The ICE blog promotes discussion among Clinician Educators from around the world, archiving a variety of education resources. We welcome anyone with an interest in health professions education.
The ICE blog is coordinated by Dr. Eric Warm, an Internal Medicine physician from the University of Cincinnati and supported by a team of editors. The ICE blog features posts specific to Clinician Educators and is a place for CEs to read and share stories of trials, tribulations, successes and innovations from their daily lives.*
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