Gebska receives innovation in education grant

Milena Gebska, MD, PhD, MME, clinical associate professor in Cardiovascular Medicine, has received one of the first round of Educational Innovation and Scholarship Grants from the college’s Office of Consultation and Research in Medical Education.

Gebska is the director of the internal medicine sub-internship, in which senior medical students gain advanced clinical skills in the specialty before entering residency. Gebska’s accepted proposal, titled “Experiential Module on Informed Consent Communication Skills for Senior Medical Students (Sub-Interns) at Carver College of Medicine,” aims to address a knowledge gap between what first-year internal medicine residents are expected to know and what most have been exposed to or been taught in medical school.

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Tuesday, May 17, 2022