Innovative and effective education programs are essential to prepare students, residents, and pediatricians to address the dynamic social and health environment facing children. Often the medical education mission is undervalued for faculty advancement and under resourced to support educators. This conversation discusses how members of the Child Health Advisory Council advanced their medical education programs.
The Child Health Advisory Council™ experts offer insight on why philanthropy is a must have, not a nice-to-have in any academic leadership search process. In this discussion, you’ll learn the four types of philanthropy and how this plays into the development process. You’ll also hear about how incorporating philanthropy in the search process better prepares candidates for their role and demonstrates institutional commitment to their success.
In this latest discussion, the Child Health Advisory Council™ breaks down how to effectively integrate community engagement as a key strategic component of your faculty leadership, and even general faculty, recruitment processes. Whether as interviewer, dinner host, group participant, the Council discusses how involving outside parties such as community pediatricians, parental advisory groups and mental health professionals, can more effectively assist you in attracting top 1% talent and providing added value in your community engagement and philanthropic missions.