The Center for Faculty Advancement, Mentoring and Engagement (FAME) has events every month for faculty professional growth at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. All upcoming events will be listed here.

Fall New Faculty Retreat
Monday, September 9, 2019, 8am-12pm
115 Biomedical Research Tower
Primary Audience: New Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professional & Technical Skills; Professional Ethics; Career Mentoring; Culture Awareness
You know where to park and where the cafeteria is, now learn what it takes to launch a successful career in academic medicine. In this session you will learn about resources, tools, and strategies to define key elements of success and achieve your career goals. Breakfast provided. Register by September 6.

ELAM Information Session
Monday, September 16, 2019, 12-1pm
B050 James Hospital
Primary Audience: Associate and Full Professors
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Influence & Networking; Outcomes; Organizational Awareness
Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM) was established in 1995 and is the premier leadership program for women faculty at associate or full professor ranks within academic medicine. Each year WIMS facilitates a competitive process to select OSU's nominees. Come learn from ELAM grads (ELUMS) about the program and get tips for applying. Hosted by WIMS. Lunch provided. Register by September 14.

Fundamentals of Teaching: Learning Environments and Setting Expectations
Wednesday, September 18, 2019, 12:30-1:30pm
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: All Educators
CME: This event is certified for 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professionalism & Technical Skills; Giving & Receiving Feedback; Outcomes; Relationship Management
The Fundamentals of Teaching series offers faculty in the health sciences an opportunity to take a closer look at one "fundamental" element of teaching. This one-hour workshop engages participants in activity and conversation around the learning environment and how it relates to teaching and learning. Lunch provided. Register by September 16.

Facilitating Effective Teamwork
Tuesday, September 24, 2019, 8am-12pm
The Fawcett Center - Alumni Room (2400 Olentangy River Road)
Primary Audience: All Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Persuasion & Negotiation; Coaching for Performance; Leading Productive Teams; Outcomes
Effective teamwork is an essential component of high quality care delivery. A healthy team dynamic, in addition to a strong infrastructure, are what allows a team to achieve results that are far greater than the sum of its individual parts. This course will teach faculty members how to identify when to utilize a team, as well as how to diagnose and correct dysfunctional teamwork. Using an interactive survival exercise to draw out key lessons, participants will gain a new understanding of team function and dynamics. Breakfast provided. Register by September 16.

Launching Your Research Career, Part 1: Academic Success
Wednesday, September 25, 2019, 12-1:30pm
115 Biomedical Research Tower
Primary Audience: Research Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professionalism & Technical Skills; Goal Setting; Organizational Awareness; Career Mentoring
Specifically designed for researchers in the first two years of appointment, this two-part series provides foundational information to get set-up for success. In Part I, associate dean for academic affairs, Dr. Tatiana Oberyszyn, covers what to do now to prepare for promotion and tenure, including goal-setting, creating an individual development plan and mentoring, followed by a panel discussion. Participants do not have to attend Part 2 to register. Lunch provided. Register by September 23.

It Takes a Village: Mid-Career Peer Mentoring Kickoff Event
Thursday, October 10, 2019, 4:30-6:30pm
115 Biomedical Research Tower
Primary Audience: Associate Professors
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Influence & Networking, Organizational Awareness, Relationship Management, Giving & Receiving Feedback; Outcomes
FAME is excited to launch a new peer-mentoring program exclusively designed for associate professors. The objectives of this program are to bring together faculty from throughout the medical center who face similar challenges in order to forge connections and accomplish individual goals. At this kickoff, participants will get an overview of the program and will be introduced to their customized group. Associate professors will receive a survey link in advance of this event to facilitate group placement that aligns with your goals and interests. Refreshments provided. Register by October 4.

