John Doughton, MD, has been appointed curriculum representative for simulation, experiential learning, and training for the UNC School of Medicine. He will take office on March 1.
John Doughton, MD, has been appointed curriculum representative for simulation, experiential learning, and training for the UNC School of Medicine. Doughton will take office on March 1. He will ensure the design, management, integration, evaluation and improvement of the phase program.
Doughton received his MD from the University of Alabama at the Birmingham School of Medicine in Birmingham, Alabama in 2014. His family medicine residency and fellowship in point-of-care ultrasound and ambulatory procedural training have completed at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In 2018, he began his career at UNC-Chapel Hill as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine. Doughton is now director of ultrasound education at the UNC School of Medicine.
Doughton is dedicated to sonography curriculum development and faculty development. His scholarly publications focus on ultrasound education and rural health care. His influence on the sonography curriculum is evident in the number of teaching activities he conducted during his tenure at the School of Medicine. Doughton is also interested in rural and Latino care.