India Broyles, EdD

           

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121 Stella Maris Hall                                         
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Associate Professor for Medical Education

Department of Pediatrics

College of Osteopathic Medicine

After ten years of consulting in medical education and a long career in higher education, Dr. India Broyles has joined the faculty at UNE College of Osteopathic Medicine.  She is the curriculum, instruction, and evaluation specialist for the development of the new Pediatrics Department and its curriculum continuum from medical school and clerkship to internship and residency. UNE recently appointed Dr. Broyles to serve as HIPAA Privacy Officer and chair of the HIPAA Compliancy Committee.

Dr. Broyles began her work in medical education as a consultant to the Family Practice Residency at Maine Medical School where she provided the framework for the curriculum development process and co-edited the Comprehensive Curriculum for a number of years.  She continues to serve on the Residency Curriculum Committee and works with subcommittees related to assessment and evaluation.  Dr. Broyles provided leadership to the subcommittee on Ambulatory Curriculum, which lead to the implementation of an Intensive Direct Observation System.  She co-authored a grant proposal to STFM to provide funds for one of the MMC faculty to have a mini-sabbatical at the University of Washington.  Subsequently, she and Dr. George Dreher designed a training session for faculty and residents.  Dr. Broyles also co-authored a 2002 grant proposal for MMC/FP to HRSA for the development of a comprehensive Faculty Development program.  During 2002-2003, Dr. Broyles joined Drs. Peggy Cyr and Neil Korsen in a research project on the use of open-book test for their-year medical students in a family medicine clerkship.  A poster session is being presented at 2003 STFM PreDoctoral conference in Austin, TX (see side bar link).

Dr. Broyles extended this expertise in curriculum development with the residency program at MMC Dept. of Surgery and Family Practice Residencies at CMMC (Lewiston, ME) and Maine-Dartmouth (Augusta,ME).  

India's recent scholarship in higher education focused on the implementation of technology entry and exit standards for graduate schools. http://www.triangle.co.uk/jit/content/pdfs/11/issue11_2.asp#1

India has had a long personal and professional interest in international education.  She taught a distance-learning course via ITV on International Educational Systems, secured grant funding to host a cadre of Russian educators for training in Maine, and conducted joint research with colleagues from Israel.  http://www.education.ualberta.ca/educ/journals/ajer/44files/44(4).html  

 

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