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Medical Educator Pathway
We began offering an optional Medical Educator Pathway in the 2013-2014 academic year for residents who envision teaching as a major component of their future careers.
The University of Rochester Internal Medicine Residency Program has a long tradition of emphasizing a resident’s role as teacher. Layered on top of this tradition, the Medical Educator Pathway helps participating residents build an even stronger foundation in educational theory and practice to serve as a springboard for a career as leaders in internal medicine education.
The program is directed by Dr. Donald Bordley, Associate Department Chair for Education, former director of our residency program, and a national leader in residency education. Additional information about the pathway can be found here.