Teaching Physician Pathway (WUTPP)

The Teaching Physician Pathway is a 2.5 year program integrated into the existing structure of the residency, which provides interested residents with the knowledge, skills, experience and mentorship to be prepared to enter the field as competent and inspired clinician-educators. Key areas for resident development include clinical teaching in a variety of settings; curriculum development and assessment; educational scholarship and leadership.

 

Applications are due December 11, 2017. Please click here to download the application. For questions or to submit your application, contact Kirsten Jones at k.jones@wustl.edu.

Sample Pathway Timeline

PGY-1 Fall

  • Apply for TPP

 

PGY-1 Spring

  • Orientation (one hour, evening session)
  • Identify mentor and project topic

 

 

PGY-2 Fall (2 Weeks)

  • Core Curriculum:
    • Learning theory
    • Curriculum design
    • Leadership skills
  • Apply for Mentors in Medicine
  • Project development with mentor

 

PGY-2 Spring (4 Weeks)

  • Active teaching role and curriculum design in undergraduate or graduate medical education courses, lectures and small group teaching sessions

PGY-3 Fall (2 Weeks)

  • Peer-to-peer presentations and project development

 

PGY-3 Spring

  • Project Completion
  • Presentation/evaluation of project
  • National conference attendance/presentation

Washington University School of Medicine

Division of Medical Education

Campus Box 8121

660 S. Euclid Ave., St. Louis, MO 63110

p: (314) 362-8065    f: (314) 747-1080

wuintmed@dom.wustl.edu