Ambulatory Care Curriculum Workgroup

The APCCMPD Ambulatory Care Curriculum Workgroup 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 Ambulatory Care Curriculum Workgroup reviews each teaching script annually. 

 2021-2022 AMBULATORY CARE CURRICULUM WORKGROUP

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

Asha Anandaiah, MD
Training Program Director
Massachusetts General Hospital/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard

Kelsey Black, MD
Fellow
The Ohio State University

Anna K. Brady, MD
Associate Program Director
Assistant Professor
Oregon Health & Science University
Avraham Z. Cooper, MD
Associate Program Director
Clinical Assistant Professor
The Ohio State University
Bhavin Dalal, MBBS, MD
Associate Program Director
Beaumont Health (Royal Oak)
Associate Professor
Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine
David J. De La Zerda, MD
Training Program Director
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Jackson Memorial Hospital
Janaki Deepak, MBBS
Associate Program Director
Assistant Professor
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Christopher Do, MD
Fellow
University of Southern California
Rosemarie Dudenhofer, MD
Director of Ambulatory Education
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Wei Jung Hsia, MD
Fellow
University of Southern California

Sugeet Jagpal, MD
Associate Program Director
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Laiqua Khalid, MD
Associate Program Director
Jackson Memorial Hospital
Clinical Assistant Professor
University of Miami School of Medicine
Eric Knott, MD
Fellow
Jackson Memorial Hospital
May M. Lee, MD
Training Program Director
University of Southern California
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine
Keck Medical Center
Susan K. Mathai, MD
Associate Program Director
Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas
Adjunct Associate Professor
Texas A&M University College of Medicine
Matthew C. Miles, MD, MEd
Associate Professor of Medicine
Director, Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship
Co-Director, Preclinical MD Student Pulmonary Course
Wake Forest Baptist Health
Meredith E. Pugh, MD
Training Program Director
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Associate Professor of Medicine
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Cristobal F. Risquez Cordovez, MD
Assistant Professor
University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Ivan Romero-Legro, MD
Assistant Professor, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine & Critical Care,
Department of Anesthesia

University of Tennessee
Avneet Singh, MS, MD
Fellow
The Ohio State University
Bronwyn L. Small, MD
Faculty
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Amik Sodhi, MD
Training Program Director
Associate Professor of Medicine

University of Tennessee
Trevor Steinbach, MD
Associate Program Director for Ambulatory Education
University of Colorado
Abhaya Trivedi, MD
Associate Program Director
Associate Professor

Rush University 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

Participate on the Ambulatory Care Curriculum Workgroup 

If you would like to participate on the APCCMPD Ambulatory Care Curriculum Workgroup, please submit your interest here. All nominees must submit a completed online Conflict of Interest Disclosure Form to be considered.