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A  Nil-Salaried  appointment  refers  to  an  academic appointment  in  a  specific  clinical  or  basic science  department  of  the  Faculty  of  Medicine  for  which  no  University  of  Manitoba  salary  is paid.    A  faculty  member  with  a  Nil-Salaried appointment  can  hold  any  academic  rank  in  the professorial or instructor streams including Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Lecturer, or Instructor.  
 
A  Nil-Salaried  appointment  refers  to  an  academic appointment  in  a  specific  clinical  or  basic science  department  of  the  Faculty  of  Medicine  for  which  no  University  of  Manitoba  salary  is paid.    A  faculty  member  with  a  Nil-Salaried appointment  can  hold  any  academic  rank  in  the professorial or instructor streams including Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Lecturer, or Instructor.  
  
Appointees to the Professorial or Instructor Stream, on a part-time basis, must comply with the [http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/health_sciences/academic/media/NIL_Salaried_Academic_Appointment_Guidelines_Revised_August_9_2018.pdf August 2018 University  of  Manitoba’s  "Nil  Salaried  Academic  Appointment  Guidelines"].     
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Appointees to the Professorial or Instructor Stream, on a part-time basis, must comply with the [http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/health_sciences/academic/media/NIL-Salaried-Academic-Appointment-Guidelines-Revised-October-1-2019.pdf October 2019 University  of  Manitoba’s  "Nil  Salaried  Academic  Appointment  Guidelines"].     
  
 
As  outlined  in  the  above  document,  faculty  members  in  the  Professorial  stream  of  Lecturer, Assistant  Professor,  Associate  Professor  and  Professor  require  activities  in  all  three  academic pillars  of  research  and  scholarship,  teaching  and  academic  service.    Faculty  members  in  the instructor stream require responsibilities in only two of the three academic pillars.  
 
As  outlined  in  the  above  document,  faculty  members  in  the  Professorial  stream  of  Lecturer, Assistant  Professor,  Associate  Professor  and  Professor  require  activities  in  all  three  academic pillars  of  research  and  scholarship,  teaching  and  academic  service.    Faculty  members  in  the instructor stream require responsibilities in only two of the three academic pillars.  
  
In  addition  to  the  required  responsibilities  outlined in  the  [http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/health_sciences/academic/media/NIL_Salaried_Academic_Appointment_Guidelines_Revised_August_9_2018.pdf August 2018 University  of  Manitoba’s  "Nil  Salaried  Academic  Appointment  Guidelines"]  -  the  Department  of  Internal  Medicine expects the following minimum contribution:  
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In  addition  to  the  required  responsibilities  outlined in  the  [http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/health_sciences/academic/media/NIL-Salaried-Academic-Appointment-Guidelines-Revised-October-1-2019.pdf October 2019 University  of  Manitoba’s  "Nil  Salaried  Academic  Appointment  Guidelines"]  -  the  Department  of  Internal  Medicine expects the following minimum contribution:  
  
 
*An average of five hours of teaching per year which would include direct contact teaching, “walk rounds”, seminars or tutorial sessions   
 
*An average of five hours of teaching per year which would include direct contact teaching, “walk rounds”, seminars or tutorial sessions   

Latest revision as of 15:17, 2019 December 4

Policies
Policy: Guidelines for Part-Time Nil-Salaried Appointments
Policy Nr: Sec 02 - 10
Target Review Date: 2020-05-29
Main Stakeholder: Contract and Recruitment


Background

A Nil-Salaried appointment refers to an academic appointment in a specific clinical or basic science department of the Faculty of Medicine for which no University of Manitoba salary is paid. A faculty member with a Nil-Salaried appointment can hold any academic rank in the professorial or instructor streams including Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Lecturer, or Instructor.

Appointees to the Professorial or Instructor Stream, on a part-time basis, must comply with the October 2019 University of Manitoba’s "Nil Salaried Academic Appointment Guidelines".

As outlined in the above document, faculty members in the Professorial stream of Lecturer, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor require activities in all three academic pillars of research and scholarship, teaching and academic service. Faculty members in the instructor stream require responsibilities in only two of the three academic pillars.

In addition to the required responsibilities outlined in the October 2019 University of Manitoba’s "Nil Salaried Academic Appointment Guidelines" - the Department of Internal Medicine expects the following minimum contribution:

  • An average of five hours of teaching per year which would include direct contact teaching, “walk rounds”, seminars or tutorial sessions
  • A minimum attendance of 20% of section meetings
  • A minimum attendance of 20% of section rounds

As well, appointees should provide insight into contemporary methods of providing patient care. (This criterion is consistent with accreditation standards, specifically those related to undergraduate medical education, LCME standard FA-4).

The lines of evidence that indicate compliance with this standard include the following:

  • Documented participation of the faculty in professional development activities related specifically to teaching and evaluation.
  • Attendance at regional or national meeting on education affairs
  • Evidence that faculty members’ knowledge of their discipline is current

Evaluations

Documentation of activities will be done on an annual basis, see Performance Review for more information. Section Heads will be responsible for ensuring that the information is submitted annually.

Teaching Evaluations

The procedures for the evaluation of teaching faculty including part-time faculty parallel those used for academic faculty.

More information on how evaluations are conducted can be found here. Evaluations are done on faculty (including part-time physicians) with whom residents have had significant contact with during a rotation.

Aggregate reports of the evaluation forms are collated and analyzed bi-annually. To ensure that enough evaluations are available for part-time faculty members - aggregate reports may include the last six years of data.

These reports will be used for performance evaluation or development, and in making renewal and promotion decisions. The reports will also provide the basis for identifying outstanding performers who will be recognized for teaching awards for CTU and subspecialty service.

Appointment Renewal

Decisions regarding the renewal of part-time appointments are made by the Head, Department of Internal Medicine in consultation with the Section Heads and the performance of the appointee as determined by/the above criteria.

Benefits

Faculty members who hold a Nil-Salaried Appointment in the Department of Internal Medicine are eligible for:

  • Promotion in the Faculty of Medicine
  • Department of Internal Medicine Teaching Awards

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