GME Pathways is a multi-disciplinary, inter-professional program open to UCSF learners at all training levels. We support the pursuit of inquiry and innovation in the career of every healthcare professional.
CIDS: Clinical Informatics and Data Science Pathway
The Clinical Informatics and Data Science (CI-DS) Pathway is an introduction to the fields of Clinical Informatics and Data Science. It is intended as an opportunity for learners to learn basic concepts, principals, and skills in these fields, as well as act as a resource to help them consider and pursue careers in these areas.
GH: Global Health Pathway
The Global Health Pathway prepares trainees in developing lifelong commitments to decreasing the health inequities and disparities in populations throughout the world.
HPE: Health Professions Education Pathway
The Health Professions Education Pathway trains innovators from all health professions fields who promote excellence in teaching, translate theory and novel strategies to the learning environment, and expand knowledge in the field of health professions education.
HEAR Justice: Health Equity and Racial Justice Pathway
The HEAR Justice Pathway engages learners in conversations, skill building, and reflection around improving health outcomes for people of color, promoting equity in the medical workforce, and actively dismantling systems of oppression that perpetuate health inequities. Learners will explore issues of race, identity, privilege and bias through discussion, experiential learning, community engagement, and critical self-reflection.
HSL: Health Systems Leadership
The Health Systems Leadership Pathway is collaboration with the Department of Medicine. It prepares trainees to be leaders in systems improvement and health care policy.
TICR: Training in Clinical Research
The Training in Clinical Research (TICR) program aims to increase the number and quality of clinical investigators through offering a broad array of educational opportunities in the methods of clinical research. One of its offerings, the Designing and Conducting Research (DCR) course, prepares trainees to design an independent clinical research project.