Anne Messman, MD, FACEP

MASTER OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION (MHPE) STUDENT
Vice Chair for Education, Department of Emergency Medicine, School of Medicine, Wayne State University
Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, School of Medicine, Wayne State University

Biography

Why did you choose the U-M MHPE Program?

I was looking for a Masters program that would have actual direct benefit to my career and that would be immediately applicable. The U-M MHPE program is perfect in this regard since the learner chooses which projects are relevant to his/her career and is able to apply the projects to his/her job immediately. 

What do you want to get out of the U-M MHPE Program?

I hope to gain the knowledge necessary to be a better medical education researcher, peer reviewer, and educator in general. I hope to understand the learning theories underpinning medical education and to apply these theories to improve the education of my learners.

Areas of Interest

Research and scholarly interests: Dr. Messman is very interested in Free Open Access Medical Education (FOAMed) and how it can be integrated into our learner's curriculum. She has recently become interested in medical education research and have formed a collaborative research group in Detroit to improve the ease with which we can perform multi-institutional medical education research.

Other professional highlights: Dr. Messman has received 4 Teacher of the Year awards, 3 from residents and 1 from medical students; She considers these awards the highlight of her academic work because they represent what she is most passionate about: teaching medical students and residents. She is recently become more involved in medical education research and have received a $100,000 grant from the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Foundation to do medical education research from July 2018-June 2020.

Published Articles or Reviews

Published Articles:

Gottlieb M, Fant A, King A, Messman A, Robinson D, Carmelli G, Sherbino J. One Click Away: Digital Mentorship in the Modern Era. Cureus, 2017; 9:11. Manuscript writing, data analysis.

Arnold J, Tango T, *Walker I, Waranch C, McKamie J, Poonja Z, Messman A. An Evidence-Based, Longitudinal Curriculum for Resident Physician Wellness: The 2017 Resident Wellness Consensus Summit. Accepted in Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, pending publication. *trainee

Messman A, *Walker I. Development of a Case-Based Reading Curriculum and its Effect on Resident Reading. Accepted in Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, pending publication.*trainee

Gottlieb M, Chan T, Fredette J, Messman A, Robinson D, Cooney R, Boysen-Osborn M, Sherbino J. ALiEM Academic Primer Series: Five Key Papers About Study Design in Medical Education. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2017;18:4, 705-712. Study implementation and data analysis.

Bentley S, Hu K, Messman A, Moadel T, Khandewal S, Streich H, Noelker J. Are All Competencies Equal in the Eyes of Residents? A Multicenter Study of Emergency Medicine Residents’ Interest in Feedback. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2017; 8:1, 76-81. Study design, implementation and data analysis.

Chan T, Gottlieb M, Fant A, Messman A, Robinson D, Cooney R, Papanagnou D, Yarris L. ALiEM Academic Primer Series: Five Key Papers Fostering Educational Scholarship in Junior Academic Faculty. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2016; 7:5,519-526. Study implementation and data analysis.

Case Reports: 

Sklar L, Messman A. An Atypical Case of Warfarin-Induced Skin Necrosis. Clin Pract Cases Emerg Med. 0(0),1-3.

*Tun M, Messman A. Painful Wrist in a 25 Year Old Male. Michigan College of Emergency Physicians News and Views, November/December 2016; XXXVI(8),11.*trainee

*Sponaugle C, Messman A. The Recurrent Atraumatic Splenic Rupture. Michigan College of Emergency Physicians News and Views, July/August 2016; XXXVI(6),12-13.
*trainee
 
Reviews: 

Messman A. Ocular Injuries: New Strategies In Emergency Department Management. Emergency Medicine Practice, November 2015.

 

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