Diane Indyk, DO
Diane Indyk, DO, Lieutenant Colonel, Army
Name: Diane Indyk, DO, Lieutenant Colonel, Army
Bronx Municipal Hospital Corporation (Jacobi Hospital) - Internship/Residency - Pediatrics
Problem-based Learning and the Tutorial Process, Southern Illinois Univ of Medicine
How to Teach Evidence-based Clinical Practice, McMaster University
Joint Forces Combat Trauma Management
Military Medical Humanitarian Assistance
Representative publications, projects, and/or deployments
- 33 years in academic medicine in the civilian sector - from 1st yr medical students through residency training. I have been clerkship director for MS3 and MS4; curriculum development for residency and MS1 programs.
- Regional: Member of Associated Medical Schools of NY Institute for Professional Development: charged w/creating a faculty development program to be shared among all the medical schools in the State of NY (2007-10)
- Nationally: Evaluation Committee member of the Educational Scholars Program (ESP) of the AAP (2006-8). Site Director for Breastfeeding Promotion in Physician Office Practices residency curriculum study of the AAP (2007-8)
- International: Guest lecturer at Chubu Hospital, Okinawa, Japan (2003, 2017). Guest lecturer at Children's Hospital, Podgorica, Montenegro and clinical instructor in Ulcin, Montenegro (2008, 2009)
- Grants: Maternal and Child Health Bureau to the AAP, 2006, Breastfeeding promotion, I was PI for the Jacobi site. HRSA title VII grant, 2006, Maintaining student interest in primary care, Darwin Deen PI. HRSA title VII grant 2010, Bringing medical students into the community health system, Maria Santos PI.
- Deployment: Kuwait/Camp Arifjan 2014. Awards: Global War on Terrorism. Army Commendation Medal
- The influence of longitudinal mentoring on medical student selection of primary care residencies. Indyk D, Deen D, Fornari A, Santos MT, Lu WH, Rucker L.BMC Med Educ. 2011 Jun 2;11:27. doi: 10.1186/1472-6920-11-27
- Evaluating the performance of medical educators: a novel analysis tool to demonstrate the quality and impact of educational activities. Chandran L, Gusic M, Baldwin C, Turner T, Zenni E, Lane JL, Balmer D, Bar-On M, Rauch DA, Indyk D, Gruppen LD.Acad Med. 2009 Jan;84(1):58-66. doi: 10.1097/ACM.0b013e31819045e2
- Successful use of problem-based learning in a third year pediatric clerkship. Curtis JA, Indyk D, Taylor B. Ambulatory Pediatrics. 2001:1:132.