Dr. Joshua Jauregui
Acting Instructor and Senior Fellow, Emergency Medicine
University of Washington
Dates of Visit: October 6 – 9, 2015
Purpose of Visit
Dr. Jauregui will be using this visit to advance his research on how faculty members form their identities as clinical educators and how institutions can better support them.
Dr. Joshua Jauregui has completed a medical education fellowship at the University of Washington where he is an acting instructor in the Division of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Jauregui works clinically at Harborview Medical Center where he educates residents and medical students rotating through the emergency department. In addition, he teaches in several undergraduate medical education courses and is the associate director of the medical education fellowship. Most recently, he has been appointed to a leadership position in the University of Washington’s Center for Leadership and Innovation in Medical Education (CLIME). CLIME’s mission is to advance medical education at the UW School of medicine by building a community of practice of educators among the school of medicine faculty. Dr. Jauregui’s research interests center around faculty development. He was recently awarded the AAMC’s Group on Educational Affairs national research grant to study faculty member’s experiences after they graduate from longitudinal faculty development programs.