TUCOM offers A complete Faculty Development Program and Continuing Medical Education for Clinicians and Allied Health Workers
Competency Based Faculty Development
Our Clinical Faculty Development Program is a key part of the TUCOM Competency Based Faculty Development Program. We believe the clinical portion of our program is essential to support our clinical and adjunct faculty in their roles as teachers, mentors, and leaders to our students. Our program promotes professional advancement in educational and leadership skills, as well as personal development. Many offerings in our Clinical Faculty development include both AMA and AOA CME credits for participating faculty. We offer live, remote and asynchronous learning opportunities. Faculty interested in further developing their academic skills are also welcome to attend our Core Faculty academic sessions on campus and remotely when offered. Additionally, we actively strive to help clinical sites meet ACCGME Common Core guidelines for faculty development, systems based practice and quality improvement, practiced based learning and improvement, professionalism and leadership and academic learning.
Core Competencies for medical Educators
The faculty development program, like our medical student training, is based on a curricular framework of six core competencies. Topics of learning are divided into four main learning areas. The key learning areas are aligned with the 6 core competencies of faculty development.
Teaching doctors to be better teachers, so their students can be better doctors
Meeting ACGME requirements
Our online and in person events allow your program to meet acreditation requirements
Faculty Development Program Mission
In keeping with the mission of TUCOM, the Faculty Development Program has been designed to enrich the experience of the faculty who seek to prepare our osteopathic students. The faculty development program offers opportunities for professional advancement in academic medicine, research, scholarship, communication, professionalism, leadership, and medical knowledge. Additionally, the program recognizes and supports adult development, collaborative learning, and service.
TUCOM Program Mission
The Mission of Touro University Osteopathic Medicine Program is to prepare students to become outstanding osteopathic physicians who uphold the values, philosophy and practice of osteopathic medicine and who are committed to primary care and the holistic approach to the patient. The program advances the profession and serves its students and society through innovative pre-doctoral and post-doctoral education, research, community service, and multidisciplinary and osteopathic clinical services.
Calendar of Events
View our Calendars of events:
Visit our CME center and access upcoming events and online continuing education:
Touro University California College of Osteopathic Medicine is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association to provide osteopathic continuing medical education for physicians.
Touro University California College of Osteopathic Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council For Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Your Support Team
The Office of the Senior Associate Dean and the Clinical Education Department have the resources you need to become a TUCOM affiliate site, a preceptor, or engage in professional development and get CME for teaching or attending sessions. If you aren’t sure who to reach out to, just send us an email and we’ll get you to the person who can help.