Craig Scott, PhD

Professor Emeritus, Biomedical Informatics and Medical Education

scottcs@uw.edu


Interests:

Mind/body medicine, medical student stress management, performance-based teaching and evaluation (including TBL, PBL, flipped classrooms, objectively-structured clinical examinations and standardized patients), medical school admissions, international medical education, and assessment of scientific innovations of National Science Foundation research centers. As an Emeritus faculty member he continues to serve on the UWSoM Admissions Committee. He also serves the National Science Foundation as a center assessment coordinator and evaluator for numerous centers in the Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers Program.

Research:

Mind/body medicine, evaluation of scientific innovation, medical students stress management, performance-based teaching and evaluation (including TBL, PBL, flipped classrooms, objectively-structured clinical examinations and standardized patients), clinical skills development and assessment, medical school admissions, international medical education, and assessment of outcomes of National Science Foundation research centers.

Representative publications:

  • Finkelstein C, Lan YL, Brownstein A, Scott CS.  Anxiety/Stress Reduction in Medical Education: An Intervention. Med Educ 2007;Mar 41(3):258-64.
  • Booth-LaForce C, Scott CS, Heitkemper MM, Cornman BJ, Lan MC.  CAM Attitudes and Competencies of Nursing Students and Faculty: Results of Integrating CAM into the Nursing Curriculum.  J Prof Nsg 2010;Sept-Oct 26(5):293-300.
  • Losh D, Ambrozy D, Cunningham M, Struijk J, Scott C, Adding value to OSCEs by providing real-time clinician feedback. Medical Educator. (2013).
  • Scott CS, Nagasawa PR, Abernethy NF, Ramsey BW, Martin PJ, Hacker BM, Schwartz HD, Brock DM, Robins LS, Wolf FM, Disis ML. Expanding Assessments of Translational Research Programs: Supplementing Metrics with Value Judgments. Eval Health Prof.37(1) 2014, 83-97.
  • Scott CS (Ed). Industry-Nominated Technological Breakthroughs of National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers (6th edition) (2016). National Science Foundation, Industry-University Cooperative Research Program. Arlington, Virginia. (http://faculty.washington.edu/scottcs/NSF/2016/nsf2016.html)