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Training Pathways

Training pathways are two year certificate programs that provide residents and fellows with additional knowledge, skills and professional preparation alongside their chosen medical specialty. Participation in a training pathway occurs concurrently with residency or fellowship training.

Training pathways offer:

  • Demonstrable knowledge and skills for potential employers
  • Enhanced well-being from work-work diversity
  • Membership in a community outside of your training program
  • Better understanding of career paths
  • Opportunities to take on additional roles
  • Preparation for the career you want
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Clinician-Educator Training Pathway

The Clinician-Educator Training Pathway prepares trainees to be successful in a medical education career, with training in teaching strategies, education leadership and research.

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Global Health Pathway

The Global Health Pathway engages residents to better understand the social, economic, cultural and environmental factors that contribute to health and disease throughout the world.

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Health Equity Training Pathway

The Health Equity Training Pathway uses a health systems science lens to educate and empower trainees to discuss, identify, act upon, and teach health inequities in their everyday practice of medicine.

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Leadership Training Pathway

Knowledge and skills gained through the Leadership Training Pathway will be useful to future leaders in academic medicine and hospital administration.

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Additional Non-Clinical Training Opportunities

In addition to the GME Training Pathways, there are a number of non-clinical IU training opportunities outside of GME. These offerings include certificate programs, graduate degrees and fellowships.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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