Faculty Scholarly Activity
ACGME Faculty Scholarly Activity – Scholarship must be demonstrated by the program director and all program faculty as a whole for a five-year interval in at least three of the following domains:
- Research in basic science, education, translational science, patient care, or population health.
- Peer-reviewed grants.
- Quality improvement and/or patient safety initiatives.
- Systematic reviews, meta-analyses, review articles, chapters in medical textbooks, or case reports.
- Creation of curricula, evaluation tools, didactic educational activities, or electronic educational materials.
- Contribution to professional committees, educational organizations, or editorial boards.
- Innovations in education.
What is Considered Faculty Scholarly Activity?
Participation within and external to the residency program by the following methods:
- Peer-reviewed publication
- Grand rounds presentation
- Poster presentation
- Workshop presentation
- Quality improvement presentation
- Podium presentation
- Grants for which faculty member had a leadership role (PI, Co-PI, or site director)
- Non-peer-reviewed print or electronic resource development
- Articles or publications
- Book chapters
- Webinar presentation
- Service on a professional committee
- Serving as a journal reviewer, journal editorial board member, or journal editor
Faculty Requirement: All faculty must participate in scholarly activity methods in addition to peer-reviewed publications.
Faculty are encouraged to assist residents in the completion of their scholarly activity project, preferably serving in a leadership capacity (PI/co-PI). Educational content on the research process and patient safety/quality improvement is provided by KCU-GME Coordinators of Scholarly Activity and Quality and Safety Education during resident didactic time. For more information, faculty can contact email@example.com.