Craig Robbins, MD, MPH, a family medicine physician with the Colorado Permanente Medical Group, talks about how the concept of Health Systems Science (HSS) will be weaved into the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine curriculum.
Danny Sam, MD, an internal medicine physician at our Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara Medical Center, writes about how the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine is flipping the approach to medical education by looking at "phases."
John Su, MD, a family and sports medicine physician with Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles, hopes to weave community perspectives and encourage doctors from the communities in his work in helping to plan the School of Medicine.
Timothy Munzing, MD, brings his years of experience developing a Family Medicine Residency Program to help shape the curriculum for the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine.
Matthew Silver, MD, FACEP, an emergency physician with the Southern California Permanente Medical Group in San Diego, discusses how he's helping to integrate advanced technologies in curriculum planning for a modern school of medicine.
Michael Kanter, MD, medical director of Quality and Clinical Analysis for the Southern California Permanente Medical Group and chief quality officer of The Permanente Federation, is helping the School of Medicine tackle the issue of the "hidden curriculum."
Shari G. Chevez, MD, is a physician member of the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine's Diversity and Inclusion Brain Trust, which is advising how the school's curriculum should incorporate understanding of diversity, inclusion, and health equity.
Jennifer Loh, MD, an endocrinologist with Hawaii Permanente Medical Group, leans on her love for learning in helping to shape the curriculum for the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine.
Bruce Blumberg, MD, a pediatrician and medical geneticist, came out of retirement to help shape medical education for students of the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine.
Dereck J. DeLeon, MD, program director for the Kaiser Permanente San Diego Family Medicine Residency Program, shares his insights on developing the last two "phases" of the curriculum design for the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine.