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.
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.
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.
Follow the link for a complete list of faculty and staff in the National Center for Primary Care Faculty Development Program.
Our Faculty Development Program provides valuable training in applicable skills you need to succeed.
Faculty, health care professionals, and community-based preceptors who have interests in the areas listed in this link.
Electronic or paper copies of faculty development information such as presentations and curricula may be made for classroom use.