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Professional Development Opportunities

Regional Meetings

Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Certificate Program

The LEAD Certificate Program is an intensive, one-year leadership development program that provides the knowledge, skills, values, and practical experience educational professionals in academic medicine need to be successful leaders.
Learn more about LEAD

Medical Education Research Certificate Program (MERC)

MERC is designed to provide the knowledge necessary to understand the purposes and processes of medical education research, to become informed consumers of medical education research literature and effective collaborators in medical education research.
Learn more about MERC

Facilitator and Discussant Resources

Facilitators and Discussants play a very important role in Medical Education sessions at Learn Serve Lead, as well as the regional GEA meetings in the spring. Facilitators play an integral role in the sessions by keeping the speakers on time and the audience engaged in the material. Discussants provide another layer of analysis and help to put the research presented in the session in perspective within the medical education framework.

To support these objectives, we have created resources to help facilitators and discussants prepare for their roles:

Facilitator and Discussant webinar slides  

Facilitator Guide 

Discussant Guide 


GEA National Grant Award

Purpose
In its strong encouragement and support of research in medical education, the GEA seeks to fund research projects that address important problems or questions in medical education. Proposals that foster collaboration are strongly encouraged. This includes collaborations among GEA sections (UME, GME, CPD/CME), across GEA regions (CGEA, NEGEA, SGEA, WGEA) and/or proposals that engage multiple schools, professions or departments. High-quality research proposals on the following topics are strongly encouraged, but proposals related to other areas of research are also welcome:

  • Professional identity formation
  • Learning wellbeing or mistreatment
  • The learning environment
  • Faculty development
  • Training across the continuum of education
  • Inter-professional education
  • Competency-based education, EPAs, or milestones
  • Self-directed/self-regulated learning

Application and Submission Process
The application process will involve two steps—pre-proposal and full proposal. A limited number of pre-proposals will be invited for full proposal submission.

  • Pre-proposals due February 22, 2019
  • Pre-proposal decisions anticipated by April 3, 2019
  • Full proposals due May 3, 2019
  • Full proposal decisions anticipated June 5, 2019

Grant Proposal Guidelines 

Grant Proposal Template