the Association of American Medical Colleges’ Core Entrustable Professional Activities for Residency and Recommendations for Clinical Skills Curricula for Undergraduate Medical Education.

Dr. Cleary’s work as a medical educator has been recognized by numerous awards. She is a recipient of the Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award and the Exceptional Mentor Award from the National American Medical Women’s Association. In 2017 she was honored by the AAMC with the Alpha Omega Alpha Robert J. Glaser Distinguished Teacher Award. She was promoted to SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor, the State University of New York’s highest honor, in 2004.

Bibliography

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  2. Cleary L:  Discoveries.  Annals of Internal Medicine.  1991; 15:321-322.
  3. Cleary L: Review of The Medical Interview: A Primer for Students of the Art.  Second edition by J. Coulehan, M. Block.  Annals of Internal Medicine.  1992; 117:271.
  4. Cleary L:  Review of Doctors Talking with Patients/patients Talking with Doctors.  D. Roter, J. Hall, Annals of Internal Medicine.  1993; 119:1056.
  5. Newman N, Cleary L, Loftus T: A Student‑Friendly Computerized Clinical Log (letter).  Academic Medicine. 1994; 69:899‑900.
  6. Reinhart S, Moses A, Cleary L, Scheinman S:  Acute Interstitial Nephritis with Renal Failure Associated with Prophylthiouracil Therapy.  American Journal of Kidney Diseases.  1994; 4:575‑577.
  7. Cleary L: Discoveries. On Being a Doctor, edited by LaCombe, MA, pp.49‑51.  American College of Physicians, Philadelphia, PA, 1995 (reprinted from Annals of Internal Medicine.  1991; 15:321‑322).
  8. Gruppen LD, Grum C, Fincher R‑ME, Parenti C, Cleary LM, et al:  Multi‑site Reliability and Validity of a Diagnostic Pattern Recognition Knowledge Assessment Instrument.  Academic Medicine.  1996; 71:S65‑S67.
  9. Loftus T, Newman N, Cleary L:  Complementary Clinical Experiences on Inpatient and Ambulatory Rotations in a Third-Year Clerkship. The Internal Medicine Clerkship, Educational Clearinghouse for Internal Medicine, 1996.
  10. Kavey R-EW, Rourke KM, Cleary  LM:  Cardiovascular Risk Factor Identification: An Educational Experience for Third‑Year Medical Students.  Academic Medicine. 1997; 72(5):442‑443.
  11. Cleary LM: Involuntary Weight Loss. In: Decision Making in Medicine-an Algorithmic Approach, 2nd Ed, edited by Greene HL, Johnson WP, Lemcke D. pp. 10. Mosby, Inc., St. Louis, 1998.
  12. Cleary LM, Loftus T:  Using a Clerkship “Mini-course” to Gain Student “Buy-In” for Learning Preventive Medicine.  Academic Medicine, 2000; 75:520-521.
  13. Cleary L.  SUNY Upstate Medical University College of Medicine.  Academic Medicine, Supplement: A Snapshot of Medical Students’ Education at the Beginning of the 21st Century. 2000. 75:S261-264.
  14. Cleary L, Lesky L, Schultz HJ, Smith L:  Geriatrics in Internal Medicine Clerkships and Residencies: Current Status and Opportunities.  American Journal of Medicine. 2001;  111:738-741.
  15. Cleary L, Gregory R:  Sexual Dysfunction with SSRI’s.  Case Report and Discussion.  SUNY Ambulatory Medical Associations (SAMA) Update.  September 2002.
  16. Cleary LM.  Population-Based Prevention:  A Core Competency in Medical Education.  Am J. Prev. Med 2003;24(4S):161-163.
  17. Brangman SB, Bishop J, Grethlein SJ, Cleary LC. Geriatrics Curriculum at the State University of New  York Upstate Medical University College of Medicine. Academic Medicine, Supplement on the AAMC-Hartford Geriatrics Curriculum Program. 2004. 79:S 135-140.
