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1 “Tales from the Promotion and Tenure Committee: An Insider’s View and In Depth Analysis of What It Takes to Get Promoted” Dr. Gerard Silvestri and Dr. Jeffrey Wong

2 DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE PROMOTION GUIDELINES Assistant Professor (from Fellow or Instructor) Academic Investigator Academic Clinician (Collaborator) Clinician Educator Demonstrates commitment to career in academic medicine  Is developing excellence as educator (awards, evaluations)  Is developing reputation as excellent clinician  Carries a clinical load   Is performing high quality research in mentored setting  Has joined appropriate scientific/professional organizations  Is developing skills, support systems to submit grant proposals  Has 3-year plan in place  Has published (or in press) peer-reviewed manuscripts (at least one first author publication is required for AI & AC tracks) ≥ 1≥ 1≥ 1≥ 1≥ 1≥ 1  Required  Moderate Associate Professor (from Assistant Professor) Academic Investigator Academic Clinician (Collaborator) Clinician Educator Has fulfilled with distinction duties of Assistant Professor  Has established independent laboratory or clinical research effort  Has obtained research support from extramural source  Has presented talks/posters at regional or national meetings  Is involved in local and professional organizations  Is involved with committees at intramural level  Is mentoring students and trainees  Has contributed to course development or innovative teaching material  Has established research collaborations   Has attained excellence as educator (awards, evaluations)  Has attained reputation as excellent clinician  Continues to carry a clinical load   Has published peer-reviewed manuscripts since last promotion or last appointment to the MUSC faculty, whichever is most recent > 10 > 5 Has published peer-reviewed manuscripts (first, second or last author)≥ 10 ≥ 3≥ 3 Total number of published manuscripts *≥ 20 *≥ 15 *≥ 5 *  Heavy * Includes peer-reviewed articles, books, book chapters and monographs Professor (from Associate Professor) Academic Investigator Academic Clinician (Collaborator) Clinician Educator Has fulfilled with distinction duties of Associate Professor  Continues independent laboratory or clinical research effort  Continues research support from extramural source  Has mentored successfully (e.g. trainees in academic medicine)  Has achieved national recognition in specific field  Has served on national committees, study sections, editorial boards; reviews manuscripts   Is a leader on committees at intramural level  Maintains excellence as educator (awards, evaluations)  Maintains reputation as excellent clinician  Continues to carry a clinical load   Has published peer-reviewed manuscripts since last promotion or last appointment to the MUSC faculty, whichever is most recent > 10 > 5 Has published peer-reviewed manuscripts (first, second or last author)≥ 30 ≥ 5≥ 5 Total number of published manuscripts *≥ 50 *≥ 40 *≥ 15 *

3 THE DIFFERENCES

4 COLLEGE OF MEDICINEDEPARTMENT OF MEDICINECOMMENTS Assistant Professor: Commitment to and potential for performing independent laboratory and/or clinical research (Required for Academic Investigator and Academic Clinican) Not mentioned in DOM guidelines Developing skills for directing or contributing to publications related to research, teaching and/or clinical care (Participation in intraprofessional teaching and inter-disciplinary research encouraged for all tracks) Not mentioned in DOM guidelines Active in training of students and/or post- graduates (Required for all tracks) Not mentioned in DOM guidelines Capable of managing most clinical problems in the appropriate discipline, but may seek assistance from senior faculty when dealing with complex problems (Required for Clinician Educator) Not mentioned in DOM guidelines

5 COLLEGE OF MEDICINEDEPARTMENT OF MEDICINECOMMENTS Associate Professor: Continues to meet all the criteria for Assistant Professor with major accomplishments in research, teaching, and/or clinical service Has fulfilled with distinction duties of Assistant Professor Established independent investigator with major impact in planning/development of research project. Involved in teaching activities, including formal lectures, grand ronds, and/or continuing medical education (Required for Academic Investigator and Academic Clinician) Has established independent laboratory or clinical research effort (Academic Investigator and Academic Clinician) Principal Investigator on significant research grants (Academic Investigator) Has established independent laboratory or clinical research effort; has obtained research support from extramural source (Academic Investigator) Co-investigator on research grants (Academic Clinician) Not mentioned in DOM guidelines Local, regional or national grant support for independent research or development of teaching methods, or health care delivery methods, or clinical care systems (suggested for Clinician Educator) Not mentioned in DOM guidelines Peer recognition for research activities including invitations to present work at other universities, workshops and scientific conferences (Required for Academic Investigator) Not mentioned in DOM guidelines Direct involvement in research (Required for all tracks) Has established independent laboratory or clinical research effort; has obtained research support from extramural source; has established research collaborations (moderate for Clinician Educator)

