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04/25/201408:00 AM - 03:00 PMFinding Inspiration and Resilience in MedicineEskenazi Hospital, Rapp Family Conference CenterSee More

Finding Inspiration and Resilience in Medicine (FIRM) Symposium

Presenter : Leadership in Medicine - Senior Medical Students
Location: Eskenazi Hospital, Rapp Family Conference Center
Academy of Teaching Track:





About FIRM

The changes and challenges in the current healthcare system are very real. The focus of this conference is to encourage conversation among physicians and students about their struggles, and to equip them with the tools to promote personal resilience in the face of these great difficulties.By encouraging them to rediscover their personal inspiration, to become more skilled at self-care and mental wellness, and to have stronger psychosocial support, we hope to promote resilience.

Keynote

Dr. Liselotte Dyrbye

Professor of Medicine at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN.

Dr. Dyrbye has had numerous publications on the subject of burnout and inspiration in medicine. She is currently the principal investigator of a multi-center study examining burnout, quality of life and depression involving medical students. She has also had numerous speaking engagements in the areas of physician health. She is an Internal Medicine physician at the Mayo Clinic where she practices primary care, she also has appointments within Mayo Clinic as an Associate Director of Research Applications in the Department of Medicine’s program on Physician Well-Being. She is also Chair of Clinical Experiences at Mayo Medical School where she is responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of the clinical curriculum.

Breakout Sessions

Work & Calling From the Perspective of Exodus

In this presentation, you will be invited to understand your work from the perspective of calling and to consider tips for finding and following your calling.

Mark Mutz, BA, JD is the Vice President and Director of Mosaic Consulting, Director of Frank Miller Lumber Company, Tower Bank of Central Indiana and several nonprofit organizations. Mark received his B.A. from Northwestern University and his J.D. from Yale Law School.

From the Inside Out:Using Appreciative Inquiry to Sustain Resiliency and Optimism in Medicine

This session will focus on the use of Appreciative Inquiry (AI), an organizational culture change approach that takes advantage of the positive energy that is generated when people gather to share stories of themselves, those around them, and their work place when it is at its best.

Richard Frankel, PhD is the Associate Director of the Health Services Research Unit of the Richard L. Roudebush Veteran's Administration Medical Center, Professor of Medicine and Geriatrics at IU School of Medicine and Research Scientist in the IU Center for Health Services and Outcome Research at the Regenstrief Institute, Inc. Dr. Frankel's educational interests include faculty development and incorporating personal awareness and mindfulness.

Thriving in a Survivor World: Authentic Decision-Making for Your Medical Career

Are you thriving? Or surviving? How do you know when you’re entering the cycle of survival? And how can you stay rooted in the process of thriving?

Debbie Smith, BA, MA is a Life Coach and Spiritual Director who specializes in working with medical students and professionals. Debbie spent 15 years in Indianapolis where she held various financial and business leadership positions. In addition to coaching physicians and medical students, she speaks at various conferences and has taught an elective class on decision-making at Vanderbilt Medical School since the fall of 2005. Debbie holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling and is also a Hudson Institute Certified Professional Coach.

Leadership & The Science of Inspiration

As a physician it is impossible to avoid leadership, which then begs the question,What is the essence of leadership; the core act of a leader? Is inspiration an important element of leadership? If so, how is it achieved?

Stephen Bogdewic, PhD is the IU School of Medicine Executive Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development and the Dr. George W. Copeland Professor of Family Medicine. Dr. Bogdewic is an expert in leadership and faculty development.

Event Sponsors

Office of Educational Affairs

Eskenazi Health

Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development

Department of Neurology

Department of Radiology

Department of Surgery

Accreditation Statement

Indiana University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation Statement

Indiana University School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 6 Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Faculty Disclosure Statement

In accordance with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) Standards for Commercial Support, educational programs sponsored by Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) must demonstrate balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor. All faculty, authors, editors, and planning committee members participating in an IUSM-sponsored activity are required to disclose any or other relationship with the manufacturer(s) of any commercial product(s) and/or provider(s) of commercial services that are discussed in an educational activity.

Note

While it offers CME credits, this activity is not intended to provide extensive training or certification in the field.

This event is sponsored by the IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 278-3089 or by email at ofapd@iupui.edu.

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Clinical Education, Leadership
14/25/201401:00 PM - 02:30 PMIUPUI: Working with Industry on Applied ResearchUniversity Library (UL),1126See More

IUPUI: Working with Industry on Applied Research & Creative Activity

Presenter :Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
Location: University Library (UL),1126
Academy of Teaching Track:

This session will provide participants with an overview of services provided by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research that help link faculty researchers to industry partners for potential collaborations. Although this information session is geared toward new to mid-career faculty/researchers with a desire to work with industry, all faculty are welcome to attend. The following topics will be discussed: Research vs. applied research; Benefits of collaboration; How much industry research is currently being conducted at IUPUI; What industry looks for in applied research; What industry looks for in an applied researcher.

