2013 Macy Faculty Scholars
The Macy Faculty Scholars program is designed to identify and nurture the careers of educational innovators in medicine and nursing.
Lisa Day, PhD, RN, CNE
Washington State University College of Nursing
Lisa Day is a Clinical Professor at Washington State University College of Nursing; scholarship focuses on teaching and learning with emphasis on professional identity formation and values-based education. Dr. Day collaborated on a project to develop a process-based course in values clarification and professional identity for beginning nursing students; the course is now taught in four nursing schools in the U.S. and one in Taiwan, and Dr. Day and her colleagues are now working on a similar interprofessional course. She was teaching in the accelerated BSN program and collaborating with colleagues in the Duke University School of Medicine and in the Duke Health System (DUHS) to design interprofessional learning opportunities for RN students. Teaching will expanded to MSN courses that will allow for more interprofessional collaboration and development of on-line teaching skills. Dr. Day enrolled in a program to obtain certification as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in order to re-enter and stay connected to up-to-date nursing practice in complex, interprofessional clinical environments.
Memoona Hasnain, MD, MHPE, PhD
University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine
Memoona Hasnain is an Associate Professor at University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) College of Medicine and AVP for Education at Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER) in Philadelphia. The primary focus of Dr. Hasnain’s work is at the intersection of medicine and public health, with a special emphasis on interprofessional education and social determinants of health to address health disparities. Dr. Hasnain’s work has been consistently externally funded and published in peer reviewed journals. She has received numerous accolades for her research and teaching, including the Teaching Recognition Award by the UIC Council for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, the Health Policy and Administration Distinguished Alumni Award from UIC School of Public Health, and the Susan La Flesche Picotte, M.D. Health Equity Pioneer Award from UIC College of Medicine. She is past Chair of the Group on Faculty Development for the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine.
Kelly Karpa, PhD, RPh
Penn State College of Medicine
Kelly Karpa is an Associate Professor in the department of Pharmacology at Penn State University College of Medicine where she is the newly appointed director of the Office of Interprofessional Education and Teamwork. In addition to developing an IPE thread across the medical school curriculum, Dr. Karpa also plays integral roles in threading pharmacology throughout the curriculum and leading initiatives that promote safe and effective medication utilization. Recently, she led an IPE simulation event that involved 350 learners across four different colleges, representing seven different healthcare disciplines. In the fall of 2015, she was recognized by her peers with a Scholarship in Education award for work in which she and her colleagues developed teaching modules to demonstrate team-based care in primary care settings. She has been invited to present her work at several medical schools this year and she recently co-chaired a symposium for the American Society of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, where she also serves as secretary-treasurer for the Division of Pharmacology Education. During the past year, she has continued to publish her work related to medical education and medication safety in journals such as: BMC Med Edu, MedEd Portal, Adv Phys Edu, and AAFP’s Family Practice Essentials.
Lauren Meade, MD, FACP
Tufts University Medical School
Lauren Meade is Associate Professor of Medicine at Tufts University Medical School and Director of Clinical Learning and Development for Sound Physicians, a large physician practice across 35 states. She has previously served as Associate Program Director and Director of Faculty Development for Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Massachusetts. For seventeen years, Dr. Meade had a continuous healing relationship with her primary care patients as part of an integrated interprofessional primary care practice. She has created sustainable patient-centered programs in HIV, transition of care, transgender health, correctional health, substance abuse, and women’s health.
Dr. Meade’s Macy Faculty Scholars project implemented an observation and feedback teaching method for physician trainees related to a safe and effective discharge from the hospital. The discharge behaviors were generated together by patients, nurses and physicians and were implemented in fifteen Internal Medicine programs. Using this intervention, attendings had more confidence in the competence of their trainee for a safe discharge.
Mayumi Willgerodt, PhD, MPH, RN
University of Washington School of Nursing
Mayumi Willgerodt is Professor in the School of Nursing and Health Studies and Director of Graduate Students (DGS) for the University of Washington, Bothell. Her area of research/scholarship is on developing interprofessional curricula, assessment and evaluation of IPE and school health. She is key faculty and/or lead on several HRSA-funded grants. Dr. Willgerodt is also funded by PCORI and the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) to address care coordination and school nursing services in the United States. As the DGS, Dr. Willgerodt is facilitating the growth of graduate programs across the campus. She is on the editorial board of Journal of School Nursing, is the founding associate editor for the Journal of Interprofessional Education and Practice, serves on the Research Advisory Board for NASN and is a board member of the School Nurses of Washington. Dr. Willgerodt is active in several professional organizations, provides consultation services and volunteers with the homeless youth population in Seattle.