6 Organization of clinical services to provide a setting for medical education and a data base for clinical research (Required for Clinician Educator) Not mentioned in DOM guidelines Presentations at national/international meetings (Required for all tracks) DOM guidelines states regional or national meetings Development of new teaching materials, such as curricula, educational programs, textbooks, syllabi, computer programs and video tapes (Required for Clinician Educator) Has contributed to course development or innovative teaching material Established reputation inside and outside local institution as an authority in a clinical speciality or for leadership in primary care (Required for Clinician Educator) Has obtained reputation as an excellent clinician Contributions to committees at department, college, university, community, state, regional, national and international levels (Required at University level for Academic Investigator; required at state level for Academic Clinician and Clinician Educator) Is in involved in local and professional organizations; is involved with committees at intramural level Leadership role in department and hospital as a section or division head, or program director (Suggested for Clinician Educator) Not mentioned in DOM guidelines Election to scientific organizations in discipline (Suggested for all tracks) Not mentioned in DOM guidelines

7 COLLEGE OF MEDICINEDEPARTMENT OF MEDICINECOMMENTS PROFESSOR: Continues to meet all the criteria for Associate Professor with major accomplishments in research, teaching, and/or clinical service Has fulfilled with distinction duties of Associate Professor Excellence and productivity in research Continues independent laboratory or clinical research effort Involved in teaching activities including formal lectures, grand rounds, and/or continuing medical education Maintains excellence as educator (awards, evaluation); Maintains reputation as excellent clinician Principal Investigator on significant research grants (Required for Academic Invesigator) Not mentioned in DOM guidelines Co-investigator on research grants (Required for academic clinician) Not mentioned in DOM guidelines Direct involvement in research (Required for all tracks) No research requirement indicated for Clinician Educator Continues to carry a heavy clinical or teaching load (Clinician Educator) Continues to carry a clinical load (This is indicated to carry a heavy weight based on scale) Peer-reviewed manuscript total > 30 (Academic Investigator and Academic Clinician) Peer-reviewed manuscript > 50 Academic Investigator and > 40 Academic Clinician Peer-reviewed manuscript total > 10 (Clinician Educator) Peer-reviewed manuscript > 15 (Clinician Educator) National recognition, as evidenced by election to generalist or speciality societies, service on national committees, study sections, editorial boards, visiting professorships, and/or invitations to speak in CME courses. (Required for all tracks) Has achieved national recognition in specific field. Has served on national committees, study sections, editorial boards; reviews manuscripts (indicated as moderate for Clinician Educator)

8 DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE PROMOTION GUIDELINES *Items in green are encouraged or suggested. * Items in brown are required. Assistant Professor (from Fellow or Instructor) Academic Investigator Academic Clinician (Collaborator) Clinician Educator Personal Progress Clear commitment to an academic career in research, teaching and/or clinical care.  Commitment to and potential for performing independent laboratory and/or clinical research  Receipt, active pursuit or development of the skills necessary to apply for local, regional and national grants  Developing skills for directing or contributing to publications related to research, teaching and/or clinical care (Participation in interprofessional teaching and inter-disciplinary research encouraged)*  Active in training of students and/or post-graduates  Contributions as first author on refereed publications  Contributions as author on refereed publications  Capable of managing most clinical problems in the appropriate discipline, may seek assistance from senior faculty when dealing with complex problems  Carry a heavy clinical load  Establishing recognition through candidacy or membership in appropriate professional and scientific organizations  Has published (or in press) peer-reviewed manuscripts (at least one first author publication is required for AI) ≥ 1≥ 1≥ 1≥ 1≥ 1≥ 1

