AMT Faculty Member

Sidra Qureshi, MD
Assistant Professor
Associate Program Director
Department of Internal Medicine, Division of General Medicine
John Sealy School of Medicine

Dr. Qureshi is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine, an Associate Program Director for the Internal Medicine Residency, as well as a course director in the John Sealy School of Medicine (JSSOM). In her role as a founding course director for the JSSOM Transition to Residency (TTR) Course, she had the opportunity to grow in areas of teaching and education by creating integral educational materials for simulation and standardized patient experiences. Her impressive achievements related to the TTR course includes the incorporation of Mobile App technology and the Interprofessional Mock Paging Activity in collaboration with School of Nursing. The TTR course has achieved regional recognition with the Dr. Judith Drew Innovation Award at the Kenneth I. Shine M.D. Academy of Health Science Education Innovations in Health Science Education Conference (First Place, 2022) and national recognition with a Grand Rounds hosted by the TTR Educators. In her new role as co-director for the Internal Medicine Clerkship, she has been actively engaged in improving the 3rd year medical school clinical experience.

Learner Types: JSSOM - Medical Students - Clinical Years, JSSOM - Residency/Fellowships.

Assessment of Learners: Clinical Skills Assessment.

Curriculum: Curriculum Design.

Educational Leadership: Leadership Development.

Instructional Methods: Case Development, Case-Based Teaching, Clinical Teaching (Hospital or Clinic), Simulation-based Education.

Scholarship: Ed Research or Curriculum Innovation: Abstract Development, Poster Development.

Special Content: Interprofessional Education, Procedural Skills.