PAST AWARDEES

To view specific Past Award Winners, click on the individual award link below:

APCCMPD Award for Novel Medical Education Implementation
APCCMPD Award for Medical Education Research
APCCMPD, CHEST and ATS Education Research Award
APCCMPD Scholarship in Medical Education Research Award
Emerging Educator Award
Mid-Career Educator Award
Outstanding Educator Award

For further information on Award Winners, Co-Authors, Topics and additional submissions, download a copy of the appropriate Awards Book by clicking on the link(s) below:

2019 Awards Book
2018 Awards Book
2017 Awards Book
2016 Awards Book
2015 Awards Book

APCCMPD Award for Novel Medical Education Implementation

The APCCMPD Award for Novel Medical Education Implementation recognizes pulmonary medicine, critical care medicine, and pulmonary/critical care medicine training program directors, associate program directors, faculty, and fellows-in-training for their outstanding contributions and commitment to medical education and training. The recipient is selected for success in applying an innovative educational method in his/her training program.

2019 Awardee
Stephen T. Doyle, DO, MBA
The Ohio State University
Mentorship During Training: Development of a Trainee-Centered Mentorship Program

2018 Awardee
Sean J. Callahan, MD
University of Virginia
An Innovative Evidence-Based, Fellow-Driven Bundle to Improve Professional Satisfaction and Wellness

2017 Awardee
Rosemary Adamson, MBBS
University of Washington
Leadership Education for Critical Care Fellows Using Simulation

2016 Awardee
Jason Wagner,
MD
University of Pennsylvania
A Longitudinal Curriculum for Training Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellows in the Principles of Quality, Safety, and Value

2016 Runner-Up
Kannan Ramar, MBBS, MD
Mayo Clinic Rochester
Innovative Intervention to Improve Pulmonary and Critical Medicine Fellows Research Training

2015 Awardee
Stacey Kassutto,
MD

University of Pennsylvania
Implementation of an Outpatient Pulmonary Fellowship Curriculum

2014 Awardee
Kannan Ramar, MBBS, MD
Mayo Clinic Rochester

Quality Improvement Education Incorporated as an Integral Part of Critical Care Fellows Training

2013 Awardee
Marcos I. Restrepo, MD
University of Texas Health San Antonio

The Impact of a Structured Research Curriculum on a Three-Year Pulmonary/Critical Care Training Program

2012 Awardee
Peter Lenz, MD, MEd
University of Cincinnati

A Multifaceted Board Review Program Optimizes Fellow Learning and Improves In-training Exam Scores

2012 Runner-Up
Sunita Kumar, MD
Loyola University
An Exercise to Encourage Journal Reading Beyond the Weekly Journal Club

2011 Awardee
Gabriel Bosslet, MD
Indiana University

Encouraging Publication in Young Trainees: Development of a Local, Web-based "Case Archive" as an Introduction to the Peer-Review Process

2010 Awardee
Laura Evans, MD
New York University

Development of a Research Curriculum for Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellows

2009 Awardee
Jennifer McCallister, MD
The Ohio State University

Pulmonary Medical School: A Novel Approach to Fellow Orientation

 

APCCMPD Award for Medical Education Research

The APCCMPD Award for Medical Education Research recognizes pulmonary medicine, critical care medicine, and pulmonary/critical care medicine training program directors, associate program directors, key clinical faculty, and fellows-in-training for their outstanding contributions and commitment to medical education research. The recipient is selected for conducting innovative research focused on undergraduate or graduate medical education, in pulmonary medicine, critical care medicine, and pulmonary/critical care medicine.