  18. Sierles FS, Brodkey AC, Cleary LM, McCurdy FA, Mintz M, Frank J, Lynn DJ, Chao J, Morgenstern BZ, Shore W, Woodard JL. A National Survey of Medical Students’ Exposure to and Attitudes about Drug Company Interactions. JAMA. 2005; 294: 1034-1042.
  19. Ogden PE, Wu EH, Elnicki MD, Battistone MJ, Cleary LM, Fagan MJ, Friedman E, Gliatto PM, Harrell HE, Jennings MS, Ledford CH, Mechaber AJ, Mintz M, O’Brien K, Thomas MR, Wong RY. Do Attending Physicians, Nurses, Residents, and Medical Students Agree on What Constitutes Medical Student Abuse? Academic Medicine. 2005; 80:S80-S83.
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  21. Cleary L. “Forward-Feeding” About Students’ Progress: The Case for Longitudinal, Progressive, and Shared Assessment of Medical Students. Invited editorial. Academic Medicine. 2008;83:800.
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  24. Cleary LM, Turner DC. State University of New York Upstate Medical University College of Medicine. Academic Medicine, Supplement: A Snapshot of Medical Student Education in the United States and Canada: Reports from 128 Schools. 2010; 85: S398-S406.
  25. Trief P, Cleary L, Goodman S, Duggan D, Van Nortwick M, Scheinman S. A Case-Based Approach to Chair Development. MedEdPORTAL; 2011. Available from: www.mededportal.org/publication/8606.
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  1. Newman N, Cleary L, Loftus T.  A Student‑Friendly Computerized Clinical Log.  Proceedings of the 17th Annual IME Exhibits, AAMC Group on Educational Affairs, November 6‑12, 1992. (Poster)
  2. Newman N, Cleary L, Loftus T.  A Student-Friendly Computerized Clinical Log.  Sixth Annual Charles R. Ross, PhD Research Poster Session, December 2-3, 1992. (Poster)
  3. Cleary LM, Loftus T, Simon D.   Mini‑Courses in a Clerkship Curriculum. Proceedings 16th SGIM Annual Meeting. Clinical Research 41(2):555a, 1993.
  4. Loftus TH, Newman N, Cleary L.  Complementary Clinical Experiences on Inpatient and Ambulatory Rotations in a Third Year Clerkship.  In Abstract Submissions, (p.95), 7th Biennial Teaching Internal Medicine Symposium, October 29‑31,  1993. (Poster)
  5. Loftus TH, Newman N, Cleary L.  Complementary Clinical Experiences on Inpatient and Ambulatory Rotations in a Third Year Clerkship.  Seventh Annual Charles R. Ross, PhD Research Poster Session, December 8-9, 1993.  (Poster)
  6. Loftus TH, Edwards B, Franklin P, Cleary L.  A Minicourse in Preventive Medicine.  In:  Journal of General Internal Medicine 9(April Suppl 2):79, 1994.
  7. Loftus, TH, Yanni L, Newman N, Edwards B, Franklin P, Cleary L.  A Minicourse in Preventive Medicine. Eighth Annual Charles R. Ross Research Poster Session, December 7-8, 1994. (Poster)
  8. Loftus TH, Yanni L, Newman N, Edwards B, Franklin P, Cleary L.  A Minicourse in Preventive Medicine.  Journal of General Internal Medicine, 10(April Supplement):91, 1995 (Poster).
  9. Cleary LM, Loftus T, Beatty P, Newman N.  A Comparison of Student Clinical Experiences in General Internal Medicine and Family medicine Ambulatory Sites.  Society of General Internal Medicine 19th
  10. Annual Meeting, Washington, DC,  May 2‑4, 1996.  Journal of General Internal Medicine 11 (Suppl 1), April 1996.
  11. Grathlein SJ, Loftus T, Cleary L.  Plagiarism in Medical Education:  How Serious?  How Common?.  In: Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine, Abstracts in 1999 CDIM National Meeting, September 30-October 2, 1999.  Oral presentation, S. Grethlein, presenter.