Annual Celebration of Women Faculty
Wednesday October 16, 2019, 5-7pm
1213 Ross Hospital Auditorium
Primary Audience: All Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Institutional Foundations; Influence & Networking; Leading Transformation; Impact; Culture Awareness; Organizational Awareness
WIMS hosts the annual celebration of the achievements of the women faculty in the College of Medicine, with recognition of women who were promoted and new women faculty. Learn about the status of women in the College and hear from successful women faculty. Please join us for networking from 5-6 pm. followed by the program from 6-7 pm. All faculty are welcome to this cocktail reception with hors d’oeuvres. Register by October 11.

Educational Research Series: Where Teaching and Scholarship Meet - An Introduction to Educational Research
Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 12:30-1:30pm
105 Biomedical Research Tower
Primary Audience: All Educators
CME: This event is certified for 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professionalism & Technical Skills; Outcomes; Organizational Awareness
This one-hour workshop will introduce participants to the educational research process as it applies to health sciences education. Lunch provided. Register by October 21.

Vital Talk: Mastering Tough Conversations
Monday, October 28, 2019, 8am-5pm
Prior Hall – Clinical Skills Center
Primary Audience: Clinical Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Culture Awareness; Giving & Receiving Feedback; Professional Ethics
This intensive 1-day course helps clinicians enhance communication skills around serious illness to produce medical care plans that match patient and family values. The course provides clinicians with specific frameworks and tools for communicating with patients during difficult care conversations including advance care planning, discussing prognosis, late goals of care, requests for treatments with minimal efficacy, and conducting family conferences. Training results in immediate, significant and lasting improvement to the medical practitioner’s ability to address patient and family needs for serious illness care. (Note: this session is also offered on December 18.) Breakfast and lunch provided. Space is limited to 12. Register by October 23.

Launching Your Research Career, Part 2: Lab Management
Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 1-4pm
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: Research Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professionalism & Technical Skills; Organizational Awareness; Leading Productive Teams; Goal Setting
Specifically designed for the researcher in the first two years of appointment, this two-part series provides foundational information to get set-up for success. Part 2 addresses the fundamentals of lab management, including purchasing supplies, contracting, how to hire and manage a team, budgeting and resource management. Participants will leave with an understanding of how to effectively navigate OSU’s systems and tools for research. Participants do not have to attend Part 1 to register for this session. Register by October 28.

Beyond the CV: Rama Mallampalli, MD
Monday, November 4, 2019, 12-1pm
L035 James Hospital Auditorium
Primary Audience: All Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Culture Awareness; Organizational Awareness; Coaching for Performance; Relationship Management; Influence & Networking
In this series, accomplished leaders provide insights into the intangible attributes that have led to career success. In this program, Dr. Rama Mallampalli, professor and chair of Internal Medicine, talks about his ability to navigate the complexity of academic medical centers and how that has been a catalyst for his career growth. Lunch provided. Register by November 1.

“Let Food Be Thy Medicine...”
Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 5:30-8pm
The Kitchen (231 E. Livingston Ave)
Primary Audience: All Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Culture Awareness; Relationship Management
WIMS invites all faculty members to a fun and interactive evening of socializing and practicing healthy meal preparation. Professional chefs will demonstrate cooking techniques and dietitians will share nutritional information about the fall-themed menu. This off-campus event has limited space, so register early to secure your spot. Dinner provided. Register by October 29.

Fundamentals of Teaching: Self Directed and Lifelong Learning
Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 12:30-1:30pm
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: All Educators
CME: This event is certified for 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professionalism & Technical Skills; Relationship Management; Giving & Receiving Feedback; Outcomes
The Fundamentals of Teaching series offers faculty in the health sciences an opportunity to take a closer look at one "fundamental" element of teaching. This one-hour workshop engages participants in activity and conversation around assisting learners in building self-directed learning skills for lifelong learning. Lunch provided. Register by November 18.

Responding to Bias
Tuesday, December 10, 2019, 3:30-5pm
115 Biomedical Research Tower
Primary Audience: All Faculty
CME: This event is certified for 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professional Ethics; Culture Awareness; Coaching for Performance; Leading Transformation; Impact
Have you ever witnessed or been on the receiving end of a biased comment that left you in a state of response paralysis? Do you want to gain the skills to better address/respond in future situations of this nature? If so, this session is for you! Join University of Cincinnati assistant professor, Jamilah Hackworth, EdD, for this interactive, case-based workshop. Attendees will learn about bias and microaggressions and gain the knowledge and skills to increase their capacity to respond to bias in the workplace. Register by December 8.

