Kevin Volkan, EdD, PhD, MPH
Kevin Volkan has been involved in medical education and medical research for almost 20 years. He has developed comprehensive objective structured clinical exams (OSCEs) to assess skills and competencies of medical students. He has also worked on a number of research grants/projects including teaching communication skills to pediatric residents, finding efficient methods to teach radiology, assessing emergency department response to terror attack, measuring medical student learning in clinical urology, and developing/assessing the Bright Futures curriculum for pediatric residents. Kevin is a graduate of the Harvard School of Public Health, and served as a faculty member and Director of Assessment at Harvard Medical School. He is currently Professor of Psychology at California State University Channel Islands and is a licensed psychologist. In his spare time Kevin plays guitar, practices Karate, and drives his sports cars.