Leadership

Her legacy continues . . .

Bishop Fellows Program

Marian Bishiop created this 1-year fellowship program in 2000 in cooperation with the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine to identify and develop qualified senior family medicine faculty to successfully assume positions of greater responsibility in academic medicine. The program includes the use of self-development, mentorships with current deans, and formal educational programs. This is the only formal career development program that prepares and provides capable family medicine educators with the skill set needed to successfully compete for high-level academic positions, such as dean or vice president of academic affairs.

F. Marian Bishop Award

 

In 2002, the University of Utah established the F. Marian Bishop Award for the outstanding student in Family Medicine.  Fourth year medial students who have fourth year medical students who have completed a research project in Family Medicine eligible.  The selection is made by the teaching faculty of the Department of Family Medicine. 

F. Marian Bishop Award

In 1989, the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Foundation established the F. Marian Bishop Award to recognize outstanding leaders in family medicine. The first award was given to Nicholas J. Pisacano, MD, presented posthumously at the 1990 STFM Annual Spring Conference. Since that time, other F. Marian Bishop Award honorees include Thomas L. Stern, MD; Robert Rakel, MD; David Satcher MD, PhD; Daniel Ostergaard, MD; Reginald Perkin, MD; B. Lewis Barnett, MD; Paul Brucker, MD; Paul Young, MD, William Jacott, MD, and Robert Graham, MD. Click here for more on this award.

F. Marian Bishop Educator of the Year Award

In 1987, the Association of Teachers of Preventive Medicine established the F. Marian Bishop Educator of the Year Award to recognize teachers who have contributed to the instruction of students or residents in the field of public health and preventive medicine.