The Instructor is responsible for supporting the education of medical students in interviewing and patient engagement, behavioral health, cultural proficiency, global health, and scholarship skills. The Instructor will have a significant role in grant-funded research and training activities, particularly with respect to behavioral health. The Instructor will work with the Department of Family Medicine, Division of Behavioral Health, Division of Research, and the Global Health Scholars program.This position does NOT involve serving as instructor of record for any course or curricular component.
Master's Degree in Clinical Counseling, Counselor Education or Social Work; Licensed as Professional Clinical Counselor with Supervision Designation (LPCC-S), or Social Work (LSW), State of Ohio. Employee must maintain a valid Ohio Driver's license at all times. Ability to drive to training sites.
Work effectively in a fast paced academic medicine environment. Display exceptional interpersonal skills as part of Department and Medical School teams. Work collaboratively with academic physicians. Work collaboratively with a wide range of clinical and non-clinical disciplines as needed with academic programs, global health initiatives, and research programs. Experience in training medical students and/or residents in interviewing skills, including motivational interviewing and SBIRT. Teaching experience in the health professions preferred. Experience with grant-funded research. Experience working with medical students participating in research. Be proficient in evidence-based assessment and intervention with psychosocial components of chronic illness and maladaptive health behaviors. Communicate effectively orally and in writing with leadership, students, residents, faculty, clinic personnel, patients, and family members. Be proficient in Microsoft Office products – Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Display strong time and project management skills. Demonstrate ability to work with diverse populations; demonstrate awareness and sensitivity to socio-ethnic and cultural communication styles.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
1.Perform education, training, leadership, and management functions with grant-funded programs of the Department of Family Medicine, emphasizing the achievement of grant deliverables. (50%) a.Grant-funded initiatives aimed at the improvement of clinical skills of medical students and residents will be the priority. b.Contribute to the dissemination of findings from grant-funded projects. c.Assist in the identification of new funding opportunities and in writing grant proposals. 2.Contribute instructional services to the Global Health Scholars program: (20%) a.Coordinate the scholarship component, including instruction of students regarding their scholarship. b.Foster research opportunities to improve program development. c.Provide clinical instruction support to Global Health Foundations 1 & 2 courses. d.Foster person-centered and culturally sensitive skills for students in the Global Health Scholars program throughout their experiences, including opportunities for debriefing of experiences both domestically and internationally. e.Respond to needs of the Global Health Scholars program as it continues to expand in numbers and travel sites. 3.Provide training to medical students, residents, and other students in the following areas: (10%) a.Motivational interviewing and SBIRT b.Behavioral health c.Medical interviewing d.Cultural proficiency 4.Provide program development and instructional design services as needed for responsibilities and activities of the Department of Family Medicine, including online platforms where appropriate. (10%) 5.Contribute to the unfunded scholarly activity of the Department of Family Medicine with medical students, residents and faculty: (10%) a. Assist with the development and completion of scholarly projects, including dissemination of findings. b.Foster development of the research program with residents completing their capstone scholarly projects. Provide instruction regarding research requirements at WSU. 6. Other duties as assigned.
General office. Some driving to training sites.
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