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All events will be by Zoom unless otherwise indicated. Office of Faculty Affairs (OFA) and Center for Leadership and Innovation in Medical Education (CLIME) events for July 2022-June 2023 are not CME accredited at this time but are offered through the CME platform for continuity with other professional development opportunities.


To register, you will be prompted to create an account in the CME platform if you don’t already have one. This year’s Faculty Affairs and CLIME events are not CME accredited, but your registration will ensure you receive emails, calendar, and Zoom information about each event. Please note due to recent Google changes, emails from the CME system may go to spam folders for Gmail accounts so if possible, please use a UW email address when creating your account.

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For 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 Conversation Café: Metacognition for Teaching and Learning in Health Professions Education

Zoom

This Conversation Café will provide participants the opportunity to engage in conversation and discussion about the importance of metacognition for teaching and learning in health professions education. Jonika Hash will explore questions such as “why is metacognition important?” and “how can we encourage metacognition among ourselves and our learners?” with additional insights provided by Kate

Fall Well-Being and Resilience Series 1: Resilience and Emotional Intelligence

Zoom

This is part of a four-part series on the third Thursday monthly at 3pm from September through December, 2022. Objectives: Develop understanding of resilience as a context dependent process and how emotional intelligence allows us to strategically choose how we respond to the world around us. Explore the differences between individual and collective resilience as

CLIME Clinical Teaching Certificate: Learning Climate

Zoom

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. Traditionally, we have thought of “teaching” as simply delivering the necessary educational content to learners. However, decades of educational

CLIME Grand Rounds: Allowing Medicine to Flourish Again: Cultivating Professional Identity in Medical Education

Zoom

Despite ongoing social and political disruptions, medical education has continued to refine how we can best cultivate the professional identities of our learners and faculty. This Grand Rounds will highlight current challenges in professionalism through discussion of emerging frameworks to support an antiracist and inclusive environment to allow for all members of the medical education

Leadership Development Series: Working Through Conflict

Zoom

This workshop provides tools and strategies for working through interpersonal conflicts in the workplace with colleagues. Attendees will practice with a case study, then will have the opportunity to work through a case of their own using the tools and practices presented. Register

Thinking of Retiring? What You Need to Know!

Zoom

Are you thinking about retiring from the faculty in the next few years? What do you need to know to prepare? Learn about the basics from the UW Benefits Offices (UW, UWP, and CUMG), including timeline and where to find out about health insurance and financial basics. You will also hear from several faculty who

Fall Well-Being and Resilience Series 2: Compassion, Empathy, and Pursuing Kindness to Ourselves

Zoom

This is part of a four-part series on the third Thursday monthly at 3pm from September through December, 2022. Objectives: Explore how compassion for others and for ourselves can support our well-being through an exploration of research and practices. Content: Revisit our neurobiological response to threats and stress through the lens of self-compassion as a way of

Mid-Career Faculty: You Got Promoted to Associate Professor, Now What?

Zoom

This workshop is geared toward mid-career faculty who are interested in career advancement, and promotion from associate to full professor. There is practical advice about making five- and ten-year plans, how to be a mentor, and steps to promotion. You will also hear from a panel of recently promoted faculty. Register

Fall Well-Being and Resilience Series 3: Exploring Gratitude: Positive Emotions and Expansive Thinking

Zoom

This is part of a four-part series on the third Thursday monthly at 3pm from September through December, 2022. Objectives: Explore pro-social emotions and their role in our well-being and our ability to think creatively, innovatively, and to stay open to different perspectives. Content: Practicing gratitude is one of the keys to experiencing resilience and to mitigating

CLIME Clinical Teaching Certificate: Understanding and Retention

Zoom

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 above. This session focuses on the actual delivery of educational content to learners. Participants will practice teaching techniques maximize

Leadership Development Series: Leading Change

Zoom

All good teams and organizations change over time. This change is essential for growth and can also be quite challenging. Leading change can be more effective when anchored in the principles of adaptive leadership as well as Kotter’s eight-stage process of change management. This session will incorporate both knowledge and skill-building in an interactive format.