Larry Hurtubise

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Larry Hurtubise

Director, OEIS
253 Parks Hall
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Professional Interests

Professional Interests

Mr. Hurtubise, encourages the scholarship in teaching and learning for the purposes of enhancing the quality of health professions education.   He has implemented programs across the health sciences colleges at The Ohio State University to develop teaching and educational research skills.  His expertise includes, instructional design, educational technology, and in developing collaborative initiatives. 


  • 2001, MA, The Ohio State University
  • 1989, BA, The Ohio State University
  • 1984, BS, The Ohio State University


  • 2018: MedEdPortal Editor’s Choice Exemplary Resource The CARE Inventory: A self-reflective, behavior-based instrument to guide professional development and mentorship of academic faculty with Karyn Wulf, Heather Brod, and Phil Binkley
  • 2014: AACOM Poster finalist for Data Driven Faculty Development Strategic Planning: Preparing for the future of Medical Education Presented at The American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM) Annual Conference with Joyce Jadwin, Olivia Ojano-Sheehan and Steve Davis
  • 2014: CGEA Innovation in Medical Education Poster Award for Leveraging Online Faculty Development in Support of Curricular Change: Faculty Development for Medical Educators (FD4ME) in the Ohio State University (OSU) College of Medicine, with John Mahan and Cynthia Ledford
  • 2002: Ray E Hefler Award for Innovation in Medical Education with C. Erwin Johnson, MD


  • Larry Hurtubise, Terry Kind, David Power “Technology and the Clerkship Director in The Alliance for Clinical Education Guidebook for Clerkship Directors, 5th Edition 2018

Journal Articles

  • Denise Kay, Cayla R. Teal, Gerald Crites, Andrea Berry, Larry Hurtubise, Elissa Hall, Mohammed K. Khalil "Being There" Building Productive Scholarly Teams across Distance and Over Time JRMC, Vol. 1 , Issue 2(2018)
  • Larry Hurtubise, Cynthia Ledford, Teri Turner, John Mahan, Moving Towards Online Faculty Development Journal of Graduate Medical Education, Vol. 7, no 4. (2015): 671-672
  • Larry Hurtubise, Elissa Hall, Leah Sheridan, Heeyoung Han. The Flipped Classroom in Medical Education: Engaging Students to Build Competency. Journal of Medical Education and Curricular Development 2015:2 1–9
  • Larry Hurtubise, Brenda Roman. Competency-Based Curricular Design to Encourage Significant Learning. Curr Probl Pediatr Adolesc Health Care Vol 44, no 6 (2014): 164-169
  • Larry Hurtubise, Bryan Martin, Anne Gilliland, John Mahan, MD. To Play or Not To Play: Leveraging Video in Medical Education. Journal of Graduate Medical Education, Vol. 5, no 1. (2013): 13-18
  • Doug Knutson, Timothy Cain, Larry Hurtubise and Cynthia Kreger. "Lessons learned: developing e-learning to teach physical examination." The Clinical Teacher. (2006).
  • Johnson, C Erwin; Hurtubise, Larry, C; Castrop, Julie; French, Gina; Groner, Judy; Ladinsky, Morissa; McLaughlin, Douglas; Plachta, Laura; Mahan, John D. Learning management systems: technology to measure the medical knowledge competency of the ACGME. Medical education. Vol. 38, no. 6. (2004): 599-608.