The fellowship program was established in 2004 with a gift from Carol B. and Jerome T. Loeb to advance clinical education. The program also is supported by The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital. The two-year fellowship provides recipients extra time to focus on implementing innovative ideas to enhance the education of medical students and residents.
Duncan, associate professor of pediatrics, will focus on developing a well-rounded curriculum for pediatric subspecialty trainees that offers career-specific lessons in clinical and academic skills, professional advancement and personal wellness.
Sadhu’s fellowship will aim to revamp the electrocardiogram (EKG) curriculum. EKGs are a low-cost, widely available diagnostic and screening test. However, Sadhu said national studies have shown that medical students struggle with EKG interpretation.
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