The MMSc-Medical Education program currently has four classes of alumni. Here are some of their thesis project topics:

  • How does resident resilience and tolerance of ambiguity impact burnout, medical error and clinical competence?
  • Does self debriefing lead to the same improvements as facilitated debriefing when used in medical simulation?
  • What are the curricular priorities of student-as-teacher programs?
  • What is the impact of the ACGME milestones on programs of assessment in GME?
  • What are the characteristics, supports, and barriers of feedback provided to medical students in Thailand?
  • This Is Not Brain Surgery: Increasing Neurosurgical Knowledge and Retention in Medical Students
  • Evaluation of the First Curriculum Year of the New Integrated and Interactive Curriculum at the University of Medicine and Pharmacy at HoChiMinh City (UMP), Vietnam
  • Assessing Awareness and Use of Evidence-Based Learning Strategies Among Health Professions Students and Faculty
  • Examining Uncertainty in Internal Medicine Education:  A Mixed-Methods Study

  • Thinking about Thinking: Developing a Formal Curriculum on Critical Thinking for Pediatric Residents

  • Learning in the Midst of a Crisis: Understanding Internal Medicine Residents' Knowledge and Comfort in Caring for Patients with Opioid Use Disorders

  • Understanding Medical Students' Self-Directed Learning in the Clinical Setting: A Cross-Cultural Qualitative Interview Study in the U.S. and Taiwan

  • Learning Empathy through Virtual Reality: A Mixed Methods Study

  • Real Event Learning and Analysis (REAL): Assessing and Improving Surgical Team Performance