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MGH Faculty Development Podcast

Release Date: 05/27/2020

Health of your Wealth: Financial check-up for Retirement Preparation show art Health of your Wealth: Financial check-up for Retirement Preparation

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

The Center for Faculty Development announced the creation of the Office for Senior Faculty Transitions. For the first presentation related to this new office: “Health of your Wealth, Financial check-up for Retirement Preparation.” Nora Yousif, Financial Advisor and First Vice President of the Empower Wealth Group at RBC Wealth Management, provided a financial roadmap for those in their 50’s and 60’s to help ensure you are on track for a successful retirement transition. She discussed key insights to help protect the family’s financial well-being, reviewed how to help ensure...

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Anne Klibanski Visiting Lecture Series 11 with Drs. Katherine Bachmann and Laura Dichtel show art Anne Klibanski Visiting Lecture Series 11 with Drs. Katherine Bachmann and Laura Dichtel

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

“Relative Hormone Deficiencies in Obesity” The Anne Klibanski Visiting Lecture Series was created to support and advance the careers of women. These lectures bring together faculty from institutions that have hosted Anne Klibanski Scholars with MGH scholars, on topics that overlap both research areas. Presenters: Katherine N. Bachmann, MD, MSCI, Endocrinologist and Clinical Researcher, Vanderbilt University Medical Center and the Nashville VA Medical Center Laura E. Dichtel, MD, MHS, Endocrinologist, Neuroendocrine and Pituitary Clinical Center, MGH Learning Objectives: Upon completion of...

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MGH Faculty Development Podcast

When it comes time to sit down and write a manuscript of any kind, do you find many other things to do instead? Three senior faculty shared the strategies they use to leap the hurdle of procrastination and get down to writing. Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this activity, participants were able to: Know several strategies to overcome procrastination. Use several techniques to identify thoughts that can lead to procrastination. Identify emotional sources of procrastination. Panelists: Andrew Nierenberg, MD, Director, Dauten Family Center for Bipolar Treatment Innovation, MGH...

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Your Paper--Increasing the Odds of Its Acceptance at a High Impact Journal show art Your Paper--Increasing the Odds of Its Acceptance at a High Impact Journal

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

In this session, Dr. Julie Ingelfinger, talked about optimizing your chances of acceptance into a high impact journal. By the end of the session, participants learned how to: Craft a workable outline for his/her report of clinical or basic research. Determine his/her next steps in writing a manuscript to submit to a high impact journal. Complete the necessary steps to complete the submission process. Presenter: Julie Ingelfinger, MD, a long-time Deputy Editor at the New England Journal of Medicine, a Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School, and Senior Consultant, Pediatric...

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Anne Klibanski Visiting Lecture Series 11 with Drs. Cassandra Kelleher and Angela Gibson show art Anne Klibanski Visiting Lecture Series 11 with Drs. Cassandra Kelleher and Angela Gibson

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

"Definition of Success in Academic Surgery" The Anne Klibanski Visiting Lecture Series was created to support and advance the careers of women. These lectures bring together faculty from institutions that have hosted Anne Klibanski Scholars with MGH scholars, on topics that overlap both research areas. Presenters: Cassandra Kelleher, MD, Assistant Professor, Pediatric Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School presented on “The Path to Success is a Long Winding Road.” Angela Gibson, MD, PhD, FACS, Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, University of Wisconsin -...

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Anne Klibanski Visiting Lecture Series 10 with Drs. Jingyuan Chen and Lucille Moore show art Anne Klibanski Visiting Lecture Series 10 with Drs. Jingyuan Chen and Lucille Moore

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

"Neuroimaging of Resting State Activity Across Development and Brain States" The Anne Klibanski Visiting Lecture Series was created to support and advance the careers of women. These lectures bring together faculty from institutions that have hosted Anne Klibanski Scholars with MGH scholars, on topics that overlap both research areas. Presenters: Jingyuan Chen, PhD, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Radiology, Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School presented on “Functional PET-MR imaging of ‘resting-state’ activity...

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Fun Things to do with Kids show art Fun Things to do with Kids

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

The Parenting Series is an Office for Women’s Careers initiative focused on well-being and work-life balance for MGH faculty and trainee parents. Each session includes a panel of people with lived experience sharing their thoughts and stimulating discussion on a topic relevant to managing parenthood. This panel discussion focused on fun things to do with your kids! Anne Fishel, PhD, talked about the importance of mealtimes during the pandemic, how they changed, and what the Family Dinner Project has to offer to help families harness the many nutritional, mental health, and academic benefits...

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Anne Klibanski Visiting Lecture Series 9 with Drs. Manisha Bahl and Yolanda Bryce show art Anne Klibanski Visiting Lecture Series 9 with Drs. Manisha Bahl and Yolanda Bryce

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

"Innovations in the Detection, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Breast Cancer" The Anne Klibanski Visiting Lecture Series was created to support and advance the careers of women. These lectures bring together faculty from institutions that have hosted Anne Klibanski Scholars with MGH scholars, on topics that overlap both research areas. Presenters: Manisha Bahl, MD, Breast Imaging Radiologist, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School presented on “Tomosynthesis, Contrast-Enhanced Mammography, and Artificial Intelligence to Improve the Detection and Diagnosis of Breast Cancer”...

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Faculty and Trainee Wellbeing:  How to Expand Your Bandwidth from Your Locus show art Faculty and Trainee Wellbeing: How to Expand Your Bandwidth from Your Locus

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

Feeling burned out? This webinar will help you to find a path to well-being by discussing the system factors that drive burnout in healthcare. It will also identify factors in your life that are in your control as well as create a specific action plan for an area of your life that you want to change. Dr. Shannon will review practices and strategies that you can use daily to mitigate stress and change your daily life experience. Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to: • Develop strategies for professional and personal growth to feel less burnout....

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Stepping Up: Men at MGH Who Re-define Family Success show art Stepping Up: Men at MGH Who Re-define Family Success

MGH Faculty Development Podcast

This was a panel discussion on couples navigating career choices. Drs. Thomas Byrne, Mark O’Connor and William Palmer, presented their respective stories, including the challenges and rewards that have resulted from their choice to support their wives’ careers. Then the panel answered questions from the audience. Panelists: Thomas N. Byrne, MD, Professor of Neurology and Health Sciences & Technology, Part-time Mark J. O’Connor, MD, Clinical and Research Fellow in Endocrinology William E. Palmer, MD, Associate Professor of Radiology Moderators: Miriam A. Bredella, MD, Director of...

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