Faculty Development

The primary goal of faculty development in the Department of Family Medicine is skill building for primary faculty. Our conferences provide both basic and advanced skill development in four major areas: Teaching, Scholarship, Leadership/Management, and Personal/Professional. Presentations are designed to meet the faculty development needs of a broad range of faculty from fellows and junior faculty to senior, experienced faculty.

Faculty Development Topics - 2010-2011

De-mystifying Promotion & Tenure

Scholarly AVU System

Update on Medical Student Programs and LCME

Redesigning practices and residencies- what we have learned from P4 so far

Transforming OHSU Family Medicine Practices

Student Advising: Facts, Websites, and your Teaching Credits

Evalutating the Focused Faculty Program: How do we measure success?

Tools for Assessing Styles and Strengths in Academic Medicine


Faculty Development Topics - 2009-2010

How to Fit Writing Manuscripts Into Your Busy Research/Clinical Careers

Inpatient Teaching

Substance Abuse Screening & Overview of SBIRT Project

Brief Negotiated Interview Techniques

Quality Improvement: Responding to Peer Review

Assesing Learners in Difficulty

Teaching and Scholarly AVU System


Faculty Development Topics – 2008-2009

Teaching Communication Skills through Video Review

Resident Teaching:  Faculty Roles and Expectations

Update on Maternal-Fetal Medicine Terminology

OHSU Risk Management - Loss Prevention Management

Neonatal Resuscitation Skill Update


Faculty Development Topics – 2007-2008

Designing OSCE’s

Resident Advising

Researching & Writing a Clinical Inquiry: Selecting a Question and Getting Started

Literature Searching Tips

Working with Students in Your Practice

Researching & Writing a Clinical Inquiry: Study Selection, Appraisal and Synthesis

Precepting in the Electronic Era

Strategic Career Planning

The Evaluation of Evaluation: A Mixed Methods Approach


Faculty Development Topics – 2006-2007

Researching & Writing a Clinical Inquiry: Summarizing Evidence

Enhanced Public Health and Preventive Medicine Training for all Residents

Enhanced Pub Health/Prev Med Training for all Residents

Introduction of DynaMed to DFM Faculty

NIH Unlimited: Core Principles for Putting Forth Your Best Possible Application

Procedures in Family Medicine - What should be core?

Abortion and Reproductive Health Education Project

Core Competencies in Public Health & Preventive Medicine