|Krishnan S, Wald H, Rougas S, Zink D, Taylor JS Developing a standardized patient curriculum to teach longitudinal care: a practical electronic health record-based experience for senior medical students. Journal of Medical Education and Training. 2017; 1 : 014.|
|Schrier, Madeleine, Rougas, Steven, Schrier, Ellen, Elisseou, Sadie, Warrier, Sarita Intimate Partner Violence Screening and Counseling: An Introductory Session for Health Care Professionals. MedEdPORTAL Publications/MedEdPORTAL Publications. 2017; 13|
|Jordan J, Yarris LM, Santen SA, Guth TA, Rougas S, Runde DP, Coates WC Creating a Cadre of Fellowship-Trained Medical Educators, Part II: A Formal Needs Assessment to Structure Postgraduate Fellowships in Medical Education Scholarship and Leadership.. Academic Medicine. 2016;|
|Coates WC, Runde DP, Yarris LM, Rougas S, Guth TA, Santen SA, Miller J, Jordan J Creating a Cadre of Fellowship-Trained Medical Educators: A Qualitative Study of Faculty Development Program Leaders' Perspectives and Advice.. Academic Medicine. 2016;|
|Brooks, Katherine, Rougas, Steven, George, Paul When Race Matters on the Wards: Talking About Racial Health Disparities and Racism in the Clinical Setting. MedEdPORTAL Publications. 2016; 12|
|Rougas S, Clyne B, Cianciolo AT, Chan TM, Sherbino J, Yarris LM An Extended Validity Argument for Assessing Feedback Culture.. Teaching and Learning in Medicine. 2015; 27 (4) : 355-8.|
|Daniel, Michelle, Clyne, Brian, Fowler, Rachel, Sutton, Elizabeth, Rougas, Steven, Warrier, Sarita, Farmer, Katherine, Doshi, Ankur Cognitive Apprenticeship: A Roadmap to Improve Clinical Teaching. MedEdPORTAL Publications. 2015;|
|Daniel, Michelle, Rougas, Steven, Warrier, Sarita, Kwan, Brian, Anselin, Emma, Walker, Amy, Taylor, Julie Teaching Oral Presentation Skills to Second-Year Medical Students. MedEdPORTAL Publications. 2015;|
|Daniel, Michelle, Rougas, Steven, Warrier, Sarita, Tabaddor, Ramin, Bray, Kirsta, Taylor, Julie Teaching Physical Exam Skills to Novices: Developing all the Tools in the Clinician Toolbox. MedEdPORTAL Publications. 2015;|
|Rougas S, Gentilesco B, Green E, Flores L Twelve tips for addressing medical student and resident physician lapses in professionalism.. Medical teacher. 2015; : 1-7.|
|2012 National DMEFP Conference Team, which consists of the following authors, Dewey CM, Turner TL, Perkowski L, Bailey J, Gruppen LD, Riddle J, Singhal G, Mullan P, Poznanski A, Pillow T, Robins LS, Rougas SC, Horn L, Ghulyan MV, Simpson D Twelve tips for developing, implementing, and sustaining medical education fellowship programs: Building on new trends and solid foundations.. Medical teacher. 2015; : 1-9.|
|Price DW, Wagner DP, Krane NK, Rougas SC, Lowitt NR, Offodile RS, Easdown LJ, Andrews MA, Kodner CM, Lypson M, Barnes BE What are the implications of implementation science for medical education?. Medical Education Online. 2015; 20 : 27003.|
|Rougas, Steven Critical Synthesis Package: Completed Clinical Evaluation Report Rating (CCERR). MedEdPORTAL Publications. 2014;|
|Yarris LM, Juve AM, Artino AR Jr, Sullivan GM, Rougas S, Joyce B, Eva K Expertise, Time, Money, Mentoring, and Reward: Systemic Barriers That Limit Education Researcher Productivity-Proceedings From the AAMC GEA Workshop.. Journal of Graduate Medical Education. 2014; 6 (3) : 430-436.|
|Lin M, Santen SA, Yarris LM, Mullan P, Searle N, Rougas S, Coates WC Development of a training needs assessment for an education scholarship fellowship in emergency medicine.. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2012; 19 (12) : 1419-24.|
|Daniel M, Rougas S, Zink D, Taylor JS Teaching oral presentations in pre-clinical skills courses.. Medical education. 2012; 46 (11) : 1104-5.|
|Rougas SC, Rusley JC, Young BR, Romain CR, Lambrese JR, Dollase R, Monroe AD, Ritter DA Development of a student-based teaching academy.. Medicine and health, Rhode Island. 2008; 91 (8) : 252-4.|
|2009||MD||Alpert Medical School, Brown University|
1. Employee of the Month Andrew F. Anderson Emergency Department, Rhode Island Hospital. Voted by 250 + peers for dedication to patient care during the month of May, 2013.
2. Marc J. Shapiro Medical Student Teaching Award,Department of Emergency Medicine, Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Awarded to one graduating resident out of 12 for dedication to medical student teaching, 2013.
3. Senior Resident Pediatric Clinical Award, Department of Emergency Medicine, Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Awarded to one graduating resident out of 12 for clinical excellence in pediatric care, 2013.
4. CLEAR! Award (Communication Leading to Excellence and Ameliorating Risk), Department of Emergency Medicine, Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Awarded to one graduating resident out of 12 for excellence and dedication to the patient experience, 2013.
5. Abstract Selection, TLM Conversation Starters. Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (NEGEA), AAMC. Research abstract selected out of over 300 to represent the NEGEA in the inaugural series “Conversation Starters” published in Teaching and Learning in Medicine (TLM) where top quality abstracts are published with expert commentary, 2015.
6. Best GME Short Communication. NEGEA Annual Retreat, AAMC. Awarded to one presenter out of over 30 in the area of Graduate Medical Education (GME) for best 10-minute oral presentation, 2015.
7. Best UME Pre-clerkship Short Communication. NEGEA Annual Retreat, AAMC. Awarded to one presenter out of over 80 in the area of Undergraduate Medical Education (UME) for best 10-minute oral presentation, 2016.
8.Residents Hero Award. Department of Emergency Medicine, Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Awarded to one faculty member out of over 100 by the 48 EM residents in recognition of excellence in teaching, mentoring, and guiding future physicians, 2016.
9. Excellence in Medical Student Education, Department of Emergency Medicine, Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Awarded to two faculty members out of over 100 by a departmental awards committee for high quality contributions to medical student education in advancing the specialty of Emergency Medicine, 2016.
10. Ability V: Lifelong Learning, Profiles in Competence Award, Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Awarded to one faculty member amongst over 2,000 by over 240 3rd and 4th year medical students during graduation for commitment to lifelong learning and continued professional development, 2017.
11. Faculty Marshal, Alpert Medical School of Brown University. One of six faculty members and administrators chosen by the 120 members of the graduating Class of 2017 to serve as faculty marshal for the graduation procession.
|Diplomate||ABEM, emergency medicine||2015-2025|
My primary teaching responsibilities at the Alpert Medical School span all four years of the clinical skills curriculum. I serve as the Course Leader for Doctoring III & IV, Co-Course Leader for the Clinical Skills Clerkship for rising 3rd year students, and Director of the summative 4th year OSCE.
Clinically, I precept residents and medical students in the Department of Emergency Medicine at 2 clinical site: Rhode Island Hospital and The Miriam Hospital.
|BIOL 3660 - Doctoring 3|
|BIOL 3670 - Doctoring 4|