Health professions education as scholarly work is a burgeoning field that requires time and effort but can be incredibly rewarding. These resources are meant to help faculty and preceptors develop their identites and skills as education scholars. Explore topics such as publishing research, finding support networks, creating mentorship and choosing measurement practices.
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Just In Time
These Just In Time resources are ideal if you only have a couple of minutes to start finding out about Teaching & Learning Strategies.
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Hit the Ground Running – Engaging Early-Career Medical Educators in Scholarly Activity
Source: Academic Medicine: The Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges
Strategies for medical educators to engage in scholarly work sectioned into three categories—Learning the Landscape, Presentation-Based Scholarly Growth, and Publication-Based Scholarly Growth.
If you have more time to invest, these Deeper Dive resources are longer and/or more in depth so you can gain a deeper understanding of Teaching & Learning Strategies.