The Academics Roadmap: How to Get Where You Want to Go

Authors
  • andrew_king

    Andrew King, MD, MAEd, FACEP, FAAEM

    Associate Residency Program Director, Medical Education Fellowship Director

    The Ohio State University

    Andrew King, MD, MAEd, FACEP, FAAEM is the Associate Residency Program Director and Medical Education Fellowship Director at The Ohio State University. His professional interests include graduate medical education, curriculum design, assessment, program evaluation, and professional development. He has been the recipient of The Ohio State University Faculty Teacher of the Year, Ohio ACEP Medical Education Award, the CORD Faculty Teaching Award, and the CORD Academy for Scholars Award.
  • Christine A. Babcock, MD

    Christine A. Babcock, MD attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison for both her undergraduate and medical school studies. In 2007, Dr. Babcock completed emergency medicine resident training at the University of Chicago. After completing her residency, she then went on to receive her Master of Science in Threat & Response Management (MSc) from the University of Chicago. She is currently Associate Professor of Medicine & the Emergency Medicine Residency Program Director at the University of Chicago. She is also the President-Elect for the Illinois College of Emergency Physicians.
  • Cherri Hobgood, MD

    Professor of Emergency Medicine with Tenure

    Indiana University

    Dr. Cherri Hobgood is the Rolly McGrath Distinguished Professor and Chair of Emergency Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine. She received her medical degree from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in 1989 and her clinical training in the UNC Emergency Medicine residency program. At the completion of her emergency medicine training, Dr. Hobgood joined the faculty of UNC Department of Emergency Medicine under the leadership of Dr. Judith Tintinalli. Throughout her career she has focused her research and educational efforts on designing effective, safe, patient-centered communication in the emergency department. Her educational content and interventions on communication topics such as death notification have been widely incorporated into interprofessional curricula throughout the world. She is the author of more than 100 peer reviewed contributions to the medical literature which have been published in a variety of books and academic journals. As a member of the UNC School of Medicine faculty Dr. Hobgood served in a variety of leadership roles including Director of the Office of Educational Development, Director of the UNC Clinical Skills Center, Associate Dean for Curriculum and Educational Development for the School of Medicine, and Vice Chair of Emergency Medicine
  • John Burton, MD

  • Benjamin Schnapp, MD, MEd