Few would argue about the need for "evidence" to guide the transformation of medical education, and the volume of literature is growing rapidly.
But are we making progress or just spinning our wheels?
What will it take to really advance the science of education?
In this session we will take an evidence-based approach to consider the questions we ask, the methods we use, the defensibility of interpretations, and the quality of reporting. We will also contemplate controversies such as the value (cost) of education, polarization in research paradigms, and generalizability across socio-economically diverse settings.