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Work/Life Integration – December 10, 2014

Dr. Tom Huber and Dr. Ana Shaw will lead an interactive session on “Work/Life Integration.” Participants will discuss factors contributing to personal and professional success and burnout, management of work/life conflicts, and explore a format for improving work/life integration. Objectives: During the course,…

Faculty Enhancement Opportunity Grants – December 17, 2014

Faculty Enhancement Opportunity Grants (FEOs) are an excellent way to get funding to learn a new skill, develop a new research direction, and so much more. Dr. David Quillen’s lecture will be broken down in to four parts:  The first will be an overview of the FEO grants, the…

Dean Good’s State of the College Address – October 23rd

Please join us for the Dean’s State of the College of Medicine Address on October 23, 2014. The event takes place at 5:00 pm in Communicore Lecture Room C1-17. If you cannot attend in person, the address will be livestreamed via the following link: http://mediasite.video.ufl.edu/Mediasite/Play/76f3a6e0d81f45f3ade1d42bd6b6cac61d…

RSVP for the COM Faculty Appreciation Reception on October 29, 2014

You are cordially invited to attend the UF College of Medicine Faculty Appreciation Reception on Wednesday, October 29, 2014. Please join us as we celebrate all of our faculty and award-winning researchers, educators and clinicians.  The event will take place from 5:00pm to 7:00pm in the ARB Courtyard Please…

Appreciative Inquiry: A Leadership and Management Tool – October 16, 2014

What is Appreciative Inquiry? Appreciative Inquiry (AI) is a collaborative, strength-based approach to both personal and organizational development. Objectives:  The focus of this workshop will be on developing leadership and change capacities through Appreciative Inquiry. Prior knowledge of AI is not required. After attending this session, you will be…

Making EPIC Work for ME

This workshop will be a hands-on experience that will enhance your ability to navigate Chart review, utilize preference lists, and personalize order sets in EPIC.  In addition, we will introduce users to ambulatory efficiency concepts and the reporting workbench, which allows generation of provider- specific reports. Seating…

Faculty as Teachers (FasT)

The Faculty as Teachers (FasT) program provides an introduction to key educational elements. The first step is learning how to write effective learning objectives – participants are given tools to practice writing learning objectives across the domains of knowledge, skills and attitudes. The next step is, based on their…

How to Succeed in Academic Medicine: Dos and Don’ts in Planning for Advancement

Dr. Marian Limacher will lead an interactive session on “How to Succeed in Academic Medicine: Dos and Don’ts in Planning for Advancement.” Participants will discuss the components of professionalism, time-management, skills development and goal setting. An overview of the Promotion and Tenure process will also be presented. Objectives: Identify key…