By Michael Gisondi (@MikeGisondi) In 1850, Nathanial Hawthorne published, The Scarlet Letter: A Romance, which tells the story of Hester Prynne and her sentencing in a 16th century Puritan trial. Required to wear a red letter […]
Category: Educational Leadership
Nostalgialitis Imperfecta Profunda
In today’s ICE Blog post,Ben Kinnear (@Midwest_MedPeds) interviews Eric Holmboe (@boedudley) about a term he coined that many of us can relate to. Dr. Holmboe, thank you for your time. Over the last few years, […]
So you think you’re a Clinician Educator?
By Brent Thoma (@Brent_Thoma) The term ‘Clinician Educator’ (CE) is used broadly. It is occasionally claimed by clinicians whose focus is leading educational programs and is a recognized promotion track at many institutions. Both Varpio […]
Leadership in Medical Education: Why Make the Jump to Program Director?
By Michael Gisondi (@MikeGisondi) A graduate of the residency program that I formerly directed sent me a question a few years back. This individual – let’s call her, ‘Wonder Woman’ – was considering becoming a program […]
Leadership in Medical Education: Learning to be a Better Leader
By Michael Gisondi (@MikeGisondi) I recently completed the Stanford Medicine Leadership Academy (SMLA), an 18-month, intensive, leadership training program for medical school faculty members. This post shares my reflections as a ‘mid-career student’ after participating in […]