The Assistant Dean of Clinical Affairs should have an informed vision of what skills, expertise and knowledge will be needed by the osteopathic physician of the future and the curriculum needed to provide these. The Assistant Dean of Clinical Affairs, working with the Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs and the Clinical Affairs department, will have exceptional interpersonal skills to successfully work with a variety of professionals in growing, leading, and improving the clinical experiences for third- and fourth-year medical students. Responsibility is for the entire clinical education curriculum and the Assistant Dean of Clinical Affairs will work closely with senior administrative collaborators, such as the Assistant Dean of GME and the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs.
Assist the Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs (ADCA) in curricular design, analysis and improvement for clinical education.
Oversee, with the ADCA, the quality and improvement of the clinical educational programs to assure their effectiveness.
Focus on growing clinical clerkship opportunities for ICOM students.
Collaborate to develop and monitor faculty development for clinical preceptors.
Assist students in developing strategies for successful GME placement through student education and faculty advising.
Provide leadership for the clinical coordinators and directors.
Communicate with ICOM clinical hubs on a variety of issues, including curriculum development issues, course delivery, exam policies, faculty development, and rotation schedules.
Develop additional clinical hubs in alignment with ICOM’s mission.
Follow, accomplish and report on Strategic Planning goals.
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