NOSM Contributions Dossier
The following form is designed to assist you in documenting your contributions to the Northern Ontario School of Medicine and to assist the NOSM Stipendiary Promotions Committee and the Section Chairs with their evaluation of your promotion application and/or eligibility for reappointment. Please be advised that you will have to save your work in this document and then submit it to email@example.com.
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NOSM Curriculum Vitae
The following template is a tool for NOSM faculty members to assist them in developing and maintaining their Curriculum Vitae. Please keep in mind that this is a comprehensive template to be used as a guideline only. Please do not feel obligated to complete every section of this template. Please complete the sections that apply to you.
Clinical Services Divisional Meetings
The upcoming Clinical Sciences Division Meetings are as follows:
- Tuesday, October 1, 2019
- Tuesday, December 3, 2019
All meetings are from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. EST.
If you are unable to participate in person, you may choose to join by either:
Teleconference/Webex – If you wish to phone in, please contact Faculty Affairs (firstname.lastname@example.org) at least five business days prior to the scheduled date in order for the necessary arrangements to be made (late requests will not be able to be processed due to the complexity of scheduling).
As NOSM embarks on its new Strategic Plan, the Research Support Group (RSG) at NOSM has been created to assist all faculty, including clinical faculty and NOAMA grantees, as they embark on new research endeavours, create new projects and teams, and inspire to conduct research that is from the north and by the north.
For more information, please visit the Research Support Group section of our website.
Determining Continuing Medical Education Needs
Did you know…
Every Scientific Planning Committee is responsible for creating a needs assessment that underpins the educational content.
A needs assessment is:
- A method of defining the gap (the “need”) between what is, and what should be.
- A set of evidence that demonstrates why the educational program is necessary.
- A crucial part of the educational planning cycle.