Elizabeth Krajic Kachur, PhD
Director, Medical Education Development


Dr. Kachur has 19+ years of experience in undergraduate, graduate, and continuing medical education and faculty development. Before becoming a consultantat at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, she worked at Interfaith Medical Center and New York Medical College. Her educational background is in behavioral science.

Dr. Kachur has presented at over 100 professional events in the United States and around the world. Her numerous publications include papers on curricular and assessment innovations. In 1986 she organized the first multiple station exam (OSCE) in the New York area, and in 1995 she formed the online New York Medical Education Journal Club.

For years she has been an active member of professional groups such as: The Association of American Medical Colleges, Generalists in Medical Education, Alliance for Continuing Medical Education, American Educational Research Association, Association for Medical Education in Europe, International Association of Medical Science Educators, Society for General Internal Medicine, American Academy on Physician and Patient.

Past and present clients include:

American Geriatric Society

City University of New York Medical School
Kawasaki Medical School, Japan Gouverneur Diagnostic and Treatment Center, NY
Maimonides Medical Center, NY Life Science Publishing, Japan
New York Medical College Montefiore Medical Center, NY
University of Vienna Medical School, Austria New York University
Overlook Hospital, NJ Tufts Managed Care Institute, Boston
Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG)


Medical Education Development
National and International Consulting

201 East 21st Street, Suite 2E
New York, NY 10010


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Phone: 212-982-8436
Fax: 212-982-6151
Cell: 917-885-8797
Email: ekachur@mededdevelopment.com
Website: http://www.MedEdDevelopment.com

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