Quinn Capers, IV, MD, FACC
Dr. Quinn Capers, IV is an interventional cardiologist, professor of medicine, and the vice dean for faculty affairs in The OSU College of Medicine. He has performed over 4,000 coronary stent procedures, many in heart attack patients, and is an expert at performing these procedures through the radial artery in the patient’s wrist. His physician peers have named him one of America’s “Best Doctors” annually from 2009 to 2019, and he was awarded the 2019 “Professor of the Year” Award for the graduating class of The Ohio State University College of Medicine.
He is a passionate advocate for diversity enhancement in medicine as a strategy to reduce healthcare disparities. In 2017 he joined with other Black male physicians on Twitter to co-found and launch “#BlackMenInMedicine”, a campaign to flood social media (initially Twitter) with images of Black male physicians, and his recent study on implicit bias is the first to document the presence and extent of unconscious racial bias in medical school admissions. He has led workshops that collectively have trained over 1,000 physicians and healthcare providers in strategies to reduce implicit bias, and speaks widely on the topic.
Dr. Capers graduated from Howard University and The Ohio State University College of Medicine before completing his residency in internal medicine and fellowships in vascular biology research, cardiovascular medicine, and interventional cardiology at Emory University.
Jessica Bean, ND, MS, CPC, CDWF
In 2014 Jessica completed training with Brené Brown, PhD’s organization, The Daring Way, and became a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator (CDWF). She has facilitated groups for the general public, medical professionals, mental health providers, healthcare students, and young adults struggling with problematic digital media use. Through this work Jessica has supported hundreds of individuals in building emotional resilience, healthy vulnerability, and authentic connection, while also improving their ability to lead with integrity, overcome perfectionism and harsh inner critics, and effectively handle life’s challenges and setbacks.
This curriculum will be run twice, on September 24 and October 19, 2020. Attendees need to only attend one session.
PDDS is our core curriculum for program directors and faculty in support of continuous learning, development and educational innovation within UW GME. The curriculum is designed to meet ACGME annual faculty development and Common Program Requirements (CPRs).
Program directors, associate program directors, key faculty and program administrators (as space allows) are invited to join us at PDDS events.* The objectives of the program are to:
- Provide opportunities for program leaders to learn from colleagues and experts about best practices in GME
- Support excellence throughout UW GME
- Create a strong UW GME community
* Each curriculum will be run twice in the Fall and twice in the Spring. All ACGME training programs are required to send a core faculty representative (ideally the program director or associate program director).