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Onramps Lane 3: Develop an Area of Scholarly Impact

To support faculty members in developing a scholarly path, experienced investigators have agreed to serve as mentors on a research project leading to publication. Members of an Onramp group participate in data collection, analysis, and manuscript writing leading to co-authorship. If you are interested in joining one or more Onramp group, please email Peter Cahn to register.

  1. A qualitative study of mental health impacts related to climate migration  
  2. The efficacy of frenotomy to improve speech and feeding in children diagnosed with ankyloglossia    
  3. Creating inclusive spaces for learning    
  4. Systematic review: IPE learning outcomes in global outreach/exchange programs
  5. Comparing Zoom versus Spatial (VR) meeting engagement
  6. Research on the Debriefing Assessment for Simulation in Healthcare© (DASH) tool
  7. Educational equity and assessment deficit
  8. Examining Student Preparation for Advancing Care in a Diverse Society: A Qualitative Study on Curricular, Clinical, and Co-curricular Alumni Experiences

 

 

Title: A qualitative study of mental health impacts related to climate migration  

Leaders: Patrice Nicholas and Bradley White

Question: What is the experience of those who have migrated due to climate change in the northeastern US?

Scholarly Impact: Discovery

Project Stage: Inception

Experience Needed: Interest in climate change and health

Time Commitment: 2 hours per week

Product: Manuscript

 

Title: The efficacy of frenotomy to improve speech and feeding in children diagnosed with ankyloglossia    

Leader: Rebecca Hill

Question: Does frenotomy to correct lip- and/or tongue-tie improve symptoms of feeding problems and speech intelligibility in children?

Scholarly Impact: Application

Project Stage: Data collection

Experience Needed: Interest in pediatric health

Time Commitment: 2 hours per week

Product: Manuscript and presentation

 

Title: Creating inclusive spaces for learning    

Leader: Janice Palaganas

Question: Faculty experiences creating and maintaining inclusive and anti-oppressive learning environments

Scholarly Impact: Teaching and Learning

Project Stage: First stage of three

Experience Needed: Writing and editing experience, comfort with online applications

Time Commitment: 10 hours per week in fall

Product: Manuscript

 

Title: Systematic review: IPE learning outcomes in global outreach/exchange programs

Leader: Janice Palaganas

Question: What are the learning outcomes in global outreach/exchange experience programs?

Scholarly Impact: Teaching and Learning

Project Stage: Inception

Experience Needed: Writing and editing experience, comfort with online applications

Time Commitment: 6 hours per week in spring

Product: Manuscript

 

Title: Comparing Zoom versus Spatial (VR) meeting engagement

Leader: Janice Palaganas

Question: Faculty meeting experiences in Zoom versus Spatial—a virtual reality platform

Scholarly Impact: Teaching and Learning

Project Stage: First stage of three

Experience Needed: Writing and editing experience, comfort with online applications

Time Commitment: 8 hours per week in fall

Product: Manuscript

 

Title: Research on the Debriefing Assessment for Simulation in Healthcare© (DASH) tool

Leader: Suzan Kardong-Edgren

Question: How is the DASH tool being used in other countries and cultures? 

Scholarly Impact: Teaching and Learning

Project Stage: Planning

Experience Needed: Quantitative and or qualitative research experience

Time Commitment: 8 hours per month

Product: Manuscript and presentations

 

Title: Educational equity and assessment deficit

Leaders: Eleonor Pusey-Reid and Pat Reidy

Question: Are we competent in caring for patients if we have only learned to care for a segment of the population?

Scholarly Impact: Teaching and learning

Project Stage: Inception

Experience Needed: Willingness to learn and receive support through the process

Time Commitment:  2 to 4 hours per week in the fall semester

Product: Manuscript

Title: Examining Student Preparation for Advancing Care in a Diverse Society: A Qualitative Study on Curricular, Clinical, and Co-curricular Alumni Experiences

Leader: Abraham Ndiwane

Question: What are the challenges that SON alumni face engaging with diversity issues?

Scholarly impact: Teaching and learning

Project stage: Conducting focus groups

Experience needed: Research design, data coding and analysis

Time commitment: 2 hours per week

Product: Manuscript and conference presentations