John Doughton, MD, has been named Curriculum Representative for Simulation, Experiential Learning and Training for the UNC School of Medicine. He will start his position on March 1.
John Doughton, MD, has been named Curriculum Representative for Simulation, Experiential Learning and Training for the UNC School of Medicine. Doughton will start his position on March 1. He will provide design, management, integration, evaluation and enhancement of phase curriculum.
Doughton received his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine in Birmingham, Alabama, in 2014. His family medicine residency training and a fellowship in point of care ultrasound and outpatient procedural training were completed at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In 2018, he started his career at UNC-Chapel Hill as a Clinical Assistant Professor for Family Medicine. Doughton is now the Director of Ultrasound Teaching for the UNC School of Medicine.
Doughton is dedicated to the development of ultrasound curriculum and faculty development. His scholarly publications focus on ultrasound education and rural healthcare. His influence in ultrasound curriculum is evident through the number of teaching activities he has engaged in during this tenure at the School of Medicine. Doughton also has a devoted interest in rural and Latino care.