Meredith Lora, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Emory School of Medicine
I am passionate about Medical Education and collaborative educational models. I trained in internal medicine at UCSF, and received formal training in the Health Professions Educational Pathway. In this pathway, I learned about curricular design as well as developing and evaluating innovative teaching models. During my time as clerkship director at Emory, I have reformed all educational didactics to those of case-based application and active learning and implemented a near-peer skill development session. In 2017, I developed an interdisciplinary clinical program that combines physicians, clinical pharmacists, and mid-level providers to increase access to PrEP through multimodal and patient-centered approach.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
The project objective is to develop an inter-professional learning experience within the acute care setting built around IPEC competencies. The project has three aims: 1) develop an inter-professional learning experience around care transitions within the acute care setting, 2) evaluate the impact on perceptions of teamwork and professional role formation among nursing and medical students, and 3) assess facilitators and barriers within the clinical setting to sustained implementation with repeated cohorts of students. The project consists of pairing medical and nursing students with a…