University of Iowa Health Care implemented a Conflict of Interest/Conflict of Commitment policy on July 1, 2009. All eligible faculty and staff members must disclose external relationships.
The Division of Continuing Medical Education is committed to strengthening the knowledge and clinical practice expertise of physicians in a rapidly evolving health care environment.
The mission of the Hardin Library is to disseminate health sciences information to the students, faculty and staff of the University of Iowa in support of education, research, and health care, and to preserve the scholarly record for the future.
The MedVision communication system utilizes LCD monitors throughout the College to broadcast important information. Information may be uploaded and scheduled for display. Individuals on the Carver College of Medicine Campus may also view the posted announcements online.
The Office of Consultation and Research in Medical Education (OCRME) provides coordination of services and products that support curriculum development, faculty development, measurement, evaluation and educational research.
The Office of Faculty Affairs and Development provides support and advocacy for the growth and development of faculty in their chosen areas of teaching, research, clinical care, service, and/or administration.
The Office of Information Technology provides support in the coordination or creation of appropriate I.T. solutions for the College community. The Office oversees project management, consulting, desktop support, classroom and meeting technologies, web and graphic design.
The Office of Human Resources assists staff, administrators and faculty in identifying and developing innovative and responsive solutions to human resource and workforce development needs.
The Office of Statewide Clinical Education Programs (OSCEP) coordinates the College's community-based medical education, involving medical students, residents and physician assistant students.
The Office of Research is charged with providing and coordinating resources for College investigators in both clinical and basic research endeavors. The Office of Scientific Affairs also provides administrative support for the College's graduate programs.
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