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Faculty: Teaching

Resources to help you become oriented to and familiar with Duke Medicine.

Teaching at Duke

The Teaching Resources guide offers a wide variety of resources to support your teaching and work as an educator. Created by Duke's Consortium for Health Professions Educators to support health professions faculty and instructors at Duke in their efforts to enhance their pedagogical knowledge and skills, the guide provides links to information and internal and external resources to help faculty in many areas of education and teaching.

The School of Medicine has developed a set of links and resources that includes instructions on submitting grades as well as other useful resources.

Duke Health has also created an academy for educators.  Duke AHEAD (Academy for Health Professions Education and Academic Development) is open to all faculty and professional staff involved in the education of health professions learners.  Join Duke AHEAD to network with colleagues, explore educational issues, and continue your development as an educator.

Mentoring Third Year Medical Students in Research Experience

The Third Year Website  describes the Duke's unique third-year research and scholarly experience, providing timelines, checklists, and information on study program tracks and mentors. If you are intersted in becoming a mentor, please contact the appropriate study program director for more details.

Clinical Teaching

Many clinical departments have specific procedures and policies governing the teaching of medical students and residents.  Below is some general information, but you should check with your department for specific details of your teaching role.

Duke has several teaching sites.  The Health System's Intranet provides general information on the various Duke facilities that support clinical training.  (requires a NetID and password)

Residents and students also have rotations at the Durham VA Medical Center.  Check with your department about the special requirements for that teaching site.



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This page is maintained by the Duke Medical Center Library & Archives.

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