Profile of The Class of 2002 - UNC Health Care

2010 Fall Faculty Meeting William L. Roper, MD, MPH Dean, UNC School of Medicine Vice Chancellor for Medical Affairs CEO, UNC Health Care System October 27, 2010 Care Abroad Work with Malawi, led by the UNC Center for Infectious Diseases Research, strengthening health care systems, prevention, training and care http:// ing/malawi Being Known for Care

Nationally Tell our stories nationally to garner recognition Sustain and augment our leadership in health care Increased opportunities for research Donor funding Attract the best and brightest 90-day plan to elevate U.S. News rankings Care across our State Wake Heart & Vascular Associates Data Map

Demonstrates our systems strong ties to the communities we serve through employment, patient and charity care data Data Map Contact Stephanie Crayton in the News Office with your current patient/research stories from across the state [email protected] Organization Structure Revised organizational structure of the deans office

School of Medicine Expansion 2015 U.S. physician shortage is 2014 estimated More people willat more require medical than care as health 60,000 reform goes into doctors effect 2015 There will

be more than 30 percent more people over the age of 65 and they will require increased care for longer 2020 One-third of all U.S. physician

s are expected to retire School of Medicine Expansion Third- and fourth-year students can study at Carolinas Medical Center or Mission Hospital Foster interest in primary care in rural and underserved areas Charlotte http://news.unchealth meeting/charlottededi cation Asheville

http:// es/facultymeeting/ashevill eded Renewing Medical Student Education Establishment of Curriculum Committee Development of competency-based education Support for teaching LCME Visit Liaison Committee on Medical Education site visit in March 2012 Faculty self-study More than 130 faculty and students involved

Evaluating compliance with accreditation standards, medical student experience at UNC Self-study committee Executive committe e Institution al setting Educatio nal programs Medical students

Faculty Educatio nal resources Faculty Survey Results Conducted in summer 2010 Results from nearly 500 respondents Faculty Survey Results Three-fourths reported being satisfied or very satisfied Satisfied or Very Satisfied with their %job 0%

10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% Allied Health Sci...

Anesthesi... 90% 76% 50% Biochem & Bioph... 90% Cell & Developmenta... 73% Family Med... 88%

Med Neur... 81% 50% O 70% Otolaryng... 87% Pathology & La... Pedia...

81% 63% Psych... Radi... Su All Depart... 69% 61% 63% 73% Faculty Survey Results % Satisfied or Very Satisfied 100% 80%

60% 87% 75% 70% 64% 40% 20% 0% 32% 27% Leadership Team Meetings

Date Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 17 Nov. 19 Nov. 30 Time 1-2 p.m. 1-2 p.m. 8-9 a.m.

7-8 a.m. 8-9 a.m. Location Bondurant G030 Bondurant G030 Bondurant G030 Bondurant G030 Bondurant G010 Topic

Patient Care and Education Basic Science and Education Basic Science and Education Patient Care and Research Patient Care Questions?

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