For Clinicians

Faculty confer together around a table

In keeping with the tripartite mission at Johns Hopkins, a faculty member's role as a clinician is a vital component of his or her work and supported by various programs at this institution.

Clinical Orientation: "Starting Your Academic Clinical Practice"


Agenda (PDF)

Presentation (PDF)


Appointment & Promotions Page


Better Hires, Better Outcomes (PDF)

Job Category Descriptions (PDF)

Hiring FAQs (PDF)

When Hiring, First Test, and then Interview (PDF)


Vision (PDF)

Clinical Excellence in Academia (PDF)


Change Management Toolkit (PDF)

Coaching Guide (PDF)

Additional Materials


The Miller-Coulson Academy of Clinical Excellence (MCACE) is an initiative sponsored by the Center for Innovative Medicine; it was created with a mission to recognize masterful physicians who are steadfastly committed to clinical excellence for the benefit of the patients and communities that they serve.

Economics of Clinical Operations (ECO) with Dr. David Yousem

Held twice annually in the Fall and Spring. E-mail [email protected] for information on how to apply.

Course materials (PDF)

The Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality

The Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality hosts a Leadership academy for clinicians. The nine-month program trains future health care leaders to transform the clinical health care setting to eliminate harm and create a culture of caring. As part of the program, scholars initiate, plan and lead a sustainable, multidisciplinary patient safety or quality improvement project at Johns Hopkins. They will also identify and apply metrics to evaluate the impact of their projects on patient outcomes.