Stanford Faculty Development Center for Medical Teachers  

Application & Admission to Facilitator Training

2014 Course
Program Dates Application
Deadline
Notification
to Applicants
Clinical Teaching Oct 5-30, 2015 June 1, 2015 July 1, 2015
Who Should Apply

The programs are designed for physician faculty with full- or part-time appointments in residency training programs and/or medical schools in the U.S. or other countries.

Attendance in each program is limited to six participants.

If interested, please provide us with your contact information so we can follow up with you.

How to Apply

Please submit (1) a letter describing yourself and your institution, and (2) letters of support from both your Division Chief and Department Chair. You should address the following issues in your letter:

  1. the length of time you have been on the faculty;
  2. how the faculty development program would fit into your career goals;
  3. your interest in pursuing research activities in the field of medical education;
  4. those faculty and residents at your institution who would be affected by the training;
  5. institutional support available at the divisional and departmental levels for the training and associated research activities in which you would be involved (e.g., recruitment of seminar participants, photocopying training materials, administering questionnaires);
  6. the availability of financial support for the training.

Please send all application letters and other correspondence to:

Georgette A. Stratos, Ph.D.
Stanford Faculty Development Center
700 Welch Road, Suite 310B
Palo Alto, CA 94304-1809
Phone: (650) 725-8802
Fax: (650) 725-1675


Program Costs
Registration Fee:

The institutions of faculty selected for the month-long training programs are asked to pay a fee of $12,500. This will cover training-related expenses. Transportation, housing and food are not included.

Lodging Expenses:

Approximately $150 per night based on previous years
 
 

 

Last modified 09.29.2014

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