Published Research

The Office of Faculty Affairs conducts research to assess the environment and the effectiveness of change on climate, behavior, retention, and faculty success. We have conducted nationally recognized presentations and published peer-reviewed research on faculty in Health Sciences.

Nationally Recognized Presentations

Using Climate Data to Drive Strategic Decision Making in Academic Health Sciences
AAMC Presentation - FINAL - 2016 04 14.pdf
AAMC Group on Business Affairs (GBA), Toronto, Canada, April 2016

 

Peer – Reviewed Publications

The Culture of Academic Medicine: Faculty Behaviors Impacting the Learning Environment (2016)
Acad Psych _ Culture of Academic Medicine.pdf

Measuring Faculty Retention and Success in Academic Medicine (2012)
Measuring_Faculty_Retention_and_Success_in 996011.pdf

A Conceptual Model for Faculty Development in Academic Medicine: The Underrepresented Minority Faculty Experience (2011)
JNMA Advancing Minority Faculty Published Article 9-10 2011.pdf

Increasing the Capacity of Health Sciences to Address Health Disparities (2009)
Increasing the Capacity of Health Sciences to Address Health Disparities.pdf

Retention of Junior Faculty in Academic Medicine at the University of California, San Diego (2009)
Retention_of_Junior_Faculty_in_Academic_Medicine.18.pdf

Career Experiences and Perceptions of Under Represented Minority Medicine School Faculty (2006)
Career Experiences and Preceptions.pdf

Improving the Retention of Under Represented Minority Faculty in Academic Medicine (2006)
Improving the Retention of URM Faculty in Academic Medicine.pdf

Facilitating Faculty Success: Outcomes and Cost Benefit of the UCSD National Center of Leadership in Academic Medicine (2004)
Facilitating_Faculty_Success__Outcomes_and_Cost.3.pdf

Development of Junior Faculty’s Self-Efficacy: Outcomes of a National Center of Leadership in Academic Medicine (2001)
Development of Junior Faculty.pdf

Innovative Mentoring Programs to Promote Gender Equity in Academic Medicine (2001)
Innovative_Mentoring_Programs_to_Promote_Gender.11.pdf