Continuing education and training opportunities in health services research and health policy are available to U-M faculty within IHPI, with a particular focus on early career faculty professional development.
Conceptualize Your Career Development & Impact
The Early Career Development Roadmap tool is designed to help early career faculty gain a better understanding of their potential career development trajectory.
IHPI / MICHR K Writing Workshop: The Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR) K Writing Workshop is a structured three-part program designed to assist early career faculty and fellows who are preparing competitive career development grant applications (NIH and VA CDA).
IHPI/CHOP K Mock Study Sections: IHPI, in collaboration with the Center for Healthcare Outcomes and Policy (CHOP), offers a K Mock Study Section Program to provide structured feedback to IHPI early career faculty members on their K-series or VA-equivalent career award proposals. The K mock study sections are designed to simulate an actual NIH / AHRQ study section.
IHPI Transition to First R01 Workshop: This three-part workshop helps early-career faculty who are in the beginning stages of developing their first R01 or R01-equivalent proposal.
IHPI R01 Boot Camp: This multi-tiered mentoring program is designed to help IHPI early career faculty develop and submit their first R01 proposal.
IHPI Peer Mentor Groups: Designed to help IHPI members identify and connect with other faculty around themes/topics of mutual interest. The groups aim to promote professional and personal networking opportunities, provide a forum to discuss career and professional development, and foster a community of support.
Early Career Faculty Advisory Council: This council represents the interests of early-career faculty and advises IHPI leadership on how to best leverage its resources to promote the success of early-career faculty and accelerate the impact of their research. With support from IHPI staff, the FAC sponsors interest groups and social networking activities as well as the Emerging Scholars Exchange Program and the Early Career Faculty Development Workshop.
Emerging Scholars Exchange Program: This program is designed to provide career development opportunities for early career faculty via invited presentations at prestigious peer universities.
Research Seminar Series: The IHPI Research Seminar Series is a lecture-based program designed to share innovative health services research topics, studies, and programs with an audience primarily comprised of clinicians, faculty, research staff, and students from a variety of disciplines.
Mentor Office Hour Series: Mentoring coffee hours provide early and mid-career IHPI members with an informal introduction to different mentorship and leadership styles of senior faculty.
Online Course: Impacting the Opioid Crisis - Prevention, Education, and Practice for Non-Prescribing Providers: This free, self-paced open learning course is designed to help non-prescribing healthcare, behavioral health, dental and social services professionals understand every facet of the opioid crisis.