Educational Resources Directory


Assessment

Upcoming Workshops and Lectures

Designing and Implementing Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Curricula

This comprehensive multi-day course will offer participants opportunities to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to design and implement mastery learning curricula.

Facilitating Mid/End-of-Rotation Feedback Conversations

Learn how to facilitate formal feedback conversation during clinical rotations

Medical Education Day

This annual event is a full-day series of presentations and discussions celebrating and examining the future of medical education

Online Modules

Assessment of Medical Students in Problem-Based Learning

Learn how to assess medical students performance in PBL and how to provide them effective feedback with concrete suggestions for improvement

Assessment of Medical Students in Small Groups

Learn about key learner behaviors during small group sessions and how to provide both written and verbal feedback to help learners improve

Clinical Presentations and Verbal Feedback

Learn how to critique oral case presentations and how to facilitate meaningful feedbck conversations focused on performance improvement

Direct Observation in the Clinical Setting

Learn about the important role of direct observation in clinical education, and how you can use your observations to help your trainees improve

Written Assessment of Undergraduate Medical Students in Clinical Clerkships

Learn how to provide written feedback that is concrete, constructive, and focused on behaviors learners can change

External Faculty Development Resources

Educational Measurement Workshop

These modules provide an overview about the basics of educational measurement.

Educational Theory Made Practical

This free ebook produced by the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine team reviews various components of education theory in succinct, case-based, freely-available chapters. Topics include: curriculum design, writing learning objectives, reflective practice and decision-making to name a few.

EPAs Part 1: What are they?  

These three brief YouTube videos (< 2min) describe entrustable professional activities (EPAs). These pertain specifically to General Surgery – using examples of pilot EPAs in General Surgery, however they are useful for anyone who wants a brief, digestible overview of what EPAs are and how they can potentially be used.

EPAs Part 2: How they’re used and ABS plans 

These three brief YouTube videos (< 2min) describe entrustable professional activities (EPAs). These pertain specifically to General Surgery – using examples of pilot EPAs in General Surgery, however they are useful for anyone who wants a brief, digestible overview of what EPAs are and how they can potentially be used.

EPAs Part 3: What do they mean for you? 

These three brief YouTube videos (< 2min) describe entrustable professional activities (EPAs). These pertain specifically to General Surgery – using examples of pilot EPAs in General Surgery, however they are useful for anyone who wants a brief, digestible overview of what EPAs are and how they can potentially be used.

Introduction to Entrustable Professional Activities Faculty Development Module

This resource about entrustable professional activities (EPAs) includes downloadable PDFs and a Word document explaining the module. The online module can easily be accessed directly through the link in the documents. This module is for faculty learning to evaluate EPAs for third- and fourth-year medical students. You can also translate lesson to resident and fellow assessment. The important takeaways is learning what EPAs are and seeing practical their applications.

KeyLIME Podcasts

The KeyLIME (Key Literature in Medical Education) podcasts provide brief (~ 30 minute) podcasts focusing on a variety of medical education topics. Each podcast reviews a recent medical education article and provides key take home points for clinical educators.

NEJM Knowledge+ Article About ACGME Competencies

This short article provides an overview of ACGME competences; you can choose to investigate further through hyperlinks within the body of the text if you wish.

The International Clinical Educators (ICE) Blog from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

The ICE Network Blog hosts a multitude of education resources that is easily searchable for topics of interest.

Longitudinal Educator Training Programs

KeyLIME Podcasts

The KeyLIME (Key Literature in Medical Education) podcasts provide brief (~ 30 minute) podcasts focusing on a variety of medical education topics. Each podcast reviews a recent medical education article and provides key take home points for clinical educators.

Augusta Webster Fellowship

A faculty fellowship in educational research that supports investigator-proposed, innovative projects in health professions education.

McGaw Medical Education Clinical Scholars Program

A two-year, competency-based medical education program to provide McGaw Graduate Medical trainees with training in educational theory and teaching in a variety of settings.

Medical Educator Certificate Program

A two-year, self-directed program to prepare clinical educators for excellence in teaching practice.

Searle Faculty Fellowship

Supports early-career faculty members who are expected to make significant, long-term contributions to the university.

Consultation and Resources

Designing and Implementing Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Curricula

This comprehensive multi-day course will offer participants opportunities to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to design and implement mastery learning curricula.

