CLIME Mentorship

CLIME leaders provide mentorship via individual consultation and structured work-in-progress sessions to all members, who seek consultations on their scholarship. CLIME leaders mentor in the areas of research design, data collection, instrument development and validation, analysis, and manuscript and grant proposal writing.

Here are some scholarly accomplishments by selected CLIME members that are the outcomes of CLIME leaders mentoring (bold type signifies CLIME member):

Heather Evans, Dylan O’Shea, Amy Morris, Kari Keys, Andy Wright, Doug Schaad, Jonathan Ilgen

“A Comparison of Google Glass and Traditional Vantage Points For Bedside Procedural Skill Assessment.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Surgical Education, April 25, 2015.  Manuscript submitted to the American Journal of Surgery.

Caroline Hurd

“Communication Curriculum For Crucial Conversations Using Just-In-Time Multi-Media Tools”. AAHPM (American Academy Of Hospice And Palliative Medicine, Feb 25-28, 2015.

Jonathan Ilgen, Kevin Eva, Glenn Regehr

“What’s in a name?  Are diagnostic labels the start or the end of clinical reasoning? “ Project supported by CLIME grant. Submitted to JAMA.

Joshua Jauregui, Lynne Robins

“The Faculty Reentry Project: Understanding the factors that effect sustainable faculty success after participating in a longitudinal faculty development program.”  Presented at the AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges) Western Group on Educational Affairs, April, 2015.

Joshua Jauregui, Patricia O’Sullivan, Summers Kalishman, Larry Gruppen, Lynne Robins

“Understanding the factors that effect sustainable faculty success after participating in a longitudinal faculty development program.”  2014 National GEA grant recipient. 

Amanda Kost, Heidi Combs, Sherilyn Smith, Eileen Klein, Patricia Kritek, Lynne Robins

“Faculty Perceptions of Receiving Feedback from Third Year Clerkship Students.” Presented at the AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges) Western Group on Educational Affairs, April, 2015. The abstract of this work has been selected for publication in the journal, Teaching and Learning in Medicine, in its inaugural Conversation Starters series.

Jennifer Pitonyak

“Examining pedagogy in a clinical conditions course: Strengthening curricular alignment and interprofessional education.” Poster presentation, February, 2015, Lilly International Teaching & Learning Annual Conference, Newport Beach, CA.

David Rainey, Laura Newman, Sara Kim

“Let's Simulate! Perspective Taking and Emotion Handling Skill Building for Interprofessional Students.”  Presented at the annual meeting of the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), November, 2014

Renata Urban, Ron E Swensen, Melissa Schiff

“From Classroom To Clinic: Effect Of An Educational Curriculum On Resident In-Training Examination Scores.”  Accepted to Journal of Reproductive Medicine.