Continuing Education Opportunities
The Academy at Harvard Medical Schoolhttp://www.hms.harvard.edu/academy/
The Academy is established to advance the education of physicians and scientists throughout the Harvard Medical School community. In addition to sustaining and building upon the work of the Center for Teaching and Learning, the professional development arm of The Academy, they work closely with the Graduate programs, the Program in Medical Education at HMS, and with the evolving educational centers at many of our hospitals.
Harvard Catalyst Advanced Curriculum Compendiumhttp://catalyst.harvard.edu/services/acc/
Over the past several years, the landscape of clinical investigation has undergone dramatic changes. New tools have transformed the magnitude and scope of clinical investigation and changes in regulatory practices have altered how we conduct these studies. To prepare clinical investigators for the challenges that lie ahead, the Harvard Catalyst Advanced Curriculum Compendium (ACC) has been developed to provide clinical investigators with opportunities for continuing education in clinical investigation beyond the introductory level.
Harvard's Center for Workplace Developmenthttp://employment.harvard.edu/benefits/learndevelop/professional.shtml
The Center offers comprehensive career consulting services to faculty. It's programs have become a valuable benefit that affirms management commitment to support and encourage individual career growth and professional development.
Harvard Macy Institutehttp://www.harvardmacy.org/
Since its inception in 1994, the Harvard Macy Institute has trained over 2,000 health care educators worldwide, through three highly regarded continuing education programs offered annually. The major objective of these programs is to help participants -- whether they chair departments, serve as academic deans, direct training programs, or create curricula -- develop the strategies and skills required to lead organizational change and drive innovation. The faculty who have participated in the Institute's programs have developed into an international alumni community committed to a lively ongoing dialogue on health care education reform and innovation.
Partners Education for Researchers
Partners HealthCare Graduate Medical Educationhttp://www.partners.org/graduate-medical-education/
Graduate medical education at Partners HealthCare benefits from an outstanding faculty and staff, a diverse group of patients from local communities and around the world, and state-of-the-art facilities and technology to train expert clinicians, physician scientists, and leaders in all areas of medicine. Our integrated network of world-class academic medical centers, community hospitals, psychiatric and rehabilitation hospitals, health centers, and primary care practices provide a rare and rich combination of educational resources.
Partners Office of Continuing Professional Development (CPD)https://www.phscpd.org/
The Partners CPD Office supports educational programming such as live symposia that are aligned with their mission statement. The office also functions as a change agent fostering new models of education that align with the rapidly evolving dynamics of health care reform, new pedagogical methods, advances in information technology, and the principles of implementation and dissemination science. Within the Partners Healthcare System the PHS CPD Office works to improve care by collaborating with our Quality Review Boards, Health Care Redesign Teams, and Primary Care Council to coordinate our respective efforts. We leverage a wide array of clinical gap assessment techniques, education intervention formats, and evaluation metrics to optimize provider behavioral changes and improve patient care. PHS CPD provides Partners physicians and their teams with learning options closely linked to their day-to-day clinical responsibilities. The PHS CPD Office supports educational interventions for health care providers throughout the United States and around the globe, utilizing primary source subject matter experts from our many Harvard Medical School Affiliated Hospitals, other top tier academic medical centers, and experienced clinicians and researchers working in a range of community based, long-term care, and rehabilitative settings.
Massachusetts General Hospital