Providing EPIC Patient Care
Wednesday, December 11, 2019, 3:30-5pm
115 Biomedical Research Tower
Primary Audience: Clinical Faculty
CME: This event is certified for 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professionalism & Technical Skills; Outcomes; Impact
In this session, Ravi Tripathi, MD, associate chief clinical information officer, Wexner Medical Center, will demonstrate how to maximize and use EPIC to both improve daily efficiency in the delivery of care as well as to explore patient population patterns and outcomes longitudinally. Participants will learn how data is captured in EPIC and how to build reports to examine trends. Participants also will learn how to access the information warehouse and how data is managed at OSUWMC. Register by December 10.

Educational Research Series: Developing Educational Research Questions
Wednesday, December 18, 2019, 12:30-1:30pm
105 Biomedical Research Tower
Primary Audience: All Educators
CME: This event is certified for 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professionalism & Technical Skills; Outcomes; Giving & Receiving Feedback
This one-hour workshop will introduce participants to effective strategies for formulating relevant and measurable educational research questions. Lunch provided. Register by December 16.

Vital Talk: Mastering Tough Conversations
Wednesday, December 18, 2019, 8am-5pm
Prior Hall – Clinical Skills Center
Primary Audience: Clinical Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Culture Awareness; Giving & Receiving Feedback; Professional Ethics
This intensive 1-day course helps clinicians enhance communication skills around serious illness to produce medical care plans that match patient and family values. The course provides clinicians with specific frameworks and tools for communicating with patients during difficult care conversations including advance care planning, discussing prognosis, late goals of care, requests for treatments with minimal efficacy, and conducting family conferences. Training results in immediate, significant and lasting improvement to the medical practitioner’s ability to address patient and family needs for serious illness care. (Note: this session is also offered on October 28.) Breakfast and lunch provided. Space is limited to 12. Register by December 13.

Beyond the CV: Zihai Li, MD, PhD
Tuesday, January 7, 2020, 12-1pm
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: All Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Coaching for Performance; Goal Setting; Professional Ethics
In this series, accomplished leaders provide insights into the intangible attributes that have led to career success. In this program, Dr. Zihai Li, professor of Internal Medicine and founding director of the Pelotonia Institute for Immuno-Oncology (PIIO), will talk about how focus and hard work have contributed to his career success. Lunch provided. Register by January 3.

Fundamentals of Teaching: Micro Teaching
Wednesday, January 15, 2020, 12:30-1:30pm
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: All Educators
CME: This event is certified for 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professionalism & Technical Skills; Impact; Giving & Receiving Feedback
The Fundamentals of Teaching series offers faculty in the health sciences an opportunity to take a closer look at one "fundamental" element of teaching. This one-hour workshop engages participants in activity and conversation around micro teaching as a strategy for clinical teaching. Lunch provided. Register by January 13.

Networking for Success
Wednesday, January 22, 2020, 12-2pm
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: Research Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Impact; Culture Awareness; Organizational Awareness; Persuasion & Negotiation; Influence & Networking
This program features strategies and tactics for building a personal brand to enhance local and national reputation. Participants will also learn tactics to get their work noticed by editors and sponsors. Lunch provided. Register by January 17.

Healthcare Finance: From Bedside to Boardroom
Monday, January 27, 2020, 3-5pm
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: All Faculty
CME: This event is certified for 2 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Persuasion & Negotiation; Organizational Awareness; Institutional Foundations; Outcomes
All physicians need to understand the basic and changing nature of healthcare reimbursement in order to successfully demonstrate value over volume in patient care. OSUWMC financial experts provide an overview of healthcare finances including Medicare charges, introduction to the BPCI program and MACRA requirements. Hosted by WIMS. Register by January 24.

