Editor’s Note: We’re thrilled to welcome Dr. Danielle Miller to our authorship team!
Dr. Danielle Miller is currently the Medical Education Scholarship Fellow at Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine. She graduated medical school from Ohio State College of Medicine and completed her Emergency Medicine residency at Northwestern University. Dr. Miller’s research interests include competency-based medical education curriculum design and assessment, in addition to gender disparities in medical education and training. Dr. Miller’s medical education research has been in simulation-based mastery learning curriculum development for graduate medical education. Dr. Miller has also performed research in gender disparities in medicine, having explored the linguistic differences in the standardized letter of evaluation (SLOE) narratives between genders applying to emergency medicine residency.
Dr. Miller has presented regionally and nationally on the topics of competency-based medical education and gender disparities in medical education. Her research in mastery learning has been published in Academic Emergency Medicine Education and Training. Her research in gender disparities in the standardized letter of evaluation (SLOE) has been published in Academic Emergency Medicine Education and was recently accepted into the Western Journal of Emergency Medicine.
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