Rabkin Fellowship in Medical Education Request for Applications
RABKIN FELLOWSHIP IN MEDICAL EDUCATION
REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS
FELLOWSHIP PERIOD: JULY 1, 2023 – JUNE 30, 2024
The Shapiro Institute for Education and Research at Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is pleased to announce a Request for Applications for a one-year Rabkin Fellowship in Medical Education for academic year 2023-2024.
HMS faculty who are able to secure 20% protected time during AY2023-2024
*Faculty who have previously completed a medical education fellowship or master’s degree of similar nature need to provide a substantive rationale for why they seek this additional training.
Goals of the Fellowship
Established in 1998 in honor of Mitchell Rabkin, MD, CEO emeritus of Beth Israel Hospital, the Fellowship provides individuals with an opportunity to develop the expertise and skills needed to launch or advance academic careers in medical education and educational leadership. The fellowship encompasses the breadth of medical education, from foundational theory to practical application to skills critical to career advancement (mentoring, publishing, change management).
The Rabkin Fellowship is directed by Celeste Royce, MD and Anita Vanka, MD. Rabkin alumni and invited experts in medical education, including Dr. Charles Hatem, founding director of the Rabkin Fellowship, facilitate selected seminar sessions and provide support to the fellows.
In this Fellowship, participants will:
Enhance their skills as medical educators
Conduct education research or undertake an educational project in an important area of medical education, including UME, GME, and CME/faculty development
Learn the principles of effective academic leadership and develop the skills needed to create educational change
Become members of a community of educators dedicated to excellence in teaching across the continuum of medical education.
For more information on how to apply click HERE