Diana McNeill, MD, MACP
Duke University School of Medicine
Dr. McNeill oversees the development, implementation, and evaluation of all programs of Duke AHEAD. She joined the Duke faculty in 1989 and today is a Professor of Medicine and Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology in the School of Medicine. She has won numerous teaching awards including the Golden Apple Award given by Duke Medical School students, the Stead Teaching Award given by medical residents, the Outstanding Endocrinology Teaching Award given by endocrine fellows and named a Master Clinician Educator. Dr. McNeill specializes in endocrinology with a clinical focus on Type 1 diabetes, diabetes in pregnancy, and thyroid disease.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
A Logic Model for Evaluating the Impact of an Interprofessional Educators Academy at a Research-intensive Academic Health Center
Background: The Duke Academy for Health Professions Education and Academic Development (AHEAD) was established in 2014, with the three-fold mission of faculty development (FD), recognition and promotion (R&P) and research and innovation (R&I). To date, there has been no formal evaluation of how and to what degree Duke AHEAD is achieving its mission. Logic models have been shown to be a useful tool in program evaluation, especially for non-profit and complex enterprises, such as educators academies. This study describes the novel utilization of a logic model as an overarching framework…