  12. Tamburini M, Cleary L, Grant W, Weinberger H.  SUNY HSC College of Medicine Faculty Development Needs Assessment.  13th Annual Charles R. Ross, Ph.D. Research Poster Session, Syracuse, NY, December 15, 1999 (poster).
  13. Cleary LM, Grethlein S, Loftus T.  Plagiarism and Medical Education.  13th Annual Charles R. Ross, Ph.D. Research Poster Session, Syracuse, NY, December 15, 1999 (poster).
  14. Cleary LM, Kovach R, Loftus T.  Integrating Curriculum Topics:  Challenges, Successes, Failures in Internal Medicine.  14th Annual Charles R. Ross, Ph.D. Research Poster Session, Syracuse, NY, November 29, 2000.
  15. Brangman SA, Bishop JE, Cleary LM, Mevec K.  Enhancing Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine Education in Undergraduate Medical Education.  15th Annual Charles R. Ross, PhD, Research Poster Session, Syracuse, NY, December 5-6, 2001.
  16. Cleary LM, Brangman SA, Grethlein SJ, Mevec K, Jackson-Young J:  “LinkAges” at SUNY Upstate and OASIS:  A cooperative Community and Academic Medical Center Educational Program.  American Geriatrics Society 2002 Annual Scientific Meeting, Washington, DC, May 8-12, 2002.  Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 2002: 50(4):S34.
  17. Babu N, Cleary LM:  End-of-Life and Palliative Care Education:  Student and Faculty Preferences.  16th Annual Charles R. Ross Research Poster Session.  SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY.  December 2002.
  18. Rudd B, Cleary LM:  Graduating Medical Student Opinion Regarding Education in Cross-Disciplinary Topics.  16th Annual Charles R. Ross Research Poster Session.  SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY.  December 2002.
  19. Bartoszek M, Cleary LM.  Prescription or Self-direction:  Elective Choices of Medical Students in a Flexible Fourth Year.  17th Annual Charles R. Ross Research Poster Session.  SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY.  December 2003.
  20. Bartoszek M, Keating EG, Cleary LM.  A Randomized Trial of Two Medical Student Advisory Systems.  17th Annual Charles R. Ross Research Poster Session.  SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY.  December 2003.
  21. Bartoszek M, Cleary LM.  Elective Choices of Medical Students in a Flexible Fourth Year Curriculum: Prescription or Self-direction?  Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (AAMC) 2004 Regional Meeting. Pittsburgh, PA. April 30, 2004. (poster)
  22. Bartoszek M, Keating EG, Cleary LM.  A Randomized Trial Comparing Two Advisory Systems for Medical Students.  Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (AAMC) 2004 Regional Meeting. Pittsburgh, PA. April 30, 2004. (poster)
  23. Cleary L, Revette S, Touhey M. Student Use of Online Streaming Videotapes of Lectures in a Medical School Curriculum. Conference on Instructional Technologies. State University of New York at Stonybrook. June 2, 2004. (poster)
  24. Wu E, Elnicki M, Ogden P, for The PAMS (Perceived Abuse of Medical Students) Investigators (Battistone M, Cleary L, Elnicki M, Fagan M, Friedman E, Gliatto P, Harrell H, Jennings M, Ledford C, Mechaber A, Mintz M, O’Brien K, Ogden P, Thomas M, Wong R, Wu E). Do Attending Physicians, Nurses, Residents and Medical Students Agree on What Constitutes Medical Student Abuse? Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting. New Orleans, La. May 14, 2005. (poster)
  25. Muthu V, Meraj R, Krenzer B, Cleary L. Renal Vein Thrombosis in the setting of Idiopathic Retroperitoneal Fibrosis. New York State American College of Physicians Upstate Chapter Scientific Meeting. Rochester, NY. November 12, 2008. (poster)
  26. Vaidya GN, Kalakonda A, Vadlamudi R, Cleary L. CMV Colitis in Immunocompetent Patient Mimicking Rectal Carcinoma. American College of Gastroenterology Annual Scientific Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. October 17, 2014.
