Re-Envisioning Medical Education:
Transforming Constraints into Opportunities

While pandemics have historically brought significant disruption and challenge, they have also been followed by significant improvements in the well being of mankind. We expect COVID 19 to be no different. We have therefore organized a new online seminar series designed to highlight opportunities for moving from the current Remote Emergency Teaching to a new paradigm of Highly Effective Evidence-Based Medical Education.

Upcoming Seminars

Seminar 4
The Students' Perspective

Invited Speaker:
Dr. Atsusi Hirumi

Host:
Peter Horneffer, M.D.

Time:
Mon, July 27th, 12pm EDT

Lecturio Re-envision Online Seminar Series

Seminar 1

Transforming the Current Reality

Invited Speaker:
Dr. Atsusi Hirumi

Host:
Peter Horneffer, M.D.

Time:
Wed, June 10th, 12pm EDT

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Seminar 2

The Future is Now

Invited Speaker:
Dr. Atsusi Hirumi

Host:
Peter Horneffer, M.D.

Time:
Wed, June 17th, 1pm EDT

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Seminar 3

Re-Envisioning Medical Education

Invited Speaker:
Dr. Atsusi Hirumi

Host:
Peter Horneffer, M.D.

Time:
Wed, June 24th, 12pm EDT

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Seminar 1-3 (Condensed Edition)

Re-envision
Medical Education

Invited Speaker:
Dr. Atsusi Hirumi

Host:
Peter Horneffer, M.D.

Time:
Wed, July 22th, 6am EDT

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Seminar 4

The Students' Perspective

Invited Speaker:
Dr. Atsusi Hirumi

Host:
Peter Horneffer, M.D.

Time:
Mon, July 27th, 12pm EDT

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About the Speakers

Dr. Atsusi Hirumi
Professor of Instructional Design & Technology, University of Central Florida

Dr. Hirumi currently holds a joint appointment with the Dept. of Learning Sciences in the College of Community Innovation and Education, and the Dept. of Medical Education in the College of Medicine at UCF. For the past 25 years, Dr. Hirumi has centered his teaching, research and service on the design of online and hybrid learning experiences. He has worked with faculty, staff, students and administrators in K12 and higher education, medical centers, and the military across North and South America, Asia, and the Middle East to improve eLearning. Dr. Hirumi’s research now focuses on advancing medical education and fostering transdisciplinary collaboration among instructional designers and educators in the health professions. Awards include: The David H. Jonassen Excellence in Research Award presented by the Association for Educational Communication and Technology for long-term record of excellence in research and impact in ID&T, the US Army Training Maverick Award for leadership in distance learning, and the Texas Distance Learning Association Award for commitment to excellence and innovation.

Peter Horneffer, M.D. 
Executive Dean, All American Institute of Medical Sciences in Jamaica; Director of Medical Education Programs, Lecturio

Dr. Horneffer attended Johns Hopkins for medical school and residency, and practiced medicine as a cardiac surgeon in Maryland, USA. In mid-career, he was asked to help bring medical education to the underserved in the Pacific area. He accepted the position as Dean of a medical school, based in Independent Samoa, which he led to become the first accredited school in the world to use an entirely online didactic curriculum to educate medical students simultaneously on multiple continents. Today he is helping evolve medical education by serving as Executive Dean for a small Government- chartered Jamaican school (AAIMS) to improve teaching and train physicians for an underserved part of the country. At Lecturio, he serves as Director of Medical Education, helping shape its innovative learning-science based offering, which is used by medical students and schools around the world.