Social Media Workshop
Wednesday, January 29, 2020, 3-5pm
115 Biomedical Research Tower
Primary Audience: All Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professionalism & Technical Skills; Culture Awareness; Influence & Networking; Impact
If done right, the visibility and networking that social media provides can be career-transforming. Faculty and staff experts share strategies for harnessing the power of Twitter and LinkedIn to create impact and build reputation. Bring your phone, laptop or tablet to build or update your profile during this hands on session. Register by January 28.

Approaching Retirement: Planning for Your Next Chapter
Tuesday, February 4, 2020, 8-11am
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: Faculty who are Contemplating Retirement
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Goal Setting; Institutional Foundations; Organizational Awareness
Preparing for retirement is more than ensuring that finances are in order. A career is a significant part of an identity, and retirement is a massive life change. Do you really know what you want to get out of your retirement, and if so, do you know how to get it? If considering retiring, join experts for this workshop for tools to help plan that chapter. Breakfast provided. Register by January 31.

Sharpening Your Negotiation Skills: Crafting Mutually Beneficial Agreements
Thursday, February 6, 2020, 4-5:30pm
1213 Ross Hospital Auditorium
Primary Audience: All Faculty
CME: This event is certified for 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Persuasion & Negotiation; Influence & Networking; Outcomes; Coaching for Performance: Relationship Management
In this skills class, Fisher College of Business professor Tanya Menon will teach participants to think in terms of cooperative and competitive strategies for creating value in negotiation. Through role play, participants will gain feedback on how they approach conflict & how and why those strategies work. Participants will also learn how to manage the challenges women face, especially backlash from others. Hosted by WIMS. Register by February 4.

Beyond the CV: Eugene Oltz, MD
Tuesday, February 11, 2020, 12-1pm
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: All Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Career Mentoring; Giving & Receiving Feedback; Coaching for Performance; Impact; Leading Transformation
In this series, accomplished leaders provide insights into the intangible attributes that have led to career success. In this program, Dr. Eugene Oltz, professor and chair of Microbial Infection and Immunity, talks about how being an engaged mentor & mentee is the not-so-secret to his success. Lunch provided. Register by February 7.

I Love Mentoring
Wednesday, February 12, 2020, 3:30-5pm
1213 Ross Hospital Auditorium
Primary Audience: All Faculty
CME: This event is certified for 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Career Mentoring; Giving & Receiving Feedback; Coaching for Performance; Outcomes; Impact; Relationship Management
It is inherently rewarding to help others achieve their dreams, though sometimes this responsibility can feel daunting. Join your award-winning faculty colleagues and find some inspiration in their stories about the benefits of mentoring. Register by February 11.

StrengthsFinder and DISC: Discover your Best-Self
Wednesday, February 19, 2020, 8-11am
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: All Faculty
CME: This event is certified for 2 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professionalism & Technical Skills; Culture Awareness; Relationship Management; Goal Setting
Have you ever taken a step back to consider what makes you contribute your best self at work? This workshop features two assessments, the Clifton StrengthsFinder and DISC. StrengthsFinder helps teams and individuals discover natural patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving, while DISC measures behavioral style. Prior to this session participants will complete both assessments, and receive interpretation during the workshop to enable personal and professional insights. Breakfast provided. Register by February 10.

Leading Groups: Best Practices for Meeting Management and Delegation
Monday, February 24, 2020, 8-11am
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: All Faculty
CME: This event is certified for 2 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Leading Productive Teams; Coaching for Performance; Persuasion & Negotiation; Outcomes
This workshop is co-facilitated by E. Christopher Ellison, MD, former interim dean of the College of Medicine & past president of the American Surgical Association, and Amalia Cochran, MD, past-president of the Association of Women Surgeons & the Association for Surgical Education. These experts will draw on current and previous leadership roles to provide participants with strategies and tactics to set expectations, run a meeting, communicate effectively and delegate. Breakfast provided. Register by February 21.

