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Education Scholars Program

ASCO is seeking members with a commitment to education who want the expertise and leadership skills to enhance the ASCO learning portfolio as well as medical education overall.

Participants in the selective yearlong program will:

  • Join a community of education scholars,
  • Undergo learning science training,
  • Design an ASCO education activity based on learning theory and learning science,
  • Become medical education leaders, and
  • Undertake leadership training by our LDP leadership coach.

Program Objectives

Participants will

  • Understand cognitive science and adult learning theory and apply it to an ASCO learning activity (with the intent to integrate the activity into ASCO’s education portfolio);
  • Engage in leadership development activities with an executive leadership coach;
  • Develop expertise in the design of education activities;
  • Advance medical education within ASCO, their institution and the medical community as a whole; and
  • Serve on an ASCO focused education committee or planning group to lead the integration of learning science into additional programs/activities after completion of the Education Scholars Program.

If you have any questions regarding the Education Scholars Program or application process, please email ASCO Professional Development staff.

 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ASCO has postponed the start of the 2020-2021 Education Scholars Program until June 2021. Based on this change, we will not be accepting applications for the next ESP class until September 1, 2021. If you have questions about the ESP application period, please email our Professional Development team.

2021 Supporters: This list reflects commitments as of April 21, 2021.

Pfizer Oncology

 

Random Quote

"Precision medicine has begun to transform the lives of many patients with cancer, but its application in clinical practice is enormously complex. ASCO hopes to contribute to and advance the field by providing oncologists with the training, tools, and data they need."
Richard L. Schilsky, MD, FACP, FASCO
ASCO Chief Medical Officer