The ACGME Millstones 2.0 are scheduled for implementation on July 1, 2021.
- Learn about what is new and different with Milestones 2.0.
- Work parallel to retool and old ICU evaluation tool and clinic evaluation tool.
Additional resources and Resources Discussed in the Recording:
Janae K. Heath, MD, MSCE
Janae Heath, MD, MSCE is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania within the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care, she is the APD for the IM residency program and Chair of the Clinical Competency Committee in the Internal Medicine residency program. During her fellowship training, she completed a one-year Measey Medical education year and concurrently completed a Master of Science degree in Clinical Epidemiology.
Dr. Heath has participated in developing ACGME Milestones 2.0 for Internal Medicine and Pulmonary and Critical Care. She has collaborated with the ACGME to identify opportunities for faculty development related to the CCC, including the development of a Milestones 2.0 supplemental edition on this topic.
Dr. Burkart attends in the MICU, on the pulmonary consultative service, the critical care consultative service and the chronic ventilator management service. Dr. Burkart is dedicated to providing high-quality care for the diverse, under-served patient population cared for in the Chest Clinic for which she is the medical director. Dr. Burkart’s scholarly interests focus on medical education and has additional research focuses on the genetics of chronic airflow instruction, lung function, COPD and emphysema. Areas of clinical interest include refractory hypoxemic respiratory failure / ARDS, sepsis, COPD/emphysema and pulmonary hypertension.
Lekshmi Santhosh, MD, MAEd
University of California San Francisco
Lekshmi Santhosh, MD, MAEd specializes in pulmonary and critical care medicine with a focus on medical education. She attends in the Medical ICU, the Neuro ICU, and on the Internal Medicine teaching wards, and has clinic in the Pulmonary Outpatient Faculty Practice at UCSF-Parnassus. She is the founder and physician faculty lead of the multidisciplinary post-COVID OPTIMAL Clinic at UCSF Health.
She serves as the Associate Program Director for the Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship. She obtained her Master’s in Health Professions Education from UC-Berkeley. She gives clinical lectures to students, residents and fellows as well as interprofessional team members. Her primary interests in medical educational research are related to ICU transitions of care, women in leadership development, clinical reasoning, and subspecialty education career choice.