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Neva M. Howard

TitleAssoc Professor Clinical Pract
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus

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    Stanford University, Palo Alto, CAMD05/2007Medicine
    Yale University, New Haven, CTMSO6/1996Biophysics and Biochemistry
    Columbia University, New York, NYResidency07/2010Pediatrics
    UNC Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NCFellowship06/2011Pediatric Emergency Medicine
    MGH Institute, Boston, MAMHPE04/2021Medical Education

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    1. Deva M, Beck Dallaghan GL, Howard N, Roman BJB. Faculty bridging individual and organizational resilience: results of a qualitative analysis. Med Educ Online. 2023 Dec; 28(1):2184744. PMID: 36861292.
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    2. Howard N, Edwards R, Boutis K, Alexander S, Pusic M. Twelve Tips for using Learning Curves in Health Professions Education Research. MedEdPublish (2016). 2023; 13:269. PMID: 38058299.
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    3. Alexander SM, Dallaghan GLB, Birch M, Smith KL, Howard N, Shenvi CL. What Makes a Near-Peer Learning and Tutoring Program Effective in Undergraduate Medical Education: a Qualitative Analysis. Med Sci Educ. 2022 Dec; 32(6):1495-1502. PMID: 36415502.
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    4. Howard NM, Cook DA, Hatala R, Pusic MV. Learning Curves in Health Professions Education Simulation Research: A Systematic Review. Simul Healthc. 2021 Apr 01; 16(2):128-135. PMID: 32675731.
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    5. Beck Dallaghan GL, Byerley JS, Howard N, Bennett WC, Gilliland KO. Medical School Resourcing of USMLE Step 1 Preparation: Questioning the Validity of Step 1. Med Sci Educ. 2019 Dec; 29(4):1141-1145. PMID: 34457594.
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    6. Olson DM, Howard N, Shaw RJ. Hypnosis-provoked nonepileptic events in children. Epilepsy Behav. 2008 Apr; 12(3):456-9. PMID: 18249039.
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