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Continuum Integration Project

In 2016 the GEA Steering Committee committed to improving integration of innovations across the continuum of medical education and to facilitating communication across the GEA regions. The goal of this work is to Establish a culture of engagement across the continuum on all GEA and AAMC medical education initiatives with a focus on transition points. Over the past several months I have meet with countless stakeholders and listened to their successes and frustrations with integrating innovations across the continuum, which led to the development of a three-year plan to move us toward measurable impact on the continuum of medical education. You can view the roadmap here .

In June 2017, we head a daylong design session with leadership from across the GEA. During the session [insert number of participants] participants working in 12 design teams prototyped strategies to address our goal that ranged from restructuring the GEA governance to a strategy for generating and vetting ground-up educational priorities for the GEA. We are currently reviewing these prototypes for strategies we can test in the months ahead.

In the meantime, we are moving forward with some strategies to improve communication and collaboration such as this new GEA Activity Report. Additional strategies we are implementing include:

-A single platform for hosting all reginal meeting agendas to facilitate sharing across regional participants
-Joint GEA section meeting at the annual Learn, Serve, Lead meeting in Boston
-All GEA reception at Learn, Serve, Lead
-Development of case studies on successful continuum integration projects
-A throughout mapping of stakeholders and a Strengths, Problems, Opportunities and Threats (SPOT) analysis for the Continuum Integration project. 

I am always seeking input on our goals and would love to hear from members about how we can continue to address the barriers to successful integration.

Kevin H Souza,
GEA Chair of Continuum Integration
(kevin.souza@ucsf.edu)