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About the Office for Community Faculty

Contact Us

Office for Community Faculty
505-272-4129
ocf@salud.unm.edu

Faculty Resources

The Office for Community Faculty is a one-stop-shop for our very generous and highly regarded community faculty to connect with learners in all of the UNM School of Medicine’s disciplines.

This allows faculty to provide the highest quality community-based education by sharing their knowledge, experiences, skills and abilities with our students in a wide variety of practice environments throughout the state. As teachers and health care professionals, our community faculty play an important role in providing the best health care possible for all New Mexicans.


Vision

Helene Silverblatt, MD, Executive Director
Helene Silverblatt, MD
Executive Director

The UNM SOM Office for Community Faculty will support a community-based faculty program by providing the highest quality of medical and health science education to our learners while ensuring a professional, supportive and creative experience for all.

Mission

The UNM SOM Office for Community Faculty will establish and foster a seamless and meaningful experience across disciplines so that faculty and learners work together to improve health care in New Mexico.


Professional Development


Teaching with Limited Time, while providing Patient Care in the Outpatient Setting

Description: This self-paced, online module provides evidence-based approaches to efficiently integrating learners into your clinic, including demonstration of 6 strategies known to enhance medical student learning while minimizing impact on your delivery of care. Registrants should expect to spend about 2.5 hours to complete the entire module. The module can be completed in parts over any period of time.

To get an idea of how the online course works, watch this short Video. For more information about this workshop, download the workshop description [PDF].


Providing Feedback and Evaluating Learners

Description: Clinicians who serve as educators are required to evaluate the competency of learners and to provide them with feedback that improves their performance; this self-paced, online module provides the background and tools to accomplish both roles. Registrants should expect to spend about 1.5 – 2.0 hours to complete the entire module. The module can be completed in parts over any period of time.

To get an idea of how the online course works, watch this short Video. For more information about this workshop, download the workshop description [PDF].