Pediatric Academic Societies Educational Scholars Program
Posted by on November 25, 2005
PAS Educational Scholars Program
We are announcing a new opportunity for pediatricians and pediatric educators to develop skills as leaders in educational scholarship. The PAS Educational Scholars Program is designed for members of the Pediatric Academic Societies (APA, APS, SPR or AAP), generalists and specialists, who want to hone their skills as educators.
The curriculum includes didactic sessions at the PAS meetings, participation in and review of workshops, and a mentored project. Scholars are expected to complete the full curriculum, including projects, over a period of 3 years. On completion, the Scholar will be awarded a Certificate of Excellence in Educational Scholarship. All materials related to the program, including curriculum and application, can be accessed though the APA Faculty Development website at: <a href="http://www.ambpeds.org/site/education/education_faculty_dev.htm">http://www.ambpeds.org/site/education/education_faculty_dev.htm</a>. Application deadline is January 16, 2006.
Please forward this e-mail to anyone that you think would be interested.
The APA Faculty Development Program Committee
The Educational Scholars Program is jointly sponsored by the Pediatric Academic Societies. The program is managed by the Ambulatory Pediatric Association’s Faculty Development Program Committee led by C. Baldwin (firstname.lastname@example.org) and L. Chandran (email@example.com). For further information, contact, Connie Mackay at the APA National Office, email: Connie@ambpeds.org, phone: 703-556-9222.
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