Kihlstom appointed Transition To Residency course co-director

The Individualization Phase team of the UNC School of Medicine is delighted to announce the appointment of Meg Kihlstom, MD, assistant professor of pediatrics and anesthesiology, to the position of Transition To Residency (TTR) course co-director.

Kihlstom appointed Transition To Residency course co-director click to enlarge Meg Kihlstom, MD

The Individualization Phase team of the UNC School of Medicine is delighted to announce the appointment of Meg Kihlstom, MD, to the position of Transition To Residency (TTR) course co-director.  Kihlstom is an assistant professor of Pediatrics and Anesthesiology at UNC, having completed all of her education at UNC, finishing with a Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship in 2015, after which she joined the faculty

Her background, training and expertise are well suited to this course which has grown in length and complexity for the medical school graduating class in recent years.  Kihlstom is  deeply involved in several aspects of teaching and education at UNC, as well as being trained to a high level in Quality Improvement.  Her dedication to the mission has been recognized by several teaching awards at the intern, resident, fellow and faculty level. She is AOA and a Fellow of the Academy of Educators.

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