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Practical tips to implement coaching in medical education and foster master adaptive learners
Coaching is emerging as a way to support learners’ academic, professional identity and well-being goals in medical education. Coaching, via its unique framework of support that is different from advising, can especially enhance the process of each of the phases of the Master Adaptive Learner (MAL) framework and support lifelong learning. Scant literature exists on ways to assess coaches and evaluate coaching programs so that benefits can be quantified and investments justified. Coaching competencies can be used to identify and develop tools to train and assess coaches for all trainees across the medical education continuum including learners from diverse backgrounds.

Attend this American Medical Association webinar and be able to:

-Define coaching and identify competencies that make a successful academic coach

-Describe the MAL model and explain how coaching supports MAL and lifelong learning

-Discuss considerations in coaching a diverse group of learners

-Outline steps for developing academic coaching programs


Atul Agarwal, MD
Assistant professor, clinical neuroradiology
Associate director, medical student education, diagnostic radiology
Associate division chief, neuroradiology
Indiana University School of Medicine

Bill Cutrer, MD, MEd
Associate dean, undergraduate medical education
Associate professor, pediatrics, critical care medicine
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Amy Miller Juve, EdD
Vice chair for education and associate professor, anesthesiology, and perioperative medicine; program improvement and professional development specialist, graduate medical education
Oregon Health & Science University

Sally Santen, MD, PhD
Senior associate dean, evaluation, assessment and scholarship, VCU School of Medicine 
Professor, emergency medicine and medical education, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Consultant, AMA

Maya M. Hammoud, MD, MBA
Senior adviser


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