For the School of Medicine and Public Health Community
Teaching as Scholarship
New resource added to Teaching as Scholarship! Please scroll to “Literature Searching for Health Educational Research” in our Just in Time section, or click on the ✹ icon at the right to access.
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.
For more teaching scholarship resources/support, consider joining the UW-SMPH Education Scholarship Collaborative. Email email@example.com for more information.
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.
A curated set of resources to guide medical education researchers through the research, writing and publication process by providing insight from leading scholars in health professions education research.
Learn to describe the application of study designs, variable types, exploratory data analysis, confirmatory (inferential) data analysis, and basic interpretation of results to educational interventions using a four-step approach to choosing a statistical test for educational cases.
A Visual Summary: 32 Of The Most Important Learning Theories
In this webinar, participants will learn about Academic Medicine, one of the AAMC’s peer reviewed journals. Speakers will discuss the journal’s focus areas, submission process, tips for successful publication, and available resources for authors and reviewers. New Editor-in-Chief Laura Roberts, MD, MA will introduce herself and share her vision for the future of the journal. There will be time for Q&A with Dr. Roberts and a member of the editorial staff.
By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:
Describe the focus areas of the journal,
Describe the peer-review process and common reasons for rejection, and
Identify available resources for authors and reviewers.
Assessment and Education Research Skills (AERS) (link)
Explore resources about getting involved with the educator community, developing skills in education research and building a career as an education scholar from the University of California San Francisco School of Medicine.
FAIMER Programs in Health Professions Education (link)
Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research
Editorial commentary about the importance of medical educators engaging in a virtual community of practice (vCoP) to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and the science of education as well as increase career satisfaction.
Innovation to Dissemination Workshop: Selecting Outcome Measures to Translate Educational Innovations Into Scholarship (link)