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FAIMER Institute Fellows are health professions educators from respected academic institutions around the world. They are primarily mid-career faculty who are actively involved in undergraduate education at their institutions and who are in positions of leadership with respect to curriculum and educational policies and procedures.

Directory of Fellows: Click on column heading to sort table by column. For the key to abbreviations in the table click here.

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Given Name Family Name Home Country Institution Country Year Institute Project
Thomas Chacko PSG Institute of Medical Sciences and Research India 2004 PHIL TMETH
Arun Jamkar Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik India 2004 PHIL CUR
Luis Baricco Universidad Nacional de Tucumán Argentina 2004 PHIL CUR
Jacqueline Van Wyk University of KwaZulu-Natal South Africa 2004 PHIL PROG
Rosemary (Waithira) Mirie University of Nairobi Kenya 2004 PHIL PROG
Soumya Bhattacharya B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences Nepal 2005 PHIL ASMT
Elsie Kiguli-Malwadde African Centre for Global Health and Social Transformation Uganda 2005 PHIL PBL
Pankaj B. Shah Terna Medical College India 2005 GSMC CBIT
Milagros Rabe University of the East/Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center Philippines 2005 PHIL CBIT
Anjali Ashok Kulkarni Seth G.S. Medical College India 2005 GSMC ASMT
Shivkumar R. Pundkar JMF's A.C.P.M. Medical College India 2005 GSMC FACDEV
Juanita Bezuidenhout Stellenbosch University South Africa 2005 PHIL CUR
Smita A. Sawant K.J. Somaiya Medical College India 2005 GSMC FACDEV
Sunanda Damodar Lele K.J. Somaiya Medical College India 2005 GSMC ASMT
Rekha Dhamnaskar Topiwala National Medical College India 2005 GSMC ASMT
Sunita D. Deshpande Topiwala National Medical College India 2005 GSMC PBL
Sunita Koutarapu Topiwala National Medical College India 2005 GSMC OSCE
Nisha Shah Indian Institute of Technology India 2005 GSMC STAFF
Rita Khadkikar Mahatma Gandhi Mission's Medical College India 2005 GSMC ASMT
Sharmila Patil Dr. D.Y. Patil Medical College India 2005 GSMC CUR

* Deceased.

KEY
Institute: ASU-MENA = Ain Shams University-Middle East North Africa-FAIMER Regional Institute: Cairo, Egypt; BRAZ = Brazil-FAIMER Regional Institute: Porto das Dunas, Brazil; CMU (Formerly CMB-CMU*) = CMU-FAIMER Regional Institute: Shenyang, China; CMCL = CMCL-FAIMER Regional Institute: Ludhiana, India; FRNSHP = FAIMER Regional Institute of Indonesia for Educational Development and Leadership: Yogyakarta, Indonesia; GSMC = GSMC-FAIMER Regional Institute: Mumbai, India; MAHE = MAHE-FAIMER International Institute for Leadership in Interprofessional Education: Manipal, India; PHIL = FAIMER Institute, Philadelphia; PSG = PSG-FAIMER Regional Institute: Coimbatore, India; SAFRI = Sub-Saharan Africa-FAIMER Regional Institute: Cape Town, South Africa; SMU = SMU-FAIMER Regional Institute: Guangzhou, China

Project (Education Innovation Project): ACCRED = Accreditation; ALIGN = Alignment of content with health care context and population health needs; ASMT = Assessment; CBIT = Computer-based learning, information technology; COM = Community-based education; CRTH = Critical thinking; CS = Clinical skills education (includes communication skills, bedside skills); CUR = Curriculum revision/integration/change; DL = Distance learning; EVB = Evidence-based medicine; FACDEV = Faculty/teacher/trainer development; HLSYS = Health systems integration/improvement/change (includes changes in health workforce, health system structure); INTERPROF = Interprofessional education; ORGDEV = Organizational development; OSCE = Objective structured clinical examination; PBL = Problem-based learning; PROF = Professionalism, humanism, ethics; PROG = Program evaluation; RSCH = Building capacity to do research; SIM = Simulations; STAFF = Student affairs; TMETH = Teaching methods; N/A = Project title not currently available

*The CMU-FAIMER Regional Institute was the CMB-CMU-FAIMER Regional Institute from 2013-2018.
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[last update: June 28, 2019]