The Harvard Macy Institute brings together health care professionals, educators, and leaders to discuss critical challenges and to design innovative solutions that have a lasting impact on the way medicine is practiced and how students are educated. Co-sponsored by the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai’s Institute for Medical Education (IME), The Program for Post-Graduate Trainees: Future Academic Clinician-Educators is offered annually in Boston, MA.
“It was a privilege to engage with so many bright, like-minded physicians. The program was an invaluable experience that helped me both sharpen my project and shape the image of the future academician I hope to become.”—Randy Sorge, MD, PY-3, Icahn School of Medicine
Upon completion of this course, all participants will:
- Discuss and apply theories of learning to their own teaching practice
- Adapt their teaching practices to further develop focused learning objectives
- Use feedback to improve their teaching and learning aptitude
- Reflect on their own and others’ work in medical education
- Use a scholarly approach to educational project development
- Broaden their medical education network of clinician-educators
Applications and Responses
The Harvard Macy Institute Program for Post-Graduate Trainees: Future Academic Clinician-Educators is held in December at The MGH Institute of Healthcare Professions. Completed applications are due in late June and acceptance into the program is announced in early July. Tuition for the three-day course is $1,800 per accepted trainee participant. All interested candidates are encouraged to apply.
The 2017 program will run from December 9 - 11. The application process for 2017 has closed.