Fifteen medical schools and institutions are getting grant funding from the AMA to advance innovative ideas that will transform education in areas such as curriculum, faculty development, coaching, systems approaches to learning, and competency-based medical education.
The grants were announced during the AMA Accelerating Change in Medical Education Consortium’s ChangeMedEd 2019 conference and total $370,000. The funding will help medical educators advance medical education changes that are feasible, scientifically rigorous, creative and adaptable to other institutions.
My latest for the AMA. The whole shebang.