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Opportunities for Teaching

Teaching Opportunities in Pre-clinical and Clinical Years

M1 and M2 Preclinical Years

  • Clinical Preceptor: Preceptor’s Offices
  • Clinical Skills Assessment Raters: NEOMED Campus
  • Journal Club Leader: NEOMED Campus and Virtual
  • Peer Teaching Instructor: NEOMED Campus
  • Physical Diagnosis Lab Instructor: NEOMED Campus
  • Practice-based Learning Presentation Rater: Virtual
  • Small Group Discussion Leaders: NEOMED Campus and Clinical Sites
  • Workshop-Seminar Leader or Rater: NEOMED Campus

 

M3 and M4 Clinical Years

  • Case-based Instructor: NEOMED Campus
  • Clinical Preceptor: Preceptor’s Offices
  • Clinical Skills Assessment Raters: NEOMED Campus and Clinical Sites
  • Elective Director: Clinical Sites and Privates Offices
  • Large Group Discussion Leaders: NEOMED Campus
  • Practice-based Learning Presentation Rater: NEOMED Campus
  • Problem-based Learning Instructor: NEOMED Campus
  • Research Project Assessment Rater: Online
  • Reflection Assignment Rater: NEOMED Campus
  • Small Group Discussion Leaders: NEOMED Campus and Virtual
  • Workshop Leader or Rater: NEOMED Campus

College of Medicine Opportunities for Teaching and Promotion

Opportunities for Service

College of Medicine Standing Committees

The College of Medicine standing committees is appointed to represent the College and its interests related to the mission, role, and functions of the college. These committees shall make decisions where appropriate, develop policy, and provide recommendations to the leadership committee of the College.

Faculty are appointed to standing committees by the Nominating and Membership committee through a yearly nomination process that takes place from May through June. The Nominating and Membership Committee reviews faculty nominations to determine the best candidates to serve in open positions on standing committees.

Faculty have the opportunity to serve on a number of standing committees:

  • Admissions
    • Typically meets monthly on the third Wednesday of the month, 8-11 a.m. The purpose of the committee is to oversee the admissions process by setting policies and guidelines for the selection of the College’s students and to ensure that the faculty have final responsibility for recommending student candidates to the dean.
  • Committee on Academic Progress and Professionalism Phase 2
    • Meets for four hours once a month. Specific date and time influenced by committee members’ availability. The CAPP Phase 2 Committee is responsible for tracking the academic progress of all students enrolled in the M.D. degree program at NEOMED.
  • Curriculum Committee
    • The curriculum committee meets for 2-3 hours monthly and has ultimate decision-making and policy-making authority for the design, content, administration and evaluation of the curriculum, including its individual modules and segments. This purview includes oversight of integration and continuous quality improvement. Meetings include the option for remote attendance.
  • Non-Tenure Faculty appointment and promotion
    • Meets 4-5 times per year, with the highest volume being in the fall semester. The committee evaluates credentials, education, and research portfolio of applicants for appointment and promotion without tenure.
  • Nominating and Membership
    • Meets 1-3 times in person per year, plus multiple email/online correspondences, with the highest volume being May-June. This committee evaluates and proposes members for the other standing committees in the College of Medicine. Members of the Nominating and Membership committee are selected by a faculty vote.

For more information on the standing committee’s contact:

  • Rebecca German, Ph.D., Chair, Nominating, and Membership Committee – rzgerman@neome.edu
  • Jennifer Lint, M.Ed., M.P.A, Director, Administration and Communications, Office of the Dean – jlint@neomed.edu

 

More about the COM standing committees can be found in the bylaws.