Faculty Development & Diversity Seminar Series: September 2014 – June 2015

All seminars are free and open to the BUMC community. They take place  from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. in the Wilkins Board Room on the first floor of  the Evans Building unless otherwise noted. Lunch is served. No need to  RSVP.
Monday, Sept 15 Lessons from 30 Years in Academic Medicine
Rebecca Silliman, MD, PhD
Tuesday, Sept 23 Managing Ineffective Employees
Boris Lazic
Monday, October 20 An Introduction to Narrative Medicine: What it is and how it works
Tom Barber, MD
Monday, October 27 (12:00-1:30pm) Negotiating Skills and Conflict Management
Karen Antman, MD
Tuesday, October 28 The Art of Interviewing: Knowing your intern applicant (and other ERAS tricks)
Sheilah Bernard, MD and Catherine Rich, MD
Tuesday, December 2 Coaching in Medicine
Jane Liebschutz, MD and Gail Gazelle, MD
Monday, February 2 Incorporating Quality Improvement and Patient Safety in Patient Care and Teaching
Karin Sloan, MD
Tuesday, February 3 Microagressions in Academic Medicine
Linda Barnes, PhD
Monday, March 9 Foundation Funding: What gets funded and how to use the resources of the BUMC development offices
Sharon Levine, MD, Tracy Battaglia, MD, David Gillerman and Kirsten HinsdaleBMC Development Office PresentationBUSM Office of Development Presentation
Monday, March 23 Staffing and Managing Your Lab Panel
Isabel Dominguez, PhD, Barbara Nikolajczyk, PhD, and Bill Cruikshank, PhD
Tuesday, April 7 Industry Sponsored Research and Technology Transfer for Researchers
Mike Pratt, MBA, Weining Lu, MD and Orian Shirihai, MD, PhD
Monday, April 13 The Dynamics of Introversion & Extraversion
Rebecca Silliman, MD, PhD and Nancy Kressin, PhD
Monday, May 11 Navigating the IRB for Education Research
Mary-Tara Roth, RN, MSN, MPH
Monday, May 18 Turning Education into Scholarship
Kitt Shafer, MD, PhD
Monday, June 1 CV Boot Camp
Appointments & Promotions Committee Members: Kitt Shafer, MD, PhD, David Coleman, MD, David Salant, MD, and Emelia Benjamin, MC, ScM

Boston   University School of Medicine is  accredited by the Accreditation Council for   Continuing Medical  Education to provide continuing medical education for   physicians.Boston University School of   Medicine designates these live activities for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ each. Physicians   should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their   participation in the activity.


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