Date/Time: Wednesday, February 27, 2013, 12pm - 1pm
Location: OKC Bird Library Auditorium, Room 299
Tulsa Campus - LC 204
Britta Thompson , Ph.D.
Assistant Dean for Medical Education
College of Medicine
Dr. Thompson is the Assistant Dean for Medical Education and the Director of the Office of Medical Education at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. She oversees activities associated with medical education and simulation, including curriculum and faculty/staff development, curriculum evaluation and learner assessment, simulation and standardized patient program, instructional and information technology, as well as the Willed Body Program.
Dr. Thompson received her PhD in educational psychology from Texas A&M University and her Master’s degree in nutritional biochemistry from the University of Missouri at Columbia. After receiving her PhD, she joined the faculty at Baylor College of Medicine where she was the Director of Evaluation and Assessment and the Director of the Simulation Program.
Her research interests are in the area of medical education including evaluating activities that promote student reflection, assessing cultural competency education programs, evaluating faculty development programs, and determining the efficacy of curricular innovations such as Team-Based Learning. Through her work, she has been awarded several teaching and educational research awards. Her work has resulted in over 100 regional and national presentations and over 30 peer-reviewed articles.
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