Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC)The Association of American Medical Colleges is a nonprofit association of medical schools, teaching hospitals, and academic societies. The AAMC seeks to improve the nation's health by enhancing the effectiveness of academic medicine.
The AAMC offers a variery of workshops geared towards professional development. For example:
- Physician Workforce Research Conference
- Careers in Medicine Professional Development Conference
- Executive Development Seminar for Associate Deans/Department Chairs
For full listing of all of the programs, go to: https://www.aamc.org/meetings/.
Harvard Medical School Office for Faculty Affairs
Members of the Office for Faculty Affairs regularly give presentations on the promotion process and the Faculty of Medicine CV guidelines. Many of these presentations are open to all HMS/HSDM faculty members regardless of their affiliation. The list below is regularly updated and subject to change.
Harvard Macy Institute
The Harvard Macy Institute brings together health care professionals, educators, and leaders to discuss the critical challenges of the day and design innovative solutions that have a lasting impact on the way medicine is practiced and students are educated. The goal is to foster transformative learning experiences that prepare the Harvard Macy scholars to lead institutional change as well as discover and harness new perspectives which may contribute to their professional growth.
HSPH Executive and Continuing Professional Education
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Executive and Continuing Professional Educationcourses inform the current generation of global health leaders and educate those ready to take on leadership positions in health care and public health around the world. ECPE courses are directed and taught by faculty from Harvard University. Our engaging, applied programs for individuals and organizations are designed to ensure close interaction between Harvard faculty and course participants through case studies, workshops, and small group discussions. As a result, you will leave Harvard having developed a global network of peers you can rely on as you advance your career, your organization, and outcomes for the populations you serve.
Massachusetts General Hospital