Scholarly Activity and Research

HonorHealth Academic Affairs supports a culture of scholarship using Boyer’s definition which emphasizes: discovery, integration, application and teaching. Scholarly activity is a common program requirement for accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) for all specialties.

Examples of scholarly activities HonorHealth faculty and residents may engage in include:

  • Research projects
  • Peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters and/or books
  • Participation in national committees, educational organizations and professional development workshops
  • QI projects
  • Faculty publications, workshops, grand rounds, lectures
  • Development of new or substantially revised courses and curricula
  • Innovative teaching materials/strategies
  • Educational research resulting in presentation at professional conferences and/or in peer-reviewed publications
  • Projects funded by external or internal grants to support instructional activities
  • Technical, procedural or practical innovations made clinically or professionally
  • Formal application of theory in the field to real world problems
  • Development of centers for study or service
  • Media contributions
  • Literature reviews

For more information about faculty development, please call 480-882-5475 or Email Us.