Medical school faculty in many venues, to a variety of audiences, using a variety of techniques.  Frequently, faculty perform these tasks and consider them “add-ons” to real work, rather than valuable contributions to the institutions or community. Document/track your teaching activities both in terms of quantity and quality

Direct teaching: lectures, small group teaching, PBL, grandrounds, CME talks, laboratory and research based teaching, supervision of clinical activities of students, residents, fellows, procedural skills teaching, preceptorships, etc. List by level (fellows, residents, medical students, graduate students etc.)

  1. Advising and Mentoring


During the course of your career in academia, you will undoubtedly have the responsibility of being advisor and mentor to many students, residents, fellows, and junior faculty. Although it is a rewarding part of your job, this is a time-consuming commitment. It is important that you document the time involved, a description of the capacity in which you served as an advisor or mentor, and the outcome for that student or fellow.  Provide a list of mentees with description and duration of mentoring activities as listed in the following grid