Contribution of basic science to the professional identity development of physicians during medical education: a Best Evidence in Medical Education (BEME) Scoping Review
- Janet E. Lindsley (lead reviewer), PhD, University of Utah School of Medicine, USA. Dr. Lindsley is Professor of Biochemistry and Assistant Dean of Curriculum for the Foundational Sciences. Dr. Lindsley is an experienced researcher in the areas of curriculum design and assessment.
- Emine Ercikan Abali, PhD, City University of New York (CUNY), USA. Dr. Abali is Assistant Dean for Basic Science Curriculum and has expertise in medical education curriculum design and assessment
- Elliot A. Asare, MD, MS, University of Utah School of Medicine, USA. Dr. Asare is an Assistant Professor of Surgery who specializes in surgical oncology and professionalism in medical education.
- Marco Antonio Carvalho-Filho, MD, PhD, University Medical Center Groningen / University of Minho, the Netherlands and Portugal. Dr. Carvalho-Filho is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and a medical education innovator with expertise in Professional Identity Development and Communities of Practice.
- Candace Chow, PhD, MA, University of Utah School of Medicine, USA. Dr. Chow is an Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Director of Education Research with expertise in the professional identity development of minoritized physicians and diversity, equity & inclusion.
- Marisol Hernandez, MLS, MA, City University of New York (CUNY), USA. Ms. Hernandez is an Associate Professor- Medical Librarian with expertise in medical literature searches, systematic and scoping review methodology and evidence-based practice.
- Susan Jamieson, PhD, EdD, University of Glasgow College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences, Scotland, UK. Dr. Jamieson is Professor of Health Professions Education with expertise in cell/cancer biology and critical thinking.
- Amit Kaushal, MD, MScCH (HPTE), CCFP, FRCPC CHS, University of Toronto, Canada. Dr. Kaushal is Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine with expertise in nephrology, medical education research and innovation and preparation for future learning.
- Nicole N. Woods, PhD, The Wilson Center, University of Toronto at University Health Network, Canada. Dr. Woods is the Richard and Elizabeth Currie Chair in Health Professions Education Research, Associate Professor & Education Scientist and has expertise in medical education research, integration of basic and clinical sciences and clinical reasoning.
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