The KIPRIME Fellows aims to nourish the next generation of KIPRIME winners by offering an inspirational curriculum of mentoring and development activities.
The KIPRIME Fellows Initiative
The KIPRIME Fellows Initiative is co-financed by the Gunnar Höglund and Anna-Stina Malmborg Foundation and Karolinska Institutet. It aims to nourish the next generation of KIPRIME winners by offering an inspirational curriculum of mentoring and development activities for midcareer medical education researchers.
Nominated by past KIPRIME winners, Fellows will represent an elite group of highly promising global talents who meet two criteria:
- they lead strong scientific programs and
- their profile and impact could be heightened through nurturing and networking.
Candidates for the KIPRIME
Through the KIPRIME Fellows Initiative, the Gunnar Höglund and Anna-Stina Malmborg Foundation and Karolinska Institutet, aim to support emerging candidates for the KIPRIME who reflect the gender and geographic diversity of the medical education research community. By creating an exclusive global network of KIPRIME ambassadors through successive cycles of the KIPRIME Fellows, the foundation and KI will realize its overarching goal of serving as a dynamic agent for promoting excellence in medical education research.
In alternating years with the KIPRIME award, the KIPRIME Fellows initiative will select 14 fellows to participate in a 3-day curriculum at Karolinska Institutet, led by past KIPRIME winners.
Professor Lorelei Lingard
KIPRIME Awardee 2018.
Professor Brian Hodges
KIPRIME Awardee 2016.
Professor David Irby
KIPRIME Awardee 2010.
In the KIPRIME podcast we’ll explore the origins of the KIPRIME and discover the passion and commitment of the people who made it happen; we’ll also hear from previous winners and discover how their research has helped to blaze a trail in this emerging field. Listen to KIPRIME podcast
All photos by Erik Cronberg.