The Health Equity Scholars Pathway is an elective program offered at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine that provides students with the knowledge and skills to promote an equitable and anti-oppressive learning environment. Completion of this pathway requires both continual learning through approved experiences that address health equity and active contributions to medical education scholarship and innovation.
The Medical Education Pathway is an elective program at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine that helps students develop skills in curriculum design, educational scholarship and teaching to prepare them for careers as clinician educators. Pathway completion requires continual learning, active medical education contributions and evidence of a successfully peer-reviewed presentation or publication.
The Research Scholars Pathway is a rigorous program at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine that recognizes student research efforts and helps them develop the skills and knowledge necessary to conduct medical research. Completion of this pathway requires four years of medical research, continual learning through approved educational experiences, and evidence of a successfully peer-reviewed presentation or publication.