Please mark the following dates on your calendars! Faculty should be excused from clinic and pager duty during the developmental meetings. Please email Dr. Moran at email@example.com with your ideas and comments so that the program can be developed to be as useful and as meaningful as possible.
ASSISTANT & ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR MEETINGS
All Assistant & Associate Professor meetings are from 12:00 - 4:00 p.m. Lunch is provided.
Upcoming Dates (all events in Wilf Family Center)
- January 22 (LEAD cohort only)
- February 20 (LEAD cohort only)
- March 17
- April 23 (LEAD cohort only)
- May 20 (LEAD cohort only)
PEER-TO-PEER (P2P) SESSIONS
1:1 Pandemic Paper Pitt-Stops
I've had conversations with many colleagues over the last few weeks about the conflict during the current COVID chaos of conceptually having more time to see stalled writing projects to fruition balanced against the decreased mental bandwidth and stamina of balancing social distancing, new workflows, home-schooling regimens, and toilet paper rationing.
Many have mentioned how the thought of taking on a writing project right now seems impossible, while others have said they are eager to use this forced desk time to do so. I don't think either is right or wrong (and have myself vacillated between the two camps). I do know that one of the things I enjoy is working with peers to help them find their story and convert it to a manuscript. If you are interested in a 1:1 check-in on how you could move a project along (questions re: journal selection, paper type, writing logistics, timelines, etc.) please sign up for a Virtual Office Hour Slot here. If one works for you, click on it and it will add to both of our calendars and we can connect for a chat. If none of these work, shoot me an email and we can find another time.
With Mike Pitt | Associate Chair of Faculty Development
Applying an Equity Lens to Scholarship: How to translate your research into advocacy and why it's important
Kathleen Miller, Janna Gewirtz O’Brien, Maria Veronica Svetaz - Friday, February 5th 12-1 PM
This session will explore how scholars can elevate their scholarship by translating their research into advocacy. We will emphasize the importance of applying an equity lens to research that considers community impact and intentionally facilitates community stakeholder engagement throughout the research process. We will describe strategies for extending research dissemination beyond traditional academic routes to ensure meaningful impact within institutions and communities.
Social Determinants of Health
Elephants in the clinic room: Can you identify social determinants of health right in front of you?
Social determinants of health (SDOH) affect every patient care interaction we have as medical providers, yet they aren't always easy to identify. Even if they are obvious, it can be difficult to address them with patients directly. We'll discuss why it is important to be savvy in identifying SDOH, why there is value in asking about them directly, and muse on how we as a Department should integrate SDOH awareness into our culture.
Session facilitated by Drs. Alex Boucher and Anjali Goel
Tuesday, March 23rd 12-1pm
Tuesday,April 27th 12-1pm
We are working on additional ways to keep our peer based faculty development going during the COVID-19 chaos. Be on the lookout for more virtual offerings soon.