Clincal Educator Track
The goal of the Clinical Educator Track is to prepare residents to take on academic and educational leadership roles. We aim to give residents access to both the theoretical knowledge and the practical training necessary to be leaders in the field of academic medicine. The track is specifically designed for residents who intend to pursue clinician educator and/or academic administrative careers after graduation.
Residents apply for the Clinical Educator Track at the beginning of the PGY2 year. Selected residents work with a faculty mentor to develop an educational project designed for medical students or residents. Projects are scholarly - that is, they are set up to generate or test hypotheses regarding effective educational interventions. Each resident graduating from the track will have completed a project and will have presented a poster or participated in a workshop at a national conference or will have submitted a paper for publication. Residents in the track may set aside elective time in the PGY4 year for their educational projects, and are eligible to receive travel funds for presentations at academic meetings.
Members of the Clinical Educator Track
- PGY4 and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellow Lisa Clement is working with M3 Psychiatry Clerkship Director Mitchell Illichmann, MD on revising all of the seminars to be case-based and interactive; she also played a key role in developing the 2011 Education Retreat.
- PGY4 Jake Behrens has a variety of interests related to technology in medicine and somatic therapies such as deep brain stimulation.
- PGY3 Melissa Goelitz is working on updatin g the PGY1 patient interviewing course.
- PGY3 Leah Schupp is working on expanding our cultural competency curriculum.