Maintaining Sanity in Academic Medicine
Tuesday, February 25, 2020, 11am-1:30pm
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: Research Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Outcomes; Relationship Management; Culture Awareness; Career Mentoring
In this session, designed for basic and translational research faculty, expert career coaches provide tips on time management, work-life integration, setting boundaries and avoiding burnout. An overview of coaching to achieve career goals is also presented, followed by facilitated round table discussions with colleagues over lunch, which is provided. Register by February 21.

Educational Research Series: Quantitative Methods for Educational Research
Wednesday, February 26, 2020, 12:30-1:30pm
105 Biomedical Research Tower
Primary Audience: All Educators
CME: This event is certified for 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professionalism & Technical Skills; Outcomes; Impact; Giving & Receiving Feedback
This one-hour workshop will introduce participants to research paradigms in health sciences education with a focus on the quantitative paradigm and methods for educational research. Lunch provided. Register by February 24.

Navigating the NIH: An Insiders Perspective
Wednesday, March 4, 2020, 2-4pm
115 Biomedical Research Tower
Primary Audience: Research Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Organizational Awareness; Institutional Foundations; Impact; Outcomes
Join William Timmer, PhD, Program Director for Clinical Grants and Contracts Branch of the Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program, National Cancer Institute and Neil Aggarwal, MD, Branch Chief of the Lung Biology Disease Branch of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), National Institute of Health, for information and personal anecdotes about the functioning and operations of the NIH, followed by Q&A. Register by March 2.

Everything P&T Workshop
Wednesday, March 10, 2020, 8-11am
115 Biomedical Research Tower
Primary Audience: All Faculty
CME: This event is certified for 2 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Organizational Awareness; Influence & Networking; Goal Setting; Career Mentoring
This session delves into all aspects of the promotion system including national reputation, demonstrating impact, and writing a dossier. The program concludes with a mock departmental promotion & tenure committee meeting so participants can observe how different faculty tracks and paths are evaluated. Breakfast provided. Register by March 16.

Messaging Matters
Tuesday, March 17, 2020, 3-5pm
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: All Faculty
CME: This event is certified for 2 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Outcomes; Coaching for Performance; Influence & Networking
In this workshop, Fisher College of Business professor Marc Ankerman provides tools, tips and techniques for delivering a message in a memorable and creative fashion. He engages his audience with active discussion of effective communication methods. Register by March 16.

Fundamentals of Teaching: Effective Feedback
Wednesday, March 18, 2020, 12:30-1:30pm
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: All Educators
CME: This event is certified for 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professionalism & Technical Skills; Giving & Receiving Feedback; Relationship Management; Outcomes
The Fundamentals of Teaching series offers faculty in the health sciences an opportunity to take a closer look at one "fundamental" element of teaching. This one-hour workshop engages participants in activity and conversation about providing effective feedback for learner development. Lunch provided. Register by March 16.

Beyond the CV: Isabelle Deschenes, PhD
Wednesday, April 15, 2020, 12-1pm
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: All Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Relationship Management; Leading Productive Teams; Leading Transformation; Coaching for Performance; Impact; Professional Ethics
In this series, accomplished leaders provide insights into intangible attributes that have led to career success. In this program, Dr. Isabelle Deschenes, professor and chair of Physiology and Cell Biology, talks about relationship building and how that has catalyzed her career growth. Lunch provided. Register by April 13.

Spring New Faculty Retreat
Tuesday, April 21, 2020, 8am-12pm
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: New Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professional & Technical Skills; Professional Ethics; Career Mentoring; Culture Awareness
You know where to park and where the cafeteria is, now learn what it takes to launch a successful career in academic medicine. In this session you will learn about resources, tools, and strategies to define key elements of success and achieve your career goals. The Spring Retreat is for faculty members hired since September and for those who weren’t able to attend the fall retreat. Breakfast provided. Register by April 17.

