Faculty Development Day / May 26, 2020
Join us for this year's annual faculty development day to learn practical skills to support building resilience and compassion in your work and home life. We will look at emotions and our neurobiological response to stress and threats and think about ways to take control of our responses.
We will also have a focus on building community and connections and will take advantage of our setting at the Center for Urban Horticulture to get outside for walking, conversation, and reflection. Our goal is for this to be an opportunity to focus on your own well-being and to reconnect to what drives you in your lives.
CME Update in Hospital Medicine / July 24-25, 2020
The purpose of the course is to update the skills of inpatient providers with a focus on common problems in clinical care. The format consists of brief, directed presentations followed with the opportunity to ask questions. This allows question-and-answer interaction time between faculty and attendees.
Physicians and any health care practitioners who take care of hospitalized general medicine patients should attend. Subspecialty providers who work in inpatient settings (e.g., cardiology hospital medicine providers or intensivists) may also find the program to be a good update in general medicine inpatient care.
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Materials From Past Workshops
Hosted by Trish Kritek, MD, EdM, University of Washington School of Medicine Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs. This podcast is for faculty and provides tips to help clinicians, educators, and researchers thrive professionally in their careers, covering topics from time management and organization to leadership and self-advocacy.
Preparing for Your Promotion from Assistant to Associate Professor
Mid-Career Faculty: You Got Promoted to Associate Professor, Now What?
Time Management and Organization
Several resources below provide insights and tools to improve productivity and organization so you can work effectively and creatively.
- Productivity and the 2-Career Household Slides
- The Art of Productivity: A Radiologist’s Primer for Getting Stuff Done
- The Psychology of Creativity
- Deep Work
- Productivity Part 1: Getting Things Done, Using E-Mail, Scanners, Reference Managers, Note-taking Applications, and Text Expanders
- Productivity Part 2: Cloud Storage, Remote Meeting Tools, Screencasting, Speech Recognition Software, Password Managers, and Online Data Backup
Annual Women Faculty Day
Leadership: Yes We Can by Virginia Broudy, MD
Mentorship, Sponsorship, Coaching: How to make the most of these relationships by Barbara Goff, MD
Social Media and Academic Medicine by Kemi Doll, MD, MS
Managing Up as a Mentee by Beth Buffalo, PhD
Pearls from the AAMC Mid-Career Women Faculty Leadership Development Seminar by Susan Graham, MD, MPH, PhD
Annual Faculty Development Day
Advancing Healthcare Equity in UW School of Medicine by Patricia Dawson, MD, PhD, FACS
In-The-Moment Approaches for Addressing Microaggressions by Roberto Montenegro, MD, PhD and Daniel Cabrera, MD, PhD
Practice Scenarios: Responding to Microaggressions from Patients by Roberto Montenegro, MD, PhD and Daniel Cabrera, MD, PhD