General Duties and Responsibilities:
All members of the faculty are required to contribute to the educational mission of the School of Medicine, engage in scholarly activities, exhibit common ethical standards, and maintain collegial relationships. Teaching:
Evidence of excellence in educational activities is provided by the following:
- Publication of articles regarding research in education.
- Mentorship of and achievements by students, residents, fellows or faculty members.
- Description of contact hours with students, residents or fellows. Laudable evaluations by students, residents, fellows or faculty.
- Successful preparation and development of enduring (printed, electronic or video) educational materials.
- Development, contributions to and implementation of curricular programs.
- Teaching awards.
- Favorable contributions to departmental conferences or seminars.
- Invitations to participate in continuing medical education programs and extramural seminars.
- Leadership in intramural and extramural educational programs and professional societies.
Evidence of excellence in investigative activities is optimally documented by providing the following:
- Development of a focused, creative scientific program.
- Publication of investigations in peer-reviewed journals with key contributions defined for multi-authored papers and the scientific significance of the work explained.
- Extramural grant or contract support for research activities, especially if peer-reviewed.
- Formal presentations of research in intramural and extramural seminars as well as conferences. Recognition by peers as a capable, independent original investigator.
- Invited publications such as books, chapters, review articles, etc.
- Editorships or participation on editorial boards, study sections or scientific advisory boards.
- Participation and/or leadership in cooperative clinical trials and analyses of outcomes.
- Leadership in a research program.
- Electronic publications that are peer-reviewed.
Evidence of excellence in service is provided by the following:
Specific duties and criteria for Pediatric Cardiology Associate Professor (rank commensurate with experience and accomplishments):
- Recognition for skillful diagnosis, management and/or treatment.
- Development of novel clinical skills, techniques, treatments, services or programs.
- Organization of a department, division, center, clinic or unit for clinical care.
- Implementation of projects, programs or delivery systems for health care.
- Commendable participation or leadership in departmental, medical school, medical center, hospital or university committees.
- Laudable participation or leadership in professional groups or societies.
- Praiseworthy contributions to community service or health care organizations.
- Candidate must be board certified in Pediatric Cardiology.
- Candidate must have special expertise and additional fellowship training in the area of pediatric heart transplantation and have sufficient transplant experience to meet UNOS qualifications as a Program Medical Director.
- Provide leadership as director of the Pediatric Cardiology Transplant program.
- Expertise in providing heart failure management and pre- and post-operative care of pediatric heart transplant recipients.
- General Cardiology inpatient and outpatient attending responsibilities.
- Development of key relationships with team members, surgeons and consultants to maintain excellent care.
- Develop and implement safety improvement in patient care.
- Expand pediatric and cardiology knowledge, investigate literature and generate clinical study results.
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