(The ICE blog is growing! We’ve reno-ed our offices, purchased some bunk beds, and car pooled to work in order to add two new editors. This post is from a new editor Mike Gisondi. You […]
By Daniel Cabrera (@CabreraERDR) The life cycle of a Clinician Educator (CE) is not much different from typical professionals in industrialized countries; however, there is a significant upfront investment in our careers (undergrad, med school, residency, […]
By Jonathan Sherbino (@sherbino) How do you explain your role as a CE to colleagues, academic chairs or senior administration? Within the existing medical education literature, there is significant variation among definitions. When I compare promotion criteria […]
It has been a busy week for the ICENet blog! It’s the season of grant applications, conference administration, research design… and if you live in the northern hemisphere, snow shoveling. This Friday, I’ve opted for a lighter approach to get you through to the weekend. This is important data that probably explains parts of your CE life.
As a Clinician Educator (CE), you are a highly specialized professional with unique skills and expertise – a clinician who translates education theory…but do your colleagues fully understand what you bring to the table and […]