General Faculty Development
The “Mapping the Landscape, Journeying
Together” project is an ongoing initiative of the Arnold P. Gold Foundation Research
After a successful first wave of this project with the 2013-2015 participants,
we are requesting proposals for a new set of rigorous reviews of literature
that use established methods of evidence synthesis to produce thoughtful
analysis and discussion of evidence relating to the practice or teaching of
We will give special consideration to projects that aim to do one or both of
Link humanistic care
and education practices with impact on the outcomes of patient experience of
care, quality of care, cost of care and provider or trainee burnout/wellness.
- Review and synthesize
studies that focus on implementation (translating research into practice).
Proposals are due by 11:59pm ET on July 17, 2015. Recipients will be notified of
decisions by August 21, 2015.
To learn more about proposal and submission guidelines, proposal criteria, suggested
reading, and the online submission system, visit: http://humanism-in-medicine.org/the-arnold-p-gold-foundation-research-institute/mapping-the-landscape-journeying-together/mtljt-rfp/
The NIH Lasker Clinical Research Scholars Program: A unique bridge for early stage clinical investigators
The National Institutes of Health, the nation's premier agency for biomedical and behavioral research, in partnership with the Lasker Foundation, is pleased to announce the Lasker Clinical Research Scholars Program, an historic "intramural-extramural" partnership to nurture the next generation of clinical researchers.
To apply: learn more at http://www.nih.gov/science/laskerscholar/. The deadline is August 27, 2015.
Science Fellowship The
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is pleased to
announce a call for nominations and applications for the 2016 Jefferson Science Fellows program. Initiated by the
Secretary of State in 2003, this fellowship program engages the American academic
science, technology, engineering and medical communities in the design and
implementation of U.S. foreign policy.
Jefferson Science Fellows (JSF) spend one year at the U.S. Department of State
or the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) for an on-site
assignment in Washington, D.C. that may also involve extended stays at U.S.
foreign embassies and/or missions.
The fellowship is open to tenured, or similarly ranked, academic scientists,
engineers and physicians from U.S. institutions of higher learning.
Nominees/applicants must hold U.S. citizenship and will be required to obtain a
The deadline for 2016-2017 program year applications/nominations is November
2, 2015. To learn more about the Jefferson Science Fellowship and to apply,
visit the JSF website at: http://sites.nationalacademies.org/pga/jefferson/index.htm
The JSF program is administered by the National Academies of
Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine and supported by the U.S. Department of
State and the United States Agency for International Development.
MedEdPORTAL® is a free online service provided by the Association of American Medical Colleges, which aims to equip healthcare professionals across the continuum with effective and efficient educational tools to improve patient care. The program recently released a brief video which describes its three services - Publications, iCollaborative and the CE Directory. Visit www.mededportal.org/about to view the video and share with others! For more information please contact one of MedEdPortal's Wake Forest representatives: the Faculty Mentor, Dr. Michael Hulme (firstname.lastname@example.org), the Director of the Faculty Program, Dr. Michael Fitch (email@example.com), or the Associate Editor for the Interprofessional Education Collaborative, Dr. Sonia Crandall (firstname.lastname@example.org). Dr. Hulme is also available to provide assistance to those interested in publishing their own material as a peer reviewed resource in publications, and strengthening their portfolio for promotion purposes.
P R I D E: PRograms to Increase
Diversity Among Individuals Engaged in Health-Related Research
Applications are being accepted for the
all-expense paid Summer Institute in Cardiovascular Genetic Epidemiology at
Washington University in St Louis, School of Medicine.
Eligible applicants are research-oriented junior-level
faculty members or transitioning post-doctorate trainees from minority groups
that are under-represented in the biomedical or health sciences, and are United
States Citizens or Permanent Residents. Research interests should be
compatible with those of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI)
in the prevention of treatment of heart, lung, blood, and sleep (HLBS)
disorders research; health disparities research; or relevant research
methodologies and approaches specific to these areas.
This mentored program will address the difficulties experienced by junior
investigators in establishing independent research programs and negotiating
through the academic ranks. The desired outcome is to improve the recruitment
and retention of faculty from disabled and underrepresented minority groups in
the study of heart, lung, blood, and sleep disorders.
Participants meet for 3-week sessions during two consecutive summers, with a
short mid-year visit and an Annual Meeting for all PRIDE Mentees and Mentors
across 6 programs and the NHLBI. The PRIDE program provides mentor-mentee
partnerships with matching based on common research interests.
For additional details about the PRIDE Program visit: http://www.biostat.wustl.edu/pridege/