Multiple Wins: Ways to Make Your Current Work into Scholarship and Optimize Your Productivity
Originally presented on Tuesday, June 23, 2020
With the end of one academic year and the start of the new, the ability to set and reach goals becomes even more important to demonstrate productivity. Come join us as we talk with leading experts on how to turn your current work into scholarship, how to optimize its reach, and learn key productivity pearls which can help you use your time efficiently and effectively.
Discuss ways to increase academic productivity.
Recognize how to transform current academic activities into scholarship.
Share tips and skills required to facilitate effective collaboration.
Part 1 of the Panel Discussion
Part 2 of the Panel Discussion
Dr. Michael Gottlieb (MGottliebMD) is an associate professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Rush University Medical Center (@RushEmergency). He is the Director of the Emergency Ultrasound Division and Program Director for the Clinical Ultrasound Fellowship (@RushEMSono). He is an active researcher in medical education and clinical ultrasound, as well as an editor for five journals.
Dr. Jonathan Sherbino (@sherbino) is the Assistant Dean, Health Professions Education Research, Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University. He is a professor in the Department of Medicine.
Jonathan is a Clinician Educator, co-editing the CanMEDS 2015 Framework and co-hosting the KeyLIME (Key Literature in Medical Education) podcast with an audience in more than 40 countries. He has published more than 150 papers. Jonathan is an award-winning teacher, including the national 2018 Canadian Emergency Medicine teacher of the year. His research focuses on competency-based medical education and clinical reasoning
Dr. Sreeja (Sree) Natesan, MD (@sreeja_natesan) is Assistant Professor in the Division of Emergency Medicine at Duke University. She is Assistant Program Director for the EM Residency and Faculty for several courses in the medical school. Her scholarship interests lie in clinical/bedside teaching, feedback, and diversity & inclusion.
Dr. Teresa Chan (@TChanMD) is an associate professor in the Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Medicine at McMaster University. She is the assistant dean for McMaster Faculty of Health Sciences Program for Faculty Development (@MacPFD). She is an avid scholar in health professions education and works with the MERIT group (@MERIT_McMaster), and conducts research and scholarship within this area.