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Regional Assistant Dean is expected to perform the following tasks in his/her region:
- Represent BCOM within the region, advocate for BCOM and BCOM’s curriculum, and represent the school’s position on various issues. Serve as the liaison between BCOM and clinical faculty, clinical departments, hospital and clinic administration.
- Develop strong hospital and ambulatory rotations, including training sites for required rotations (such as internal medicine), and electives. Primary approval of all student schedules following BCOM curriculum, policies and procedures. Develop strong clinical teaching sites for years 3 and 4 students and collaborate with BCOM’s Office of Graduate Medical Education to develop strong clinical teaching sites for interns, residents, and fellows.
- Develop and direct various didactic programs including clinical case conferences, journal club, small group discussions, and professional development seminars and lectures.
- Assist and advise students as needed regarding matters such as academic performance, professionalism, personal issues, career plans, etc. Be a mentor for students, interns and residents. Maintains and processes records documenting these interactions.
- Monitor clinical faculty teaching skills. Recruit new clinical faculty and clinical training locations. Educate clinical faculty about BCOM and the clinical program and its mission, goals, objectives, and policies and procedures. Review evaluations of faculty and programs, and (in collaboration with the Regional Director) develop and implement an appropriate plan of action in response to any deficiencies.
- Supervises the Regional Director who also supervises the Administrative Assistant in the specific region.
- Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the State’s policies, institutional guidelines, and applicable laws. Ensures that all employees are motivated and guided to contribute fully to the realization of BCOM’s mission, vision, goals, and objectives.
- Develop and oversee budgetary function for the region.
- Attend to other related duties as assigned by the Associate Dean for Clinical Education or the Academic Dean of BCOM.
- Terminal degree (PhD, DO, MD, or other) in the pre-clinical sciences.
- Evidence of commitment to teaching foundational science in a medical school setting.
- Evidence of, and the potential for growth in, teaching, scholarly activity and service.
- Post-doctoral experience will strengthen the candidate’s application.
- Additional training or experience in educational theory and/or evaluation.
- A substantial record of success as an educator with experience in teaching foundational concepts which are relevant to medical education.
- Experience using innovative teaching methods which might include team-based learning, ‘flipped classroom’, problem-based learning, distance learning, interactive large group presentation, audience response systems, curriculum delivery systems (e.g. Canvas), and proficiency in exam item writing (USMLE and/or COMLEX-style).
- Experience with curricular and instructional design.
The Division of Clinical Affairs seeks to fill up to three (3) faculty positions (dependent on funding approval) in the clinical disciplines with an emphasis on teaching didactic medical topics to second-year medical students, and a variety of primary care fields (cardiology, pulmonology, neurology, endocrinology, reproductive medicine, nephrology, hematology).