Welcome To

CLIME

Center for Leadership and
Innovation in Medical Education

RESOURCES

Fostering Innovation, Scholarship & Collaboration for the Advancement of Medical Education

TEACHING RESOURCES

CLIME  is pleased to provide an accessible platform to help faculty develop their teaching skills. The learning modules will be continually updated and modified as the education programs for medical students and residents evolve.

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PODCASTS

Two podcasts series, CLIMEcasts and The Praxis that are bringing a conversational approach to many different topics relevant to health professions educators. 

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NEWS & EVENTS

CLIME is promoting opportunities to interact and create forums with local and internationally renowned experts around innovative, emerging, trends in medical education while continuing to foster education

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SCHOLARSHIPS

CLIME is furthering educational scholarship and building faculty capacity in educational scholarship through collaboration, consultation, funding, and education.

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BECOME A MEMBER

Team up with your peers to become a part in the advancement of Medical Education. 
CLIME is free to join.

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MEMBER NETWORKING

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EMAIL REMINDERS FOR CLIME EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITES IN MEDICAL EDUCATION

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 FACULTY LEARNING COMMUNITIES

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ONGOING REFERRAL & CONNECTIONS

NEWS & EVENTS

Check out some of our latest news and events going on here at CLIME.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is the small grant awards program?

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 each year to support projects at the University of Washington. Submissions open in January – Deadline is Late March. 

Where can I find the podcasts?

You can find both podcasts series on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts. You can also listen on the Podcast webpage. 

How do I apply for MERC?

The application process opens in November after the current cohort ends. MERC consists of six workshops over 18 months.

2021-2022 cohort is now accepting applications. Apply here and send your CV to clime@uw.edu

What is a Work in Progress Session?

Monthly sessions in which faculty from across departments present their educational research at any stage of development to other colleagues in a friendly, safe environment. Email clime@uw.edu if you would like to present at a WIP session.

Where are the Faculty Development Workshop Recordings Located?

The faculty development recordings will be located under Teaching Resources. Depending on the topic they will either be in Classroom or Clinical. You can also search for the topic to find a specific recording.

What website do you recommend for more faculty development resources?

CLIME is now under UWSOM Faculty Affairs. For more resources and events check out their website https://faculty.uwmedicine.org/