Archived TIME Lectures

Curriculum Design

Upcoming Workshops and Lectures

Designing and Implementing Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Curricula

This comprehensive multi-day course will offer participants opportunities to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to design and implement mastery learning curricula.

Curriculum Development Made Simple

Learn the basic steps of curriculum development and how each step contributes to a robust curriculum

How Learning Theory Shapes Educational Practice

Learn the basic theoretical foundations that underlie common educational practices

Medical Education Day

This annual event is a full-day series of presentations and discussions celebrating and examining the future of medical education

Using Learning Objectives to Guide Your Educational Sessions

Learn how well-crafted learning objectives provide your educational sessions with greater focus

Online Modules

Direct Observation in the Clinical Setting

Learn about the important role of direct observation in clinical education, and how you can use your observations to help your trainees improve

External Faculty Development Resources

Bloom’s Taxonomy in Action to write Learning Objectives

Concrete guidance on writing learning objectives

Developing Meaningful Learning Objectives

Concrete guidance on writing learning objectives

Educational Theory Made Practical

This free ebook produced by the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine team reviews various components of education theory in succinct, case-based, freely-available chapters. Topics include: curriculum design, writing learning objectives, reflective practice and decision-making to name a few.

Effective Instructional Strategies

This video is geared more toward developing teaching methods for young students (not in medicine), but the principles behind how to teach and provides a step by step approach to developing a curriculum that is applicable to a broad audience. You must be on a Northwestern University network to view this resource.

Introduction to Curriculum Development

An overview on curriculum development based on Kern’s 6-step model

KeyLIME Podcasts

The KeyLIME (Key Literature in Medical Education) podcasts provide brief (~ 30 minute) podcasts focusing on a variety of medical education topics. Each podcast reviews a recent medical education article and provides key take home points for clinical educators.

The International Clinical Educators (ICE) Blog from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

The ICE Network Blog hosts a multitude of education resources that is easily searchable for topics of interest.

Longitudinal Educator Training Programs

KeyLIME Podcasts

The KeyLIME (Key Literature in Medical Education) podcasts provide brief (~ 30 minute) podcasts focusing on a variety of medical education topics. Each podcast reviews a recent medical education article and provides key take home points for clinical educators.

Augusta Webster Fellowship

A faculty fellowship in educational research that supports investigator-proposed, innovative projects in health professions education.

McGaw Medical Education Clinical Scholars Program

A two-year, competency-based medical education program to provide McGaw Graduate Medical trainees with training in educational theory and teaching in a variety of settings.

Medical Educator Certificate Program

A two-year, self-directed program to prepare clinical educators for excellence in teaching practice.

Searle Faculty Fellowship

Supports early-career faculty members who are expected to make significant, long-term contributions to the university.

Consultation and Resources

Designing and Implementing Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Curricula

This comprehensive multi-day course will offer participants opportunities to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to design and implement mastery learning curricula.

Writing Learning Objectives Resource Guide

Learn how to write effective learning objectives

How to Use Zoom Resource Archive

A list of resources created from our faculty development workshop How to Use Zoom to Run Interactive Journal Clubs, Morning Report, or Other Didactic Sessions

Archived TIME Lectures

Competency-based medical education: A new way forward for residency training

Richard K. Reznick, MD, MEd, FRCSC, FACS, FRCSEd (hon), FRCSI (hon) - September 21, 2018

Defending Your Decisions: The Role of the Validity Argument in Medical Education

Mark Adler, MD; Mary McBride, MD, MEd - March 20, 2018

Teaching Accurate Blood Pressure Measurement Across the Continuum of Medical Education

Michael Rakotz, MD, FAAFP, FAHA; Kate Kirley, MD, MS - August 21, 2018

The Electronic Educator Portfolio: A Tool to Enhance Learning and Assess Performance

Robyn Ann Bockrath, MD; Lindsay R. Koressel, MD; Michael B. Spewak, MD - February 19, 2019

Video-Based Peer Review: Opening the “Black Box” of Surgery

Jonah J. Stulberg, MD, PhD, MPH - April 16, 2019

Field of Dreams: Peer Coaching for Teacher and Learner Success

H. Barrett Fromme, MD, MHPE - January 17, 2017

Medicine as a Profession – The Role of ABMS Board Certification

Lois Margaret Nora, MD, JD, MBA - September 25, 2015

Progression to Autonomy...A SIMPL Strategy

Jonathan Fryer, MD - May 19, 2015

Setting Standards for Mastery Learning Tests

Rachel Yudkowsky, MD - May 17, 2016

Learning Conversations

Online Modules

Assessment of Medical Students in Problem-Based Learning

Learn how to assess medical students performance in PBL and how to provide them effective feedback with concrete suggestions for improvement

