Through its programs, the Foundation strives to foster innovation in health professional education and to align the education of health professionals with contemporary health needs and a changing health care system.
New Models for Clinical Education
The management of chronic diseases over time, primarily in outpatient or community-based settings, is the predominant work of health care professionals today, but clinical education is still largely focused on episodic care and is predominately hospital-based. We need new sites and longitudinal models for clinical education and training.
- Developments, Not Dust: Progress on the 2017 Report, Registered Nurses: Partners in Transforming Primary Care?
- Web Conference Recording: Improving Environments for Learning in the Health Professions
- Building Care Teams in Pediatrics
- A Holistic Approach to Patient Care: Social Work
- New Academic Medicine Papers on Competency-based, Time-variable Education
- New and Developing Medical Schools: Motivating Factors, Major Challenges, Planning Strategies Part 3
- Achieving Competency-Based, Time-Variable Health Professions Education
- Innovations in Graduate Medical Education: Aligning Residency Training with Changing Societal Needs
- 2015 Annual Meeting of the Macy Faculty Scholars
- 2011 Annual Report: Creating an Accountable Graduate Medical Education Program