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Extramural and Intramural Service

Anesthesiology Expectations for Extramural and Intramural Service

Include indications of recognition and extramural scholarly contributions that enhance the University’s reputation.

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

  • Clinical competence and demonstrated potential for excellence in area of expertise
  • Contributions to collaborative team efforts in clinical or scientific activities
  • Local consulting in area of expertise
  • Participation on clinically-related committees of the School of Medicine and related organizations/institutions
  • Advisor/expert consultant to State government and regional organizations
  • Participation in student/trainee-centered activities
  • Recruitment, interviewing, of trainees

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

  • Leadership role in appropriate committees or groups related to clinical services research
  • Outreach from University to local community.
  • Leadership role/chair of major committees of professional medical organizations on a regional or national basis
  • Spokesperson for the School of Medicine or University in areas of expertise 

Established CAREER, i.e., full professor level activities:

  • Requires demonstration of significant, prestigious activities at the national or international level
  • Selection to review panels & editorial boards
  • Organized scholarly meetings
  • Reviewing manuscript
  • Legislative committee
  • Policy/standards development
  • Service as expert for media
  • Active participation in professional medical organizations
  • Chair/leadership role on committee developing national standards in area of expertise
  • Leadership role in national or international professional medical organization

To Be Completed by Faculty Member

When you complete Section 4. Extramural and Intramural Service of the Annual Faculty Assessment Summary Form the following questions must be completed:

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

Consider the following activities when you complete your three questions:

  • Community activities
  • Activities related to specialty regionally, nationally or internationally
  • Regional or national activities
  • Reviewer for national journals
  • Editorial Boards

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Last modified: Mar 13, 2019
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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: 

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