37: #36 Launching a Clinician Educator Career With Drs. Sue Farrell and Caroline Okorie
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8M ago
Guests Dr. Sue Farrell, Harvard University and Dr. Caroline Okorie, Stanford University, discuss careers  as clinician educators.  They share their own roadmap for advancement in academic medicine while reflecting on the concept of ikigai.  We review tips for success for academic clinicians across the spectrum- how to create your strategic plan, think about advancement, and integrate scholarship into your work.   Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org! Website | Instagram | Twitter | Subscribe | Patreon | Free CME!| Youtube Show Segments Intro, di ..read more
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36: #35 Learner As Educator With Dr Travis Crook
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9M ago
Dr Travis Crook (Vanderbilt) shares his passion for teaching on this special Cribsiders-Teach Collab on the learner as educator.   We cover the continuum of health professions learners from undergraduate to graduate, including both direct teaching skills along with educational theory important for a career as a clinician educator.   Whether you are looking for practical tips to get started with one on one teaching opportunities with your learners or want to create a formal “learner as educator” program at your institution, you’ll get valuable pearls. Claim free CME for this episode ..read more
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35: #34: Science of Learning with Dr. Cindy Nebel
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9M ago
Listen as we discuss the Science of Learning with our guest expert Cindy Nebel, PhD from Vanderbilt University.  In this episode, we review the process of learning and highlight six tips educators can use to improve retention and understanding.  Whether you’re an educator looking for new ways to elevate your instructional strategies or you're a student seeking to maximize learning, this episode brings a wealth of knowledge that you won't regret (or forget)! Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org! Website | Instagram | Twitter | Subscribe | Patreon | Free CME ..read more
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34: #33 Leading the Way: Navigating Transitions in Medical Education with Dr. Michelle Kittleson
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9M ago
Michelle Kittleson, MD (@MKittlesonMD) drops pearls from her new book, Mastering the Art of Patient Care, around how to be a leader and navigate transitions in health profession education.  She shares relatable anecdotes and valuable tips on how to prepare for leadership, navigate uncertainty, and build your mentor cabinet.  Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org! Website | Instagram | Twitter | Subscribe | Patreon | Free CME!| Youtube Dr Michelle Kittleson is Professor of Medicine at Cedars-Sinai and Director of Education in Heart Failure and Transplantation ..read more
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33: #32 From Struggle to Success: Navigating Remediation With Dr Calvin Chou
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10M ago
Dr Calvin Chou (UCSF) returns to talk  with us about remediation in health professions education.  We outline an easy framework to approach remediation: Identification, Clarification, Intervention, and Assessment.  Dr Chou shares specific tips to define the underlying problem when a learner is struggling, how to address bias, and pointers on creating an effective intervention.   Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org! Website | Instagram | Twitter | Subscribe | Patreon | Free CME!| Youtube  thecurbsidersteach@gmail.com Show Segments Intro, d ..read more
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32: #31 Taking a fresh, SOAP-y Approach to Professionalism With Dr. Andi Marmor
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10M ago
Join us as we talk with Andi Marmor, MD (UCSF)  as we dive deep into professionalism in health professions education.   We define professionalism,  discuss assessment, and review concrete methods for approaching a professionalism conversation.   Learn to use the SOAP framework you are already familiar with from your clinical work to help address a professionalism concern in a learner! Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org! Website | Instagram | Twitter | Subscribe | Patreon | Free CME!| Youtube  thecurbsidersteach@gmail.com Show Segments Int ..read more
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31: #30 Best Practices for Inclusive Interviewing With Drs Chelsea Chang, Tony Dao, and Sonny Lee
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10M ago
Join us for an exclusive discussion at the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine #AIM23 with Dr. Tony Dao, WashU, Dr. Chelsea Chang, UT Rio Grande Valley, and Dr. Sonny Lee, Loma Linda, on best practices for inclusive interviewing.  We review ways to prepare your program well before the interview season, how to conduct interviews on the day of to reduce bias, and how to choose the best candidates for your institution with an inclusion mindset. Website | Instagram | Twitter | Subscribe | Patreon | Free CME!| Youtube  thecurbsidersteach@gmail.com Credits Producer/Hosts: Molly Heu ..read more
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28: Networking 101 - How to work a Meeting, a Mixer, or the Moment With Dr Utibe Essien
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11M ago
Enjoy an excellent conversation on Networking 101 with our guest Dr. Utibe Essien during the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine Conference AIMW23 in Austin, TX April 2023.  We cover ways to become a networking pro and the skills needed to both grow and maintain your professional community.  Dr. Essien shares reflections on his AIMW23 plenary talk on Race in medicine, the benefits networking has had on his career, and what it could do for yours! Website | Instagram | Twitter | Subscribe | Patreon | Free CME!| Youtube thecurbsidersteach@gmail.com Credits Writer: Era Kryzhano ..read more
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27: Pearls from the Alliance of Academic Internal Medicine AIMW23: Escape Rooms, Racism in MedEd, Coaching, & More - Part 2 with Drs. Josh Onyango and Noble Maleque
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11M ago
We get to sit down in person with Drs. Josh Onyango and Noble Maleque to share our favorite pearls from the AIMW23 conference in Austin, Texas. We discuss Dr. Utibe Essien’s Plenary on race in medicine, escape rooms in medical education, the role of coaching, how to support learners who take leave, and how to use podcasts in your teaching. Even if you didn’t get to attend this year’s Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine #AIMW23, you’ll get to share in the wisdom! Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org! Website | Instagram | Twitter | Subscribe | Patreon| thecurbsiders ..read more
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26: #26 Pearls from the Alliance of Academic Internal Medicine AIMW23: Feedback, Failure, and Clinic Transformation
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11M ago
Part 1 with Drs. Kate Cahill, Shobhina Chheda, Anne Montgomery, and Abby Spencer Join us as we sit down in person with Drs. Cahill, Chheda, Montgomery, and Spencer to talk about our favorite parts of Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine AIMW23 in Austin, TX April 2023.  We cover the importance of setting boundaries, improving continuity clinic experiences, using radical candor in feedback conversations, and more.  Dr. Chheda even brings us to tears with her discussion of using failure and sharing vulnerability to grow and support each other.  Get inspired to make the most ou ..read more
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