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)

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

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

Center for Urban Horticulture 3501 NE 41st Street, Seattle, WA

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

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

Center for Urban Horticulture 3501 NE 41st Street, Seattle, WA

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.

Fall Well-Being and Resilience Series 4: Coping with Uncertainty and the Effects of Chronic and Acute Stress on our Well-Being

Center for Urban Horticulture 3501 NE 41st Street, Seattle, WA

This is part of a four-part series on the third Thursday monthly at 3pm from September through December, 2022. Objectives: Look at the impacts of uncertainty on our well-being, especially in a COVID and post-COVID era. Examine the shift in impacts of stress on our well-being through exploring both acute and chronic stressors in our environment.

ITHS Building and Sustaining Your Interdisciplinary Research Team

In this 4th session of the Team Science Seminar Series, we will discuss strategies for building and sustaining an interdisciplinary research team. We will identify team processes that drive team effectiveness and will describe ways to foster collaboration across teams and disciplines. LEARNING OBJECTIVES By the end of the session, attendees will be able to: Define and

Skills for the Busy Faculty Member: Time Management and Organization

Center for Urban Horticulture 3501 NE 41st Street, Seattle, WA

This workshop will provide tools to help you learn principles of productivity and creativity. You will learn and practice strategies for managing your email as well as low-tech solutions to time management and organization. Register

CLIME Clinical Teaching Certificate: Teaching Efficiently

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: One of the most challenging aspects of clinical teaching is to balance clinical responsibilities with teaching responsibilities. This session

Biosketch 101: Getting (Grant Reviewers) to Know You

Zoom

The biographical sketch (or “biosketch”) is where you get to show grant reviewers what you—as PI or other key personnel—will bring to a proposed project. In this session, we will discuss how to make your experience and expertise shine through in the Personal Statement and Contributions to Science sections of the biosketch. We will also

Leadership Development Series: Creating High Performing Teams

Zoom

Whether in the operating room, the clinic or the lab, the best results come when we are able to work collaboratively. Despite best intentions, making this happen can sometimes be challenging. In this workshop, part of our four-part leadership development series for all School of Medicine faculty, we will focus on a framework for leading and

Growth Mindset and Giving & Receiving Feedback

Zoom

Research on mindset suggests that people have different views about their abilities. This 5th session of the Team Science Seminar Series examines what it means to have a fixed mindset vs. a growth mindset. We will examine how these mindsets come about and what their impacts are on both leader and employee performance. We will then discuss

CLIME Clinical Teaching Certificate: Teaching in the Presence of Patients

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: Teaching in the presence of patients offers many opportunities to teach important competencies. Physical examination, clinical reasoning, and patient