Ragan DuBose-Morris, PhD, is the Director of the Office of Telehealth Education for the South Carolina Area Health Education Consortium and an Assistant Professor at the Medical University of South Carolina. Her leadership responsibilities include implementing telehealth services through a statewide network of videoconferencing systems and developing educational programs for healthcare students and professionals.
Dr. DuBose-Morris serves on numerous MUSC and statewide telehealth councils, workgroups and committees. Her leadership efforts focus on the successful development of educational initiatives, implementation of technical networks, and creation of effective communication plans for partnerships across the state.
Dr. DuBose-Morris received her BA in communications from the College of Charleston and a MA in media studies from The New College of California. She earned an EdS and PhD in Computing Technology in Education from Nova Southeastern University.
Michele Rains is the Training & Education Coordinator. Michele oversees the functions and operations of the Center for Telehealth Learning Commons. She also works with the Training and Education Manager on developing and implementing education and training for telehealth providers and staff.
Michele graduated with a Bachelor’s in Public Health from the College of Charleston. She joined the MUSC Center for Telehealth in 2016 as the program assistant with the School-Based Health Team. In this role, she trained school staff on using telehealth technologies, managed inventory and other administrative and operational duties for the program.
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