at University of Illinois at Chicago in Peoria, Illinois, United States
Asst/Assoc/Prof-Academic Medical Hematologist/Oncologist - Internal Medicine
Hiring Department: Medicine
Location: Peoria, IL USA
Requisition ID: 1020077
Posting Close Date: 10/20/2023
The Department of Medicine at the University of Illinois
College of Medicine at Peoria seeks an academic medical oncologist and/or
hematologist to join a growing department known for innovative educational
programs. This is a part time position
dedicated to the development and maintenance of a new, non-ACGME accredited
Oncology Hospitalist Fellowship program and to the training and curriculum of
Internal Medicine Residents in Hematology and Oncology. The position requires experience and
knowledge of regulations governing resident/fellow education. The candidate will teach fellows, residents
and medical students at a 650-bed, tertiary care, academic medical center. Peoria is a mid-sized city ideal for
convenient living while still close to major metropolitan centers. Candidate must be Board Certified in Internal
Medicine and/or Hematology or Oncology.
Duties include the supervision of resident/fellow physicians, curriculum development, fellow recruitment, resident/fellow evaluation, resident/fellow coaching, fellow remediation, and coordination of the teaching activities of volunteer faculty members for the Oncology Hospitalist Fellowship.
Duties & Responsibilities
Fellow/Resident/Student Education Duties:
Assist in oversight of curricular content development and maintenance for the Oncology Hospitalist Fellowship Program at UICOMP
Assist the IM Residency Subspecialty Education Coordinator in developing the educational content and curriculum for Hematology and Oncology with the goal of excellent resident education for Internal Medicine Hematology and Oncology teaching assignments.
Prepare and lead resident conferences on hematology and oncology topics in rotation with other faculty attending physicians
Provide at least one Grand Rounds lecture yearly upon request
Work with the Department Research Director to increase resident/fellow scholarly productivity through clinical research, case reports, poster presentations, clinical vignettes, etc.
Duties include the supervision of resident/fellow physicians, curriculum development, fellow recruitment, resident/fellow evaluation, resident/fellow coaching, fellow remediation, and coordination of the teaching activities of volunteer faculty members for the Oncology Hospitalist Fellowship
Administer and maintain an educational environment conducive to education
Oversee and ensure the quality of didactic and clinical education in all sites where the oncology hospitalist fellows receive training
Recruit, evaluate, remediate, promote, graduate, or terminate oncology hospitalist fellows
Collaborate with Program Directors of other resident and fellowship training programs in the Department of Medicine and across all UICOMP programs as needed
Report on fellow performance to the Clinical Competence Committee
Participate in and write reports and policies/processes relevant to the Oncology Hospitalist Fellowship
Participate in performance improvement projects relevant to the Hematology/Oncology curriculum
Participate in university and/or hospital committees
Other duties as assigned and appropriate to advance the mission of the Department of Medicine
Perform duties in a manner that complies with all applicable standards, rules, policies, and regulations of the hospital, University of Illinois, Joint Commission, and applicable local, state, and federal regulations
Perform other related duties and participate in special projects as assigned.
Requires medical doctorate (MD or DO)
Requires certification by the American Board of Internal Medicine and/or American Board of Oncology and/or HematologyPreferred Qualifications
Preference given to candidates with experience as core faculty in ACGME accredited training programs
Preference given to candidates with research experience leading to publications
Preference given to candidates with administrative or leadership experience related to academic medicine
consideration please submit your application by 8/14/2023 at:
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