KCU Faculty ensure the curriculum of each graduate course achieves the goals of the University's graduate degree program by developing, implementing, and delivering quality curriculum for the course.
Conducts graduate level courses in the field of osteopathic medicine.
Areas of instruction include the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, preventative medicine, medical specialties, and patient interaction.
Provides patient care and student instruction in KCU affiliated clinical practice setting(s).
May be responsible for preparing and delivering lectures and leading classroom discussions.
May administer and grade examinations.
Advises and mentors students.
May conduct scholarly activity, research, and/or case studies in field of interest and publish or present findings..
Provides service to the department and the University.
May offer independent study opportunities to students.
DO or MD degree from an accredited institution
Successfully completed professional training or acquired equivalent experience in a clinical field commensurate with their assigned duties
Must be board certified in family medicine (FM)
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About Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCUMB)
For nearly 100 years, Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences has been committed to a primary purpose – the education and training of caring, compassionate osteopathic physicians. Today, that purpose has grown to include training students in bioethics and biomedical sciences. At KCU, we: - Provide the second-largest number of physicians in Missouri and Kansas - Alleviate physician workforce shortages nationally, with 58 percent of our more than 7,100 practicing alumni in primary care specialties - Deliver much-needed medical care in underserved areas, with 19 percent of alumni practicing in rural care nationwideLearn more at www.kcumb.edu.