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Virtual Medicine Grand Rounds – Kimberly Manning, MD, “Intersecting Pandemics: The Crises of Racism and COVID-19.”
September 17, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Kimberly D. Manning, MD is a general internist/hospitalist who serves as Associate Vice Chair of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for the Department of Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine. Manning was recently promoted to Professor of Medicine and additionally serves as residency program director for the Transitional Year Residency Program at Emory. Beyond her roles in the Department of Medicine, she has been a society small group advisor at the Emory since their curriculum reform in 2007. Dr. Manning continues to hold this position and currently co-leads the Semmelweis Society—one of the four academic houses in the medical school.
Manning’s academic achievements include numerous institutional, regional and national teaching awards. She has a strong passion for building and strengthening diverse clinical learning environments as well as cultivating psychologically safe learning climates. In 2018, she was awarded the prestigious ACGME Parker J. Palmer Courage To Teach Award—given to only 9 program directors across all ACGME residency programs in the US. At Emory, she has received the Evangeline Papageorge Award, The Golden Apple Teaching Award, and the Juha P. Kokko Teaching Award—the highest teaching awards in the School of Medicine, Grady Hospital, and Emory’s Internal Medicine Residency Program, respectively.
An avid teacher, she regularly speaks at community events, on podcasts and has taught at several National and International Medical conferences as an invited lecturer. But most of all, she enjoys the everyday of teaching patients, students, and residents at Grady Memorial Hospital. Additionally, she is a prolific writer and authors a blog called “Reflections of a Grady Doctor” which was named in 2010 by ‘O’ The Oprah Magazine as one of 4 medical blogs you should read. She also enjoys sharing narratives and discussing medical education topics on Twitter.
The Los Angeles area native is a proud alumnus of both Tuskegee University and Meharry Medical College and is a happily married mother of two teen-aged sons and a very rambunctious labradoodle.