The BCH Academy’s scholar groups form a community of Academy members who support each other in developing, implementing, and evaluating medical education scholarly research projects. Each group is led by faculty with experience in research design, project management, and scholarly publication. Access to BCH Academy groups is restricted to Academy members. If you are an Academy member and have not received your login credentials, please contact BCHacademy@childrens.harvard.edu
Why Become an Academy Scholar Member
Are you curious about educational project design, curriculum development, and research? Academy Scholars join a community of peers who share a dedication to studying, creating, and improving learning programs. Members gain guidance and insights from the group as they embark on educational endeavors or seek practical solutions for educational challenges.
As a Scholar Member, you will:
- Join small groups led by experts in the field of education research, program and project design, and education scholarship
- Have 5 hours of access to quantitative or qualitative research experts, paid for by the Academy (not available for trainees)
- Attend scholar-focused “special seminars” such as How to Create a Survey and How to Run a Focus Group
- Have access to all other Academy offerings, including the professional development seminar series and twice-yearly retreats