Victoria Kaprielian, MD, FAAFP, is Professor of Family Medicine and Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Medical Education at the Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM). She directs the Master of Health Professions Education program and oversees professional development programs for CUSOM faculty and staff, on-campus and throughout the clinical sites. She provides teaching and curriculum development effort for several medical student courses, with emphasis on population health, patient safety, and quality improvement. Before joining CUSOM in 2013, she served in multiple roles at Duke University including in medical student and resident education, CME, and faculty development programs, as well as clinical quality and safety.
Dr. Kaprielian has more than three decades of experience in all levels of medical education and is well versed in education in several health professions. She has served as Interim Chief of the Duke Doctor of Physical Therapy Program and on the Boards of both the National Commission on the Certification of Physician Assistants and the Accreditation Review Commission on the Education of Physician Assistants. She has played a prominent role in developing interprofessional education programs for health professions students at both Duke and Campbell.