Listed below are several links to sites of interest to medical school faculty. We are anxious to expand this list using your suggestions.
MEDICAL MATRIX -comprehensive site with links related to 57 specialties/subspecialties, multiple disease sites, clinical practice, literature, education, healthcare, medical computing, internet and technology
MEDICAL EDUCATION ONLINE - electronic journal that serves as a forum for disseminating information regarding educating physicians and other health professionals
RETHINKING MEDICAL EDUCATION - presents information and resources to help medical educators enhance their instructional, leadership and research skills
RURAL HEALTH - offers news releases relating to rural health topics, search capability for the Journal of Rural Health, educational opportunities for rural health professionals, links to other sources of information on rural health
NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH - NIH calendar of events, health information, funding opportunities, scientific resources, NIH research training opportunities
ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE ONLINE - abstracts and summaries of peer-reviewed articles
OFFICE OF RESEARCH ON WOMEN'S HEALTH (ORWH) - provides information related to ORWH efforts to improve the health of women through biomedical and behavioral research
CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION - health data statistics, funding opportunities, health topics A-Z (Ex.: Anthrax-Zoster), press releases, travelers' health information
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH - comprehensive site providing a wealth of information, conference preceedings, research activities and pertinent links
ONCOLINK - UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA CANCER CENTER - information relating to clinical trials, causes, screening, prevention, global resource links for cancer information, FAQ's, conferences and meetings, financial issues for patients
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CHILD HEALTH AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT - archive of news releases, information of funding for scientific research, clinical trial information, scientific publications, pediatric Pharmacology Network
We hope the Faculty Development Website will become even more useful and grow as a result of your ideas and suggestions. If you have suggestions for additions to this list that might be of interest to your colleagues, please contact us
with those suggestions. If you find one of the above links is no longer working, please report it so we can fix it.
Last Update: 7/16/2015