Last Name

Andem Ekpenyong

TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionRush University, Rush Medical College
DepartmentInternal Medicine, Division of General Medicine
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    1. Al-Bualy R, Ekpenyong A, Holmboe E. Effective Clinical Competency Committee Meeting Practices: Before, During, and After. Acad Med. 2023 11 01; 98(11):1340. PMID: 36538659.
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    2. Ekpenyong A, Edgar L, Wilkerson L, Holmboe ES. A multispecialty ethnographic study of clinical competency committees (CCCs). Med Teach. 2022 11; 44(11):1228-1236. PMID: 35635737.
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    3. Yaghmour NA, Poulin LJ, Bernabeo EC, Ekpenyong A, Li ST, Eden AR, Hauer KE, Tichter AM, Hamstra SJ, Holmboe ES. Stages of Milestones Implementation: A Template Analysis of 16 Programs Across 4 Specialties. J Grad Med Educ. 2021 Apr; 13(2 Suppl):14-44. PMID: 33936531.
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    4. Ekpenyong A, Padmore JS, Hauer KE. The Purpose, Structure, and Process of Clinical Competency Committees: Guidance for Members and Program Directors. J Grad Med Educ. 2021 Apr; 13(2 Suppl):45-50. PMID: 33936532.
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    5. Ekpenyong A, Zetkulic M, Edgar L, Holmboe ES. Reimagining Feedback for the Milestones Era. J Grad Med Educ. 2021 Apr; 13(2 Suppl):109-112. PMID: 33936543.
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    6. Ekpenyong A, Becker K. What resources do clinical competency committees (CCCs) require to do their work? A pilot study comparing CCCs across specialties. Med Teach. 2021 01; 43(1):86-92. PMID: 32976733.
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    7. Ekpenyong A, Baker E, Harris I, Tekian A, Abrams R, Reddy S, Park YS. How do clinical competency committees use different sources of data to assess residents' performance on the internal medicine milestones?A mixed methods pilot study. Med Teach. 2017 Oct; 39(10):1074-1083. PMID: 28738746.
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