Assessment of Medical Students in Small Groups

Learn about key learner behaviors during small group sessions and how to provide both written and verbal feedback to help learners improve

Clinical Presentations and Verbal Feedback

Learn how to critique oral case presentations and how to facilitate meaningful feedbck conversations focused on performance improvement

Direct Observation in the Clinical Setting

Learn about the important role of direct observation in clinical education, and how you can use your observations to help your trainees improve

External Faculty Development Resources

Conflict Resolution in Medicine

This module provides valuable information on dealing with challenging educational situations.

Dealing with difficult learner behaviors

This module provides valuable information on dealing with challenging educational situations.

Educational Theory Made Practical

This free ebook produced by the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine team reviews various components of education theory in succinct, case-based, freely-available chapters. Topics include: curriculum design, writing learning objectives, reflective practice and decision-making to name a few.

EPAs Part 2: How they’re used and ABS plans 

These three brief YouTube videos (< 2min) describe entrustable professional activities (EPAs). These pertain specifically to General Surgery – using examples of pilot EPAs in General Surgery, however they are useful for anyone who wants a brief, digestible overview of what EPAs are and how they can potentially be used.

Giving Effective Feedback: A Faculty Development Online Module and Workshop

This is an excellent resource includes downloadable videos to teach faculty how to give feedback. It also provides pocket cards that can be used as reminders about how to give feedback. Includes topics such as goal setting and student presentations.

Giving feedback and receiving feedback | Part 1: Giving feedback

These two blog posts from the International Clinical Educators Blog are brief, high-yield, and easy to digest for the busy clinician. Part 1 briefly reviews a 6 -tep feedback formula and Part 2 reviews how to approach this same process from the trainee perspective.

Giving feedback and receiving feedback | Part 2: Receiving feedback

These two blog posts from the International Clinical Educators Blog are brief, high-yield, and easy to digest for the busy clinician. Part 1 briefly reviews a 6 -tep feedback formula and Part 2 reviews how to approach this same process from the trainee perspective.

Giving feedback: videos on giving feedback from Harvard Medical School Academy

Under EDUCATIONAL APPROACHES AND RESOURCES, you will see VIDEO SERIES: IMRPOVING FEEDBACK. These brief videos clearly delineate different styles with their potential advantages and disadvantages.

Struggling Medical Learners

This module provides valuable information on dealing with challenging educational situations.

The International Clinical Educators (ICE) Blog from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

The ICE Network Blog hosts a multitude of education resources that is easily searchable for topics of interest.

Workshop on Giving, Receiving, and Soliciting Feedback

While the entire publication is focused around a faculty development session on how to give, receive, and solicit feedback, there is a PDF summary. The brochure “The Fine Art of Feedback Synopsis Brochure” reviews giving, receiving, and soliciting feedback both from the receiver and sender perspectives.

Workshop on Giving, Receiving, and Soliciting Feedback

This resource focuses on how to give, receive, and solicit feedback. The authors include a PDF summary: “The Fine Art of Feedback Synopsis Brochure” reviews giving, receiving, and soliciting feedback both from the receiver and sender perspectives.

Exploring a Mission-Based Career in Education

This faculty development panel discussion was hosted in May 2021 by the Feinberg School of Medicine/Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital Department of Pediatrics.  Panelists -- Mark Adler, Robyn Bockrath, Karen Mangold, Mary McBride, and Zarina Norton -- are FAME members as well as recipients of the Dept of Pediatrics Excellence Award in Education. Learn more about their passion and pathway to excellence as you chart your own career trajectory.  A must-see for any faculty with career interests in medical education.

Longitudinal Educator Training Programs

Augusta Webster Fellowship

A faculty fellowship in educational research that supports investigator-proposed, innovative projects in health professions education.

McGaw Medical Education Clinical Scholars Program

A two-year, competency-based medical education program to provide McGaw Graduate Medical trainees with training in educational theory and teaching in a variety of settings.

Medical Educator Certificate Program

A two-year, self-directed program to prepare clinical educators for excellence in teaching practice.

Searle Faculty Fellowship

Supports early-career faculty members who are expected to make significant, long-term contributions to the university.

