Center for Leadership and Innovation in Medical Education (CLIME) News and Updates

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Strengthening the Core Curriculum

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A third year rheumatology fellow at CHOP is studying ways to build a more cohesive and transferrable core curriculum for pediatric residents and fellows at 25 U.S. institutions.

Recruiting a Diverse Workforce

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Three physicians from CHOP are actively researching ways to draw more diverse physician applicants to CHOP to better serve patients.

Promoting Resident Autonomy

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As a third-year general pediatrics fellow, Laura Goldstein, MD, sought to improve resident autonomy in clinical practice.

Evolving Programs in Medical Education

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Research team tracks experience of medical education students at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia with longitudinal, qualitative study.

Learning the ABCs of EKGs

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EKG results

As a resident, Chris Teng, MD, had little formal training using an EKG, or evaluating the results. He and his peers sought to formalize EKG training at CHOP.

Investigating Burnout Among Fellows

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Doctors with patient in exam room

Physician and resident burnout has been extensively studied; but much less is known about the condition among fellows. CHOP researchers investigate.