AHEC Scholars Webinar Series
Welcome to AHEC:
An Overview of Statewide Scholars
October 27, 2023
This session will be held on Friday, October 27, 2023, 12:00pm-1:00pm.
Rebecca A. Reamey, PhD
Associate Director, Alabama Statewide AHEC Office
Rebecca A. Reamey holds a PhD in Higher Education from The University of Alabama, with an emphasis on leadership, professional, and workforce development. She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at UAB. In addition, she holds a Master’s degree in Communication Management from UAB and has more than 18 years of experience in curriculum design, program management, leadership development, and teaching. Her research and scholarship focus primarily on program evaluation and training outcomes. In her previous roles with the Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) and Center of Outcomes and Effectiveness Research and Education (COERE), she worked to improve health outcomes and research throughout the Deep South. Through the development of training initiatives, she has helped to ensure that the next generation of healthcare researchers gain the skills needed to lead teams, conduct research, write grants, and intentionally grow their careers. As part of her role, Reamey helped to establish the Family Medicine Faculty Development Fellowship, leading the scholarship and research modules.
As a native of Alabama, Dr. Reamey has great familiarity with the adverse conditions facing our state, and the diverse nuances to consider in addressing those conditions. In her role with AHEC, she works to address accessibility to care, and health education in Alabama’s rural and underserved communities.
The session will be held on Zoom. This information will be sent via email upon registration.
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