  27. Botash A, Recker-Hughes C, Carkey B, Carboni D, Cleary L. Embedding Interprofessional Education into a Learning Experience: Creating Twelve Tips. Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) Institute, Washington, DC. May 5, 2017. (poster). Received Best Poster Award.
  1. Elnicki M, Fagan M, Jennings M, Ledford C, Mechaber A, Cleary L editor for scenario #4, Medical Student Abuse…or Not? DVD and Video with 5 scenarios. Paul Ogden, Producer. Texas A&M University System Health Science Center College of Medicine, Woodward Creative Group. 2004
  1. Hypercalcemia and a Lytic Bony Lesion (CPC).  SUNY Upstate Medical University, Department of Medicine Grand Rounds, Syracuse, NY, 1989.
  2. Pitfalls in Prescribing.  Grand Rounds, Watkins Glenn Hospital, NY, 1991.
  3. Clinical Teaching:  A Dissemination Model.  SUNY Upstate Medical University, Department of Pathology Grand Rounds, Syracuse, NY, 1991.
  4. Clinical Teaching:  A Dissemination Model.  SUNY Upstate Medical University, Department of Surgery Grand Rounds, Syracuse, NY, 1992.
  5. A Woman with Polymyositis and Interstitial Lung Disease (CPC).  SUNY Upstate Medical University, Department of Medicine Grand Rounds, Syracuse, NY, 1993.
  6. Update on Screening Tests.  NY Upstate ACP Scientific Meeting, Syracuse, NY, 1995.
  7. Choosing the Right Drug - Case-based Interactive Session.  Regional Primary Care Symposium, Oswego Hospital, May, 1996.
  8. Sudden Blindness in an Elderly Male (CPC).  SUNY Upstate Medical University, Department of Medicine Grand Rounds, Syracuse, NY, 1996.
  9. Evaluation of and Feedback to Learners.  Rural Medical Education Faculty Development Workshop, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY, September 1996.
  10. Enhancing Clinical Teaching Skills:  The Stanford Faculty Development Model.  Innovative Teaching Methodologies Conference, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. Rochester, NY, December, 1996.
  11. Overview of Medical Consultation and Preventive Medicine, Medicine Resident Board Review Series. April, 1997.
  12. Heart Disease in Women/Estrogen Therapy.  1997 NY Upstate ACP Scientific Meeting, Rochester, NY October, 1997.
  13. An Adolescent with Catastrophic Multi-system Illness (CPC).  SUNY Upstate Medical University, Department of Medicine Grand Rounds, Syracuse, NY, 1998.
  14. Foodborne Illness. SUNY Upstate Medical University’s Update in Internal Medicine, Park City, UT, February, 1999.
  15. Screening Tests in General Medicine – Fact and Controversy.  SUNY Upstate Medical University’s Update in Internal Medicine, Park City, UT, 1999.
  16. Update on Screening.  Lowville Hospital, Lowville, NY, July 1, 1999.
  17. Curriculum Renewal at Upstate:  Local and National Perspectives.  Community Preceptor Teaching Conference, Department of Family Medicine, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY, June, 17, 2000.
  18. Curriculum Renewal at Upstate.  Grand Rounds, Department of Pediatrics, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY, September 13, 2000.
  19. Undergraduate Medical Education at SUNY Upstate Medical University.  Presented at the Project Medical Education event for congressional staffers and state legislative staffers, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY, August  28, 2001.
  20. Tips for Item-Writing for Multiple Choice Examinations. Presented to first and second year course directors at Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY, October 5, 2001.
  21. Cancer Screening.  Presented at the New York Upstate ACP-ASIM Meeting.  Rochester, NY, November 16, 2001.
  22. Gaps in Care (plenary) presented at Upstate Medical University, Education for Physicians in End-of-Life Care (EPEC) Course for faculty and residents, Syracuse, NY,  May 2, 2002.