Archived TIME Lectures

Competency-based medical education: A new way forward for residency training

Richard K. Reznick, MD, MEd, FRCSC, FACS, FRCSEd (hon), FRCSI (hon) - September 21, 2018

Curricular Amendments: Teaching Health Equity to All of Our Learners

Ashti A. Doobay-Persaud, MD; Mita S. Goel, MD, MPH - May 21, 2019

Mixed Realities In Medical Education – Are We Ready?

Patricia M. Garcia, MD, MPH - November 20, 2018

Teaching Accurate Blood Pressure Measurement Across the Continuum of Medical Education

Michael Rakotz, MD, FAAFP, FAHA; Kate Kirley, MD, MS - August 21, 2018

Teaching Across the Generations in GME

James W. Schroeder, Jr., MD, FACS, FAAP - August 20, 2019

Diagnostic reasoning at the bedside: What and How

Georges Bordage, MD, MSc, PhD - December 18, 2017

Implementing a Cultural Competency Curriculum

Alden Landry, MD, MPH - July 21, 2015

Innovations in medical ethics education:from lecture to bedside and beyond

Kelly Michelson, MD, MPH; Catherine Belling, PhD; Katie Watson, JD - March 15, 2016

Panel Discussion: TIME to Discuss… a Certificate in Medical Education

Diane Wayne, MD; Joshua Goldstein, MD; Walter Eppich, MD, PhD; Karen Mangold, MD, Med - November 17, 2015

Progression to Autonomy...A SIMPL Strategy

Jonathan Fryer, MD - May 19, 2015

The MOOC-Centered Learning Community

Bennett Goldberg, PhD - February 21, 2017

The Power and Promise of Educational Technology

Graham T. McMahon, MBBChBAO - October 20, 2015

Active Learning Strategies

Upcoming Workshops and Lectures

Designing and Implementing Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Curricula

This comprehensive multi-day course will offer participants opportunities to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to design and implement mastery learning curricula.

Facilitating Learning in Large Group Settings

Learn strategies to engage your audience and make your large group teaching sessions more interactive

How Learning Theory Shapes Educational Practice

Learn the basic theoretical foundations that underlie common educational practices

Make Learning Stick: Cognitive Strategies to Promote Active Learning

Learn more about basic cognitive principles behind active learning strategies that promote learning and retention

Medical Education Day

This annual event is a full-day series of presentations and discussions celebrating and examining the future of medical education

Teaching and Learning in Small Groups

Learn effective strategies to promote discussion and engagmeent in small group teaching sessions, incudling specific facilitation techniques

Teaching and Learning on Rounds

Learn efficient strategies to enhance learning in the time-limited setting of patient care rounds

Understanding Workplace Learning Modules and Mechanisms

Gain better understanding of how learning happens from experience in clinical workplaces and strategies you can use to enhance it

Online Modules

Assessment of Medical Students in Small Groups

Learn about key learner behaviors during small group sessions and how to provide both written and verbal feedback to help learners improve

External Faculty Development Resources

BDA: A Framework for Reflective Teaching in Clinical Settings

This brief 3-minute video reviews the BDA (before, during, after) framework for clinical teaching. Educators may find this most helpful as a review prior to bedside teaching with a small group of learners.

Educational Theory Made Practical

This free ebook produced by the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine team reviews various components of education theory in succinct, case-based, freely-available chapters. Topics include: curriculum design, writing learning objectives, reflective practice and decision-making to name a few.

KeyLIME Podcasts

The KeyLIME (Key Literature in Medical Education) podcasts provide brief (~ 30 minute) podcasts focusing on a variety of medical education topics. Each podcast reviews a recent medical education article and provides key take home points for clinical educators.

Questions as a Tool in Clinical Teaching

This module highlights the use of questions as a non-intimidating way to promote critical thinking.

Six Common Non-facilitating Teaching Behaviors

This article highlights common educator behaviors that are NOT helpful to teaching and learning in small and large groups. Awareness about these common yet unhelpful behaviors may add new and valuable insight for educators.

Small Group Facilitation

A series of articles from the Florida State University College of Medicine about small group facilitation and learning. “Lessons from Geese” and “The Developmental Facilitator: What One is and What One Does” are particularly high-yield.

Teaching Clinical Reasoning to Medical Students: A Case-Based Illness Script Worksheet Approach

Use the this MedEd Portal resource for a framework to teach clinical reasoning skills.