Educational Research Series: Qualitative and Mixed Methods for Educational Research
Wednesday, April 22, 2020, 12:30-1:30pm
B030 James Hospital
Primary Audience: All Educators
CME: This event is certified for 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professionalism & Technical Skills; Outcomes; Impact; Giving & Receiving Feedback
This one-hour workshop will introduce participants to research paradigms in health sciences education with a focus on the qualitative and mixed paradigms and methods for educational research. Lunch provided. Register by April 20.

Achieve Your Goals
Tuesday, April 28, 2020, 3:30-5:30pm
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: All Faculty
CME: This event is certified for 2 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Career Mentoring; Culture Awareness; Goal Setting
The end of the academic year is a good time to evaluate progress made on the year’s goals and to set goals for the upcoming year. In this session, participants will learn about the importance of goal setting for motivation, and how to build smart goals into an individual development plan to accelerate goal attainment. Participants will also learn how to have a discussion about goals with a chair, division director or other supervisor. Register by April 27

Productivity Basics: Creating the Time to Write
Wednesday, April 29, 2020, 9am-4pm
105 Biomedical Research Tower
Primary Audience: All Faculty
CME: This event is certified for 2 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Career Mentoring; Culture Awareness; Goal Setting; Outcomes
Join productivity coach, Susan R. Johnson, MD, for an interactive workshop about becoming a more productive writer. Participants will create a plan for a current writing project, learn to use time more effectively, and get tips to maintain energy to support a satisfying work and personal life. Co-hosted by the office of Post-doctoral Affairs. Lunch provided. Register by April 22.

Speed Mentoring
Wednesday, May 6, 2020, 4:30-6pm
1213 Ross Hospital Auditorium
Primary Audience: Assistant and Associate Professors
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Career Mentoring; Giving & Receiving Feedback; Organizational Awareness; Professional Ethics
Get connected through networking with colleagues. Senior faculty members will serve as mentors for this fun and interactive speed mentoring session, modeled after the idea of speed dating. Bring a question and get some quick expert advice. Register by May 1.

WIMS Spring Speaker: Nancy Spector, MD, Executive Director of ELAM
Wednesday, May 20, 2020, 8-9am
115 Biomedical Research Tower
Primary Audience: All Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Culture Awareness; Impact, Professional Ethics, Leading Transformation
WIMS welcomes Nancy Spector, MD, executive director of Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM) as this year’s spring speaker. ELAM was established in 1995 and is the premier leadership program for women faculty within academic medicine. All faculty are welcome for this special WIMS grand rounds. Breakfast provided. Register by May 15.

Fundamentals of Teaching: Mentoring, Coaching and Sponsoring
Wednesday, May 20, 2020, 12:30-1:30pm
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: All Educators
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professionalism & Technical Skills; Career Mentoring; Giving & Receiving Feedback; Relationship Management
The Fundamentals of Teaching series offers interested faculty in the health sciences an opportunity to take a closer look at one "fundamental" element of teaching. This one-hour workshop engages participants in activity and conversation around differences in mentoring, coaching and sponsoring learners and when each role is best utilized. Lunch provided. Register by May 18.

FAMEPRO Grand Rounds
Tuesday, June 23, 2020, 7:30-8:30am
L045 James Hospital
Primary Audience: Clinical Faculty
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professionalism & Technical Skills; Outcomes; Impact; Giving & Receiving Feedback
The FAMEPRO clinical scholarship program culminates with this special grand rounds showcasing the top projects from the 2019 – 2020 FAMEPRO cohort. The FAMEPRO program stimulates clinical scholarship with small grants, mentorship and focused learning with project update meetings. All projects are patient-focused and clinical or translational in nature. Breakfast provided. Register by June 19.

Educational Research Series: Disseminating Educational Research
Wednesday, June 24, 2020, 12:30-1:30pm
105 Biomedical Research Tower
Primary Audience: All Educators
CME: This event is certified for 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Aligns to FAME Competencies: Professionalism & Technical Skills; Goal Setting; Outcomes; Giving & Receiving Feedback
This one-hour workshop will introduce participants to avenues for disseminating educational research to the academic community. Lunch provided. Register by June 22.

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