  23. Cancer Screening, Primary Care Conference, VA Hospital, Syracuse, NY, May 31, 2002.
  24. The Use of Multiple Choice Tests in Medical School:  There Are No Answers, EPC Faculty Development Seminar Series, Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY, September 24, 2002.
  25. Learning from Other Clerkships Through the Alliance for Clinical Education.  Plenary Session at Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine National Meeting.  Invited Panel Moderator.  Washington, DC, October 18, 2002.
  26. Cancer Screening in Primary Care, VA Primary Care Conference, Embassy Suites Hotel, Syracuse, NY, March 7, 2003.
  27. Foodborne Illness, Internal Medicine Residency Core Lecture Series, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY, April 4, 2003.
  28. Relating the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Competencies to the Work of the National Board of Medical Examiners, Annual USMLE Step Committee Retreat, Monterey, CA, July 28, 2003.
  29. Evolution of the Basic Science Selective. SUNY Upstate Medical University. Faculty Development Noontime Series. September 28, 2004.
  30. Focus Session: Panel on Clinical Skills Education. American Association of Medical Colleges Annual Meeting. November 8, 2004, with Eugene Corbett, Deborah Danoff, and Erica Friedman.
  31. Welcome to the Profession of Medicine. Invited presentation. White Coat Ceremony. Upstate Medical University. August 24, 2005.
  32. Medical Education and Pharma: A Complicated Affair. Urology Grand Rounds, Upstate Medical University, June 8, 2006.
  33. Invited Panelist, Transition from Medical School to Residency Forum, AAMC Annual Meeting Group on Student Affairs Forum, Washington, D.C., November 3, 2007, with D. David, K. Armitage, E. Cheung, M. Lypson, P. Nalin, M. Osborne, R. Overton, M. Signer, J. Tarpley, J. Weiss, H. Wilson.
  34. Opening Plenary, Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell: Feeding Forward Information in the Clinical Clerkships. The Case for Longitudinal, Progressive, and Shared Assessment of Medical Students. Clerkship Directors of Internal Medicine (CDIM) Annual Meeting (Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine), Philadelphia, PA, October 23, 2009, with G. Dhaliwal, M. Kavan.
  35. Invited Speaker, Curriculum Integration, Educational Leadership Conference, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, Institute for Medical Education. New York Academy of Medicine; June 7, 2010.
  36. Invited Symposium Co-Chair, Education in Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics for Medical Students in 2010: An International Perspective, American College of Clinical Pharmacology 39th Annual Meeting. Baltimore, MD, September 12, 2010, with D. Neirenberg, D. Lehmann, S. Maxwell.
  37. Invited Panelist representing the Alliance for Clinical Education. Collaborations and Partnerships. Generalists Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. November 5, 2010.
  38. Invited Representative of the Alliance for Clinical Education (ACE) . Open Discussion with the Generalists in Medical Education, ACE, ASPE, IAMSE Leaders. The Generalists in Medical Education Annual Conference. Denver, CO. November 5, 2011.
  39. New Directions for “Clerkship” Education: Lessons from Three Schools. Panel and Discussion sponsored by the Alliance for Clinical Education. AAMC 2010 Annual Meeting. November 9, 2010.
  40. Who Cares About the Fourth Year of Medical School? Facilitator, Panel Presentation sponsored by the Alliance for Clinical Education. AAMC 2011 Annual Meeting. Denver, CO. November 8, 2011.
  41. Pain Management: Use of Opioids. Invited presentation. Palliative Care Across Health Care Settings: Integrating Palliative Care into Clinical Practice. Part of 2-day Conference sponsored by Upstate Medical University Institute for Continuing Nursing Education, College of Nursing, and University Hospital Palliative Care Service. Syracuse, NY. April 19, 2012.
  42. Update: The Fourth Year of Medical School. Invited Presentation, Upstate Medical University Faculty Development Seminar. January 24, 2012.
