Location

Rochester, Minnesota

Summary

Mayo Primary Investigator for rCBS Cognitive Behavior Survey: Residency Years.

A consortium of internal medicine residencies is exploreing the role of the rCBS in research and assessment. The rCBS enables researchers to examine residencies in areas that are underexplored (learning behavior) or not explored at all (resident perception of how meaningful his/her educational experience is). There is no instrument that has been developed primarily for medical residents and that covers the range of areas related to learning (memorization, conceptualization, reflection, independent learning, critical thinking, meaningful learning, and attitude toward educational experience).

Consortium members will author the two lead rCBS papers, rCBS psychometrics and profile of resident learning. The latter paper will include the data collected this year(2002). Consortium members will take the lead in other studies that may involve only their residencies, or one or more of the other consortium

Recent Publications

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Professional Details

Joint Appointment

  1. General Internal Medicine

Academic Rank

  1. Associate Professor of Medicine

Education

  1. Residency - Internal Medicine Baystate Medical Center, Tufts University School of Medicine
  2. MD School of Medicine, State University of New York at Stony Brook
  3. BS Fairfield University
  4. Other Mount St. Michael Academy
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