We want every faculty member in Family Medicine and Community Health to feel fiercely claimed and supported by our department. Our people are our greatest asset and we’re committed to being strong advocates to make sure each faculty member has excellent mentorship, sponsorship and coaching in their academic and scholarly pursuits. We aim for development to be continuous and iterative and while documented in the annual review process, that should not be the only conversations you are having with your advisor (division chief or designee) about your plans. If you’re ever feeling stuck, reach out for help, I’m here for you.
Gregory Sawin MD, MPH
Associate Professor and Vice Chair for Education & Faculty Development
Family Medicine and Community Health faculty and staff may become members of Duke Academy for Health Professions Education and Academic Development (Duke AHEAD), which promotes excellence in the education of health professionals by creating a community of education scholars, fostering innovation in health professions education, supporting outstanding teachers, providing faculty development programs, and facilitating quality education research.
Faculty may take advantage of the School of Medicine's Office for Faculty Development, which serves as a resource for faculty at all levels.