The Dean’s Office of Health Care Excellence and Organizational Enrichment strives to enhance a culture of excellence and a safe environment, where all individuals, experiences and differences are welcomed, valued and respected at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville. This will be supported by ensuring all faculty receive ongoing training in cultural competency, humility & psychological safety. The Associate Dean for Health Care Excellence and Organizational Enrichment works closely with the Office of Educational Affairs (OEA) to offer an ongoing faculty development curriculum designed to eliminate health disparities by ensuring knowledge in cultural humility and to support responsiveness to the larger context and system of health care, including the social determinants of health, as well as the ability to effectively utilize other community resources to provide excellent health care.
UF Health Office of Training and Development
The Dean’s Office for Heath Care Excellence and Organizational Enrichment will work closely with the UF Health Office on Training and Development to provide the opportunity for faculty, residents and allied health professionals for leadership development programs:
- STEP – Support Tomorrow’s Emerging Performers: Cohort Program, open applications
- STRIVE – Demonstrated leadership growth and capability: Self-Guided Program and all are welcome; open registration for classes
- LEAP – Leadership, Excellence, Action, Partnership: Cohort Program; Nominations are by Senior/Executive Leaders
In addition, The Dean’s Office for Health Care Excellence and Organizational Enrichment will work closely with the UF Health Office on Training and Development to provide the opportunity for faculty, residents and allied health professionals for Mentoring. MentorcliQ will be used, which is a mentoring software solution that helps organizations launch, support, and grow high impact employee mentoring programs. Its approach drives employee participation and satisfaction through an engaging user experience and supporting training resources. It also offers measurement of time spent in mentoring, goals achieved, and user satisfaction with the mentoring program.
The website for the UF Health Office of Training and Development is available only for physicians and staff. If you are not accessing this website from your user account on campus, please note you will need to sign in using your network login (the same one used to access your workstation/pc on campus) to access this information.