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Research Expertise & Professional Interests Dr. Wiecha is an Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs at Boston University School of Medicine, where he also serves as the Director of the Office of Medical Education. He received his M.D. from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, and M.P.H from the University of Massachusetts. He completed residencies in Family Medicine and in Preventive Medicine at the University of Massachusetts. Dr. Wiecha has published studies on patterns of preventive health care among disadvantaged populations, and on tobacco abuse among minority populations in Massachusetts. He has received a number of awards, including the American Cancer Society Cancer Control Career Development Fellowship, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Generalist Physician Faculty Scholars Award, and the University of Massachusetts Fellowship in Asian-American Studies. He served as medical director of a community-based cancer prevention program for Southeast Asian-Americans that received national recognition for excellence. Dr. Wiecha’s medical education projects have been funded by numerous private foundations, the US Public Health Service, the NIH, and the World Health Organization. Current Projects Managing pediatric asthma with an Internet-supported team (Commonwealth Fund) Use of virtual computer worlds for international medical professional development (WHO) Women in Control: use of virtual world intervention to promote lifestyle change for inner-city women with diabetes (NIH) Predictors of physical activity among inner-city women with cardiometabolic risk factors Dr. Wiecha's expertise includes eLearning; Instructional Technology; Simulation training; Distance education; Medical education; Instructional design; Program evaluation; Program development.
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Concept Education, Medical
Concept Education, Medical, Continuing
Concept Education, Medical, Graduate
Concept Education, Medical, Undergraduate
Concept Patient Education as Topic
Concept Education, Distance
Academic Article Ethics in medicine: are we blind? In support of teaching medical ethics at the bedside.
Academic Article HEAL: an instructional design model applied to an online clerkship in family medicine.
Academic Article Collaborative online learning: a new approach to distance CME.
Academic Article Collaborative e-learning using streaming video and asynchronous discussion boards to teach the cognitive foundation of medical interviewing: a case study.
Academic Article An interactive web-based curriculum on evidence-based medicine: design and effectiveness.
Academic Article Web-based versus face-to-face learning of diabetes management: the results of a comparative trial of educational methods.
Academic Article BostonBreathes: improving pediatric asthma care with a home-based interactive website for patient education, monitoring, and clinical teamwork.
Academic Article Teaching geriatric assessment: use of a hybrid method in a family medicine clerkship.
Academic Article BostonBreathes: an RCT to improve pediatric asthma care with a home-based interactive website for patient education, monitoring, and clinical teamwork.
Academic Article Promoting medical humanism: design and evaluation of an online curriculum.
Academic Article Learning in a virtual world: experience with using second life for medical education.
Academic Article FaMeS: an innovative pipeline program to foster student interest in family medicine.
Academic Article A pilot study of motivational interviewing training in a virtual world.
Academic Article Use of an online curriculum to teach delirium to fourth-year medical students: a comparison with lecture format.
Academic Article Can medical students afford to choose primary care? An economic analysis of physician education debt repayment.
Academic Article Use of a virtual world computer environment for international distance education: lessons from a pilot project using Second Life.
Academic Article The comparative experiences of women in control: diabetes self-management education in a virtual world.
Academic Article Novel Mobile Application to Promote Evidence-Based Medicine Decision-Making in Medical Education
Academic Article Evaluation of a web-based asthma self-management system: a randomised controlled pilot trial.
Grant Distance Education for Health (WHO)

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