2010
DOI: 10.1097/acm.0b013e3181da760a
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The Osler Fellowship: An Apprenticeship for Medical Educators

Abstract: Participating in the Osler Fellowship, an example of situated and work-based learning, resulted in a sense of connection with students, medical education, core professional values, and colleagues. As medical educators continue to develop longitudinal mentoring programs, the authors hope that these findings will offer insights on faculty development, recruitment, and renewal.

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“…Initiatives have recently been taken in this direction, like the introduction of a teaching portfolio for tenure and promotion, teaching fellowships (Engbers et al 2015; Lown et al 2009; Steinert et al 2010), grants for educational innovation, and educational research (Adler et al 2015). It would be interesting to investigate whether these initiatives change the collective stories about teaching and thus make better and more suitable identity narratives available.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Initiatives have recently been taken in this direction, like the introduction of a teaching portfolio for tenure and promotion, teaching fellowships (Engbers et al 2015; Lown et al 2009; Steinert et al 2010), grants for educational innovation, and educational research (Adler et al 2015). It would be interesting to investigate whether these initiatives change the collective stories about teaching and thus make better and more suitable identity narratives available.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…We conducted a qualitative study of the flagship course within the Physicianship Program-Physician Apprenticeship (PA). The findings of a research study of faculty perceptions of PA have recently been reported (Steinert et al 2010). Yet another research project, a case study of four PA groups, is underway to clarify the impact of the PA program on students.…”
Section: Lessons Learnedmentioning
confidence: 94%
“…For example, in seeking clarification of the effect on our teachers' participation in the apprenticeship, we were surprised to witness the intensity of personal transformation that occurs (Boudreau et al 2011). The program immerses both faculty (Steinert et al 2010) and students in an intense socialization process. This realization has prompted us to be more receptive to the unexpected, and more attuned to the complex dynamics between faculty and students.…”
Section: Lessons Learnedmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In our context, a four-year longitudinal mentorship course entitled ''Physician Apprenticeship'' has the primary responsibility of facilitating medical students' transition from layperson to physician (Steinert et al 2010). The Physician Apprenticeship groups consist of six students, one clinical teacher/mentor (called an ''Osler Fellow'') and, occasionally, one or two senior medical students.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%