Jeremy Amayo, MMSc, PA-C
Director of Ultrasound Education, Assistant Professor
Emory University School of Medicine
Jeremy is a critical care PA and adjunct assistant professor at the Emory University School of Medicine where he teaches pulmonary medicine, clinical endocrinology, physiology, and point of care ultrasound. He has won multiple awards for his innovative and engaging teaching style and has implemented several novel active learning strategies to improve PA student competency in the basic sciences. As an early-career researcher, he is interested in metacognitive judgments that students make about their own competency when engaged in a learning task. You will usually find him with an ultrasound probe in one hand and a coffee in the other.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
The Interprofessional Identity Program (IPIP) was created to provide a longitudinal setting for nursing and medical students to learn about each other and consider their professional identities as members of interprofessional health care teams. The curriculum was predominantly student led and presented virtually, and considered the aspects of teamwork, resilience, critical consciousness, and workplace culture. IPIP included four sessions held via Zoom between January and April 2021. Materials for each session were provided online and included focused pre-work for the students and discussion…