Medical Education Research Boot Camp: Improve Your Educational Research #3
Sally Santen, MD, PhD
Sally Santen, MD, PhD, is professor of emergency medicine and medical education at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and vice-chair of education research in the department of medical education. She is the senior associate dean, assessment, evaluation, and scholarship and professor of emergency medicine at Virginia Commonwealth School of Medicine. Previously she was an assistant dean at the University of Michigan Medical School and Emory School of Medicine.
Dr. Santen earned her MD from the George Washington University School of Medicine and completed a residency in emergency medicine at the George Washington/Georgetown hospitals. As a junior faculty at Vanderbilt University, she earned a PhD in education.
Dr Santen is the recipient of several awards for her work in education, including the SAEM Hal Jayne Excellence in Education Award which recognizes outstanding contributions to emergency medicine through the teaching of others and the improvement of pedagogy.She is also a Hedwig van Ameringen Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine® (ELAM) Program fellow
Dr. Santen has published more than 200 papers, including over 30 papers in Academic Emergency Medicine, as well as perspectives inJAMA and New England Journal of Medicine. While at the University of Michigan, she was the co-principal investigator for the American Medical Association Accelerating Change in Medical Education grant. Dr. Santen was responsible for the evaluation of several NIH grants including, CTSA, T32, R25, and PREP. She is currently the evaluator for a Virginia Department of Health grant and a Health Resources and Services Administration well-being grant. She is an evaluation and scholarship consultant for the American Medical Association Accelerating Change in Medical Education consortium.