Teaching, Leadership, and Administrative Skills

You will achieve knowledge and skills in these areas by participating in our Pedagogy of Teaching series, Interprofessional Leadership in Healthcare program, Community Engagement in Research Series, and in rotations focused on Social Determinants of Health program administration.

  • Future Preventive medicine physicians must not only possess research skills but also be effective teachers, leaders and administrators. The following didactics will help you achieve these skills:
  • Pedagogy of teaching series: You will develop working knowledge of core principles of adult learning theory, curriculum development, evaluation, and learner feedback.
  • Interprofessional Leadership in Healthcare Program: This five-month longitudinal program will equip you with the knowledge and skills to effectively lead interprofessional teams. You will participate in weekly live, online classrooms and engage with self-paced online learning modules featuring interactive exercises, videos, and journals.
  • Community Engagement in Research Series: You will participate in the he BU CTSI Community Engagement Program (CE Program) which includes seminars, workshops, courses and networking with CE and community leaders. The CE Program seeks to: develop new and sustain existing community-academic partnerships; expand community-engaged research capacity for organizations, neighborhoods, and systems and the people who live, work, and play within these contexts to advance health equity; and disseminate best practices for community-engaged research approaches.
  • THRIVE Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) Healthcare Strategy Rotation: You will join the team of hospital leaders working on THRIVE, BMC’s SDOH screener, in bimonthly meetings starting. By the end of the rotation, you will have the knowledge and ability to develop, implement and evaluate programs to address social determinants of health.