Available now to read online is the November issue of the journal. Read the entire November issue online at academicmedicine.org or on your iPad using the Academic Medicine for iPad app. This issue includes the Research in Medical Education (RIME) collection as well as the responses to the 2014 Question of the Year. Other highlights include:
Workforce, Learners, Competencies and the Learning Environment: Research in Medical Education 2014 and the Way Forward
West and colleagues identify and discuss the themes represented in the 2014 RIME articles. They synthesize key take-home points from this year’s selected articles.
Reframing Medical Education to Support Professional Identity Formation
Cruess and colleagues argue expanding educators’ knowledge of identity formation and socialization—interaction, role models, experiential learning, knowledge acquisition—to clarify educational activities will enable a principal goal of developing professional identity.
The Women in Medicine and Health Science Program: An Innovative Initiative to Support Female Faculty at the University of California Davis School of Medicine
Bauman and colleagues describe the Women in Medicine and Health Science program established in 2000 to ensure the full participation and success of women in all roles within academic medicine.