The mission of the Medical Education Pathway is to create a learner-centered, multimodal, longitudinal experience for residents that promotes the development of knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary for future careers as clinician-educators and leaders in medical education.  Pathway curriculum activities include a combination of seminar sessions, teaching activities, an educational scholarship project, and mentorship that aim to address the development of resident clinician-educator competencies in the following domains:

  • Clinical teaching
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  • Curriculum development
  • Educational scholarship
  • Administration
  • Leadership

The Medical Education Pathway is open to all categorical, primary care track, and medicine-pediatrics program residents in good standing with the residency program. Categorical and primary care track residents complete the pathway during their second and third years of residency. Medicine-Pediatrics program residents complete the pathway during their third and fourth years of residency.

Curriculum Overview

  • Seminar series: Mixture of didactics, small-group discussion, and other interactive activities. These seminars will focus on best practices in medical education and core clinician-educator competencies.
  • Teaching activities: Residents participate in a variety of teaching opportunities within the medical school, including a mixture of single-session and longitudinal opportunities.
  • Mentorship & educational scholarship: Residents in the pathway will work closely with medical education mentors to develop a personal learning plan for the pathway, develop early career goals, construct an educational portfolio or curriculum vitae, and complete an educational scholarship project.

Faculty Leadership

  • Antonio Pessegueiro, MD - Director
  • Rachel Brook, MD - Associate Director
  • Emily Cantor, MD - Associate Director
  • Jiyeon M. Jeong, MD - Associate Director