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Teaching Service

Anesthesiology Faculty are expected to be effective teachers for our students and residents in both the classroom and clinical environment. The OR environment can be especially challenging given the acuity of situations which arise, and time constraints.  All faculty are expected to utilize the link which instructs on strategies and methods to maximize teaching effectiveness of our students in the clinical environment.  Other online resources to enhance your teaching and assessment skills may be found at . On our campus we have courses and conferences that are provided to enhance faculty teaching skills.  They may be found on the Faculty Development Series page.  The department will also offer conferences that focus on teaching skills, and will support efforts to enhance your teaching skills.  You are encouraged to review with your mentor or the Chair available opportunities to enhance your skills.

Anesthesiology Expectations for Teaching Service

Teaching achievements appropriate to the field of expertise

Early Career, i.e., assistant professor level activities:

  • Lecturing to medical students, residents, and peers
  • Teaching in patient care environments,
  • Presenting patient conferences, grand rounds, and similar sessions
  • Organizing  journal clubs
  • Advising individual students and learners
  • Preparing and delivering presentations at annual anesthesia conference.

Mid Career, i.e., associate professor level activities:

  • Developing and participating in teaching of major components of courses (medical student, resident,, or CME courses)
  • Sustained and substantial teaching in patient care settings
  • Developing significant educational and curricular materials (e.g., syllabi, curricular objectives, teaching cases, software)
  • Advising, mentoring and/or providing career guidance to significant numbers of learners.

Established Career, i.e.,  full professor level of activities

  • Supervising or coordinating teaching by others (e.g. course director, residency program director)
  • Developing a course, curricular materials, or evaluation resources/techniques that are used regionally or nationally
  • Playing a major role in the organization, implementation and evaluation of a regional or national educational activity
  • Supervising an educational program for a regional or national audience
  • Writing or editing textbooks or equivalent resources adopted by other institutions
  • Acting as an education consultant to national bodies or a reviewer for national grants in education
  • Participation in developing national examinations, standards, or resources for medical education (including specialty-specific).

To Be Completed by Faculty Member:
When you complete Section 1. Teaching of the Annual Faculty Assessment Summary Form the following questions must be completed:

  • Goals and Objectives for the past calendar year
  • Faculty Member’s Self-Assessment for past calendar year as related to “Goals and Objectives”.  (Include Honors, if any)
  • Goals and objectives for the future year:

Consider the following activities when you complete your three questions:

  • Clinical teaching activities
  • Didactic teaching activities
  • Medical school teaching,
  • Resident teaching
  • Local KC metropolitan area teaching
  • Regional teaching
  • State of Kansas teaching
  • Planning courses of instruction
    • University
    • Regional            
    • National or International
  • Publications on teaching topics
  • Individualized training
  • Faculty Member’s Honors regarding teaching activities
Last modified: Mar 13, 2019
School of Medicine Resources

Faculty Development

Faculty Training Calendar

Mentoring Towards Promotion and/or Tenure (P&T)
The School of Medicine provides resources regarding Promotion and Tenure (P&T) so that a faculty member can see at-a-glance the expectations detailed in the official SOM Handbook, such as: 

At-a-Glance Resources

Definitive Resources

Visit the SOM Faculty Mentoring web site for more details.