Dr. Nicole Redmond

Teaching, Mentoring, and Advising

Teaching of Students in Courses

July 2015 Unequal Treatment: In Sickness and in Wealth

Film screening and discussion of social determinants of health during an elective, non-credit two-day workshop (“Diversity Boot Camp”) for 48 first year medical students

University of Alabama School of Medicine

Single 2 hour-long session

Spring 2014 Health Disparities and Culturally Responsive Care

Elective course for first through fourth year medical students to increase knowledge about disparities in health and health care, explore attitudes and behaviors that promote and/or mitigate disparities, and develop skills in culturally responsive care

University of Alabama School of Medicine

2 hour-long sessions once weekly

Academic Year 2010-11 Patient-Doctor Year 1

First year medical students learning how to take a medical history and to develop relationships with patients through development of effective communication skills.

Harvard Medical School

2 hour-long session once weekly for small group patient interviews and tutorial discussions

Spring 2009 Longitudinal Curriculum in Clinical Medicine

MD/PhD student returning to clinical rotations refresh medical history taking and physical exam skills

Harvard Medical School

2 hour-long sessions weekly for 6 weeks

2009-10 Seminar in Clinical Epidemiology

MPH students enrolled in Clinical Effectiveness concentration present works-in-progress presentations

Harvard School of Public Health

Teaching Assistant for 1 hour-long session per week for two 15-week terms

Formal Teaching of Residents, Clinical Fellows and Research Fellows (post-docs)

2014-16

 

UAB Internal Medicine Health Disparities Track

PGY-2/3 internal medicine residents participate in quarterly didactic sessions on various topics in health disparities as well as primary care clinic sessions at a community clinic providing free care to uninsured/low-income patients.

University of Alabama at Birmingham

Quarterly 2-hour small-group tutorials

Jan 2015 Career Mapping and the Academic Job Search for Clinical and Health Services Researchers

Discussion of career planning and job search tips for pre-and post-doctoral fellows in the COERE T32 Research Fellowship

University of Alabama at Birmingham

1 hour small-group tutorial

2013-16 Introduction to Health Disparities

Introduction to US health disparities to PGY-1 internal medicine residents during their “inpatient block” rotation

University of Alabama at Birmingham

2 hour small-group tutorial

2010-11

 

Correctional Health Care (Co-instructor)

Primary care internal medicine residents learning about health policy and care for vulnerable populations during ambulatory medicine block as a part of the Social Justice Curriculum

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Three one hour lectures

Dec 2010

 

Media Skills for Physicians

Primary care internal medicine residents learning about health policy and care for vulnerable populations during ambulatory medicine block as a part of the Social Justice Curriculum

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

One hour lecture

Dec 2010 Career Development for Primary Care Physicians

PGY-2 and PGY-3 primary care internal medicine residents about career planning and job searching

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

One hour small group tutorial

Formally Supervised Trainees and Faculty

10/14- 03/16 Davis Bradford, Medical Student

UAB Scholarly Activity mentor. “Social Accountability in Medical Education: A survey for the curricular deans at U.S. medical schools”

04/13- 06/15 Martha Shearer, Community Health Worker

Served as supervisor/mentor for Alabama Transitions Clinic Community Health Worker as she completed the Post-Prison Community Health Worker Certificate through the City College of San Francisco online program.

  • Oral presentation (Abstract #300054) American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, November 2014. Training CHWs online to work with formerly incarcerated communities in primary care settings. A. Avila, M. Shearer, T.Berthold.
  • Contributor: Training Guide to Foundations for Community Health Workers (pre-release). T. Berthold, P. Decarlo, eds., City College of San Francisco, November 2014 (http://higheredbcs.wiley.com/legacy/college/berthold/047017997X/pdf/TrainingGuide.pdf)
  • Completed the JustLeadershipUSA “Leading with Conviction” Leadership Development program 2014-2015
10/12-06/14 Kierstin Cates Kennedy, MD, MHSA; Assistant Professor, UAB Medicine; VA Quality Scholar (T32)

Served as Associate Mentor, met weekly regarding research projects and career development

Formal Teaching of Peers

6/15- 03/16 Faculty Scholars in Health Disparities and Culturally Responsive Care

(Clinician Educator Faculty-School of Medicine)

Course Director, 2 hour Semi-monthly videoconference/live sessions

CME Category 1 Credit

University of Alabama School of Medicine, Birmingham, AL

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Media Skills for Research Based Advocacy Retreat on Health Care of the Underserved (General Medicine and General Pediatrics Fellows) 30 minute workshop co-facilitator

Harvard General Medicine and General Pediatrics Fellowship Programs, Boston, MA

4/08 Oral Health for the Primary Care Internist

Primary Care Resident Conference (Primary Care Internal Medicine Residents)

45 minute oral presentation

Emory University Internal Medicine Residency Program, Atlanta, GA

9/07 Health Care for the Incarcerated

Senior Resident Grand Rounds (Internal Medicine Residents)

60 minute oral presentation

Emory University Internal Medicine Residency Program, Atlanta, GA