Foundation / Corporation
Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation
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Grants to USA nursing and medical educators to support career development and innovative educational approaches. Funding is intended to provide the financial support needed for medical educators to focus on creating and implementing the innovative reforms necessary to bring medical education up-to-date with the changing needs of the population.
The Macy Faculty Scholars Program is designed to identify and nurture the careers of promising educational innovators in medicine and nursing. The program aims to develop the next generation of national leaders in medical and nursing education. The program will support the Macy Faculty Scholars in leading new educational innovations at their home institutions and will provide opportunities for further career development through national meetings and participation in other Macy activities.
Over the next decade, the Foundation envisions that the Macy Faculty Scholars will become the drivers for change in health professional education, toward the goal of creating an educational system that better meets the health needs of the public.
Program highlights include:
1. At least 50% protected time to pursue a mentored educational project at the home institution.
2. Participation in the Annual Macy Faculty Scholars Meeting.
3. Mentoring from the National Advisory Committee.
4. Participation in one or more Harvard Macy Institute programs.
5. Access to other Macy grantees and programs.
The Macy Faculty Scholars might explore many areas of possible innovations in health professions education. The Foundation has particular interest in the following:
1. Interprofessional education to promote teamwork and interprofessional collaboration.
2. New models of clinical education that emphasize longitudinal, integrated experiences with patients, families, and faculty.
3. New content in health professional curricula such as quality improvement, patient safety, systems analysis, health economics, and the social determinants of health.
4. Education of health professionals to care for underserved populations, including addressing the need for more primary care providers.
5. Programs to diversify the health professional workforce so that it more closely matches across many dimensions the populations to be served.
6. Domestic programs that promote understanding of global health and population health.
This is an illustrative, but not exhaustive, list of innovations that might be the work of the Scholars. The program seeks to attract and nurture faculty who are committed to careers in health professional education, are innovators, and have shown promise as future leaders.
This is a career development award. The Foundation is interested in candidates for whom the program will have the maximum impact at this point in their career and who also have the greatest possibility for future impact
in their careers. Macy Faculty Scholars will participate in the Annual Macy Faculty Scholars Meeting and will be part of the family of Macy Faculty Scholars for the remainder of their careers.
The following factors will be considered in the selection process:
1. Evidence of a strong commitment to a career as an educator in the health professions.
2. Early promise as an educator and institutional leader.
3. Evidence of innovation and creativity in career to date.
4. Merit of the educational innovation proposed and the likelihood that it will influence national trends in health professions education.
5. Evidence of strong institutional support.
6. Likelihood that the candidate will become a national leader in health professions education.
7. Evidence that the candidate’s institution supports the careers of educators and is a fertile environment for educational innovation.
GrantWatch ID#: 184749
Up to 5
Up to $100,000 (plus fringe) per year for two years.
In addition, Scholars will receive funding to participate in the Harvard Macy Institute programs, for travel to the Annual Macy Faculty Scholars Meeting, and for other program-related travel.
The appointment begins September 1, 2019 and participants spend two years as Scholars.
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