9 *Items in green are encouraged or suggested. * Items in brown are required. Associate Professor (from Assistant Professor) Academic Investigator Academic Clinician (Collaborator) Clinician Educator Personal Progress Continues to meet all the criteria for Assistant Professor with a record of achievement in research, teaching, and/or clinical service. (Participation in interprofessional teaching and inter-disciplinary research) encouraged)*  Record of excellence in high quality patient care, teaching and/or research  Established independent investigator with major impact in planning/ development of research project. Involved in teaching activities, including formal lectures, grand rounds, and/or continuing medical education.  Principal investigator on significant research grants  Co-investigator on research grants  Local, regional or national grant support for independent research or development of teaching methods, or health care delivery methods, or clinical care systems.  Peer recognition for research activities including invitations to present work at other universities, workshops and scientific conferences.  Direct involvement in research  Organization of clinical services to provide a setting for medical education and a database for clinical research  Active in training students and post-graduates  Important contributor to course development or course direction  Superior evaluations of teaching by students, residents, peers, course directors, department chairs  Nominated for or recipient of teaching awards  Presentations at national/international meetings  Continued publication of reviews, chapters, textbooks, peer reviewed papers, and/or innovative teaching materials (new curricula, educational programs, syllabi, video materials, computer programs, etc.) that influence the science and practice of medicine at the regional & national 

10 Continued publications of important and original clinical and/or laboratory investigations with significant authorship  Development of new teaching materials, such as curricula, educational programs, textbooks, syllabi, computer programs and video tapes  Established reputation inside and outside local institution as an authority in a clinical specialty or for leadership in primary care  Contributions to committee at department, college, university, community, state, regional, national and international levels (Required at the University level for Academic Investigator, required at the state level for Academic Clinician and Clinician Educator)*  Leadership role in department and hospital as a section or division head, or program director  Active involvement in local and national professional organizations  Election to scientific organizations in discipline  Total publications with significant authorship since last promotion >10 Total publications with authorship since last promotion > 5> 5 Has published peer-reviewed manuscripts (first, second or last author) ≥ 10 ≥ 3≥ 3 Total number of published manuscripts *≥ 20 * ≥ 15 * ≥ 5 * *Items in green are encouraged or suggested. *Items in brown are required. DOM requirement

11 Professor (from Associate Professor) Academic Investigator Academic Clinician (Collaborator) Clinician Educator Personal Progress Continues to meet all the criteria for Associate Professor with major accomplishments in research, teaching, and/or clinical service  Distinguished career exemplifying scholarship. Excellence & productivity in research, outstanding success as a teacher, and/or outstanding service contributions are required. Involved in teaching activities, including formal lectures, grand rounds, and/or continuing medical education. (Leadership in interprofessional teaching and interdisciplinary research encouraged)  Principal investigator on significant research grants  Co-investigator on research grants  Direct involvement in research  Key individual in training of students, post-graduates and mentorship of junior faculty  Continues to carry a heavy clinical or teaching load  Continued publication of reviews, chapters, textbooks, peer reviewed papers, and/or innovative teaching materials (new curricula, educational programs, syllabi, video materials, computer programs, etc.) that influence the science and practice of medicine at the regional & national levels  Continued publication of important and original clinical and/or laboratory investigations with significant authorship  National recognition, as evidenced by election to generalist or specialty societies, service on national committees, study sections, editorial boards, visiting professorships, and/or invitations to speak in CME courses  Leadership roles in appropriate department, hospital and college  Publications with significant authorship since promotion to Associate Professor >10 Publications with authorship since promotion to Associate Professor>5 Has published peer-reviewed manuscripts (first, second or last author)≥ 30 ≥ 5≥ 5 Total number of published manuscripts * ≥ 50≥ 40 ≥ 15 *Items in green are encouraged or suggested. Items in brown are required. Department of medicine

12 Observations Sloppy letters Sloppy CV’s Not putting everything that you do in packet Not understanding requirments Solutions Document everything Even if you don’t think it is important In great detail Embellish Know the requirements Respond to each requirement – N/A is not acceptable in detail do not aim to meet the requirements but to exceed them. If you are close in one area, explain why Organize packet early Meet with division chief. They may not even be aware of all you do. Division chief letter is important - critical Know who is writing your letters – call them first and make sure they feel comfortable Homer letters don’t count.

13 How will we help Vice Chair now assigned to departmental P&T committee Standard packet will be sent to you to fill out Standard template letter for Division Directors to fill out under Development Review all packets prior to submission to Departmental P& T Dr. Rockey and team to meet with College P&T especially as it relates to CE track


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