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FOUNDATIONS

REQUESTS FOR APPLICATIONS

The Shapiro Institute at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is seeking applications for our three courses, Foundations in Clinical Trials, Foundations in Medical Education and Foundations in Artificial Intelligence & Digital Education. These courses are designed to provide participants with the core knowledge and strategies to initiate a career in their respective fields. The courses are  targeted at residents, fellows, and faculty who are looking to obtain a strong foundational base. 

All applications are due July 1, 2024

Foundations in Medical Education 

The Foundations in Medical Education faculty development course is designed to provide participants with the core knowledge and strategies to initiate a career as a teacher and educator. It is targeted at early career faculty as well as experienced physicians who are looking to take on a more formal role in the education of medical students, residents and/or fellows.

Foundations in Clinical Trials 

This research development course is designed to provide participants with the core knowledge and strategies to initiate a career as an investigator in clinical research with a specific focus on clinical trials.  The course is targeted at residents, fellows, and faculty who are looking to obtain a strong foundational base in the conduction of clinical trials research. 

Foundations in Artificial Intelligence & Digital Education

Medical education has undergone tremendous shifts in the past decade, not only with teaching via social media, blogs, podcasts, and streaming videos but with the development and rollout of new artificial intelligence technologies, including large language models. This faculty development course is designed to provide participants with a working knowledge of digital education and artificial intelligence for medical education and the practical technical skills necessary to succeed as a digital educator in the 21st century. It is targeted at fellows, early career, and senior faculty. No prior knowledge of digital education or AI and no specific tech skills are necessary.

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