Stanford Medicine X is excited to collaborate with ACCME, the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, to explore how patients and educators might meaningfully work together to create a more inclusive, collaborative, and meaningful learning experience in CME. In this day-long workshop, Stanford Medicine X design facilitators Monika Wittig and Justin Lai will work with the president of ACCME, Graham McMahon, to lead a diverse group of patients, caregivers, providers, and educators in exploring and addressing the complex barriers that inhibit collaboration and co-creation in continuing medical education.
LARRY CHU, MD, MS
Larry Chu, MD is a Professor of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine and Director of the Stanford Anesthesia Informatics and Media (AIM) Lab. Dr. Chu founded the START online educational program as well as the Learnly online learning ecosystem for anesthesiology education. He is an NIH-funded clinical researcher and is Executive Director of Stanford Medicine X, the world’s most-discussed academic program on emerging technology and medicine. He also directs Medicine X | ED, a conference exploring the future of patient-centered medical education. He has written eight books, over 50 papers and over 50 book chapters in academic anesthesiology. He is a member of the editorial advisory board for The BMJ, one of the most influential general medical journals in the world.
GRAHAM MCMAHON, MD, MMSc
As President and Chief Executive Officer, Dr. McMahon directs the executive and staff leadership functions of the ACCME, including its relationships with ACCME member organizations as well as external organizations, and serves as the ACCME’s primary media spokesperson. A medical educator, researcher, and practicing endocrinologist, Dr. McMahon also serves as Associate Dean for Continuing Education and Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He teaches extensively at Harvard Medical School and at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, serves as Editor for Medical Education at the New England Journal of Medicine, and as Executive Editor for the NEJM Knowledge+ program.
Monika is an Assistant Professor at Inworks, an innovation initiative at the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus. Her role is multi-faceted– focusing on instructional realms of Human Centered Design & 3D Prototyping, overseeing the initiative’s graphics & branding, and is newly co-responsible for a beta cohort (together with RJ Duran, Inworks Prototyping Manager) which merges students and community professionals alike to collaboratively prototype on real world projects.
JUSTIN LAI, MPH
As a Design and Business Development Associate, Justin works with the Stanford Medicine X team to explore how Everyone IncludedTM design principles can be implemented to solve complex, systemic issues in pharma, research, medical education, and medical product design.