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The Teaching Commons website, hosted by Stanford’s Center for Teaching and Learning, provides many resources on teaching and learning. You can find information on teaching events and workshops, teaching grants and awards, and support for your grad students, as well as research and ready-to-use tips in the Resources section. Its Teaching Talk blog features news and posts on teaching advances at Stanford. Join the conversation.

Lane Library's Medical Education portal features links to relevant e-journals, e-books, websites, and videos. Stanford-specific links, such as to the Stanford Faculty Development Center and Continuing Medical Education are also included. As medical education is a multi-diciplinary field, the portal also includes links to resources from across the Stanford campus including links to the Graduate School of Education's resources.

The Stanford Center for Medical Education Research and Innovation (SCeMERI), under the leadership of Dr. Clarence Braddock (Professor of Medicine, Associate Dean of Undergraduate and Graduate Medical Education), was launched and fully staffed in fall 2012.  The establishment of the center is part of a broader medical education reform effort by the medical school, addressing concerns such as excessive amount of time to complete medical training and needed improvements in physicians’ bedside skills.  The center was designed to foster, support, and conduct innovations in scholarship and innovation in the field of medical education.

For more information about medical education research at Stanford University School of Medicine, please visit the (SCeMERI) website.

Last modified 09.16.2013

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