Instructional Activities

Outside these clinical teaching activities, the faculty members serve as course directors, facilitators, or instructors in a variety of medical school and public health courses, including Introduction to Medical Interviewing, Advanced Medical Interviewing, Methods and Logic in Medicine, Pediatric Advanced Physical Exam, and courses in community-partnered research.  

Faculty members serve as advisors and mentors to medical students, residents, fellows, and graduate students from several different departments and schools including family practice, obstetrics/gynecology, internal medicine, public health, education, social work, nursing, and pharmacy. Other teaching activities include presenting noon conferences for residents and students, as well as mentoring research projects for fellows, residents, and students.  

Faculty members provide clinical teaching to the residents and fellows on a rotating basis. Elizabeth Miller, MD, PhD, FSAHM is responsible for teaching school health and trauma-informed care to the pediatric residents during their Community Health and Advocacy rotation.