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WIMS Seminar

“Why is Jack more likely to become Department Chair than Jill?” Please join us for a seminar on implicit bias in academic medicine.     Click Here to Register Click Here to Livestream…

Getting to Professor – Guidance for Associate Professors

Overview: Panel presentation and discussion of the timelines and accomplishments needed for faculty to be promoted to the rank of Professor in both the Multi-Mission and Tenure tracks in the College of Medicine. Learning Objectives: 1. Recognize the College and University expectations for promotion to the rank of professor…

Call for Nominations: COM Leadership Development Program

2018 College of Medicine Leadership Development Program (LDP) The COM Leadership Development Program (LDP) is now accepting applications the 2018 program.  The 2018 LDP is designed for College of Medicine faculty who are current leaders at the level of Division Chief or equivalent.   The program’s overall objective is…

Avoiding Physician Burn-out

overview: This session will examine common causes of burnout and explore approaches physicians have successfully used to avoid burnout Here are the objectives: Develop effective prevention methods to limit the risk of burnout. Identify strategies to help patients and physicians in training maintain healthy lifestyles Presenter: Dr. Robert Hatch and Dr. Larry…

Living the Dream or Feeling the Burn? The Sobering Realities of Physician Mental Health

This session will use case-based and data-based discussion of psychological well-being among physicians, including risk factors associated with distress and strategies to promote wellness. Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to: Discuss the prevalence of burnout, depression, and suicide among physicians Describe risk factors…

Feedback and difficult conversations-November 9, 2016

Feedback and difficult conversations: What I should’ve said was… Description: This interactive workshop will explore the barriers to giving feedback, and use case-based scenarios to facilitate discussion of approaches to the uncomfortable conversation.   Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to: Recognize effective…

Understanding Your Fringe Benefits Package

Overview of Insurance, Retirement and Other Benefits     Presented by: Brian N. Berryman, MBA Assistant Director, Administrative Affairs College of Medicine Objectives: 1. Understanding the difference between College, University and State-level insurance offerings 2. Awareness of retirement plan contribution opportunities and available…

Coaching for Resilience to Foster Wellness in Faculty, Residents, and Students.

Description: This session is designed to identify and describe the five resiliency assets, and how they can be maximized to foster wellness in medical professionals.       Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to: 1. Define resiliency 2. List the five resiliency…