Moving Beyond Your Front Doors: Best Practices in Making Multi-institutional Medical Education Research a Reality (CDEM and Educational Research Interest Group Sponsored)

  • Danielle T. Miller, MD, MEd

    Dr. Danielle Miller is currently a medical education researcher in the Department of Emergency Medicine at University of Colorado Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus. She completed her Medical Education Scholarship Fellow at Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine and Masters of Medical Education at University of Cincinnati. Dr. Miller's research has been in competency-based medical education in GME and UME including creating multiple mastery learning curricula in Emergency Department (ED) thoracotomy, donning and doffing PPE, and US-guided serratus anterior plan nerve blocks for rib fractures. Within the context of competency research, Dr. Miller received the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine Education Research Grant for her project entitled “Development of a Simulation Curriculum and Web-Based Modules to Teach Core EPA 10 to Medical Students. Additionally, Dr. Miller's research includes the integration of technology into assessment of learners and how the electronic the electronic health record (EHR) can track educational interventions and patient-centered outcomes.