2024 APCCMPD LEADERSHIP CALL FOR NOMINATIONSNOMINATION DEADLINE: MARCH 15, 2024

The Association of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Program Directors (APCCMPD) is now accepting nominations for volunteer positions on the Ambulatory Care Curriculum Workgroup (ACWG).

 

Ambulatory Care Curriculum Workgroup

The APCCMPD Ambulatory Care Curriculum Workgroup (ACWG) serve as Section Editors for each teaching script within the 2-Year Ambulatory Care Curriculum. As Section Editors, the Workgroup maintains, updates, and disseminates the 40-topic ambulatory management curriculum to ensure current best practices and medical evidence are reflected. The APCCMPD ACWG reviews each teaching script annually. 

 2023-2024 AMBULATORY CARE CURRICULUM WORKGROUP


Chair
Stacey Kassutto, MD, MA
Director, Internal Medicine Residency Simulation Education
Core Faculty, Pulmonary Fellowship Education
Associate Director, Medical Education Leadership Track
Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine
University of Pennsylvania

Asha Anandaiah, MD
PCCM Training Program Director
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Massachusetts General Hospital/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard

Anna K. Brady, MD
PCCM Associate Program Director
Assistant Professor
Oregon Health & Science University
    

Tomas Cordova, MD
Fellow
Oregon Health & Science University

    

Marin McCutcheon, MD
Fellow
Oregon Health & Science University

Hugo Carmona, MD
PCCM Associate Program Director
Assistant Professor
University of Washington

Avraham Z. Cooper, MD
PCCM Training Program Director
Assistant Professor of Medicine
The Ohio State University
    

Kelsey Black, MD
Fellow
The Ohio State University

    

Avneet Singh, MD
Fellow
The Ohio State University

Bhavin Dalal, MBBS, MD
PCCM Training Program Director
Beaumont Health (Royal Oak)
Associate Professor
Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine
    

Kevin Almerico, MD
Fellow
Beaumont Health (Royal Oak)

David J. De La Zerda, MD
PCCM Training Program Director
Jackson Memorial Hospital
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
University of Miami
    

Eric Knott, MD
Fellow
Jackson Memorial Hospital


Executive Committee
Janaki Deepak, MBBS
Assistant Professor
University of Maryland School of Medicine
    

Hatoon Abbas, MBBS
Fellow
University of Maryland School of Medicine

    

Alexander Davies, MD
Fellow
University of Maryland School of Medicine

    

Sophie Korzan, MD
Fellow
University of Maryland School of Medicine

    

Eileen Zhuang, MD
Fellow
University of Maryland School of Medicine


Executive Committee
Javier Diaz-Mendoza, MD
PCCM Associate Program Director
Henry Ford Hospital
Associate Professor of Medicine
Wayne State University

Laura J. Hinkle, MD, MEd

PCCM Training Program Director
Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine
Indiana University School of Medicine

Rajani Jagana, MD

PCCM Training Program Director
Associate Professor
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Sugeet Jagpal, MD

PCCM Associate Program Director
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

May M. Lee, MD
PCCM Training Program Director
University of Southern California
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine
Keck School of Medicine
    

Dafang Chen, MD
Fellow
University of Southern California

    

Christopher Do, MD
Fellow
University of Southern California

    

Wei Jung Hsia, MD
Fellow
University of Southern California

    

Drew Sheldon, MD
Fellow
University of Southern California

Executive Committee
Susan K. Mathai, MD

PCCM Training Program Director
Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas
Adjunct Associate Professor
Texas A&M University College of Medicine
Matthew C. Miles, MD, MEd
PCCM Training Program Director
Associate Professor of Medicine

Wake Forest University
    

Manuel E. Izquierdo, DO
Fellow
Wake Forest University

W. Dwight Miller, MD

PCCM Training Program Director
University of South Florida Morsani

Hetal Patel, MD
PCCM Training Program Director
Associate Professor

UT Southwestern Medical Center

Camille Petri, MD
PCCM Associate Program Director
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Massachusetts General Hospital/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard

Meredith E. Pugh, MD, MSCI
PCCM Training Program Director
Associate Professor of Medicine
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
      Rosemarie Dudenhofer, MD
Director of Ambulatory Education
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
      Michael Lester, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Executive Committee
Michael M. Rey, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine

University of Pennsylvania
Timothy Scialla, MD
PCCM Training Program Director
Associate Professor of Medicine

University of Virginia
Executive Committee
Bronwyn L. Small, MD

Assistant Professor
The Ohio State University
Vice-Chair, Executive Committee
Amik Sodhi, MBBS

Associate Professor (CHS)

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Trevor Steinbach, MD
PCCM Associate Program Director
Assistant Professor of Medicine
University of Colorado

Abhaya Trivedi, MD
PCCM Associate Program Director
Associate Professor

Rush University Medical Center
Meredith Turetz, MD
PCCM Training Program Director
New York-Presbyterian Hospital
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Weill Cornell Medical College
Sarah R. Williams, MD
PCCM Associate Program Director
Assistant Professor of Medicine
University of Maryland
Tanzira Zaman, MD
PCCM Associate Program Director
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

 

What is the Ambulatory Care Curriculum?

The 2-Year Pulmonary Ambulatory Curriculum was developed to enhance and standardize fellowship training in the outpatient pulmonology setting. The University of Pennsylvania developed(1) and piloted a novel longitudinal outpatient pulmonary fellowship curriculum. Implementation of this curriculum was then studied and validated between July 2017–June 2019 at Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship Programs of varying sizes and geographic locations. The ambulatory curriculum was well-received by fellows, faculty and Program Directors and positively impacted perceptions of ambulatory education and self-perceived preparedness for independent practice(2). The curriculum provides a standardized, feasible, and exportable way to address an unmet need in PCCM fellowship education.

The curriculum consists of a series of literature-based teaching scripts on 40 topics in the ambulatory pulmonology setting. These teaching scripts are intended to serve as the foundation for twice-monthly small group teaching sessions.

  1. https://www.atsjournals.org/doi/full/10.1513/AnnalsATS.201601-009PS
  2. https://www.atsjournals.org/doi/abs/10.1164/ajrccm-conference.2020.201.1_MeetingAbstracts.A1429