Group for Research In Pathology Education (GRIPE) 2019 Annual Winter Meeting—Making Pathology Relevant for Millennials
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The Group for Research In Pathology Education (GRIPE) is an academic society of medical educators who teach pathology. To that end, we develop and share teaching resources; promote scholarly research and innovation in medical education, faculty development materials; and provide mutual support at our annual meeting in January.
The theme for the 2019 meeting was, “Making pathology relevant for millennials” which was addressed during the plenary sessions: Generation Z as Medical Students: What Can We Expect? And Integrating Technology Tools in Medical Education. The pre-conference workshops also complemented the theme.
There were 2 conference workshops, each of 150 min in duration were run concurrently on Thursday January 24th. The workshop titled “Enhancing Pathology Education in the 21st century” was presented by Dr. Rajendra Singh. Dr. Singh is an Assistant Professor in Dermatology and Pathology at Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai, New York....
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