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COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

Curriculum & Evaluation


Debra Hazen-Martin, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Curriculum-Basic Sciences
Professor, Dept. of Pathology
hazenmad@musc.edu
Walton Research Building
Room 811

792-2906

Oversees the basic science curriculum development, implementation and evaluation for years 1 through 4 of the medical school curriculum, including all basic science themes in years 1 and 2 and the integration of the basic sciences in the clinical training years 3 and 4.


Donna Kern, M.D.
Associate Dean for Curriculum-Clinical Sciences
Assistant Dean for Patient Safety and Simulation
Associate Professor, Dept. of Family Medicine
kerndh@musc.edu

Colbert Education Center/Library
Room 200E

792-9890

Oversees the clinical curriculum development, implementation and evaluation for years 1 through 4 of the medical school curriculum, including the Fundamentals of Patient Care theme in years 1 and 2 and the clinical training curriculum in years 3 and 4.



Chanita Hughes-Halbert, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Assessment and Evaluation
Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
hughesha@musc.edu
Colbert Education Center/Library Room 200J
792-1917

Provides novel expertise in the assessment of educational outcomes for the medical school and graduate medical education programs.


Inda Johnson, M.Ed.
Director of Education Technology
johnsi@musc.edu
Walton Research Building
Room 205
792-6773

Assists in the development and implementation educational resources and supporting websites, facilitates class activities including student and faculty support for lectures, small groups, online exercises, reviews, and student evaluation. Provides educational technology support for faculty and students.


Sara Frampton
Manager of Clinical Coordination, Credentialing and Compliance for Medical Students
frampto@musc.edu
792-2427

Helps guide all 3rd and 4th year medical students through their final years at MUSC.  This includes coordinating all visiting student rotations, scheduling for our current MUSC students, credentialing and ensuring that all students are in compliance with our requirements for graduation.


Madeline Martin, M.Ed.
Curriculum Coordinator,
Year 2
martinma@musc.edu
Walton Research Building
Room 207
792-4459

Coordinator for the 2nd year Basic Sciences curriculum:  assists in the development and implementation of educational resources, facilitates class activities including student and faculty support for lectures, small groups, online exercises and reviews.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                        
Lindsay Severe
Fundamentals of Patient Care Curriculum Coordinator, Year 2
severe@musc.edu
Colbert Education Center/Library
Room 200H
792-4437
 Provides support and coordination for the Fundamentals of Patient Care theme in Year 2 and the Ethics portion of the Fundamentals of Patient Care theme in Years 3 and 4.

Nicole Borkoski, M.Ed.
Curriculum Coordinator,
Year 1
Walton Research Building Room 206
792-3331
Coordinator for the 1st year Basic Sciences curriculum: assists in the development and implementation of educational resources, facilitates class activities including student and faculty support for lectures, small groups, and online exercises.

Allison Randle
Fundamentals of Patient Care Curriculum Coordinator,
Year 1
randlea@musc.edu       
Colbert Education Center/Library
Room 200B
792-7406

Provides support and coordination for the Fundamentals of Patient Care theme in Year 1 along with Internship 101 in year 4

 

Janice Hazy, MSN
Director,
CCET- Clinical Evaluation and Teaching
hazyj@musc.edu
Colbert Education Center/Library
Room 200C
792-0426

Oversees the Center for Clinical Evaluation and Teaching. Trains standardized patients for teaching and evaluation sessions for the Fundamentals of Patient Care, College of Medicine clerkships, College of Nursing, College of Pharmacy, Physicians Assistants and other programs. Assists with clinical case development and oversees clinical skills exams.


Vivian Liann Mitchell
Program Coordinator,
CCET- Clinical Evaluation and Teaching
mitchevl@musc.edu
Colbert Education Center/Library
Room 200D
792-7832

Recruits and trains Standardized Patients and assists in the Objective Structured Clinical Exams. Manages financial procedures for the CCET and Fundamentals of Patient Care, including IITs, work orders, invoices, office supply purchases and compensation to the Standardized Patients.


Michele Knoll, MA, CHES
Manager of Assessment & Evaluation
knollm@musc.edu
Colbert Education Center/Library
Room 200F
792-5888
Manages the Office of Assessment and Evaluation, I am responsible for leading and directing the college-wide assessment and evaluation procedures resulting in a sustainable and standard enterprise assessment and evaluation process across the College of Medicine. Oversees the management and training of the entire E*Value system for the College of Medicine as well as overseeing all educational assessments and data analysis of evaluation and assessment data, interpretation and report writing of data analysis and evaluation findings that are done within the Office of Assessment and Evaluation.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             
Elizabeth Smith, M.Ed
Data Analyst for the Office of Assessment & Evaluation
Colbert Education Center/Library
Room 200A
792-8248
Assists with assessment and evaluation projects conducted by the Office of Assessment and Evaluation.

Kathy Brower
LCME Site Coordinator
Administrative Manager for the Education Core
browerk@musc.edu
Colbert Education Center/ Library 200G
792-3841

Manages the administrative activities of the LCME accreditation process, including the logistics of the survey visit, production of the completed Medical Education Database and ongoing LCME standards integration into the education, diversity, admissions, and student affairs (EDAS) core units.  Closely aligned with this is the management of the administrative functions of the associate deans for curriculum  (Basic and Clinical Sciences) and administrative staff management for the EDAS core units, primarily as the liaison for HR functions.


Juanita Brunson, MS, CHES
Geriatric & Rehabilitation Curriculum Coordinator
Colbert Education Center/Library Room 200A
792-0460

 

 
 

Coordinates and administers the Geriatric Medicine program curriculum and course evaluations, including the Senior Mentor Program. Provides administrative support for the Rehabilitation Medicine Curriculum as well as for the Center for Clinical Evaluation and Teaching activities.

 
 
 

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