The Cooke Award

The Cooke Award for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning was established in 2007 to recognize outstanding scholarly works presented at Education Symposium. All submissions to Education Symposium were eligible for these awards, which are accompanied by a certificate and honorarium. Top-scoring projects were nominated for the award following a blinded peer review of all abstract submissions. Award winners were determined by a ballot in which Scholarship Working Group members ranked the blinded abstracts, excluding those in which they were involved.

2013 Recipients:

Darren Fiore, MD, Annette Carley, RN, MS, NNP, PNP, Mary Lynch, RN, PNP-BC, MS, MPH, FAAN, Sherilyn Van Osdol, PharmD, BCPS, for their submission, Key Principles of High-Quality Interprofessional Team Communication: A Web-Based Interactive Curriculum, accepted for Education Symposium as an oral presentation.

Dylan Masters, BA, Anna Chang, MD, Marieke Kruidering-Hall, PhD, Karen Hauer, MD and Calvin Chou, MD, PhD, for their submission, Prior Peer-learning Relationships Enhance Student Delivery of Communication Skills Feedback, accepted for Education Symposium as an oral presentation.

2012 Recipients:

Krishan Soni, MD, MBA, Mia Lozada, MD, and Michelle Schneidermann, MD, for their submission, A Brief Structured Peer-to- Peer Feedback Intervention to Improve the Quality of Resident Discharge, accepted for Education Day as an electronic poster.

Chelsea Bowman, MS4, Naama Neeman, MSc, and Niraj Sehgal MD, MPH, for their submission, "PACD" Notes: Using a Documentation Checklist to Promote Patient Safety, accepted for Education Day as an oral presentation.

2011 Recipients:

Louise Aronson, MD, MFA
Writing for Change: Training Residents in Health Policy Advocacy through Narrative

Helen Loeser, MD, MSc
Competency-Based Curricula for the Health Professions in Tanzania

Bridget O'Brien, PhD
What's Really So Different about Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships (LICs) and Block Clerkships? Findings from a Multi-Center Observational, Work Sampling Study

2010 Recipients:

Michelle Lin, MD
Negative Impact of Crowding on Faculty Teaching Time in the Emergency Department

Michelle Mourad, MD
Starting at the Source: An Intervention to Improve Internal Medicine Procedure Education

Jennifer Plant, MD
Understanding the Self-Assessment Process

2009 Recipients
:
Marieke Kruidering-Hall, PhD
Teaching Feedback to First-Year Medical Students: Long-Term Skill Retention and Accuracy of Student Self-Assessment

Anna Chang, MD
Predicting Failing Performance on the Clinical Performance Examination


2008 Recipients
:
Jacqueline Dolev, MD
The EDerm Web-Based Curriculum Study

Margo Vener, MD, MPH
Model SFGH: Impact on Medical Education and Career Intention


2007 Recipients
:
Eva Chittenden, MD
A Web-Based Palliative Care Communication Curriculum

Judith Prochaska, PhD, MPH
Medical Students' Use of the Stages of Change Model in Tobacco Cessation Counseling