  43. Who Owns My Lecture? Invited Presentation on copyright, intellectual property, and academic freedom. Upstate Medical University Faculty Development Seminar. Convened and facilitated panel presentation with M. Lyons, C. Pope, W. Thurlow. March 27, 2012.
  44. The EMR: Opportunities and Challenges. Facilitator, Opening Plenary Panel. Clerkship Directors of Internal Medicine (CDIM) Annual Meeting. Academic Internal Medicine Week 2012. Phoenix, AZ, October 11, 2012, with D. Donnersberger and T. Painter.
  45. Defining Milestones for Undergraduate Medical Education. Facilitator, Panel Presentation sponsored by the Alliance for Clinical Education. AAMC 2012 Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. November 6, 2012, with R. Englander, S. Lieberman, and C. Chaffinch.
  46. AOA Physician Leadership Panel. Invited by students to participate in a Leadership Panel open to all medical students. Upstate Medical University. February 12, 2015, with A. Botash, R. Cantor, D. Duggan, G. Eastwood, and M. Iannuzzi.
  47. The Future of Competency-Based Assessments across the Continuum of Medical Education and Practice. Panel discussion. American Medical Students Association (AMSA) Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. February 27, 2015, with J. Grande, D. Hall, D. Melnick.
  48. Leadership Panel. Invited participant. Sponsored by AOA, Internal Medicine and Family Medicine Interest Group. Upstate Medical Univeristy. February 28, 2017, with G. Eastwood, J. Epling and D. Laraque-Arena.
  49. International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) Webcast Audio Seminar. Invited Presenter. Sharing Assessment Information: Why, How, and What to Consider. March 23, 2017.
  1. Faculty Development Workshops in Effective Teaching for Residents (ACP Associates).  Invited Facilitator, Connecticut ACP Chapter, 1990, 1992; NY Downstate ACP Chapter, 1992.
  2. Teaching in the Ambulatory Care Setting.  SUNY Upstate Medical University Division of General Internal Medicine, Syracuse, NY, September, 1991, with T. Loftus.
  3. The Internal Medicine Curriculum.  SUNY Upstate Medical University College of Medicine, Syracuse and Binghamton Campuses, Syracuse, NY, April, 1993, with T. Loftus.
  4. Ambulatory Education.  SUNY Upstate Medical University Faculty Development Seminars, Syracuse, NY, March, 1994, with T. Loftus.
  5. Evaluation of the Continuity Clinic Experience.  Department of Medicine Faculty Development Series for Community and Clinic Preceptors, Syracuse, NY, June, 1994, with T. Loftus and R. Napodano.
  6. Faculty Development Pre‑Course in Clinical Teaching.  Invited Facilitator, Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) Annual Meeting, 1996.
  7. Conference on Interdisciplinary Women’s Health Education. Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics. Invited Participant. 1996
  8. Teaching Clinical Preventive Medicine – A Moving Target. Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine (CDIM) National Meeting, Chicago, IL, September 1997, with T. Loftus.
  9. Teaching Evidence-Based Medicine in the Clerkships – Present and Future Strategies. CDIM National Meeting, Chicago, IL, September 1997, with D. Bordley, M. Fagan, et al.
  10. Community Based Teaching – Recruitment and Rewards. Ninth Biennial Teaching Internal Medicine Meeting, Chicago, IL, September 1997, with T. Loftus, T. Rohr-Kirchgraber.
  11. Teaching and Learning from Each Other – the Role for Self-directed Learning. SUNY Upstate Medical University Department of Medicine Faculty Development Retreat, Hamilton, NY, October 1997.
  12. Ambulatory Teaching.  SUNY Upstate Medical University Internal Medicine Faculty Development Retreat, Syracuse and Binghamton Campuses, Hamilton, NY, October, 1997, with T. Loftus and G. Ferenchik.
  13. Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease. University Hospital Department of OB/GYN Resident Lecture Series, Syracuse, NY, May 1998.
  14. Great Idea…but Not in My Clerkship.  Interdisciplinary curricula and the medicine clerkship.  CDIM National Meeting, Washington, DC, October 2000, with R. Kovach and T. Loftus.
