Scholarly Concentrations Program (SCP)

Medical Education (eSC)

Medical Education

This concentration seeks to develop skills needed by medical educators. Students will become equipped to fulfill their roles as educators during their residency, as well as acquire a foundation of practical and theoretical pedagogical knowledge and skills to embark on careers as medical educators.


  • Regular attendance at monthly meetings during Years 1 and 2.
  • An educational reflection paper in Year 3.
  • Required Course: Doctoring IV: Theory and Practice of Teaching which includes a requirement of 90 hours of teaching junior peers in Doctoring I, II, or III small groups or basic science courses; attendance at 5 seminars on effective teaching; a scholarly paper as a capstone project; and an educational reflection statement.

Faculty Leadership

Danielle Gulick, PhD

Kimberly Lamartin, MD