Thomas Jefferson University
Dimitrios Papanagnou graduated from the New York University (NYU) School of Medicine. As a Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation Scholar, he received a Masters of Public Health at Columbia University; and then completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at the NYU / Bellevue Hospital Center. Subsequently, Dr. Papanagnou completed fellowships in Emergency Ultrasonography at SUNY Downstate / Kings County Hospital; Medical Simulation at the Institute for Medical Simulation and Advanced Learning (IMSAL); and Clinical Quality and Patient Safety through the United Hospital Fund (UHF) and the Greater New York Hospital Association.
Previously to joining Jefferson, Dr. Papanagnou was the Director of Medical Simulation at SUNY Downstate, where he supported and developed educational simulation programs for the medical center. His work there involved multidisciplinary team-based learning, simulation-integrated curriculum development, and patient safety. He was lead faculty at the Institute for Medical Simulation and Advanced Learning, where he developed and facilitated coursework for teams of health providers across the Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC), the 11-hospital public health system in NYC.
At Jefferson, Dr. Papanagnou is currently the Vice Chair for Education in the Department of Emergency Medicine; the Assistant Dean for Faculty Development in the Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University; and the Director for the In Situ Simulation Program at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals. As faculty in the Institute for Emerging Health Professions (IEHP), he was able to blend his work in pedagogy and technology to create the Telehealth Facilitator Certificate Program. He is currently in the final stages of completing a doctorate in adult education at Columbia University with a dissertation concentration on emotional intelligence development in physician providers.
Tuesday, May 12, 2020
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM