Posts by James A. Gordon, MD, MPA
COVID-19 Accelerates New Approaches to Education Across the Health Professions
From simulations to remote learning, Massachusetts General Hospital leaders are implementing new strategies to address COVID-19 and change medical education for years to come.
COVID-19 Urgent Resource Video Education Library Provides Resources to Clinicians and Educators Across the Globe
The COVID-19 Urgent Resource Video Education (CURVE) library was built by Massachusetts General Hospital clinicians and educators to provide resources to support health professionals in caring for patients with COVID-19 across health care systems.
James A. Gordon, MD, MPA is Chief Learning Officer and Director of the Learning Laboratory at Massachusetts General Hospital, also serving as Chief of the Division of Medical Simulation in the hospital’s Department of Emergency Medicine. He is Professor of Emergency Medicine and Medicine at Harvard Medical School, where he directs the Gilbert Program in Medical Simulation and serves as an Academy Scholar. Dr. Gordon co-founded the Institute for Medical Simulation at the Center for Medical Simulation in Boston, Massachusetts.
After studying intellectual history at Princeton, Dr. Gordon attended medical school at the University of Virginia and completed his training in emergency medicine at the University of Michigan. Following residency he completed a fellowship in the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program and earned a master's degree in public administration, later serving as a Morgan-Zinsser Teaching Fellow at Harvard Medical School.