What is a clinician-educator? How has medicine shaped the evolution of the clinician-educator?
Emeritus faculty Larrie Greenberg describes this change in medical education from his unique perspective as an active participant in this history. In a recent article in Academic Medicine, Dr. Greenberg describes three processes which were instrumental in this process: faculty development, educational scholarship, and communities of learning.
Greenberg, L. (2018). The Evolution of the Clinician–Educator in the United States and Canada: Personal Reflections Over the Last 45 Years. Academic Medicine, 93(12), 1764-1766.
To find more articles by Dr. Greenberg and other GW faculty who engage health sciences education research, check out this bibliography which includes publications by GW faculty in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Milken Institute School of Public Health, and the School of Nursing.