Fellows pursuing advanced training as clinician educators have the opportunity to develop skills in medical education through participating in coursework such as the BIDMC Fellows Clinician Educator Track or the Harvard Macy Educators program (by application). Fellows develop an educational project with mentorship, and hone their teaching and curriculum development skills. Recent projects include curriculum development and assessment for the Harvard Medical School Aging and End of Life Theme, as well as peer-to-peer and interprofessional teaching and learning opportunities.
- Medical Education Curriculum including monthly seminar series (first year).
- BIDMC Fellows Clinician Educator Track or the Harvard Macy Educators Program (by application).
- Faculty Development Programs through HMS Academy, Harvard Catalyst, BIDMC Shapiro Education Academy, BWH Education Institute, VA Boston Academy and New England GRECC (Geriatrics Research Education Clinical Center) and the HMS Arts and Humanities Initiative.
Teaching and Curriculum Development Opportunities:
- Harvard Medical School longitudinal Aging and End of Life curriculum.
- Peer to Peer Geriatrics Education for surgical and other subspecialities (Streiter at al, JAGS 2019)
- Medical student, resident and interprofessional teaching opportunities (Schwartz et al, JAGS 2020)
- Opportunities for educational leadership roles including planning fellowship didactics.
Fellows in the clinician educator track benefit from strong multicampus mentorship, rich opportunities for training and skill development, and many opportunities for teaching, educational leadership, and curriculum development.