Below are some Center programs and resources in support of Education Research.
The SMHS Academy of Education Scholars
The SMHS Academy of Education Scholars seeks to develop and recognize excellence in education scholarship and research to advance the practice of medical and health sciences education, and improve the quality of SMHS educational programs and patient care. Academy Members are offered the following in support of Education Scholarship: Templates and other materials for developing research plans and designing research studies; 1 to 1 mentoring; support for data analysis and writing expertise, peer group discussions, periodic half-day skill-builder workshops, and recognition of achievements.
SMHS encourages and supports scholarship in medical and health science education by providing $45,000 annually in grant funding for initiation of new medical and/or health science education research projects. All active status, regular SMHS faculty (tenured, tenure-track or non-tenure track) are eligible to submit a proposal. Proposals may be submitted for up to $15,000 for one project. The call for proposals with further instructions and application requirements is issued to faculty in the late fall via the Faculty Affairs list serve. Questions should be directed to Rosalyn Jurjus, Faculty Development Associate for Education Research at email@example.com.
Education Research Modules
The following modules have been created as self-paced learning experiences. They provide an overview of many education research topics. To view these videos and the corresponding materials, please visit the Education Research Modules page.
Design to Align: How to Develop an Effective Education Research Study Design
How to Find Research Ideas in Your Everyday Practice
How to Work with a Librarian
Literature Reviews and Conceptual Frames
Fundamentals of Qualitative Research
Focus Group Basics
Fundamentals of Quantitative Research
Survey Design Basics
When & How to Consider Mixed Methods
When & How to Work with a Statistician
How to Manage a Research Team
Getting Published: Where to Submit and How to Respond to Reviewers
Research Design Consultations
We are available for one-to-one consultative assistance to help faculty design and execute education research studies. Contact Rosalyn Jurjus via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
Who’s Published What?
Medical Education Research: SMHS, SON & SPHHS
Peer-reviewed publications on research in medicine and health sciences education by the George Washington University Medical Center faculty.
Find a Collaborator
Look for a collaborator using the searchable database for faculty research.
This searchable database was developed to facilitate research collaborations.
Information on GW researchers was derived from NIH and Foundation grant awards, the annual description of research provided by faculty in the Lyterati database, and previous Gill Fellowship proposals. Where possible, information on prominent research techniques and the clinical/translational level of research was added. Additional contact information was obtained from the SMHS faculty directory, the Children's National website and/or faculty websites.
Search fields include: Researcher Name, Department, Keyword, Research Method, and Research Level.