The Academy of Educators in collaboration with the Medical Education Research Unit (MERU) is offering an Implementation & Dissemination in Education Scholarship certificate course. This is a new course in our developing series of courses on Methods in Education Scholarship. This is a certificate course for educators who have developed a proposal for an education scholarship project/research study. The proposal could have been developed in the previously-offered Introduction to Methods in Education Scholarship or Qualitative Research Methods for Education Scholarship courses, or you may have developed the proposal independently. The course will equip educators to complete and revise IRB applications, manage projects, and disseminate study results (write abstracts, prepare posters and oral presentations, identify relevant journals that publish education studies, and prepare manuscripts).
This eight-week course will take place via Zoom, meeting once per week for one to two hours in the late afternoon with independent work required between meetings.
Who may apply?
All educators (faculty, fellows, education researchers and scholars, education research assistants) in the Washington University School of Medicine & Goldfarb School of Nursing faculty.
What are the prerequisites?
Participants will need to have developed a proposal for an education scholarship project/research study.
Who can answer questions?
Contact Dr. Janice Hanson (email@example.com) with questions.
How can I apply?
Click the below link to the application.
Submission Deadline: To be announced
Program Dates: To be announced
Questions: Contact Janice Hanson at firstname.lastname@example.org
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