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  • Faculty Development Programs

  • Overview
  • Overview

    The Faculty Development Program is committed to active learning in a nurturing environment while building confidence and competence in areas of academic medicine including teaching methods, educational theory, grant writing, primary care research, and others.

  • Modular Workshop
  • Modular Program

    The Modular Program is a series of professional development classes, each culminating in a project that demonstrates successful completion of the topic. Modules include: teaching, grant writing, health services research, writing for medical literature, curriculum development, and career development.

  • Executive Program
  • Executive Program

    The Executive Program is a year-long commitment to a program of interactive workshops and assignments. Upon successful completion of the program, you will receive a certificate and approximately 100 CME credits in a variety of areas.

  • Faculty & Staff
  • Follow the link for a complete list of faculty and staff in the National Center for Primary Care Faculty Development Program.

  • What's in It for You
  • Our Faculty Development Program provides valuable training in applicable skills you need to succeed.

  • Who Should Apply
  • Faculty, health care professionals, and community-based preceptors who have interests in the areas listed in this link.

  • Project Samples
  • Electronic or paper copies of faculty development information such as presentations and curricula may be made for classroom use.