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Protect Yourself and Your Loved Ones

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

Release Date: 05/20/2020

Conflict Management and Feedback show art Conflict Management and Feedback

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

This session focused on understanding the barriers to resolving conflict among health care team members and developing skills for using frame-based feedback as an effective way to resolve conflict. Participants worked together, applying the skill of using frame-based feedback to foster relationship building on all levels. Facilitator: Jo Shapiro, MD, FACS, Associate Professor, Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, HMS; Senior Faculty for the Center for Medical Simulation in Boston; Consultant for the MGH Department of Anesthesia, Pain and Critical Care; and Founder, Brigham and Women’s...

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Adoption show art Adoption

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

Part of the Managing Parenthood and Your Career Series. For most people, adoption and foster care seem like big mysteries. If you’re curious to learn more, watch the webinar and hear more from four people who are adoptive/foster parents, one of whom is also currently helping individuals and families in the adoption process. Also, email the cfd@partners.org if you would like to join a private community of parents and adoptees through MS Teams at MGH! Panelists: Dr. Connie Chang, Dr. Laura Nemeyer, Ellen & Nate Lowe  

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Overview of Career Opportunities in the Life Science Sector  show art Overview of Career Opportunities in the Life Science Sector

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

This seminar focused on career opportunities available to individuals with advanced degrees and provided an overview of the skills needed to excel in each type of role.

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Getting the Most Out of Your Family Meals show art Getting the Most Out of Your Family Meals

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

Studies have tied shared meals to increased resiliency and self-esteem in children, higher academic achievement, a healthier relationship to food, and even reduced risk of substance abuse and eating disorders. Shared mealtime provides connection, enjoyment, and stability especially during the current pandemic.

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Financial Literacy for Residents, Fellows, and Junior Physicians show art Financial Literacy for Residents, Fellows, and Junior Physicians

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

Listen to Chirag P. Shah, MD, MPH, for one of the most important (non-medical!) things you will learn in training: how to navigate your personal finances. Dr. Shah is a vitreoretinal surgeon at Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston, and the Co-Director of the Vitreoretinal Surgery Fellowship. He has recently co-authored a book on personal finance for physicians, “Financial Freedom Rx: The Physician’s Guide to Achieving Financial Independence”, and teaches “Financial Literacy 101” at Harvard Medical Sch

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Looking Your Best on Paper: How to Write a High Impact CV or Resume show art Looking Your Best on Paper: How to Write a High Impact CV or Resume

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

In this seminar, Lauren Celano, Founder and CEO of Propel Careers, helps viewers prepare the CV/Resume for academia, industry or for a more general career exploration. Topics covered include how to:

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Lessons from “The Long Fix”: Leading Change show art Lessons from “The Long Fix”: Leading Change

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

Beyond the outrageous expense, the quality of care varies wildly, and millions of Americans can’t get care when they need it. This is bad for patients, bad for doctors, and bad for business. Using clear and compelling language, Author and President of Verily Life Sciences, Dr. Vivian S. Lee, paints a picture that is both realistic and optimistic. It may not be a quick fix, but her concrete action plan for reform—for employers and other payers, patients, clinicians, and policy makers—can reinvent health care, and create a less costly, more efficient, and healthier system for all.

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Women in Medicine-Positively Deviant show art Women in Medicine-Positively Deviant

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

This year's annual Women in Medicine lecture featured Nancy J. Brown, MD, Jean and David W. Wallace Dean of the Yale School of Medicine and C.N.H. Long Professor of Internal Medicine.

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Preparing for the New School Year show art Preparing for the New School Year

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

In this session, Elise Wulff highlights core concepts to be aware of in the back-to-school transition and suggests practical strategies for how to support your child. Tools and recommendations will emphasize establishing manageable routines and expectations for home and school, prioritizing and supporting self-regulation (for everyone!), supporting anxiety, and setting developmentally appropriate academic goals. Martha McNulty then discusses the child care opportunities available through Mass General Brigham. Panelists: Elise Wulff, MEd, Program Manager for Child Services, Aspire...

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Stress Reduction for Researchers show art Stress Reduction for Researchers

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

The Office of Well-Being and Office for Research Careers hosted Giulia Arsuffi, from The Clever Neuron, to help participants navigate these times. In a guided exercise, participants choose a challenging thought-behavior pattern related to their return to research during the pandemic. Giulia helps participants develop a strategy to choose alternatives to increase their productivity and improve their mental well-being.

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Do you know what will happen to your family and assets if something unexpected happens to you?  Learn how easy it is to protect the people you love the most and make sure things will be as stress-free as possible in an emergency.  During this informative podcast, David Feakes, JD, owner and founder of The Parents Estate Planning Law Firm, will cover how to:

  • Be sure your minor children never spend even one moment in the care of strangers (or anyone you wouldn’t want) if anything happens to you.
  • Make sure someone you trust will be able to step in and make health care, legal and financial decisions for you if you are incapacitated.
  • Avoid the expenses and delays of a long, drawn-out court process that would make life difficult for your loved ones if you were in an accident.
  • Protect your children’s inheritance from creditors, lawsuits and failed marriages.
  • Make sure your hard-earned money is immediately and privately available to your chosen guardians.
  • Leave behind more than just your money.
  • And much more.

You may visit their Resource page to access many of the documents he refers to during this talk at: https://parentsestateplanning.com/resources/