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The Office of Education Scholarship

Education scholarship is about ideas. It’s about taking an idea about teaching and learning — something you are curious about or even a frustration — and developing that into findings that can be shared and acted upon. 

The Office of Education Scholarship (OES) is here to help you! Book an Education Scholarship Chat to have an informal conversation with an OES faculty member and explore our programs and services below. 

To learn more, read the OES strategic plan response.

Dr. Kulamakan Kulasegaram
“We are creating the future of family medicine education through rigorous scholarship, collaboration and capacity building.”

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Book an informal chat or a formal consultation with OES faculty.

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About us

The OES is a source of knowledge, guidance and mentorship in scholarly activities related to teaching and education in family medicine. Our faculty work with individuals, leaders, programs and teaching sites. We can help you take a question through the scholarly process to a stage where the results of your work can be shared with a peer group. We can support and help build your own capacity to engage in your everyday work in a scholarly manner.
Feb 22, 2024
DFCM’s first Black Health Advisory Table is working to support Black faculty and learners and advance health in Black communities.
Feb 14, 2024
On February 20, Dr. Onye Nnorom is launching a series of Instagram Live sessions that will aim to encourage teen and young adults from diverse backgrounds to consider a career in medicine, or other health professions.
Feb 8, 2024
For Resident Doctor Appreciation Week, PGY-1 resident Dr. Carleigh Clarke is reflecting on her training thus far and her future in family medicine.