Center for Learning and
Innovation in Medical Education
Fostering Innovation, Scholarship & Collaboration for the Advancement of Medical Education
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Resources used in the Clinical Teaching Certificate Workshops
2023 Call for Small...
Distilled summaries of complex topics
CLIME Small Grant Awards
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Does CLIME have a Teaching Scholars Program?
The CLIME Teaching Scholars Program (TSP) at the University of Washington School of Medicine is a 10 month professional development program for educators in the health professions who have a passion for teaching and a desire to become academic leaders.
Does CLIME have a Clinical Teaching Certificate Program?
Our CLIME Clinical Certificate Program helps teachers maximize learning in the clinical environment. Faculty who teach students, residents, or fellows alongside providing clinical care will benefit.
Does CLIME hold conversation cafes?
Our CLIME conversation cafes offer a space for UW affliated faculty, staff, and trainees to discuss complex topics.
Does CLIME have recorded teaching sessions?
Our educator development recordings are located under Teaching Resources.
Does CLIME have a podcast?
You can find CLIMEcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts. You can also listen on the Podcast webpage.
Does CLIME offer grants?
The CLIME competitive small grant awards program supports innovative medical education research and curricular projects, locally and across the WWAMI region. $20,000 is distributed annually to support projects at the University of Washington School of Medicine.