This event is presented by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 274-1020 or by email at ovcr@iupui.edu.

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Research, Grant Writing, Partner Events
24/25/201408:00 AM - 09:00 AMPreventing Burnout & Promoting Success for All LearnersDaly Center (MF),122 C/DSee More

Preventing Burnout & Promoting Success for All Learners

Presenter :Lotte Dyrbye, Professor of Medicine and Medical Education, Mayo Clinic
Location: Daly Center (MF),122 C/D
Academy of Teaching Track: C

Dr. Dyrbye's research focuses on well-being across the continuum from medical school to physicians in practice.  She is currently the primary investigator on a longitudinal multi-institutional study of burnout, quality of life, and depression of medical students. 

Please join us for an opportunity to engage Dr. Dyrbye in conversation about her recent article in Medical Education, and how faculty can create a learning environment that diminishes the risk of burnout for learners.  We encourage you to read the article prior to attending the event.


This event is sponsored by the IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 278-3089 or by email at ofapd@iupui.edu.

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Education, Clinical Education, Academy, Polycom
34/29/201401:30 PM - 02:30 PMMark Brothers of South Bend LectureWalther Hall (R3),203See More

Mark Brothers of South Bend Lecture: Vascular Stability, Inflammation, and Cancer

Presenter :Dean Y. Li, M.D., Ph.D.
Location: Walther Hall (R3),203
Academy of Teaching Track:

The 2014 Mark Brothers Award will be presented to Dean Y. Li, M.D., Ph.D. Associate Vice President for Research and Chief Scientific Officer, Health Sciences, Vice Dean for Research, School of Medicine, Director, University of Utah Molecular Medicine (U2M2) Program, HA and Edna Benning Endowed Professor of Medicine and Cardiology University of Utah. Reception to follow in the Walther Hall lobby.

For additional information, click here.

 

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45/2/201408:00 AM - 09:30 AMDistilling Your MessageEmerson Hall (EH),304See More

Distilling Your Message: Communicating Scientific Research to All

Presenter :Faculty from the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University
Location: Emerson Hall (EH),304
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

Award-winning actor Alan Alda once said, 'Communication is not something you add on to science, it is the essence of science.'

In this interactive lecture, faculty members from the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University will provide the tools necessary to translate your scientific reasearch for any audience.

Participants will practice finding common ground with an audience, speaking at different levels of complexity for different audiences, and answering questions about their work. 


Small Group Sessions

In addition to the lecture at 8am, experts from the Center will provide small group consultation sessions at 9:45am and 12:30pm.

Space is limited!

Attendance at the morning plenary is a prerequisite to participate in one of the small-group sessions.  If you are interested in participating in a small group session, you must register both for this lecture and for your chosen small group session.

This event is open to all faculty, postdocs, fellows, and learners throughout the IUSM and IUPUI community.

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Education, Research, Academy, New Faculty
55/2/201409:45 AM - 11:45 AMCommunicating Your Research: Group 1Daly Center (MF),174 & 175See More

Communicating Your Research: Small Group Session 1

Presenter :Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science
Location: Daly Center (MF),174 & 175
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

In addition to their morning lecture, the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science will be leading small groups of faculty and learners through a hands-on session designed to improve their scientific communication strategies. 

Participants will be required to bring an abstract of their own research and work with a partner to make their message clear and understandable to both funders and the public.  Strategies to be addressed include: audience  adaptation and clarity of organization.  Faculty will leave the workshop with an 'elevator pitch' about their research. 

Participants must attend the morning lecture in order to participate in a small group session.  Registration is only required for one of the three small group sessions.

This is the registration for Small Group Session 1 at 9:45am.

Click HERE to register for the LECTURE.

Click HERE to register for Small Group Session 2 at 12:30pm.

 

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Education, Research, Academy
65/2/201412:30 PM - 02:30 PMCommunicating Your Research: Group 2Daly Center (MF),174 & 175See More

Communicating Your Research: Small Group Session 2

Presenter :Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science
Location: Daly Center (MF),174 & 175
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

In addition to their morning lecture, the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science will be leading small groups of faculty and learners through a hands-on session designed to improve their scientific communication strategies. 

Participants will be required to bring an abstract of their own research and work with a partner to make their message clear and understandable to both funders and the public.  Strategies to be addressed include: audience  adaptation and clarity of organization.  Faculty will leave the workshop with an 'elevator pitch' about their research. 

Participants must attend the morning lecture in order to participate in a small group session.  Registration is only required for one of the three small group sessions.

This is the registration for Small Group Session 2 at 12:30pm.

