The ACGME Annual Education Conference is where many of the leading graduate medical education practitioners showcase their findings and research. Needless to say, we were thrilled to be invited to showcase our research study titled “Strengthening Interpersonal Skills and Knowledge of US Medical Culture through Formative Assessment, Micro-learning, and feedback in International Medical Graduates”
A special thanks to Dr. Salman Muddassir (Oak Hill Hospital), Dr. Nikolay Mitzov (Oak Hill Hospital), and Dr. Yvonne Braver (Brandon Regional Hospital) for their insights and contributions to this innovative approach to training foreign medical graduates on key interpersonal skills.
Hyder Abadin is a senior consultant with Javelin Learning Solutions (JLS), where his current work focuses on developing technologies to support the creation and administration of video simulations for training/learning related purposes. His areas of specialization include HR management, simulations, micro-learning, evaluation, survey design and data analytics. Mr. Abadin has worked with clients in health care, pharmaceutical, government and education. He earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Loyola University Chicago and a master’s degree in industrial and organizational psychology from Minnesota State University – Mankato.