2019 Awardee
Laura Hinkle, MD
Indiana University
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: Personal Statements From A Program Director’s Perspective

2018 Awardee
Morgan I. Soffler, MD
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Putting the Pieces Together: A Novel Simulation Assessment Exercise for the Evaluation of Medical Student Competency

2018 Runner-Up
Abdulrazak Alchakaki, MD
Wayne State University/Detroit Medical Center
A Novel Simulation-Based Mastery Curriculum for Mechanical Ventilation (MV) in Pulmonary and Critical Care Training Programs

2016 Awardee
Bishoy Zakhary, MD
New York University
The Utility of High-Fidelity Simulation for Training Critical Care Fellows in the Management of Extra-Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation Emergencies
2016 1st Runner-Up
Kannan Ramar, MBBS, MD
Mayo Clinic Rochester

Effectiveness of Hands-On Tutoring vs. Self-learning to Teach Invasive Mechanical Ventilation to Critical Care Trainees

2016 2nd Runner-Up
Radhika Shah, MD
University of Maryland

Effective Learning in High-Cognitive-Load Critical Care Simulation

 

APCCMPD, CHEST and ATS Education Research Award

The APCCMPD, CHEST and ATS Medical Education Research Award is a monetary grant awarded to fellows-in-training, junior faculty within 5-years of program completion, associate program directors, and/or program directors, for research projects that further adult pulmonary, critical care and pulmonary/critical care graduate medical education.

2019 Awardee
Lekshmi Santhosh, MD
University of California-San Francisco
Improving ICU-to-Ward Patient Safety Through Design Thinking and Documentation Evaluation
2017 Awardee
Stacey Kassutto, MD
University of Pennsylvania
The Impact of a Novel Ambulatory Curriculum on Pulmonary Fellowship Training
2017 Awardee
Effie Singas, MD
Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell

Validation of a Novel Training Method to Assess Pulmonary Critical Care Medicine (PCCM) Fellows'
Competence to Perform Thoracentesis
2014 Awardee
Gabriel Bosslet, MD
Indiana University
Development an Internal Validation of an Objective Scoring Tool for Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship
Candidate Screening and Selection Using a Simplified Analytic Hierarchy Process
2014 Awardee
Subani Chandra, MD
New York Presbyterian Hospital
Improving Pulmonary/Critical Care Ultrasonography Skills Among Fellows with an Interactive
Digital Educational Program
2012 Awardee
Paru Patrawalla, MD
New York University
Impact of Faculty Development on Fellow Ultrasound Skill Evaluation
2010 Awardee
Jennifer McCallister, MD
The Ohio University
Communication Skills Training and Competency Assessment for Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellows

 

APCCMPD Scholarship in Medical Education Research Award

The APCCMPD Scholarship in Medical Education Research Award is a monetary grant awarded to fellows-in-training, junior faculty within 5-years of program completion, associate program directors, and/or program directors, for research projects that further adult pulmonary and critical care graduate medical education.

2018 Awardee
Paul Bergl, MD
The Medical College of Wisconsin

Fellows Leading Standardized Bedside ICU Rounds: A Clinical and Educational Intervention

 

Emerging Educator Award

The APCCMPD Emerging Educator Award honors an up-and-coming clinician educator. The recipient is selected for his/her work in delivering and promoting medical education in pulmonary medicine, critical care medicine and pulmonary/critical care medicine through various means at the local and regional levels.

2019 Awardee
Jared Chiarchiaro, MD, MS
Assistant Professor of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania

2018 Awardee
Margaret "Molly" Hayes, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School

2017 Awardee
Rosemary Adamson, MBBS
Assistant Professor of Medicine
University of Washington

 

Mid-Career Educator Award

The APCCMPD Mid-Career Educator Award honors mid-career individuals who are actively engaged in enhancing the practice and profession of pulmonary medicine, critical care medicine and pulmonary/critical care medicine through education. The medical educator selected for this award is actively making significant and innovative contributions to education in pulmonary and or critical care medicine.

2019 Awardee
Paru S. Patrawalla, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai

 

Outstanding Educator Award

The annual Outstanding Educator Award recognizes clinicians who are exemplary clinician-educators. The recipient is chosen by his/her peers for demonstrating excellence in the development of future physicians.

2019 Awardee
David Schulman, MD, MPH
Professor of Medicine
Emory University

2018 Awardee
Robert Kotloff, MD
Professor of Medicine
Cleveland Clinic

2017 Awardee
Edward F. Haponik, MD
Professor of Medicine
Wake Forest School of Medicine

2016 Awardee
Henry E. Fessler, MD
Professor of Medicine
Johns Hopkins University