Kelly Lockeman, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor School of Medicine
Dr. Lockeman has PhD in educational research and evaluation. She was hired in 2013 to coordinate evaluation efforts for the Center for Interprofessional Education. She has been engaged in research on outcomes of an interprofessional case conference for early learners, a virtual case activity and interprofessional critical care simulations for senior students, and development of a measure for self-efficacy on the IPEC competencies, as well as a number of other data analysis projects. She has participated in a faculty learning community focused on exploring the KSAs needed by faculty who deliver interprofessional education, and she is assisting with evaluation of VCU's new curriculum in the School of Medicine. Her teaching and research interests include interprofessional education, learning outcomes, research and evaluation methods, measurement, and introductory statistics. Her work has been published in Educational Gerontology, the Michigan Journal for Community Service Learning, and the Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, and she has presented at a variety of professional meetings.