Academic primer series: Five key papers for consulting clinician educators

Teresa M. Chan, Michael Gottlieb, Antonia Quinn, Kory London, Lauren W. Conlon, Felix Ankel

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Abstract

Introduction: Clinician educators are often asked to perform consultations for colleagues. Invitations to consult and advise others on local problems can help foster great collaborations between centers, and allows for an exchange of ideas between programs. In this article, the authors identify and summarize several key papers to assist emerging clinician educators with the consultation process. Methods: A consensus-building process was used to generate a list of key papers that describe the importance and significance of educational consulting, informed by social media sources. A three-round voting methodology, akin to a Delphi study, determined the most impactful papers from the larger list. Results: Summaries of the five most highly rated papers on education consultation are presented in this paper. These papers were determined by a mixed group of junior and senior faculty members, who have summarized these papers with respect to their relevance for their peer groups. Conclusion: Five key papers on the educational consultation process are presented in this paper. These papers offer background and perspective to help junior faculty gain a grasp of consultation processes.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)311-317
Number of pages7
JournalWestern Journal of Emergency Medicine
Volume18
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - Feb 2017

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