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SoME Podcast #3: A conversation on Medical Education professional development programs and qualitative research with Lynne Robins

In this episode of the Section on Medical Education (SOME) podcast, James Town interviews Lynne Robins, PhD about her experience running the professional development program for medical educators at the University of Washington and the value of similar programs around the United States.  She also discusses where qualitative research methods fit into medical education research.

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A few recommendations on Medical Education Journals (courtesy of Lynne Robins, PhD)

References

The 2012 National DMEFP Conference Team, which consists of the following authors, Charlene M. Dewey, Teri L. Turner, Linda Perkowski, Jean Bailey, Larry D. Gruppen, Janet Riddle, Geeta Singhal, Patricia Mullan, Ann Poznanski, Tyson Pillow, Lynne S. Robins, Steven C. Rougas, Leora Horn, Marine V. Ghulyan & Deborah Simpson (2016) Twelve tips for developing, implementing, and sustaining medical education fellowship programs: Building on new trends and solid foundations, Medical Teacher, 38:2, 141-149, DOI:10.3109/0142159X.2015.1056518

O'Brien BC, Harris IB, Beckman TJ, Reed DA, Cook DA. Standards for reporting qualitative research: a synthesis of recommendations. Academic Medicine. 2014 Sep; 89 (9):1245-51.

Music

"Pizzicato (piano arrangement)", performed by Markus Staub, composer: Clement Philibert Leo Delibes. Downloaded from Musopen.org under the Creative Commons license.

Last Reviewed: September 2016