Learning Objective: At the end of this course participants will be able to:
1) Increase competence in teaching students and residents in all clinical settings while providing quality patient careRead More...
2) Increase skill in writing a response to a health-related article with the intention of influencing practice, policy or research related to underserved populations.Read More...
3) Increase confidence and competence in approaching the grant writing process to secure funding for clinic-based or public health-based initiatives designed to improve individual or population health as demonstrated by writing a portion of a grant proposal.Read More...
Who should attend?
Physicians Interest In:
Academic medicine/faculty career options
Learn to teach medical students & residents
Learn to write for medical literature
Issues unique to African-Americans & other minority health professionals
What are your benefits?
Teach in various settings
Publish in medical/academic journals
Develop leaderhip skills
Use secondary data for research
Practice public speaking using effective PowerPoint
Design a curriculum
What programs are offered?
Three Programs Offered:
Modular 9-month program
Executive Faculty Development Program
Part-Time Modular Program
(attend individual modules)