Teaching Opportunities in the Bridges Curriculum

We offer medical educators teaching opportunities to prepare them as 21st Century Physicians. Opportunities fit the background and interests of all disciplines - from first-time teachers to expert educators.

We are committed to offering faculty development to our teachers and educators on the new concepts introduced in the curriculum to ensure that faculty across our institution are prepared to support these changes in education. Please visit our Faculty Development Resources page for more information.

UCSF is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. The educational community is committed to recruiting faculty that come from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups in medicine and to increase opportunities for junior faculty to develop their educator skills and explore an education-focused track.

How to Participate in Teaching

  1. Review the Bridges Curriculum to familiarize yourself with its components.

  2. Review the Teaching Opportunities listed to the right, and contact the listed course administrator to express interest in the teaching opportunity. In addition, there are opportunities for faculty are also available in the Program for Interprofessional Practice and Education and their website has additional information.

Please note: These teaching opportunities do not have funding for protected time. Volunteer Clinical Professors are encouraged to apply to each opportunity, unless noted otherwise.