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1 FACULTY DEVELOPMENT IN DGIM: VISION, VALUES AND NEXT STEPS

2 ACTIVITY What are our strengths in DGIM? What is the best thing about your career/ job/ work?

3 BACKGROUND  Strategic Visioning Committee  September-December 2011  Goals:  Identify the current strengths of the Division  Describe the Division’s mission and vision,  Identify strategies to guide the Division over the next several years to attain the stated goals THEN- sent for all DGIM review and voting  Rated and ranked strategies based on potential impact & feasibility

4 COMMITTEE MEMBERS  Jean Kutner  Jeff Glasheen  Eva Aagaard  Ingrid Binswanger  Dan Matlock  Adam Tsai  Mark Earnest  Evelyn Hutt  Lisa Schilling  Karen Chacko  Rich Penaloza  Danielle Loeb  Ray Estacio  Mel Anderson  Brian Dwinnell  Kelly White  Don Weinshenker  Holly Batal  Marisha Burden

5 VISION  We are perceived by our local and national colleagues as:  Top 10 Division of General Internal Medicine  Top 10 primary care internal medicine and hospitalist training programs  A career as GIM faculty at the University of Colorado is seen as sustainable, enjoyable and satisfying

6 MISSION  We improve health, health outcomes and health- related quality of life through outstanding clinical care, research and education

7  Collegial  Entrepreneurial  Outstanding faculty  Longevity of faculty and programs  Institutional partners

8 STRATEGIES Reach Leadership Clinical Care Research Training, Education & Faculty Development

9 REACH  Faculty SHOULD consistently identify selves as representing the Division of General Internal Medicine at the University of Colorado  Poster template  Enhance web presence

10 LEADERSHIP  Increase GIM faculty on key committees and leadership positions at  CU & affiliates  Professional societies, including national medical education organizations

11 CLINICAL CARE  Innovate in care delivery design incorporating quality measurement and rigorous evaluation  Invest in getting faculty trained in quality improvement methodologies  Link QI to other missions (scholarship, education)  Designated slot during GIM Grand Rounds for QI work

12 SCHOLARSHIP  Provide research assistants to support non-funded projects  Resurrect GIM small grants program  Continue to grow research faculty via recruitment  Web-based peer reviewed clinical and quality improvement journal

13 TRAINING & EDUCATION  Incorporate trainees into clinical innovation, QI work & research  Encourage and reward faculty participation in  service learning opportunities  mentorship of medical student and resident scholarship

14 FACULTY DEVELOPMENT  Create smaller “communities” within the Division that facilitate  Career development paths  Mentorship, co-mentorship and peer mentorship  Scholarship  Link junior faculty to local, regional and national opportunities

15 BUDGET COMMITTEE  Reviewed  Within budget prioritized programs

16 FUNDED  Base funding for established GIM leadership roles  Practice leadership  Team leaders  Mentoring coaches  Elective directors  Recruitment funds  Junior researcher  Clinician educators  GIM Small Grants Program

17 FUNDED UCH Specific  Faculty development  Funds for faculty to attend career development programs  TSP  TEACH  QI/ patient safety training  Research training  $1500 per UCH faculty member to attend conferences

18 BUT IT’S NOT ENOUGH How do we build community?

19 PLANS FOR FACULTY DEVELOPMENT DGIM Grand Rounds Other Programs

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21 FORMAT  Modified didactic format  Case-based  Enhanced discussion  Relevance to practice  Case discussion  M&M  Difficult cases  Key: there should be a teaching point from each case  Faculty development  Teaching skills  QI

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23 CHALLENGES  Video conferencing  Travel time  Buy in

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25 MENTORING & ADVISING

26 JUNIOR FACULTY  Quarterly career development meetings  All sites  1-2 hours  Informal discussion of issues relevant promotion  Getting to know each other, senior faculty & opportunities available  Mentoring coaches  Eva Aagaard- education  Dave Tanaka- clinical care  Jean Kutner- research

27 OTHER PROGRAMS  Academy of Medical Educators  Faculty development  Coaching  Small grants  CCTSI  Institute for Healthcare Quality, Safety and Efficiency  dedicated project managers, quality assistants and data analysts  1-yr certificate program; coach  DOM Quality & Safety Program  QI & Patient Safety Symposium 11/8; Abstracts due 10/15  M&M- 1 st Fri

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29 WHAT YOU CAN DO

30 REACH  Add Division, Mission and Vision to signature block  Linked In  GIM Connect

31 LEADERSHIP  Share successes  Share opportunities  Broad from Shaleeta  Send info to Divisional leadership at each clinical site

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