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FACULTY DEVELOPMENT. March-06 CBALEXANDER MD. Alice: Which way should I go? Cheshire Cat: That depends on where you are going. Alice: I don\'t know where I\'m going!! Cheshire Cat: Then it doesn\'t matter which way you go! Lewis Carroll 1872 Through the Looking Glass. CBA.

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faculty development

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT

March-06

CBALEXANDER MD

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Alice: Which way should I go?

  • Cheshire Cat: That depends on where you are going.
  • Alice: I don\'t know where I\'m going!!
  • Cheshire Cat: Then it doesn\'t matter which way you go!
      • Lewis Carroll 1872
      • Through the Looking Glass

CBA

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Generic Concepts -

M.D.’s as Employees

vs

Independent Contractor

CBA

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JOB
  • “First five years are the most critical”
  • “Customer Focus”
  • “Be within 6 months of being competent in . . .”
  • Physician as a revenue source
  • Physician as a cost center
active uh staff 2002 2006
Total Medical Staff

2006 +918

2005 918

2004 885

2003 862

2002 843

DOMedicine

273

272

262

261

246

Active UH Staff-2002-2006
academic job
Academic Job

Division of Labor

  • Education ?
  • Research ?
  • Service ?
  • Administration ?

CBA

academic classifications
Academic Classifications
  • Associate
  • Instructor
  • Assistant Professor
  • Associate Professor
  • Professor

CBA

academic medicine the job
Academic Medicine - The Job
  • Tenure earning
  • Non-tenure earning
  • Are expectations outlined in writing?

CBA

academic medicine the job1
Academic Medicine - The Job

How will your time be allocated?

  • Service
  • Research
  • Teaching
  • Administration

CBA

academic medicine the job2
Academic Medicine - The Job

How will your progress be measured?

  • Service
  • Research
  • Teaching
  • Administration

CBA

administration
Administration
  • Postpone Until at Least Associate Professor
  • Training Advice
    • Basic Accounting
    • Business Law
    • ? MBA

CBA

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CASE FOR PROMOTION

EDUCATION

RESEARCH

SERVICE

CBA

education
Education
  • Evaluation*
  • Curriculum Vita*
    • Initiate
    • Plan
    • List of Trainees/Accomplishments
  • Hard Audit in Year 3

(*See Attachments)

CBA

teaching effectiveness evaluation
Teaching Effectiveness Evaluation

1. Teaching of students or trainees in the classroom, laboratory, clinical setting or other specific area of expertise, etc. This includes continuing education.

2. Direction of the research of graduate students.

3. Curriculum development: development of objectives, materials and methods, methods of evaluation, etc.

4. Student, resident, or fellow advising and counseling.

5. Facilitation of teaching efforts of the faculty, e.g., helping to assess the value of teaching objectives, or of methods of evaluation, providing content material for courses of study, etc.

6. Serving as a member of education, curriculum, or admissions committees.

7. Efforts to improve personal teaching skills.

CBA

teaching effectiveness evaluation1
Teaching Effectiveness Evaluation

1. Evaluations from faculty, students, residents or fellows that address objectives, methods and materials of courses that have been designed and taught by the individual.

2. Evaluations of teaching effectiveness by faculty, students, residents and fellows (differs from the above in that it addresses teaching only, not design of course.

3. Evaluations of the performance of students, residents and fellows that have been taught by the individual.

4. List special recognition of individual, i.e., teaching awards, commendations from other faculty, students, residents and fellows, special recognition by professional associations, etc..

5. Description of new teaching program or integration of teaching effort within or between departments, when organized by this individual.

6. Description of new and better teaching techniques developed by this individual.

7. Description of short courses or “workshops” developed by this individual for students, residents, fellows, postgraduate professionals and lay public.

8. Describe teaching materials developed or improved by this individual, such as the preparation of a syllabus, book of procedures, course of study, laboratory manual, development of testing procedures or other modes of evaluation. This would include these items targeted at students, residents, fellows, postgraduate professionals and the lay public.

CBA

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CASE FOR PROMOTION

EDUCATION

RESEARCH

SERVICE

CBA

mileposts in research careers
Mileposts in Research Careers:
  • Establishment of a strong, independent research program in a significant area of biomedicine.
  • Reporting results of research at national scientific meetings.
  • Acceptance of one’s research papers by a national peer-reviewed scientific journal.
  • At private research institutions, approval and funding of one’s peer-reviewed application for a grant-in-aid of research.
  • Establishment as a recognized research authority in one’s field.
  • For some with administrative and organizational ability, directorship of a research institution or a division thereof.

Benson, Atkinson, Flax. Career Guide in Pathology: ASCP, Chicago, 1998

research
Research
  • Reputation: Local/National/International
  • Curriculum Vita: Positive Features
  • Grant Support:
    • Level of Independence
    • Track Record
  • Editorial Boards
  • Study Sections
  • National Committees

CBA

research1
Research
  • Hard Audit Year Three
  • Degree of Independence
  • Trend Compare to National
    • Ex: 56% Hit Rate

CBA

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CASE FOR PROMOTION

EDUCATION

RESEARCH

SERVICE

CBA

practice type
Practice Type
  • License
  • Credentials
  • Privilege - Scope of Practice

CBA

medical staff bylaws
Medical Staff Bylaws
  • Appointment
  • Reappraisal / Reappointment
      • How Accomplished?
      • How Frequent?
  • Human Resources / Job Description
medical staff appointment

Medical Staff Appointment

Credentialing process - The process of assessing and validating the qualifications of a licensed independent practitioner to provide patient care services in a hospital.

The determination is based on an evaluation of the individual’s current license, training or experience, current competence, and ability to perform privileges requested.

The credentialing process is the basis for making appointments to the medical staff, and it also provides information for the process of granting clinical privileges to all licensed independent practitioners in the hospital.

Credentialing and Privileging Medical Staff…JCAHO, 1997

medical staff appointment1

Medical Staff Appointment

Privileging process - Clinical privileges may be defined several ways. For example, they may be categorized by:

practitioner specialty;

level of training and experience;

patient risk categories;

lists of procedures or treatments; or

any combination of the methods listed above - particularly a combination of patient risk categories and lists of procedures.

Credentialing and Privileging Medical Staff…JCAHO, 1997

maintenance of competence

Maintenance of Competence

  • Initial Certification Examination
  • Re-Certification Examination
  • Continuing Medical Education

CBA

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Predictions

for the

Future

CBA

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Alice: Which way should I go?

  • Cheshire Cat: That depends on where you are going.
  • Alice: I don\'t know where I\'m going!!
  • Cheshire Cat: Then it doesn\'t matter which way you go!
      • Lewis Carroll 1872
      • Through the Looking Glass

CBA

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