|Education Day 2016
Nicole Borges, PhD, Assistant Dean, Medical Education Research and Scholarship,
Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Mississippi School of Medicine
Tulane login required for all materials
Workshop: Developing Research Questions and Designing Studies
Resources: Checklist of Review Material from Academic Medicine; Survey Development Guidance for Medical Education Researchers (Academic Medicine Last Page); Worksheet for Keynote; Annotated Bibliography of Journals for Educational Scholarship
2016 Winter: Research in Health Sciences Education Webinars
The website above will guide you through the process of submitting a research proposal. It provides up-to-date information about processes and the tools available to guide you through them.
"The primary goal of the Tulane University Human Research Protection Office is to balance the protection of human subjects while promoting and facilitating the research enterprise, and to maintain an open and cooperative relationship with the research community. Before beginning research at Tulane University, all research personnel must complete the CITI Training Program; this can be completed at www.citiprogram.org." You can find the CITI Training Guidance Document here.
Institutional Review Board (IRB) submissions: All Tulane IRB submissions are made through IRBNet, an electronic submission and study management system. Click here to begin the process. An IRB Users Guide and Training Video can be found on the Human Research Protection Program website.
|"Supporting Medical Education Research Quality: The Association of American Medical Colleges' Medical Education Research Certificate Program" LD Gruppen, E Yoder, A Frye. Acad Med 2011;86:122-126.
"Needles and Haystacks: Finding Funding for Medical Education Research." LD Gruppen, SJ Durning. Acad Med. 2016;91:480-484.
Other Resources at Tulane
Education Day Poster Presentations
Education Day is held each year in the spring. During the event, the Teaching Scholar Award is presented to one outstanding educator/scholar chosen by the Society of Teaching Scholars. A nationally-know speaker presents a workshop on a topic relevant to medical education.
To join the Medical Education Faculty Development Cohort, contact the Instructional Specialist in the Office of Medical Education here. Throughout the year, professional development opportunities will be provided, as well as a forum for discussion.