23 Feb 2013
AM•EI Pioneer Fellows embark on teaching excellence journey
The Pioneer Fellows Program, a 12-month structured training program for clinician educators kicked off on 23 February 2013 with an Orientation session.
With an aim to foster inter-professional learning and strengthen the teaching competencies of healthcare educators, the Pioneer Fellows Program brings together the like-minded in medical education; doctors, nurses and allied health colleagues to build a community of best practices ttfor educators.
The Pioneer Fellows Program aims to enhance the educators’ competencies based on these five domains:
- Design and Planning of Learning Activities
- Teaching and Supporting Learners
- Assessment and Feedback to Learners
- Educational Research and Evidence-based Practice of Medical Education
- Educational Management and Leadership
Launched by the Academic Medicine Education Institute (AM•EI) the Pioneer Fellows Program is designed to facilitate the development of educators to develop their own areas of interest in education through a structured faculty development curriculum , deliver courses and train others to be future faculty in the EI. The Program sets the bar for clinician educators’ progressive development with their competencies assessed along the Academy of Medical Education (AoME UK) professional standards.
The AM•EI aims to enhance the teaching skills of health professions educators through inter-professions learning and innovative faculty development programs for improved patient care. For membership, please click here.