Clinician Educator Pathway (2018-2020)
I am one of six residents in the Clinician Educator Pathway, a competitive longitudinal curriculum aimed at training residents for a career in medical education. Pathway requirements include production of scholarly work, formal training in teaching modalities, and settings with exposure to teaching in a variety of settings. In this pathway, I participate in staffing the various student-run clinics, teaching within the medical school, and presenting at well-attended conferences such as Academic Half day.
I am currently enrolled in the Medical Education Research Certificate (MERC) program through the University of Washington Center for Leadership and Innovation in Medical Education and the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). This is a longitudinal curriculum of six workshops for those interested in medical education research, the workshops include Measuring Educational Outcomes, Introduction to Qualitative Data Collection Methods, and Scholarly Writing: Publishing Medical Education Research.