The goal is to develop a cadre of trained medical educators for our school with skills in curriculum development and outcomes assessment.
This program will help ensure our leadership role in curricular development, technology, simulation and outcomes research while developing a pool of clinician-educators to carry out our mission in perpetuity.
During this one or two year program, research fellows at the GCRME will learn to:
- Develop curricula that emphasize self-learning and life-long learning.
- Learn effective teaching and testing techniques and then develop and implement programs that train faculty how to teach and evaluate their students.
- Use technology to enhance and complement traditional teaching through simulation and multimedia computer systems that include distance learning and web-based systems.
- Design and implement outcomes studies for both cognitive knowledge and skills training to curricular changes based on best-evidence medical education.
For more information please contact Dr. Ross Scalese