“Dr. Mulloy truly is one of our most skilled and dedicated Case Inquiry faculty members,” said Amy L. Wilson-Delfosse, PhD, Associate Dean for Curriculum, CWRU School of Medicine.
Karen B. Mulloy, DO, MSCH, was recognized recently with the 2021 Edmond S. Ricanati, MD IQ Facilitator Award made possible through the generosity of the Ricanati family in honor of the late Dr. Ricanati, who was an advocate for small group teaching. Dr. Mulloy, Associate Professor, PQHS, is also an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health.
The Case Inquiry (IQ) is a student-centered, small group learning method that is adapted from the “new” Problem Based Learning (PBL) approach introduced at McMaster University School of Medicine in 2005. IQ is the cornerstone of learning in the Western Reserve2 Curriculum. Nine students join with one faculty facilitator three times a week to approach cases that naturally evoke inquiry and motivation for learning. Learn more about the Case Inquiry (IQ) program here.
The Ricanati family funded the Edmond S. Ricanati, M.D. IQ Facilitator Award in recognition of CWRU School of Medicine faculty who are noted as exceptional mentors and teachers, notably facilitating in-depth, original, inquiries, essential in the practice of contemporary medicine.
The late Edmond S. Ricanati, M.D., was a nephrologist who practiced at MetroHealth Medical Center for 40 years. He also served as a clinical professor at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and was a Fellow in the American College of Physicians. Born in Alexandria, Egypt, Dr. Ricanati earned his undergraduate degree at the University of London and his medical degree from the University of Montpellier. He moved to Cleveland in 1961.