ChangeMedEd, an initiative of the American Medical Association (AMA), works with visionary collaborators across the medical education continuum to create bold, transformative innovations and resources to help produce a physician workforce that meets the current and future needs of patients and communities.
Launched in 2013, the American Medical Association’s groundbreaking ChangeMedEd initiative works to transform medical education across the continuum. This involves collaborating with undergraduate and graduate medical education institutions to create a system that better trains physicians to meet the needs of patients today and in the future. The AMA ChangeMedEd Consortium of leading medical schools and residency programs from across the country has inspired the development and dissemination of innovative ideas and resources for educators and learners.
The ChangeMedEd grant teams have made vast contributions to the future of medicine. Educational content and resources developed as part of the initiative span health systems science, academic coaching, the master adaptive learner and more.
Activities available on the AMA Ed Hub are designed to help train future physicians and include the AMA Health Systems Science Learning Series, the Academic Coaching in MedEd video series for both coaches and coachees, and recordings from the bimonthly Innovations in Medical Education webinar series, which has covered topics ranging from the residency application and match process to well-being and diversity in medical education.
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Identify the competencies, skills, and approaches of successful academic coaches alongside examples of what not to do.
Demonstrate how meeting preparation and meeting management are important skills to master. You will also learn about effective communication with your coach and the values that establish a meaningful coaching relationship.
Provide medical students with a clear understanding of how health care is delivered, how health care professionals work together to deliver that care, and how the health system can improve patient care and health care delivery.
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