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- General funds; to begin approximately July 2018, pending position clearance and availability of funds; annually renewable subject to funding availability and satisfactory performance.
- Develop and maintain a clinical learning environment’s in Ambulatory Internal Medicine;
- Teach, supervise and evaluate post-graduate residents and medical students;
- Assess learner competencies, assist in remediation and mediation;
- Support ACGME competencies and JABSOM graduation objectives;
- Promote, conduct or supervise scholarship activities;
- May serve Assistant or Associate Program director of Ambulatory Internal Medicine;
- Promote safety and quality in the clinical setting;
- Other scholarly duties as assigned.
- MD degree or equivalent medical degree from a medical school of recognized standing;
- Certification by the American Board of Internal Medicine;
- Valid Hawaii medical license by date of hire;
- Familiarity with Liason Committee on Medication Education (LCME) and Accreditation Committee of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) program requirements;
- Demonstrated ability in teaching and patient care;
- Familiarity with curriculum development and evaluation;
- Ability to serve as role model for residents and medical students;
- Evidence of effective research, scholarly activity, or clinical administration;
- Poise and good address for meeting and conferring with others;
- Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills.
- Same as Assistant Professor plus:
- Four years at rank of Assistant professor or equivalent;
- Evidence of skill in tutoring and delivery of lectures and conference/colloquia, and expertise as a resource person in chosen field;
- Clear recognition as scholar and clinical educator among peers at the national and international levels.
- Demonstrated experience with curriculum development and evaluation;
- Demonstrated ability to obtain and manage extramural funding;
- Familiar with ACGME and RRC requirements.
- Helen Victor; 808-586-7476; email@example.com
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