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Since August 2011, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine has been relying on its 1,580+ Part-time Faculty for their contributions to achieve the tripartite mission. As a group, the most significant contributions are in clinical service and education, chiefly involving medical students and residents. Many of our Faculty are vital to our research mission, as well as, having important roles in policy, program development and administration.
|Accomplishments||Celebrate our faculty honors and awards.|
|Opportunities||Explore our faculty preceptor availabilities.|
|Appointments||Criteria to join our faculty is found in the Blue Bookcovering our governing policies and guidelines. Addendum covering reappointment requirements.|
|News||The American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation launched the “Choosing Wisely” initiative to encourage conversation between patients and providers about important matters in health care. Read more|
|Development||Use the Silver Book to understand strategies and benchmarks leading to successful development and promotion. Office of Faculty Development's Webpage assists Faculty to achieve academic career success and satisfaction.|
|Excellence||Institute for Excellence in Education promotes, values, and advances the education mission of the School of Medicine.|
|Challenges||Association of American Medical Colleges's Exploration of Part-time U.S. Medical School Faculty: A Thematic Overview reports salient themes providing insight on workplace satisfaction and unique concerns of part-time faculty.|
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|FY15 (TBA)||Part-time Factulty Advisory Committee Meeting (see more details)|
|Oct 17, 2014 by 5 pm|
The Institute for Excellence in Education (IEE) of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is pleased to announce a call for applications for the 2015 Faculty Education Scholar Grants. There will be two Berkheimer Faculty awards for 2015: A domestic scholar (or team) and an international scholar (or team). Each award will provide up to $50,000 for 12-18 months to a faculty member or team (maximum of three faculty members) who exhibit promise, innovation, talent and enthusiasm as educators (see more details)