The long-term career outcome study: Lessons learned and implications for educational practice
© Association of Military Surgeons of the U.S. All rights reserved. The work of the Long-Term Career Outcome Study has been a program of scholarship spanning 10 years. Borrowing from established quality assurance literature, the Long-Term Career Outcome Study team has organized its scholarship into three phases; before medical school, during medical school, and after medical school. The purpose of this commentary is to address two fundamental questions: (1) what has been learned? and (2) how does this knowledge translate to educational practice and policy now and into the future? We believe that answers to these questions are relevant not only to our institution but also to other educational institutions seeking to provide high-quality health professions education.
Durning, S., Dong, T., LaRochelle, J., Artino, A., Gilliland, W., DeZee, K., Saguil, A., Cruess, D., Picho, K., & McManigle, J. (2015). The long-term career outcome study: Lessons learned and implications for educational practice. Military Medicine, 180 (4). http://dx.doi.org/10.7205/MILMED-D-14-00574