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Elizabeth M. Petsche, JD, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and serves as the Senior Advisor to the Senior Vice President of Health Professions. Elizabeth earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. She then completed her Juris Doctor at Michigan State University College of Law.
Prior to coming to Marian, Elizabeth spent nine years at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MSUCOM), where she served as a course director, oversaw the delivery of the preclerkship curriculum and served on the Dean’s Executive Staff. While at MSUCOM, Elizabeth received a number of awards from students, including the golden apple and the distinguished lecturer award.
Elizabeth regularly presents at state and national conferences on topics ranging from legal issues in graduate medical education to ethical dilemmas in medicine.
Petsche, E., Sexton, P., Frait, S., Fisk, B. (April 2016). Career Advising: Gaining a Competitive Edge. Abstract presented at AACOM Annual Convention, Washington, DC.
Sefcik, D., & Petsche, E. (2015). The CAST Model: Enhancing Medical Student and Resident Clinical Performance Through Feedback. The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, 115(4), 196. doi:10.7556/jaoa.2015.041
O’Connell C, Sefcik D, Petsche E. (April 2014). An Innovative Approach to the Evaluation of Employed Physicians at a Teaching Hospital. Poster presented at AACOM Annual Convention, Washington, DC
Petsche, E., Strouse, S., Church, B., (May 2013). Interprofessional Practice Excellence: Exploring Educational Modules, Synergies, and Barriers to Multidisciplinary Education. Poster Presentation at Faculty and Organizational Development Spring Institute on College Teaching and Learning.
Church, B., Petsche, E., Strong, K., Virant-Young, D. (May 2012). Interprofessional Practice Excellence: Exploring Educational Models, Synergies and Barriers. Poster Presentation at Faculty and Organizational Development Spring Institute on College Teaching and Learning.
Sefcik, D., Church, B., Falls, J., Petsche, E. (March 2012). Bulking Up COMLEX Level 1 Scores: What Preparatory Behaviors Enhance Performance? Poster presentation at the AACOM Annual Convention, Washington, DC.
Petsche, E., M. "Ethical Dilemmas 101: Understanding the Core Principles of Ethics and Their Application." TRIAD 22.1 (2011): 12-15. Print.
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