Craig F. Noronha, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine, Associate Program Director Boston Medical Center/Boston University School of Medicine Internal Medical Program. He is on staff in the section of General Internal Medicine. He is the Director of Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Education and Director of Professional Development for the Residency Program. His educational research interests focus on residency scheduling models, professionalism, and feedback. He has published several articles related to scheduling models. He currently co-directs a Department of Medicine initiative to improve feedback exchange between all members of the department. Dr. Noronha has been an advanced user and physician lead for Boston Medical Center Information Technology including acting as a physician consultant for numerous projects.
Evans Center for Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research
2021 Boston University School of Medicine:
Distinguished Faculty of the Month
2018 Boston University School of Medicine:
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society
2014 Boston University School of Medicine/Boston Medical Center:
Robert A. Witzburg Excellence in Teaching Award
2010 Boston University School of Medicine/Boston Medical Center:
General Internal Medicine MVP Award
2004 Boston Medical Center:
Resident Teacher of the Year Award
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Ananthakrishnan S, Eyllon M, Noronha C. Can You Hear Me Now? Helping Faculty Improve Feedback Exchange for Internal Medicine Subspecialty Fellows. MedEdPORTAL. 2021 02 17; 17:11099.View Related Profiles. PMID: 33644304
Epstein JA, Noronha C, Berkenblit G. Smarter Screen Time: Integrating Clinical Dashboards Into Graduate Medical Education. J Grad Med Educ. 2020 Feb; 12(1):19-24. PMID: 32064058; DOI: 10.4300/JGME-D-19-00584.1;
Craig Noronha, John Donnelly, Julia Limes, Katie Suddarth. Advanced Wellness: Implementing Programs to Promote Resident Wellness and Professional Development. 2019. View Publication
Craig Noronha, Jeremy Epstein, Gail Berkeblit. A Cinderella Story: How to Transform Performance Dashboards into Tools for Resident Training. 2018.
Craig Noronha, Sonia Ananthakrishan. Creating a Universal Language- Development of a Longitudinal Feedback Curriculum for Students to Residents to Fellows to Faculty. 2018.
Craig Noronha, Danielle Jones, Alaka Ray, Catherine Apaloo. Unique Ambulatory Schedules. 2018.
Craig Noronha. Morning Report: 14 Simultaneous Sessions. 2018.
Lee Bach Lu, Ernie-Paul Barrette, Craig Noronha, Halle G. Sobel, Daniel G. Tobin. Leading an Academic Medical Practice. Springer. 2018; 366. View Publication
Craig Noronha and Mark E. Pasanen. Leading an Academic Medical Practice. ACGME Requirements/Accreditation Issues. 2018. View Publication
William Weppner, Craig Noronha and Matma (Mimi) K. Singh. Leading an Academic Medical Practice. Traditional and Block Scheduling Challenges and Solutions for Internal Medicine Residents. 2018. View Publication
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I am an Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, part of the Section of General Internal Medicine, and an Associate Program Director for Internal Medicine. I have been a mentor for numerous trainees including intense mentoring for 19 medical students and 30 internal medicine residents. In addition I provide career guidance for 30 residents and multiple students annually within my role as an Associate Program Director.
My academic interests include educational workshop development and delivery, internal medicine residency scheduling models, and formative feedback exchange within academic medicine. I have presented 17 national workshops and 35 local workshops on a variety of topics. I have also been a physician lead for our Information Technology group since 2006, leading or being involved in numerous IT projects over the years.
I take pride in helping mentor trainees and younger faculty as they progress through their careers. Over the last several years I been an invited expert discussant for more than 20 online discussions for medical trainees. I look forward to working with mentees interested in medical education or looking for advice related to career decisions. Given my past experiences with workshops, I also see myself as an Educational Mentor, being able to to help guide mentees through design, development, and implementation of educational projects.
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