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We recognize that systemic racism and inequity pervades education and our institutions from early childhood to higher education and continuing professional development. We fundamentally believe that a diverse and inclusive learning environment is critical but insufficient to ensure we achieve our mission of advancing human health and eliminating the persistent health disparities and inequities that […]
Kerri Palamara, M.D., Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School created, directs and participates in the Professional Development Coaching Program for Internal Medicine residents at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), which was designed to improve resident awareness of their growth and development, reduce burnout, encourage residents to become lifelong learners, and improve their confidence in their […]
Dr. Donna Windish will join us from Yale University for faculty development in education research and scholarship on Thursday, February 27 and Friday, February 28, 2020. Dr. Windish completed her BA at Cornell, MD at the University of Connecticut, and MPH at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. At Yale, Dr. Windish is […]
Teaching support, resources ramp up in advance of curriculum renewal
The Learner Assessment for Program Leaders is a longitudinal faculty development course sponsored by the Academy of Educators.
CIPE announces it’s 2019-2020 professional development opportunities themed “Collaborative Communication”
Please join us for a 1-day workshop with Kari Granger and her team from Granger Network
Please join us for the inaugural WUSM symposium aimed at the professional development of women in academic medicine to provide strategies for career advancement, opportunities for networking and interdepartmental community building. The symposium will be held on Tuesday, November 19, 2019. Please see flyer for more information and to rsvp.