Updates & Events
Jeannine Nonaillada, PhD, OTR/L, BCG, FAOTA, is the assistant dean of faculty development and mentoring at NYU Long Island School of Medicine, as well as being an assistant professor there. She has been an occupational therapist since 2001 and holds board certification in gerontology from the American Occupational Therapy Association, a distinction held by less than 1% of all occupational therapists nationally. Dr. Nonaillada has an earned research doctorate in social work, with a concentration on aging. As a clinician, educator, and researcher, Dr. Nonaillada has been a longtime advocate of interprofessional education and ensuring all care providers have a seat at the table to guarantee quality, safety, and patient satisfaction. Prior to this associate editor appointment, she has served as a reviewer on several refereed journals in allied health and medical education and has authored a number of publications in these fields as well.
The AAMC is pleased to announce that MedEdPORTAL is officially indexed by MEDLINE, the National Library of Medicine's premier bibliographic database, beginning with Volume 14 (2018). Indexed publications are searchable through the MEDLINE database where readers have access to the full text article plus the appendices hosted on www.mededportal.org.
Scholars, researchers, educators, and health care practitioners around the world use MEDLINE as the authoritative gateway to access content from the most prestigious biomedical and health journals. In addition to equipping a broader community of readers with access to innovative and high-quality educational tools and resources, inclusion in MEDLINE solidifies MedEdPORTAL as the premier journal to publish teaching and learning materials in the health professions.
Please note that articles published prior to 2018 will not be indexed by MEDLINE. However, MedEdPORTAL is transmitting publication data of past volumes to PubMed Central, the national archive of the National Library of Medicine. Archiving this content ensures that all articles published beginning in June 2016 will have a PubMed ID and be fully accessible to readers.
Su-Ting T. Li, MD, Maryellen E. Gusic, MD, Robert J. Vinci, MD, Peter G. Szilagyi, MD, Melissa D. Klein, MD
Katherine B. Valenziano, DMH, Susan A. Glod, MD, Sharon Jia, Andrew Belser, Brent Brazell, Cheryl Dellasega, PhD, Linda Duncan, Michelle Farnan, MSN, Paul Haidet, MD, Jan Phillips, DNP, Daniel Wolpaw, MD, Peter W. Dillon, MD
Molly Rideout, MD, William Raszka, MD
Alyson Michener, MD, Barbara Heath, RN-BC, MSNEd, Christopher J. Crnich, MD, PhD, Rebekah Moehring, MD, MPH, Kenneth Schmader, MD, Lona Mody, MD, MSc, Westyn Branch-Elliman, MD, MMSc, Robin L. P. Jump, MD, PhD
Dana Sall, MD, MEd, Gregory W. Wigger, MD, Benjamin Kinnear, MD, Matthew Kelleher, MD, MEd, Eric Warm, MD, Jennifer K. O'Toole, MD, MEd
Madeleine J. Marsland, Dunya Tomic, Pamela L. Brian, MD, Michelle D. Lazarus, PhD
Mari Hopper, PhD, Johnathan Tune, PhD, Richard Klabunde, PhD
Kelly Karpa, RPh, PhD, Casey Pinto, NP, PhD, Anthony Possanza, PharmD, Jason Dos Santos, PA-C, Melissa Snyder, DEd, FNP-BC, CNE, Angela Salvadia, EdD, OTR/L, Daniel Panchik, DSc, OTR/L, Robin Myers, DPT, Michael Fink, DSc, Andrew Dunlap, PhD, LCSW
Adam D. Wolfe, MD, PhD, Kim B. Hoang, MD, Sarah F. Denniston, MD
Lakshman Swamy, MD, Christopher Worsham, MD, Mark J. Bialas, RN, Christa Wertz, RN, David Thornton, MD, Anthony Breu, MD, Matthew Ronan, MD
MedEdPORTAL actively encourages educators across the health professions to submit generalizable educational materials with a focus on American Indian, Alaska Native (AIAN) and Indigenous Perspectives. While very diverse, AIAN and Indigenous populations share similarly sophisticated and holistic approaches to health. Despite these strengths, AIAN and Indigenous populations experience alarming health inequities. Furthermore, there is a paucity of existing curricula that teaches about this unique population, and fewer opportunities for students and institutions to learn from an Indigenous worldview as it relates to health. Please see the full call for more details.
Recognizing Our Reviewers
Peer reviewers serve as important quality gatekeepers for MedEdPORTAL. While often unrecognized, the critical appraisal of submissions by reviewers and the dedication and hard work of our associate editors is vital our success.