Faculty Development

 

Message from the Chair

Anthony Viera

A career in academic medicine is a great way to blend our passions for patient care, teaching, community involvement, and scholarly activity. Through our faculty development activities, we aim to help all members of the department grow and achieve their goals. Promotion in the academic ranks is one way the university recognizes our accomplishments, and we want to help you along the way. The information on this page serve as a guide and resource. Several senior members of the department also stand ready to assist. I am always happy to meet with you, as well, to talk about your career and ways to help make sure you get where you want to go. Here's to what we can accomplish together!

Anthony J. Viera, MD, MPH
Professor and Chair

Appointments, Promotion, and Tenure

School of Medicine Office of Faculty Appointments, Promotion and Tenure

Please see School of Medicine's Office of Faculty Appointments, Promotion and Tenure.

Department of Family Medicine and Community Health Faculty Promotion Resources

 
Steps for Promotion
  1. Put CV in Duke format (Tips for Duke CV formatting)
  2. Intellectual Statement (Sample Intellectual Statement)
  3. Faculty Scholarship Grid
  4. Meet with Division Chief annually
  5. Establish five-year timeline
Additional Resources

Department CAP Committee Members

Patricia McKelvey Dieter, MPA, PA-C, Professor
Barbara L. Sheline, MD, MPH, Professor
Kathryn M. Andolsek, MD, MPH, Professor, Tenure
Truls Ostbye, MD, PhD, MPH, MBA, FFPH, Professor, Tenure
Blake R. Boggess, DO, CAQSM, Professor

Department APT Committee Members

Truls Ostbye, MD, PhD, MPH, MBA, FFPH, Professor, Tenure
Kathryn M. Andolsek, MD, MPH, Professor, Tenure
Patricia Gripka Moorman, PhD, MSPH, Professor, Tenure
George R. Parkerson Jr., MD, MPH, Professor, Tenure
Mary Story, PhD, RD, Professor, Tenure

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.