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To develop knowledge and expertise in the essential areas of medical education, including administration of EM residency programs and undergraduate medical education programs as well as educational skills and program design.
The medical education fellowship is a focused year of training in the fundamental elements of resident and undergraduate medical student administration and education.
The three main areas include:
- Residency administration/education
- Undergraduate medical student administration/education
Focus can vary based on interest and can include the following elements:
- Understanding RRC and ACGME guidelines for residency
- Understanding how to use simulation effectively in education
- Learning about evaluation methods for each of the six core competency areas
- Providing effective feedback
- Understanding adult educational theory: learn and practice various methods of education
- Required component: research, design and implement a curriculum advance into a part of a departmental educational program
Completion of an EM residency training program
Maximum of 900 clinical hours per academic year
Board Prepared or Certified in Emergency Medicine
Usually July 1, but mid-year candidates can be considered
How to apply:
Interested candidates should contact the fellowship director for more information and should provide:
- Personal Statement, CV and two letters of recommendation
Linda Regan, MD
Johns Hopkins Emergency Medicine Residency
Dr. Linda Regan is well known in the field of medical education in emergency medicine. She is the residency program director, as well as the director of the medical education fellowship at Johns Hopkins. Dr. Regan serves on the Board of Directors of the Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors (CORD) as well as on the Program Committees for both CORD and SAEM. She is the recipient of many teaching awards, including the prestigious ACEP National Teaching Award. Her main interests are in developing individualized educational plans for learners, teaching educational techniques to learners as well as issues related to communication and professionalism skills.