All events will be by Zoom unless otherwise indicated. 

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For additional events from the following groups, please visit their calendars:

CLIME (Center for Leadership and Innovation in Medical Education)

CME (Continuing Medical Education)

ITHS (Institute of Translational Health Sciences) Faculty Development Career Series

UW GME Office (Graduate Medical Education)

CLIME Work in Progress: Black/African Americans Residents’ Experience of Racial Affinity Groups in a Pediatric Training Program

Prior literature has shown that experiences of racism are pervasive in the professional lives of trainees who are underrepresented in medicine (URiM), particularly Black and African American trainees, often leading to professional dissatisfaction, feelings of disengagement, and unplanned changes in career trajectories. Understanding the unique experiences of Black and African American trainees is crucial to

Fertility and Family Planning for those in Medicine and Science

Zoom

This workshop will be presented by Dr. Rachel M. Whynott, MD, FACOG, Assistant Professor & Associate Fellowship Director, Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the University of Washington. It will discuss planning for pregnancy, what fertility  testing may be appropriate for individuals, when to see fertility assessment, and fertility preservation options. Register

Creating Your Teaching Portfolio for Promotion

Zoom

A teaching portfolio is required for regular UW School of Medicine faculty (lecturers, assistant professors and associate professors) who are being considered for promotion. The teaching portfolio is a critical document in the promotion review process, particularly at the school and provost levels. The portfolio represents your teaching record and is used to assess the

CLIME Clinical Teaching Certificate: Feedback

If you would like to complete the the series to earn the certificate please sign up here: https://uwsom.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bde8xR7ZOgAnYb4. If you would like to just attend this one workshop in the series continue by clicking the register button. Description: Skillful feedback is necessary to help learners achieve their potential. Feedback is most effective as part of a collaboration

Leadership Development Series- Walking Through Conflict: Mindsets and Skills of an Everyday Leader

Zoom

This workshop provides tools and strategies for working through interpersonal conflicts in the workplace with colleagues. Learn about your own personal approach to conflict and communication, and set ground rules and intentions for difficult conversations with others. This session will be interactive. Attendees will prepare for a conflict dialogue, practice the conflict management skills with a dialogue

GME Program Director Development Series – Spring Option 1

Registration will open in February Spring Option 1: Tuesday March 28, 2022 Topics TBD Event Materials: Agenda Announcement This curriculum will be run twice, on March 28 and April 27, 2022.  Attendees need to only attend one session. The curriculum is designed to meet ACGME annual faculty development and Common Program Requirements (CPRs). PDDS is our core

Preparing for Your Promotion from Assistant to Associate Professor

Zoom

This workshop offers an overview of promotions and the promotion process for faculty in the School of Medicine, as well as tips from recently promoted faculty. It is relevant for physician scientists, clinician teachers and basic scientists. This program does not cover the promotion process for clinical faculty with annual appointments as this is department

GME Program Director Development Series – Spring Option 2

Registration will open in February Spring Option 2: Thursday April 27, 2022 Topics TBD Event Materials: Agenda Announcement This curriculum will be run twice, on March 28 and April 27, 2022.  Attendees need to only attend one session. The curriculum is designed to meet ACGME annual faculty development and Common Program Requirements (CPRs). PDDS is our core curriculum

Leadership Development Series: Strategies for Effective Communication

Zoom

This session in our faculty leadership development series will focus on strategies to enhance effective communication in a variety of different venues. Whether it is being a member of a team, giving performance related feedback, or simply sharing your observations and concerns with a colleague or patient, learning (or reinforcing) the tools for having these

CLIME Clinical Teaching Certificate: Assessment

If you would like to complete the the series to earn the certificate please sign up here: https://uwsom.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bde8xR7ZOgAnYb4. If you would like to just attend this one workshop in the series continue by clicking the register button. Description: Clinical teachers must assess the skills and competencies of their learners. This session will focus on reliably and accurately