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Philip Liu Awards for Innovations in Anesthesia Education Recipients

2018 Recipients

Philip Liu Award for Innovation in Anesthesia Education – Education Research

The Effect of Gender on 360-Degree Evaluations at One Academic Center

  • Franklyn Cladis, MD – The Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
  • Erica Sivak, MD – The Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

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Runner-Up:
Evaluators’ Performance Beliefs and Their Impact on Judgments about “Marginal” Learners

  • Samuel David Yanofsky, MD, MSEd – The Children's Hospital of Los Angeles
  • Anne Vo, PhD – Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California
  • Julie Gayle Nyquist, PhD – Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California

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Philip Liu Award for Innovation in Anesthesia Education – Innovation in Curriculum

Coaching for Anesthesiology Trainees – Development of a Workplace-Based Assessment Tool

  • K. Karisa Walker, MD – University of Nebraska Medical Center
  • Faye Haggar, MS, EdS – University of Nebraska Medical Center
  • Jean A Simonson, MD – University of Nebraska Medical Center
  • Andrea Dutoit, MD – University of Nebraska Medical Center
  • Katie Goergen, MD – University of Nebraska Medical Center
  • Cathleen Peterson-Layne, MD, PhD – University of Nebraska Medical Center
  • Amy Duhachek-Stapelman, MD – University of Nebraska Medical Center

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Runner-Up:
A Family Focused Experience to Enhance Wellbeing of New Anesthesia Residents: “CA-1 Wellness Orientation and Family Experience”

  • Susan M Martinelli, MD – University of North Carolina
  • Fei Chen, PhD – UNC Chapel Hill
  • Annette Rebel, MD – University of Kentucky
  • Brooke A Chidgey, MD – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Amy DiLorenzo, MS – University of Kentucky
  • Robert Isaak, DO –University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

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2017 Recipients

Philip Liu Award for Innovation in Anesthesia Education – Education Research

Improving Resident Communication Skills with a Customizable Curriculum

  • John D. Mitchell, MD – Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  • Cindy M. Ku, MD – Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  • Brendan Lutz, BS – Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Dr. Sajid Shahul, MD, MPH – University of Chicago Medical Center
  • Vanessa Wong, BS – Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  • Dr. Stephanie B. Jones – Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

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Runner-Up:
Anesthesia Spaced Learning Initiative

  • Chris D. Glover, MD – Texas Children's Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine
  • Kim Nguyen, MD – Texas Children's Hospital
  • Nihar V. Patel – Texas Children's Hospital
  • Rahul Baijal – Texas Children's Hospital
  • Kale Wayman, MD – Texas Children's Hospital
  • Yang X. Liu, MD – Texas Children's Hospital

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Philip Liu Award for Innovation in Anesthesia Education – Innovation in Curriculum

Can Interprofessional Simulation-Based Team Training Improve Collaboration on Labor and Delivery?

  • Bridget M. Marroquin, MD – University of Vermont Medical Center
  • Nathalie Feldman, MD – University of Vermont Medical Center
  • Vincent Miller, MD – University of Vermont Medical Center
  • Kelley McLean, MD – University of Vermont Medical Center
  • Sarah MasiKahrs, RN – University of Vermont Medical Center

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Runner-Up:
Restructuring of the Advanced Core Educational Curriculum for Anesthesiology Residents

  • Ihab Kamel, MD – Temple University
  • Abiona Berkeley – Temple University
  • Gordon Morewood – Temple University

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