The Medical Student Educators Development Institute (MSEDI) is a year-long comprehensive learning experience that will give you the skills needed to advance your career in medical student education. You will forge enduring relationships with other participants, as well as the Institute faculty, who will support and guide you throughout your professional career. You can expect to learn these skills and more:
The Institute includes two 1-day sessions:
There are deadlines throughout the year for project completion, submission, and advisor communication.
“MSEDI is the best way to advance your career in medical student education….teaching knowledge and skills, networking with colleagues, and supporting your completion of a scholarly project….all packaged to link with the key academic meetings for family medicine educators”—David Little, MD, University of Vermont
As a participant, you will complete an independent project geared toward your specific interests, with guidance from an appointed advisor. This project allows you to use the information gained from the formal MSEDI instructional sessions in a practical fashion. You will experience continuous learning via planning, implementing, evaluating of your project, culminating in a submission of your work to the STFM Conference on Medical Student Education. Some project examples include educational research projects, review and revision of teaching/administrative activities, or establishment of a new clerkship, elective rotation, or other course offering.
Your registration fee includes
You must commit to attending both full-day special sessions of the Institute.
Note: If you pay the tuition for the MSEDI fellowship program, you will NOT need to register for either the Conference on Medical Student Education or the Annual Spring Conference. Your fellowship fee includes registration for those conferences, and STFM staff will automatically register you for those conferences.