Faculty Development

What is faculty development?  

Faculty development is a process by which faculty are guided and supported as they work systematically toward developing their skills in teaching, leadership, learner evaluation and assessment, engagement in research scholarly activities, and identification of ongoing professional development needs.

Our mission at DMNB is to facilitate an open and ongoing dialogue with all New Brunswick faculty to enhance and further develop skills required for the successful implementation and delivery of current medical and research-based Dalhousie Medical School curriculum.




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We Support New Brunswick Faculty By:  

Modes of Programming Delivery Include:

DMNB Faculty Development supports NB Faculty to build skills needed to function as a medical educator within their roles as:

  • Medical Expert
  • Communicator
  • Leader
  • Health Advocate
  • Scholar
  • Professional
Faculty development activities are successful when an individual faculty member's goals are being met while simultaneoulsy meeting the goals of the institution and its learners.
  • Identifying individual, site, and departmental faculty development needs
  • Developing programming to meet identified needs
  • Identifying and recruiting subject matter experts for delivery of faculty development topics
  • Planning, scheduling, advertising, and supporting delivering faculty development
  • Completing the application process for CME accreditation
  • Offering provincial faculty development networking opportunities
  • Providing face-to-face and online resources
  1. Group face-to-face sessions/videoconference sessions
  2. One-on-one sessions
  3. Online (recorded sessions, webinar)
  4. Recorded resources (videos, podcasts)

Find more learning opportunities on the main faculty development page.