Welcome to the tenth episode of AEM Education and Training, a podcast collaboration between the Academic Emergency Medicine E&T Journal and Brown Emergency Medicine. Each quarter, we'll give you digital open access to AEM E&T Articles or Articles in Press, with an author interview podcast and links to curated supportive educational materials for EM learners and medical educators.
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Educational Download: Turning Your Educational Work Into Scholarship. Sally A. Santen MD, PhD ; William Peterson MD; Margaret Wolff MD, MHPE.
LISTEN NOW: INTERVIEW WITH FIRST AUTHOR SALLY SANTEN, MD PHD
Sally Santen, MD, PhD
Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
Senior Associate Dean of Evaluation, Assessment and Scholarship
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Education research and scholarship are essential for promotion of faculty as well as dissemination of new educational practices. Educational faculty frequently spend the majority of their time on administrative and educational commitments and, as a result, educators often fall behind on scholarship and research. This quick educational download focuses on five tips to increase and improve your scholarship.
Dr. Merritt and Dr. Santen engage in a conversation about how to best achieve these points in their conversation. Hear valuable advice on how to ask the right questions in developing your research, how best to work in teams to help promote educational work, how to manage work flow to ensure completion, and other valuable tips.