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About Heather-Lyn Haley

Heather-Lyn Haley, Ph.D., is a sociologist with a background in medical education, family, and social networks. Her current work focuses on service-learning, reflective practice and cultural competence in medical education. Dr. Haley is a project manager in Community Health, and as Worcester's site coordinator for the five-campus UMass Learn and Serve grant, spends much of her time supporting the work of our community-engaged students. She is the founding director of the MLK Semester of Service Student Awards. She has previously published qualitative research on medical student reflection and numerous methodological papers on the measurement of student, resident and faculty performance during standardized patient encounters. She is president of the Worcester Women's History Project, and is beginning to explore the use of oral history in community-building, civic engagement and preventive mental health.

Positions

Present President, Worcester Women's History Project
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Present Project Manager for Community Health, University of Massachusetts Medical School
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Present Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts Medical School Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
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Honors and Awards

  • Outstanding Community Service Award, Women's Faculty Committee, UMass Medical School (2017)

Contact Information

www.wwhp.org

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Articles (23)

Presentations (8)