Team Based Learning

This post on the popular Academic Life in Emergency Medicine blog highlights some key points from a 2016 article on Team-Based Learning published in the Journal of Graduate Medical Education. In addition to summarizing the article, the post includes a 32-minute video of medical educators discussing this topic.

The International Clinical Educators (ICE) Blog from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

The ICE Network Blog hosts a multitude of education resources that is easily searchable for topics of interest.

The University of Arizona Health Sciences Inquiry Strategy for Teaching

This site contains a brief 3-minute video on inquiry teaching and delves into different questioning styles based on what you are trying to assess from your learner.

Longitudinal Educator Training Programs

KeyLIME Podcasts

The KeyLIME (Key Literature in Medical Education) podcasts provide brief (~ 30 minute) podcasts focusing on a variety of medical education topics. Each podcast reviews a recent medical education article and provides key take home points for clinical educators.

Augusta Webster Fellowship

A faculty fellowship in educational research that supports investigator-proposed, innovative projects in health professions education.

McGaw Medical Education Clinical Scholars Program

A two-year, competency-based medical education program to provide McGaw Graduate Medical trainees with training in educational theory and teaching in a variety of settings.

Medical Educator Certificate Program

A two-year, self-directed program to prepare clinical educators for excellence in teaching practice.

Searle Faculty Fellowship

Supports early-career faculty members who are expected to make significant, long-term contributions to the university.

Consultation and Resources

Designing and Implementing Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Curricula

This comprehensive multi-day course will offer participants opportunities to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to design and implement mastery learning curricula.

Archived TIME Lectures

Learning Environments

Upcoming Workshops and Lectures

Designing and Implementing Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Curricula

This comprehensive multi-day course will offer participants opportunities to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to design and implement mastery learning curricula.

Creating Supportive Learning Environments

Learn how to establish psychological safety in your learning environment that allows learners to feel supported while being challenged

Medical Education Day

This annual event is a full-day series of presentations and discussions celebrating and examining the future of medical education

External Faculty Development Resources

Educational Theory Made Practical

This free ebook produced by the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine team reviews various components of education theory in succinct, case-based, freely-available chapters. Topics include: curriculum design, writing learning objectives, reflective practice and decision-making to name a few.

KeyLIME Podcasts

The KeyLIME (Key Literature in Medical Education) podcasts provide brief (~ 30 minute) podcasts focusing on a variety of medical education topics. Each podcast reviews a recent medical education article and provides key take home points for clinical educators.

Residents as Educators: Giving Feedback

Although this was originally created for residents/fellows to give feedback to medical students, the overall concepts of giving feedback apply for all educators. The online resource contains brief two PowerPoint presentations and bullet points on high yield aspects of effective feedback.

Safe Space Training for LGBT Medical Students

An overview of safe space training

The International Clinical Educators (ICE) Blog from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

The ICE Network Blog hosts a multitude of education resources that is easily searchable for topics of interest.

Longitudinal Educator Training Programs

KeyLIME Podcasts

The KeyLIME (Key Literature in Medical Education) podcasts provide brief (~ 30 minute) podcasts focusing on a variety of medical education topics. Each podcast reviews a recent medical education article and provides key take home points for clinical educators.

Augusta Webster Fellowship

A faculty fellowship in educational research that supports investigator-proposed, innovative projects in health professions education.

McGaw Medical Education Clinical Scholars Program

A two-year, competency-based medical education program to provide McGaw Graduate Medical trainees with training in educational theory and teaching in a variety of settings.

Medical Educator Certificate Program

A two-year, self-directed program to prepare clinical educators for excellence in teaching practice.

Searle Faculty Fellowship

Supports early-career faculty members who are expected to make significant, long-term contributions to the university.

Consultation and Resources

Designing and Implementing Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Curricula

This comprehensive multi-day course will offer participants opportunities to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to design and implement mastery learning curricula.

Archived TIME Lectures

Video-Based Peer Review: Opening the “Black Box” of Surgery

Jonah J. Stulberg, MD, PhD, MPH - April 16, 2019

Field of Dreams: Peer Coaching for Teacher and Learner Success

H. Barrett Fromme, MD, MHPE - January 17, 2017

Talking in Teams: How Team Communication Contributes to Learning and Patient Safety

Walter Eppich, MD, PhD; Jan Schmutz, PhD - July 18, 2017

Simulation

Upcoming Workshops and Lectures

Designing and Implementing Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Curricula

This comprehensive multi-day course will offer participants opportunities to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to design and implement mastery learning curricula.

