enrich weekEducational Research & Innovations in Clinical & Health Sciences (ENRICH) Week is an annual conference for healthcare educators that promotes teaching skills, fosters curriculum innovation, and showcases research in health education for the 21st century. Formerly RIME Week, the event was renamed in 2020 to be inclusive of interprofessional collaboration and scholarship among all health-related fields. 

ENRICH Week 2021

Poster Session

You can still view the ENRICH week poster session online. Congratulations to our poster session winners!

Clinical Vignettes Category Winner
Brown Recluse Bites: Identification, Differentiation, and Treatment
Mack Bozman; Kym Middleton, MD; Christopher Johnson, MD

Innovations Category Winner
Artificial Intelligence Literacy: Preparing Residents for the future of Radiology
Jordan Perchik, MD; Andrew Smith, MD; Asser Abou Elkassem, MD; Houman Sotoudeh, MD

Research and Scholarship Category Winner(s)
“What’s in a Shame?” Improving Timely Completion of Clerkship Evaluations with QI
Michelle D. Veters, MD; Brian May, MD, MEd; Erinn O. Schmit, MD, MEd; Chang L. Wu, MD, MSCR; and Stephanie Berger, MD
The Role of Race and Ethnicity in Team Dynamics
Steve Otero; Christine Loyd, PhD; Samantha Giordano-Mooga, PhD; and N. Robert Estes II, PhD

Keynote Address

The recording of the session "The Shame Conversation: Authentically engaging with the risk of shame in the health professions " was delivered by Will Bynum, M.D., Associate Professor in Family Medicine and Community Health at Duke University.

Emerging Educators Workshop

Miss out on the workshop? You can watch the Emerging Educators Workshop presentations online.
Thank you to our wonderful presenters for sharing their expertise with attendees!

  • Brook Hubner, PhD & Kelley Swatzell, PhD: “Connecting the Dots from Accreditation to the Classroom”
  • Ryan Kraemer, MD, FACP: “Practical Application of Kolb’s Learning Theory”
  • Michelle Brown PhD, MS, MLS(ASCP) SBB: “How Simulation Can Enhance Your Teaching”

Past Presentations:

Medical Grand Rounds
“Weaving Meaning and Well-Being with Narrative Medicine”
Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Mukta Panda, MD, MACP, FRCP-London 
Professor and Assistant Dean for Medical Student Education and Well-Being
Department of Medicine (Chattanooga) and Department of Medical Education (Memphis)
University of Tennessee Health Science Center


ENRICH Week Fellows Workshop
“Survive - and Thrive- in the Virtual Educational Space”

Thursday, Sept. 24, 2020



For more information, contact:
Chair, Britney Corey, MD, MACM, FACS
Co-Chair, Greg Pavela, PhD
Program Manager, Claire Finney