Clinician Resources 1-01

Our 2016 Clinician Educator Community of Practice event is almost here! This Thursday we will host two panel discussions for your participation:

  1. What will the health care team of 2020 look like?
  2. What will practice-ready mean in 2020?

Our intent is to maximize discussion time and minimize didactic presentation time.

The following are links for people wishing for more in depth information of some of the items that have framed our design journey. For the twiterrati, you can follow the discussion before, during, and after the event at #mededCoP schedule of evening’s events copy of intro slide set overview of 2014’s event with video archives of all presentations and discussions. has short intro video. Link to rural track grant

Don Berwick’s keynote at 2015 IHI His JAMA article on this

Eric Holmboe and Paul Bataldan’s article on co-creation in #meded. Another take on co-creation and this article

IOM report on graduate medical education  Rand corporation report on GME

Workforce data from AAMC and IHS Minnesota data

David Asch’s article on GME and Quality, Candice Chen’s article on GME and stewardship Kaiser’s view on GME gaps in practice ready competencies for new grads

Articles on IPE and CP Health systems science and medical schools

A series on growth mindset in health professions education and the development of trust, advice, and communication networks

Publications on #meded from Macy Foundation


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