The Department of Medicine faculty survey is conducted once every two-three years, as part of a longitudinal plan to monitor faculty academic culture, or, colloquially, general happiness. Knowing what “works” and what doesn’t for our faculty members assists the department in determining where change is needed.
Participation in this survey is voluntary, and the information collected is treated in strict confidence. Survey data is securely collected, merged with departmental census demographic information, and stripped of personally identifying information for analysis and storage. Analysis is conducted anonymously and in aggregate only.
Chair's Column: Results from the 2019 Faculty Survey
Chair's Columns: Results from the 2017 Faculty Survey
|Fostering a Climate of Inclusiveness and Civility||Career Satisfaction and Work-Life Integration||Research Autonomy and Project Support|
|Teaching and Education||Mentorship||Clinicians in Quality & Innovation|