The Association of Pediatric Program Directors Research Award is awarded annually for outstanding educational research presented by an APPD member during the national APPD spring meeting. Winning candidates are selected based on the quality of work presented in the abstract.
- One of the authors must be a member of the APPD.
- First-author abstract must be accepted for presentation at the APPD Spring Meeting to be considered.
- The first-author must present the abstract at the APPD Spring Meeting unless there are extenuating circumstances.
The 2022 APPD Research Award recipient is:
Olanrewaju Falusi, MD, Children’s National DC
TEACHING THE TEACHERS: DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF A RACIAL HEALTH EQUITY CURRICULUM FOR FACULTY
Anna Weiss, MD, MSEd
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Does Faculty or Trainee Gender Matter? A Mixed-Methods Examination of Resident Evaluations in the Pediatric Emergency Department
Erika L. Abramson, MD, MS
New York Presbyterian Hospital (Cornell Campus), New York, NY
Scholarly Activity Training During Fellowship: A National Assessment
John D. Mahan, MD
Nationwide Children's Hospital/Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Burnout in Pediatric Residents: Insights from Three Years of Longitudinal National Survey Data
Jennifer Kesselheim, MD, MEd, MBE
Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Speaking Up About Traditional and Professionalism-Related Patient Safety Threats: A Survey of Pediatric Trainees
Betty B. Staples, MD
Duke University Hospital
Burnout Status and Milestone Performance in Pediatric Residents
Jennifer Kesselheim, MD, MEd, MBE and Debra Boyer, MD
Children's Hospital/Boston Medical Center
Balancing Education and Service in Pediatric Residency Training: Results of a National Survey
Su-Ting T. Li, MD, MPH
University of California Davis Medical Center
How Well Do Resident Milestone Self-Assessments Correlate with Clinical Competency Committee Milestone Assessments?