Tricks of the Trade: Clinically Transitioning from Medical School to Residency
Sharon Bord, MD
Assistant Professor Co-Director Medical Student Education, Clerkship Director
Johns Hopkins University School of MedicineSharon Bord is an assistant professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She attended medical school at The George Washington University School of Medicine and then completed residency training at Boston Medical Center. She has a focus on both undergraduate and graduate medical education and is a member of the Teaching College, a group of faculty in the Department of Emergency Medicine dedicated to educational endeavors for both residents and medical students. She serves as the Co‐Director for the required medical student clerkship and subinternship in Emergency Medicine and has been integral in developing new curriculum and exam material including an observed structured clinical exam(OSCE). She also directs the capstone course, TRIPLE, for graduating fourth year medical students teaching critical skills to aid with the transition to internship and beyond. Her research is in the area of medical education with a focus on student assessment. On a national level she is member of CORD(Committee of Residency Directors) and member at large on the CDEM(Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine) board. She was co-chair for the SLOE committee with the goal of reworking the SLOE in the COVID era. She also has served as track chair for the CDEM track at the CORD conference. Additionally, she served on the editorial board for a nationally renowned board review question book. Internationally, she developed course material and produced online lecture materials on core Emergency Medicine topics for a company based in Germany. Her videos have been viewed by approximately 23,000 individuals.
Medical Education Fellow Section of Emergency Medicine
University of ChicagoAndrew Golden is a first-year Medical Education Fellow at the University of Chicago Section of Emergency Medicine. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Neurobiology and Physiology from Purdue University before attending medical school at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. He completed his residency training and was a Chief Resident at the University of Cincinnati Department of Emergency Medicine. As a Medical Education Fellow, he currently works as an attending physician at the University of Chicago adult emergency department and is involved with resident and medical student education. His research interests include workplace-based assessment of learners, entrustable professional activities, and entrustment decisions. When not working, he can often be found running along Lake Michigan or SCUBA diving in new tropical locations.
University of Cincinnati RAMS Board, Member-at-Large 2020-21 RAMS Board, Secretary-Treasurer 2021-22Hamza Ijaz is a second year emergency medicine resident at the University of Cincinnati. He graduated from the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences in 2019. He currently serves as the SAEM-RAMS Secretary & Treasurer. His interests are in medical education, ED administration and operations.