Continuing Medical Education
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New Orleans, LA 70112
Season 2 Episodes:
Episode 2.1 – Building a Successful Research Career
Listen in as interim Chancellor, Dr. Nelson, shares his wisdom and expertise about how to build a successful research career. Whether you are a basic scientist or clinician, Dr. Steve Nelson's experience throughout his career will provide insight into potential next steps as well as learning about resources available on the LSUHSC campus.
Episode 2.2 – Effective Questioning
As an academic institution, our ability to teach and guide the future of medicine is essential. How to effectively teach is another question that is often asked of our faculty? Listen in as Dr. Robin English explains how to use effective questioning in the classroom, during rounds or in small group sessions to help learners master concepts and material in a safe yet challenging learning environment.
Episode 2.3 – Career Development for New Faculty
Have you been curious about how faculty achieve their goals? Listen in as Dr. Daniel Raines shares his experience about serving in an interim leadership role early in his career and how new faculty can envision the possibilities for growth and collaboration throughout the beginning of their faculty career.
Episode 2.4 – Professionalism
Take some time to reflect on what professionalism means and the values of being a professional across the career lifespan. Listen in as Dr. Randy Roig provides us with some tips to consider with electronic records, the intersection with ethics and maintaining professionalism.
Episode 2.5 – Role of the Faculty Assembly
Are you curious about the responsibilities for the Faculty Assembly? Listen in as Dr. Pinki Prasad explains the role of the Faculty Assembly for the School of Medicine and how you can contribute to academic medicine through service with Faculty Assembly.
Episode 2.6 – Inside the Fiscal Affairs Office
Have you ever wondered what the difference is in base salary versus supplement? Do you have trouble understanding what a Faculty Income Plan is? Listen in as Ms. Katherine Diodene breaks down the Fiscal Affairs aspects of the Dean's Office to help all faculty have a shared language around financials aspects of the SoM.
Episode 2.7 –Understanding the Office of Academic Affairs
Are you curious about what activities and responsibilities fall under the Office of Academic Affairs? Listen in to learn more about Dr. Lee Engel's role as the Associate Dean and gain a deeper appreciation for the breadth and depth of what the office aims to accomplish on a regular basis.
Episode 2.8 – Being a Successful Basic Science Chair
So what does it mean to be a department chair for the basic sciences? Listen in as Dr. Carmen Canavier shares her journey into leadership, what she has learned throughout the years and her vision for her faculty.
Episode 2.9 – Roles of Clerkship Directors
Are you curious what the day in the life of a clerskship director is like? Would you like to learn more about where you can get more involved in medical student education within your department? Listen in as Dr. Jaime Alleyn and Dr. La'Nasha Tanner, share what inspires and motivates them to serve as clerkship directors.
Episode 2.10 – Nuts and Bolts of Mentorship
Are you interested in expanding your role as a mentor? We have an opportunity for you to think more deeply about your mentoring relationship. Listen in as Dr. Nicholas Gilpin shares his expertise and knowledge about mentorship as well as how to increase your skills as a mentor and mentee.
Episode 2.11 – Leadership Academy
Interested in developing your leadership skills but not sure where to start? Dr. Cynthia Brown and Dr. Cathy Lazarus describe the model and outline for the new Leadership Academy that we have on campus. Listen in to learn more about how you can get involved and expand your skills and capabilities as a leader.
Episode 2.12 – Understanding the Office of Student Affairs
How much do you know about the Office of Student Affairs? Listen in as Dr. Cathy Lazarus and Dr. Taniya De Silva outline the roles and responsibilities within the Office of Student Affairs. You will learn about what is rewarding when serving students and where there are areas for growth.
Season 1 Episodes:
Episode 1.1 – Building Your CV
Have you ever asked yourself which activities are important to put on your CV? Listen in as Dr. Richard DiCarlo outlines the contents that belong on your CV and what activities are important to include on it.
Recorded November 19, 2021
Episode 1.2 – Understanding Promotion and Tenure
Are you considering going up for promotion but are not sure how the process works? In this episode, Dr. Richard DiCarlo provides an overview of the promotions and tenure process at LSUHSC that will explain everything you need to know about the next steps on your journey.
Recorded November 19, 2021
Episode 1.3 – Talking with the Media
Not sure how to respond when someone asks you to conduct a media interview on behalf of LSUHSC? Dr. Corey Hebert breaks down everything you need to know about how to respond to media requests and what makes a showstopping performance.
Recorded November 17, 2021
Episode 1.4 – From Healthcare Hero to Zero
From feeling like a hero at the start of the pandemic to finding yourself burnt out two years later, Dr. Matthew Carlisle breaks down the rollercoaster ride for ER learners and physicians over the course of the pandemic. He explains the changes that were made to training and the lessons learned from the frontlines.
Recorded December 3, 2021
Episode 1.5 – Diving into Quality Improvement
Do you have an idea in mind but are not sure how to turn it into a viable research project? Listen in as Dr. Shannon Palombo explains the basics of quality improvement and how you can turn your everyday work into high quality research opportunities.
Recorded January 7, 2022
Episode 1.6 – Complexities of Curriculum Development
Ever wondered how a curriculum is formed and why it changes? Join us as Dr. Robin English shares her story of success and challenges in her role as Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education. You will learn about how to make difficult decisions when everything changes suddenly and the reward that investing in curricular development can bring to your career.
Recorded January 14, 2022
Episode 1.7 – Navigating Crucial Conversations
When is the last time you felt stuck in a conflict and were not sure how to respond? Dr. Peter Deblieux explains it all to help us learn how to navigate crucial conversations. He breaks the process of conflict resolution down into simple steps that anyone can follow.
Recorded January 28, 2022
Episode 1.8 – How to Establish a Committee
Have you ever wondered how committees are formed? Dr. Navya Nair explains how she partnered with a colleague to turn an idea into a reality. She breaks down the process for how to start a committee in the SOM and why they chose to start this particular committee.
Recorded January 28, 2022
Episode 1.9 – The Role of a Department Chair - Clinical
So what does it mean to be a department chair for the clinical sciences? Join us as Dr. Cynthia Brown shares her vision of leadership as the Chair of the Department of Medicine. Learn about her journey into leadership and what keeps her invested in faculty development.
Recorded March 11, 2022
Episode 1.10 – Nuts and Bolts of Grand Rounds
Are you planning a grand rounds presentation and aren't sure where to start? Listen in as Dr. Raymond Watts explains the nuts and bolts of what makes an interesting and engaging presentation.
Recorded March 18, 2022
Episode 1.11 – Reflecting on Your Professional Identify Development
When is the last time you asked yourself why do I work here and what am I doing with my career? Listen in as Dr. Amy Creel breaks down the nuances of professional identity formation to help you think more clearly about finding a sense of belonging, purpose and passion in your work.
Recorded March 25, 2022