Training

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The School of Medicine and the Department of Pediatrics offer several levels of training courses for leadership in academic medicine as well as teacher training programs.

Some of these programs require nomination by the Department.

Department of Pediatrics Teaching Center

Effective teaching is important to success in academics, and a clear requirement for promotions at UNC. Our Department has established a Teaching Center with resources for faculty to improve their teaching skills.

Academy of Educators

The UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine Academy of Educators was founded in October 2006 as a part of the School's strategic plan to enhance research and scholarship towards excellence in teaching.

Leadership Training

Department of Pediatrics Leadership Development Program

The Department offers many opportunities for leadership development training, ranging from reading resources to free campus programs to off-campus courses requiring fees.

For courses requiring fees, the Department of Pediatrics has a limited amount of resources available. Funds available for support of these training opportunities vary year to year.

Download additional details on the types of training that are available and a short application form for funding.

Quality Improvement

Quality Improvement Seed Grants - Call for Proposals

The UNC Institute for Healthcare Quality Improvement (IHQI) will award five $50,000 grants to support quality improvement projects to be conducted July 1, 2014 ­ June 30, 2015.

Projects may be initiated by staff and faculty from any department or unit at UNC Hospitals, UNC Faculty Physicians and UNC Physicians Network.

IHQI seeks to fund projects that:

  • result in sustainable and meaningful improvement in the value of patient care
  • align with UNC Health Care and UNC School of Medicine strategic goals
  • increase improvement capacity and eliminate functional silos within UNC Health Care

IHQI faculty and staff will provide in-kind support, training and consultation to project teams.

Established in 2013, IHQI¹s mission is to:

  • Build skills in improvement science at UNC Health Care
  • Catalyze improvement efforts within UNC Health Care
  • Conduct research in quality improvement

Proposals are due February 3, 2014, with notification of awards by April 1, 2014 and anticipated project start date of July 1, 2014.

Grant information and application materials are posted here.

Contact , IHQI Director of Operations, for more information.

 

Upcoming Quality Institute workshops presented by Charlotte AHEC:

Charlotte AHEC QI