  15. Successful Development of Interdisciplinary Curricula.  AAMC National Meeting, Chicago, IL, October 2000, with R. Kovach and T. Loftus.
  16. How the Internet Can Help in Patient Care: An interactive problem-solving session using the internet to answer questions from real patient care scenarios.  SUNY Upstate Medical University, November 16, 2000, with Nicole Canada, MS IV and Diane Hawkins, MLS.
  17. Inter-clerkship Collaboration:  Enhancing Core Competencies.  Alliance for Clinical Education (ACE). AAMC 2002 Annual Meeting.  November 12, 2002, with D. Magrane and F. McCurdy.
  18. How Much Help Do We Owe Students?  A Tale of Two Advisement Systems. SUNY Upstate Faculty Development Seminar. September 23, 2003, with Greg Keating, PhD, and MS 2 Mike Bartoszek.
  19. Interdisciplinary Teaching of Clinical Skills: Past, Present, and Future Challenges. Alliance for Clinical Education (ACE). AAMC 2003 Annual Meeting. November 10, 2003, with F. McCurdy, E. Corbett, et al.
  20. MedEdPORTAL: Providing Online Resources to Advance Learning in Medical Education. Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (AAMC) Annual Meeting. March 4, 2005, with C. Candler and R. Reynolds.
  21. Clinical Skills Remediation after Standardized Patient Examinations. Clerkship Directors of Internal Medicine Annual Meeting. October 21, 2005, with K. Hauer, E. Corbett, and E. Friedman.
  22. Clinical Skills Remediation after Standardized Patient Examinations. AAMC Group on Educational Affairs Annual Meeting. Portland, Oregon, November 6, 2005, with K. Hauer, E. Corbett, and E. Friedman.
  23. Basic Scientists are from Venus and Clinicians are From Mars (or Vice Versa): Bridging the Educational Culture Gap to Achieve Interplanetary Travel. AAMC Group on Educational Affairs Annual Meeting. November 8, 2005, with M. Lee, D. Mayer, M. Mintz, S. Rose, R. Pretorius, W.S. Schroth, S.R. Smith, N. Vasan.
  24. Leading and Managing for Institutional Excellence. AAMC Northeast Group on Educational Affairs Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA, March 4, 2006, with E. Mylona.
  25. Transitioning Into, Within, and Beyond Medical School. Moderator, AAMC Group on Educational Affairs Annual Meeting Focus Session, Washington, D.C., November 5, 2007, with J. Scott, J. Amiel, S. Patel, N. Schnor.
  26. Procedural Skills Education for Medical Students and Early Interns: What, Why, Who, How, and When? AAMC Group on Educational Affairs National Meeting Small Group Discussion, Washington, D.C., November 6, 2007, with B. Blatt, D. Elliot, D. Mayer, E. Mylona, J. Walsh.
  27. Developing a Competency-Based Curriculum: Are We Meeting the Needs of Medical Students in the Areas of Practice-Based Learning and System-Based Practice?  AAMC Group on Educational Affairs National Meeting Small Group Discussion, San Antonio, TX, November 5, 2008, with E. Mylona, S. Rose, N. Saks.
  28. Immersion in authentic patient-centered care: learning effective clinical skills and effective interprofessional teamwork by actually taking care of patients. AAMC Group on Educational Affairs National Meeting Small Group Discussion, San Antonio, TX, November 3, 2008, with D. Buchan, S. Flewelling, R. Hoppe, S. Bauer.
  29. Invited Facilitator for Small Group Appreciative Inquiry, AAMC Plenary Considering Quality in Medical Education. AAMC 2010 Annual Meeting. Plenary speaker Harold Pincus. November 7, 2010.
  30. Students as Teachers. Invited presentation. Upstate Medical University Faculty Development Seminar Series. March 22, 2011.
  31. Writing Effective Course and Clerkship Narratives. Upstate Medical University. For Pre-clerkship Course and Clerkship Directors. June 11 and July 12, 2013.
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