To provide clinical, didactic, and simulation education to residents and medical students, support for departmental activities and requests made by the Chair of Emergency Medicine. To meet clinical obligation by agreement with the assigned clinical site.
1. MD, MBBS or DO degree. 2. Board Qualified or Certified in Emergency Medicine as specified by Academic Appointment 3. Unrestricted Ohio medical license (current or eligible). 4. Experience in academic medicine with combined teaching, research and clinical experience and additional training or relevant experience that includes preparation for research may be required. 5. Additional emergency medicine ultrasound training (complete or on-going).
Instructor candidates must meet requirements above and be EM board qualified. Assistant Prof. candidates must meet all requirements above and be EM board certified. Associate Professor level candidates must meet all the requirements above for Assistant Professor and have at least 5 years' experience as an Assistant Professor. They must also meet all BSOM rank guidelines of Associate Professor including exemplary scholarly portfolio and supervisory experience.
For more information regarding the governing policies of faculty rank please review them online at: https://medicine.wright.edu/faculty-and-clinical-affairs/policy-3a-guidelines-for-appointment-and-promotion-for-fully-affiliated-faculty
An interest and ability in clinical and classroom education.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
Under the direction of the Chair, in addition to required Department faculty clinical and teaching responsibilities, the Clerkship Director will organize and implement mechanisms for fourthyear student rotation in Emergency Medicine. These duties include: Establishment of the clinical experience; Development/maintenance of core educational goals and objectives. Create and maintain detailed goals and objectives. Production of educational materials including didactics, labs, reading and simulations; Assessment of students (clinical evaluation, examinations, etc.) ; Final grades with narrative; Plans for remediation for students in need; Standardized Letter of Evaluation writing and mentoring of students interested in EM; Familiarity with the LCME requirements ; Coordination of student teaching assignments of residents and faculty ; Role as participant in medical schoolwide education committees and clerkship professional policies (sick policy, absence policy, etc.) (40%)
Clinical Practice and education and baseline level of didactic teaching activity as per discussion with the Chair (40%)
Coordinate the resident teaching month, including integration with simulator activities (10%)
Instruction in simulation laboratory (10%)
Typical office environment, limited stairs, no extreme temperatures. Emergency Department setting—may encounter hazardous materials, some stairs. Work week = 40 hours. Job location is at the Cox Institute in Kettering, Ohio.
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