The RACE (Resident as Clinician Educator) Track is a training pathway devoted to building clinical education skills and a diverse teaching portfolio. Residents are paired 1:1 with faculty mentors who provide focused training in medical education and oversee resident progression towards professional teaching goals. Additionally, the RACE Track runs sessions for all residents via our Friday School didactics. The RACE Track consists of three primary components:
- Didactic Workshops: These small-group sessions focus on various educational topics, such as curriculum development, giving effective feedback, and crafting a teaching portfolio
- Two-week annual RACE Track elective: Teaching elective block where residents focus on leading teaching workshops and conferences with medical students and resident peers.
- Longitudinal Scholarly Project: Creation of a medical education project of your choosing. Previous projects include podcasts, creation of a course for note-writing for MS3’s, and sub-curricula within our Friday School blocks.