Dr. Warren

This component is designed to give fellows the tools they need to succeed in future leadership roles.

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Teaching & Learning

Evan Teaching Resident

Learn the best ways to engage medical students & residents in active learning.



Fellowship Collaborative Group

This component teaches fellows to seek, weigh, formulate, and communicate knowledge of clinical practice.

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Program participants remain in their current faculty positions while spending six weeks throughout the year at the University of North Carolina campus in the Department of Family Medicine.

Following the opening session in Chapel Hill, fellows begin work on projects for each of the curriculum components.  These projects—completed at home programs—will allow fellows to apply the concepts and skills introduced in Chapel Hill to the realities of their own teaching, scholarship, administrative and patient care responsibilities.  The succeeding sessions in Chapel Hill will contain a balance between seminars that present additional materials from the year-long curriculum and opportunities for continuing feedback on progress on home-site projects.  This cycle concludes with a presentation of the curriculum project and in June with a formal Fellows’ Symposium where fellows present the year-long Scholarship project in a setting modeled after the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Research Forum.

The first June session begins with both outgoing and incoming fellows for invaluable networking time. During the weeks in Chapel Hill, sessions will be held, primarily in the William B. Aycock Family Medicine building, in each of the three focus areas:  Teaching & Learning, Scholarship, and Leadership.  There will be a few working lunches, informal gatherings, optional evening networking opportunities, and individualized mentoring sessions.  Our new "Coffee With" session features unique opportunities to have face time with Deans, Department Chairs, and other leaders in the healthcare industry and medical education to benefit from their experience and gain valuable insights into career development and leadership models in a casual environment conducive for asking questions.

On-Site Session Dates for 2018-2019
Wednesday, June 6, 2018 - Friday, June 15, 2018
Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Monday, March 4, 2019 - Friday, March 8, 2019
Monday, June 3, 2019- Thursday, June 6, 2019