Clinical excellence is central to the University of Minnesota’s land-grant mission to improve the lives of all Minnesotans. All three aspects of our purpose—education, clinical practice and research—are critical to the wellbeing and reputation of the Medical School. The clinician track is a unique way to be promoted, prompting a specialized set of processes and procedures for the faculty review.
Dossiers for the 2022-23 review period can begin being submitted on September 15, 2022. The final due date for dossiers is February 1, 2023.
As part of the promotion process on CT, we are asking for a set of evaluators (14-19) who are familiar with the candidate’s clinical work to evaluate them based on the ACGME list of clinical competencies (referenced in the CT statement).
Clinician Track and Departmental Criteria Statements
- Clinician Track Statement
- Departmental Criteria Statement:
- Biomedical Sciences
- Emergency Medicine
- Family Medicine and Biobehavioral Health (Duluth)
- Family Medicine and Community Health
- Laboratory Medicine and Pathology
- Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Women's Health
- Ophthalmology and Visual Neurosciences
- Orthopedic Surgery
- Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
- Radiation Oncology
- Rehabilitation Medicine
Resources, Policies, and Procedures
Forms and Templates
Medical School Curriculum Vitae Templates - Required for all Dossiers
- Metrics Resources
- External Review Resources
- Sample Letters
External Review Resources
- External Review & Evaluation Procedures
- Sample External Review List
- Guidance to help solicit requests for external reviewers
External reviews play a critical part in the review process for promotion. Please consider the following as reviews are solicited:
- A minimum of four letters (2 arms-length and no more than 2 non-arms length) are to submitted with each promotion dossier. To minimize service expectations for ourselves and our colleagues, please consider how many letters your unit needs to make a reasonable judgment in the review process. In general, including more than seven letters provides little additional value to the process, though there may be circumstances where that is warranted (such as with an interdisciplinary scholar, for example).
- Include a clear description of the reviewer’s relationship to the candidate.
- Do not ask external reviewers to compare the candidate to others in the field. Faculty members have different experiences and comparing faculty without knowing of those experiences can lead to an unfair process. Please focus on the individual's accomplishments and contributions to the field as they relate to their track statement.
- Do not ask reviewers to comment on whether or not the candidate would likely be tenured at their institution, as institutional expectations vary greatly.
- Do not ask reviewers to comment on teaching unless evidence is provided for them to assess. If teaching evidence is submitted, make sure to include evidence beyond SRTs.
Clinician Track Promotion Committee (CTPC)
- Oyedele Adeyi, MD, Co-Chair, Professor, Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathology
- David Beebe, MD, Professor, Department of Anesthesiology
- Sarah Benish, MD, FAAN, Associate Professor, Department of Neurology
- Stephen Contag, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Women's Health
- Amy Esler, PhD, LP, Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics
- John Fischer, MD, FACOG, Professor, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Women's Health
- Caroline George, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics
- Elie Gertner, MD, Professor, Department of Medicine
- Hyun Kim, MD, Co-Chair, Associate Professor, Department of Medicine
- Michael Park, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Neurosurgery
- David Power, MBBS, MPH, Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
- Archana Ramaswamy, MD, Co-Chair, Professor, Department of Surgery
- Ganesh Raveendran, MD, MS, Professor, Department of Medicine
- Michelle Rheault, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics
- Steven Stovitz, MD, MS, Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
- Marc Tompkins, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
- Connie Wang, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Medicine
- Doug Whiteside, PhD, Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
- Yasuko Yamamura, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Women's Health
- Alexandra (Sasha) Zagoloff, PhD, LP, Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry