Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University
Matthew Tews, DO, MS, FACEP, is a Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia (MCG) at Augusta University. He joined the faculty in 2017 and currently serves as the Medical Director of the Augusta University Interdisciplinary Simulation Center and the Assistant Dean for Educational Simulation at MCG. He has been active in the Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine, where he provided leadership for the development of a third-year EM medical student curriculum, the online written third-year examination at SAEMTests and as a senior editor for didactic content for cdemcurriculum.com, all of which are available to medical students and clerkship directors online. Dr. Tews is a clinician-educator who has focused his career around educating medical students using innovative teaching modalities, primarily using high-fidelity simulation. He obtained a Masters of Medical Education Leadership from The University of New England and completed a Faculty Development Fellowship at Wright State University Department of Emergency Medicine after completing his residency in Emergency Medicine at Michigan State University in 2007. He was previously at The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) where he was the Director of Education Services in the Department of Emergency Medicine (EM), the creator of the Third-Year Emergency Medicine Rotation, and the Assistant Dean for Clinical Curriculum at MCW.
Tuesday, May 14
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM