Welcome to the Summer of 2021 KeyLIME “re run” series! Over the summer months, some of the top KeyLIME episodes will be revisited. Give some old favorites a listen or discover some episodes from our archive you may not have heard yet!
This week, in summer re run #4, the KeyLIME team shares Episode 150, in which the co-hosts discuss a recommendation from the Edinburgh Declaration, which relates to actions essential to the recruitment, development and retention of educators in the health professions and review the work of the authors, which goes over the progress made in developing these key components for training educators and rewarding teaching excellence, explore reasons for the limited reform, and identify possible directions for the future.
Article under review: Irby, DM and P O’Sullivan. Developing and Rewarding Teachers as Educators and Scholars: Progress and Challenges. Medical Education. 2018 Jan;52(1):58-67.
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