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School of Medicine Faculty Council LRDP Input Survey. UCSF Academic Senate Division Meeting May 22, 2003. School of Medicine Faculty Council LRDP Focus Group Leaders. Wade Smith, MD, PhD – Faculty Council Vice-Chair Helen Chen, MD Dolores Shoback, MD Rebecca Smith-Bindman, MD

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school of medicine faculty council lrdp input survey

School of Medicine Faculty Council LRDP Input Survey

UCSF Academic Senate

Division Meeting

May 22, 2003

school of medicine faculty council lrdp focus group leaders
School of Medicine Faculty CouncilLRDP Focus Group Leaders
  • Wade Smith, MD, PhD –

Faculty Council Vice-Chair

  • Helen Chen, MD
  • Dolores Shoback, MD
  • Rebecca Smith-Bindman, MD
  • Robert Warren, MD
response rate
Response Rate
  • 1384 surveys sent by email.
  • 401 completed surveys returned.
  • 28% Response Rate
gender of respondents
Gender of Respondents

Male 68%

Female 32%

As of July, 2001:

Women as % of School of Medicine Faculty – 33%

Men as % of School of Medicine Faculty – 67%

Source: The Climate for Women on the Faculty at UCSF: Report of Findings from a Survey of Faculty Members, January, 2002

primary department affiliations of respondents
Anatomy – 5

Anthropology, History and Social Medicine - 3

Anesthesia – 19

Biochemistry and Biophysics – 2

Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology - 4

CVRI - 2

Dermatology – 3

Epidemiology and Biostatistics – 14

Family Medicine / Family and Community Medicine / Family Practice – 10

Internal Medicine / Medicine – 101

Laboratory Medicine - 113

Microbiology and Immunology - 2

Neurology – 32

Neurological Surgery – 9

Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences – 15

Ophthalmology – 3

Orthopedics / Orthopedic Surgery - 6

Otolaryngology - 2

Pathology – 11

Pediatrics - 27

Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences – 3

Physiology - 4

Psychiatry - 16

Radiology – 17

Radiation Oncology – 8

Surgery – 14

Urology - 2

Primary Department Affiliations of Respondents
scenarios currently under consideration
Scenarios Currently Under Consideration
  • Scenario 1: 400 bed inpatient facility at Parnassus Heights with comprehensive clinical activity. 250 bed specialty hospital at Mission Bay.
  • 400 bed inpatient facility with comprehensive clinical activity at Mission Bay. 250 bed specialty hospital at Parnassus Heights.
library use by respondents
Library Use by Respondents
  • Respondents were asked to indicate how many hours they spend, per month, in different activities in the Parnassus Heights Main Library.
library use by respondents contd
Library Use by Respondents (contd.)
  • Respondents were asked to indicate how many hours they spend, per month, in different activities in their on site library (if not at Parnassus).
primary findings
PRIMARY FINDINGS
  • Most faculty support a single campus at MB
  • Co-location of SFGH strongly desired
  • Electronic medical record for both inpt and oupt essential ASAP
  • Swing space needed immediately for faculty traveling between sites
  • Shared parking permits needed
long range suggestions
LONG-RANGE SUGGESTIONS
  • Single campus with researcher and clinician, co-location of SFGH
  • Articulation of a clear vision for UCSF
  • Marketing for this vision: local, statewide and national
  • Comprehensive health care system : outpatient satellite clinics, general hospital, specialty center e.g. Mayo
mid range suggestions
MID-RANGE SUGGESTIONS
  • Interim organization of Parnassus and Mt. Zion along disease specific lines: problem of consultative services for both
  • Increase efficiency for faculty on the move: swing space, virtual offices, cross-campus networking, mobile communication, parking, transportation and child care
  • Assess paths for planning purposes
mid range suggestions1
MID-RANGE SUGGESTIONS
  • Prevent “second class citizen” feeling among faculty and staff re: sites,
  • As MB develops, also pay attention to existing sites re: resources, etc.
  • Develop universal electronic medical record with links to lab, radiology
  • Provide Internet based solutions for conferencing rather than video conferencing
short term suggestions
SHORT-TERM SUGGESTIONS
  • Provide a system to inform faculty of current thoughts and plans: committee minutes on websites with link to Academic Senate website
  • Provide multi-site parking permits to faculty who serve more than one hospital
  • Improve shuttle experience: frequency, design to prevent motion sickness
short term suggestions1
SHORT-TERM SUGGESTIONS
  • Allow use of cell phones within the hospital or validate the stated concern that cell phones interfere with equipment
  • Make swing space available for faculty with phone and Internet access e.g. library
  • Broadcast Grand Rounds using the Internet
  • Use library funds for increasing access to electronic journals
interim placement of programs at mount zion
INTERIM PLACEMENT OF PROGRAMS AT MOUNT ZION
  • See individual comments attached to the written report
additional comments
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
  • Unfortunately the planners are mostly people who are not clinicians. You need more input from clinicians and teachers
  • Charter school idea: would faculty who can’t afford to live in SF be eligible or perhaps set aside space at MB for a faculty and staff mobile home park?
  • Need more inclusion of SFGH in planning