Skip to main content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

Education and Educational Research: Academic Week 2014

Resources for Clinical Educators

Feed the Educator Edit/Delete Quick Stats

Blog for Clinician Educators - ripe with content for developing, studying, and publishing educational innovations.

MedEdPORTAL Edit/Delete Quick Stats

MedEdPORTAL is a repository for peer-reviewed and non-peer-reviewed educational content. Search for tools to use or guidelines to publish!

Faculty Promotion Information through Tufts University School of Medicine Edit/Delete Quick Stats

This site provides information on clinical faculty promotion criteria and templates.

Developing questionnaires for educational research: AMEE Guide No. 87

This guide helps with the design and development of questionnaires.

In this AMEE Guide, we consider the design and development of self-administered surveys, commonly called questionnaires


Read More: http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/0142159X.2014.889814

 

Articles for Clinical Educators

The Double Helix of Activity and Scholarship: Building a Medical Education Career with Limited Resources Edit/Delete Quick Stats

This informative article outlines the value of our work as educators and strategies for turning it into scholarship. Available through the Baystate Library & Knowledge Services.

Advancing Educators and Education by Defining the Components and Evidence Associated with Educational Scholarship Edit/Delete Quick Stats

Use this article to examine the standards for documenting educational scholarship. A helpful place to start!

Career Development for Academic Medicine: A Nine-Step Strategy Edit/Delete Quick Stats

The value of mentorship cannot be overlooked. This is a short read on some strategies for building your academic career.

Boyer’s Expanded Definitions of Scholarship, the Standards for Assessing Scholarship, and the Elusiveness of the Scholarship of Teaching

MEET OUR 2014 ACADEMIC WEEK PANEL

Carving Your Path as a Clinical Educator with Limited Resources: A Panel Discussion with Clinical Educators for Clinical Educators

Wednesday, June 4, 12-1pm - Chestnut 5 (Refreshments provided)

During Academic Week, you'll have a chance to hear from Baystate educators who continue to forge paths for development and scholarship even despite limited time and funds. Attend this event to hear their advice or share your own!

In the meantime, get to know our panelists and some of their advice for succeeding as a clinician educator...

ALEAH NESTEBY, NP 

"I think the best advice I ever got was 'The time is always right to do what is right.'"

MICHAEL ROSENBLUM, MD

"Best advice that I ever got but did not take was to 'find a niche and become an expert.'   Best advice that I give and take is to 'Always do what is best for the patients, don’t forget that.'”

GLADYS FERNANDEZ, MD 

"Best advice I ever got; given to me: 'Trust yet Confirm.'  Best advice I ever got; given to an audience that I attended: 'You should never be arrogant or self-righteous in titling yourself as anything other than a student, you are always and forever a student if you are to succeed in life; let others who are more qualified than you refer to you by a “title” but you proudly refer to yourself as a student' – Barry Moser, Commencement Speaker at Williston Northampton High School Graduation, May 2014"

REBECCA BLANCHARD, PhD 

"The best advice I ever got was that you create your own opportunites. Also, accept feedback but not rejection."

Subject Guide

baystate health sciences library 759 Chestnut St., Springfield, MA 01199
tel: 413.794.1865 | fax: 413.794.1974 | contact us