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.
Danielle Gulick, PhD
Susan Pross, PhD