Jennifer Jackson, MD

Dr. Jackson is a Pediatric Hospitalist and Professor at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. She is an experienced medical educator and currently serves as Assistant Dean for Curricular Innovation at WFUSM–a role in which she collaborates with faculty, leaders, and students to create new, active learning opportunities supporting students’ cognitive integration. She also serves as the Co-Director of the Clinical Skills Course for pre-clerkship medical students. Her areas of scholarly interest include curriculum development, simulation-based instruction, clinical reasoning, and medical professionalism.

Dr. Jackson enjoys providing mentorship for medical trainees and faculty on medical education career development and medical education scholarship, serving as one of the APA’s Educational Scholars Program (ESP) national faculty advisors.

In addition to her involvement with APA, she is also an active member of the Directors of Clinical Skills Education (DOCS), serving on DOCS’ Executive Council; is a member of the Academy for Professionalism in Health Care (APHC); and serves as an Associate Editor for MedEdPORTAL.