In keeping with our mission to deliver the best emergency services to our patients, advance the field of emergency medicine and provide excellent education, we are committed to the development of our faculty. In this section there are several tools to facilitate in the development of our faculty in keeping with the guidelines of the School of Medicine and Saint Louis University.
National Development Resources
American College of Emergency Physicians Faculty Development Section
This section of the American College of Emergency Physicians website is intended to aid in the development of emergency physicians. It provides information and links regarding educational, administrative, research and professional skills.
American Association of Medical Colleges
The AAMC mission is to serve and lead the academic medicine community to improve the heath of all. The AAMC has extensive offerings related to faculty development in medical education.
AAMC MedEd Portal
As an internationally available free service, MedEdPortal facilitates sharing of high quality peer-reviewed educational material and promotes collaboration and educational scholarship across institutions.
CITI Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative
The CITI program is a subscription service providing research ethics education to all members of the research community.
Saint Louis University Faculty Development Resources
Saint Louis University School of Medicine Faculty Development
This resource is intended to communicate the faculty development plan for the School of Medicine. Several resources for leadership skills development and guidelines for teaching portfolios and CVs are presented.
Paul C. Reinert, S.J. Center for Teaching Excellence
The Reinert Center for Teaching Excellence is devoted to promoting quality teaching at Saint Louis University. The Center strives to accomplish this through a broad array of activities and resources.