Dorene F. Balmer, Ph.D.

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Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Department: Pediatrics

Contact information
3401 Civic Center Boulevard
Physician-in-chief Suite, 9NW
Room 72
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 267-426-1489
Education:
B.S. (Nutrition)
Immaculata University , 1988.
M.A. (Nutrition Education)
Immaculata University , 1994.
Ph.D. (Health Studies/Public Health )
Temple University , 2006.
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Description of Research Expertise

Qualitative research in medical education

Selected Publications

Balmer DF, Darden A, Chandran L, D’Alessandro D, Gusic ME. : How mentor identity evolves: Findings from a 10-year follow-up study of a national professional development program. Academic Medicine , Feb 20 2018.

Balmer DF, Tenney-Soeiro R, Mejia E, Rezet B. : Positive change in feedback perceptions and behavior: A 10-year follow-up study. Pediatrics 141(1), Jan 2018.

Andrews JS, Bale JF, Soep JB, Long M, Carraccio C, Englander R, Powell D, EPAC Study Group: Education in Pediatrics across the Continuum (EPAC): First steps toward realizing the dream of competency-based education. Academic Medicine 93(3): 414-420, 2018.

Rosenblatt S, Balmer DF, Boyer S.: Lost in translation, found in exploration: Understanding why interpreters might alter communication. Critical Care Medicine 45: 1962-1963, Nov 2017.

Cunningham H, Taylor D, Desai U, Glickstein J, Slater J, Krishnan U, Ender K, Balmer D, Charon R.: Educational consequences of a longitudinal narrative e-portfolio. (Presented at the New York City Subway Summit, New York City) June 2017.

Turner T, Zenni E, Balmer D, Lane L.: Influences on volunteer faculty and outcomes of participation in a national educational scholars program: A qualitative study. (Poster, Presented at the Pediatric Academic Society, San Francisco) May 2017.

Rosenblatt, S, Balmer, DF, Boyer D.: "Culture of triage”: A dual perspective qualitative study of interruptions on morning rounds in a pediatric intensive care unit. (Poster, Presented at the Pediatric Academic Society, San Francisco) May 2017.

Balmer D, Darden A, Chandran L, D’Alessandro D, Gusic M. : How mentor identity evolves: Findings from a 10-year follow-up study of a national professional development program. (Presented at the Pediatric Academic Society, San Francisco) May 2017.

Orenstein M, Dalembert G, Hames N, Tenney-Soeiro R, Balmer DF, Zaoutis L.: Back to Osler’s sea: A pilot program to return pediatric learners to the bedside. (Presented at the Pediatric Academic Society, San Francisco) May 2017.

Balmer D, Mejia E, Williams M, Dalembert G, Salmon E, Tenney-Soeiro R, Rezet B. : Limited change in contextual conditions that impact feedback: A 10-year qualitative follow-up study on a general pediatric service. (Poster, Presented at the Pediatric Academic Society, San Francisco) May 2017.

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