The Ohio State University
The subject of a September 9 OSU College of Medicine Joint Grand Rounds is the “Use of Simulation-based Education to Improve Patient Care.” Guest speaker Diane Wayne, MD, from Northwestern University will present the inter-departmental session at 7:00 am in Room 170 of the Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute (DHLRI) located at 473 W. 12th Avenue. Dr. Wayne is a clinician-educator at Northwestern University, Vice-Chair of Education in the Department of Medicine and Internal Medicine Residency Program Director. Her research interests include simulation-based education, standard setting and competency assessment of students, residents and fellows. Dr. Wayne has published on the value and outcomes from simulation training and checklists for CVC placement, thoracentesis and ACLS.
Dr. Wayne has received numerous awards including the 2007 National Award for Medical Education Scholarship from the Society of General Internal Medicine and the 2007 Thomas Hale Ham Award for New Investigators from the Research in Medical Education Committee (RIME) of the AAMC. She was a 2010 recipient of the Parker Palmer "Courage to Teach" National Program Director Award from the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education. Dr. Wayne has also been a Deputy Editor of the Journal of General Internal Medicine since 2006.