To assist the Anti-Oppressive Curriculum Leadership, we are recruiting for seven additional Curricular Component Liaisons (CCL) to work with the AOC leadership to further develop, refine and implement the Anti-Oppressive curriculum. These positions will cover 20% salary support for two years for each CCL. Each faculty lead will be assigned to collaborate with current curricular leaders to design an anti-oppressive and anti-racist model for at least one component in each phase of the Bridges Curriculum (e.g. pre-clerkship Foundations 1, and clerkships Foundations 2) for the main UCSF program as well as the regional campuses at UC Berkeley and UCSF-Fresno-UC Merced.
Ideal candidates will have previous experience developing and implementing curricula, especially related to anti-racism and/or other forms of anti-oppression and a passion toward at least one area in social justice, diversity/equity/inclusion, and/or anti-racism/anti-oppression in medicine and/or medical education. Individuals who have not yet participated in the Teaching Scholars Program (TSP) will participate in the ACY 21-22 TSP cohort to optimize their educational leadership skills.
Medical Education at UCSF is committed to recruiting faculty that come from underrepresented groups in medicine and to increasing opportunities for faculty to develop their educational leadership skills. Note, to preserve parity, faculty educators cannot be funded by more than 40% on UME medical education funds.
Thank you for your continued support of the School’s education mission.
John Davis, PhD, MD
Associate Dean for Curriculum
UCSF School of Medicine