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Facilitator

 

 

Professor Erik K. Alexander
Professor Erik K. Alexander is the Executive Director of the Brigham Education Institute, Director of Undergraduate Medical Education (UME) at the Brigham & Women’s Hospital, and a Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He is an international leader in the field of Medical Education, and has published over 60 original manuscripts, editorials, text book chapters and other scholarly material in the field. Professor Erik K. Alexander directed the Core Internal Medicine clerkship & the Medical Subinternship at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital for 15 years, prior to leaving these roles to assume the role of Inaugural Director of the Brigham Education Institute (BEI) - a free-standing education institute that seeks to integrate, grow and advance the field of medical education among a staff of >3,000 healthcare professionals at the Brigham & Harvard Medical School. Professor Erik K. Alexander has helped lead two major curricular reforms efforts at Harvard Medical School, and separately advised and helped launch medical education programs in Saudi Arabia, Japan, Chile, and China. His most recent research has focused upon computational textual analysis to provide insight into medical students, medical communication, and the system of medical education.

 

 

Dr. Au Nhut Luan
Dr. Luan Au is a senior OB- GYN consultant and a lecturer at University of Medicine and Pharmacy at Ho Chi Minh City (UMP HCMC), Viet Nam. He is currently working in the yield of medical education, especially in Team - Based Learning (TBL) and Problem - Based Learning (PBL). He is deputy head of Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology HCMC UMP and head of Unit of Quality Assurance, UMP HCMC.

 

Dr. Pham Minh Hong
Dr. Pham Minh Hong is Associate Professor and Vice Dean of Faculty of Medicine - University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Ho Chi Minh city. She is a member of Vietnam Pediatric Association and Ho Chi Minh city Respiratory Society

 

Dr. Goodell
Dr Goodell is currently Assistant Dean for Admissions and Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine. Prior to this, she served as Director of Medical Education and Co-Director of the Harvard Home for Family Medicine at Harvard Medical School’s Center for Primary Care. In this role, she has developed and implemented educational programs in primary care and family medicine including the creation of new courses at all levels of medical education; from medical students through CME, with a particular focus on clinical skills, information mastery, and interprofessional education. She worked to address the oral health competency gap in primary care training with funding from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).Dr. Goodell worked with the Health Advancement in Vietnam since 2016; helping the faculties of medicine in multiple cities create and launch new longitudinal courses in clinical skills, with an emphasis on training in community settings. Throughout her career Dr. Goodell has served as a mentor for medical students, particularly during points of career transition, as well as serving as faculty advisor for student organizations and committees. In addition, Dr. Goodell served as the School Physician for the City of Medford since 2008 and a family physician at Winchester Physician Associates since 2007.
Dr. Goodell received her bachelor’s degree from Colby College and her MD from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. She completed a residency in family medicine from the Tufts University Family Medicine Residency Program and a Tufts Master Teacher Fellowship from Tufts University School of Medicine.
Dr. Goodell is Chair of the national Council on Graduate Medical Education and Co-Chair of the Leadership Development Task Force of the Council on Academic Family Medicine. She is an ad hoc reviewer for the journals Academic Medicine, Family Medicine and Annals of Family Medicine.