Medical Education Day

This annual event is a full-day series of presentations and discussions celebrating and examining the future of medical education

External Faculty Development Resources

Educational Theory Made Practical

This free ebook produced by the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine team reviews various components of education theory in succinct, case-based, freely-available chapters. Topics include: curriculum design, writing learning objectives, reflective practice and decision-making to name a few.

KeyLIME Podcasts

The KeyLIME (Key Literature in Medical Education) podcasts provide brief (~ 30 minute) podcasts focusing on a variety of medical education topics. Each podcast reviews a recent medical education article and provides key take home points for clinical educators.

The International Clinical Educators (ICE) Blog from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

The ICE Network Blog hosts a multitude of education resources that is easily searchable for topics of interest.

Longitudinal Educator Training Programs

KeyLIME Podcasts

The KeyLIME (Key Literature in Medical Education) podcasts provide brief (~ 30 minute) podcasts focusing on a variety of medical education topics. Each podcast reviews a recent medical education article and provides key take home points for clinical educators.

Augusta Webster Fellowship

A faculty fellowship in educational research that supports investigator-proposed, innovative projects in health professions education.

McGaw Medical Education Clinical Scholars Program

A two-year, competency-based medical education program to provide McGaw Graduate Medical trainees with training in educational theory and teaching in a variety of settings.

Medical Educator Certificate Program

A two-year, self-directed program to prepare clinical educators for excellence in teaching practice.

Searle Faculty Fellowship

Supports early-career faculty members who are expected to make significant, long-term contributions to the university.

Consultation and Resources

Designing and Implementing Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Curricula

This comprehensive multi-day course will offer participants opportunities to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to design and implement mastery learning curricula.

Archived TIME Lectures

Educational Research

Upcoming Workshops and Lectures

Designing and Implementing Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Curricula

This comprehensive multi-day course will offer participants opportunities to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to design and implement mastery learning curricula.

Medical Education Day

This annual event is a full-day series of presentations and discussions celebrating and examining the future of medical education

External Faculty Development Resources

Educational Theory Made Practical

This free ebook produced by the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine team reviews various components of education theory in succinct, case-based, freely-available chapters. Topics include: curriculum design, writing learning objectives, reflective practice and decision-making to name a few.

KeyLIME Podcasts

The KeyLIME (Key Literature in Medical Education) podcasts provide brief (~ 30 minute) podcasts focusing on a variety of medical education topics. Each podcast reviews a recent medical education article and provides key take home points for clinical educators.

The International Clinical Educators (ICE) Blog from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

The ICE Network Blog hosts a multitude of education resources that is easily searchable for topics of interest.

Longitudinal Educator Training Programs

KeyLIME Podcasts

The KeyLIME (Key Literature in Medical Education) podcasts provide brief (~ 30 minute) podcasts focusing on a variety of medical education topics. Each podcast reviews a recent medical education article and provides key take home points for clinical educators.

Augusta Webster Fellowship

A faculty fellowship in educational research that supports investigator-proposed, innovative projects in health professions education.

McGaw Medical Education Clinical Scholars Program

A two-year, competency-based medical education program to provide McGaw Graduate Medical trainees with training in educational theory and teaching in a variety of settings.

Medical Educator Certificate Program

A two-year, self-directed program to prepare clinical educators for excellence in teaching practice.

Searle Faculty Fellowship

Supports early-career faculty members who are expected to make significant, long-term contributions to the university.

Consultation and Resources

Designing and Implementing Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Curricula

This comprehensive multi-day course will offer participants opportunities to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to design and implement mastery learning curricula.

Archived TIME Lectures

TIME-ly Projects from the Medical Education Clinical Scholars (MECS) Program

Blair Golden, MD; Rachel Kadar, MD; Sonal Oza, MD; Amy Rydin, MD - June 19, 2018

TIME-ly Projects from the Medical Education Clinical Scholars Medical Educator Certificate Program

John T. Brinkmann, CPO; Rachel B. Kadakia, MD; Brenda B. Suh-Lailam, PhD; Rachel S. Tappan, DPT - July 16, 2019

Medical Education in the Veterans Health Administration

Andrea Birnbaum, MD, PhD - December 20, 2016

Talking in Teams: How Team Communication Contributes to Learning and Patient Safety

Walter Eppich, MD, PhD; Jan Schmutz, PhD - July 18, 2017

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