Jennifer Spicer, MD, MPH (@JenniferSpicer4 )

Jennifer Spicer, MD, MPH

Bio Infectious Diseases doctor @EmoryMedicine/@GradyHealth.
Curriculum development, instructional methods, #MedEd research, #IDMedEd, #SoMe education, visual design

Location Atlanta, GA
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Account created 24-05-2012 13:04:53
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iPhone : 1/ Reading this book tonight and found one of my new favorite quotes about active learning versus lecture.

“Carl Wieman, Nobel Laureate and STEM education reformer, found these results such a convincing case for active learning instruction....

Twitter Web App : THREAD
Many thanks to the > 10,000 people who voted in this poll. 777 voters thought Applicant 1 was "most qualified"; the balance voted for Applicant 2. I wanted to stimulate debate; the comments didn't disappoint. twitter.com/DrQuinnCapers4…

Twitter Web App : How can we change medical education, especially in medical school, to move from a "fixed mindset" to a "growth mindset"?

Change our assessments. And, to be honest, I think this is where true pass/fail can be enormously helpful. twitter.com/mededdoc/statu…

Twitter Web App : And here is their first #IDTweetorial on the management of persistent MRSA bacteremia while on vancomycin.

What would you do?? twitter.com/ID_fellows/sta…

Twitter Web App : #IDTwitter #MedTwitter
I highly recommend that you follow this account for great #IDMedEd content from some phenomenal ID fellows. twitter.com/ID_fellows/sta…

Twitter Web App : "I loved mentoring students of color, lecturing about implicit bias, and creating courses that promoted health equity. But I couldn’t manage it all. Schools need to provide more funding if they want to create truly inclusive and supportive environments." #medtwitter twitter.com/kdc_md/status/…