Click HERE to register for the LECTURE.

Click HERE to register for Small Group Session 1 at 9:45am.

 

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Education, Research, Academy
75/12/201408:30 AM - 03:00 PMAcademy: Critical Thinking Into PracticeCampus Center (CE),450CSee More

Academy: Putting Critical Thinking Into Practice

Presenter :IUPUI Gateway to Graduation Program
Location: Campus Center (CE),450C
Academy of Teaching Track: LT

Learners report that critical thinking skills are acquired incrementally, as they are exposed to ever more inconvenient information, contradictory data, and difficult questions. This process begins simply and non-threateningly by focusing on ideas and information that is far removed from learners' own experiences, but then gradually shifts the focus to their own ideas.

In this all-day event participants will start by learning about some of the teaching approaches and activities that learners across the disciplines say help them to think more critically. We will go through a series of exercises, from very simple scenario analyses to quite complex critical conversation protocols, that replicate in one day the journey that learners take over a semester to put their own reasoning under close scrutiny.

About the Presenter:

Currently a Distinguished University Professor of the University of St Thomas in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Dr. Stephen Brookfield has written and edited fifteen books on adult learning, teaching, leadership, critical theory, and critical thinking, five of which have won the World Award for Literature in Adult Education (in 1986, 1989, 1996, 2005 and 2011). He has also authored over 100 chapters in edited books, published over 70 articles in refereed journals, and delivered over 40 papers that were published in juried conference proceedings.

This event is sponsored by the IUPUI Gateway to Graduation Program.  For more information, call
317-278-6480 or kthedwal@iupui.edu.

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Education, Clinical Education, Academy, Partner Events
85/22/201404:30 PM - 06:00 PMLeadership: Engaging Senior FacultyFairbanks Hall (FS),5005See More

Leadership Series: Engaging Senior and Emeritus Faculty

Presenter :James McAteer, PhD, Emily Walvoord, MD, and Julie Welch, MD
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),5005
Academy of Teaching Track:

This event will include resources and conversation for department chairs, vice chairs, directors, and leaders about how to engage senior and emeritus faculty.  Case studies and hands-on activities will offer attendees the opportunity to consider ways to work with faculty in their home units.  Ample time will be available for questions and discussion.

This event is sponsored by the IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 278-3089 or by email at ofapd@iupui.edu.

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Leadership, Chair Series
95/27/201409:00 am - 11:00 amBEST Session 3 Work schedules, attendance & time offWalther Hall (R3),303/305See More

Staff: Basic Essentials of Supervision (BEST) session 3, Navigating Challenges: Work schedules, Attendance & Time Off

Presenter :Neelam Chand, Department of Medicine & Theresa Martin, School of Medicine
Location: Walther Hall (R3),303/305
Academy of Teaching Track:

Staff:  Basic Essentials of Supervision Training (BEST)

Session 3:  Navigating the Challenges: Work Schedules, Attendance and Time Off

 

 

This is the 3rd of 6 sessions in the Basic Essentials of Supervision Training (BEST) series for staff.  These sessions are designed for supervisors who are new to their roles and to those who are seeking professional development opportunities to grow as a leader.  The sessions have two components:  1) An online presentation to review on your own schedule and 2) Live in class session for opportunities to interact with peers on campus and to learn from others' experiences.

Online presentations may be accessed on the (BEST Website).

Managing work schedules, attendance and time off can be challenging when laws, policies, and past practices are factored in.  In this session, we will examine:

 

·         The Fair Labor Standards Act and its impact on work schedules

·         Types of work schedules

·         Premium pay applicable to certain work schedules

·         Tips on managing attendance and time off

 

View the webinar prior to the in class session.  You will have an opportunity to review and practice the skills learned during the online webinar.  We will discuss “real life” situations and practical applications for managing them.  Come prepared to participate in this interactive workshop; share a situation you are facing if you would like to have guidance on how to handle it. 


Online and in-class facilitators are:

Neelam Chand – Department of Medicine

Theresa Martin – School of Medicine, Administrative Services

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Staff
106/24/201409:00 am - 11:00 amStaff: BEST Session 4, Hiring, Interviewing & OnboardingWalther Hall (R3),303/305See More

Staff: Basic Essentials of Supervision Training (BEST) Session 4, Hiring, Interviewing & Onboarding

Presenter :Carla Ewing, Department of Radiology
Location: Walther Hall (R3),303/305
Academy of Teaching Track:

Staff:  Basic Essentials of Supervision Training (BEST)

Session 4: Hiring, Interviewing and Onboarding

This is the 4th of 6 sessions in the Basic Essentials of Supervision Training (BEST) series for staff.  These sessions are designed for supervisors who are new to their roles and to those who are seeking professional development opportunities to grow as a leader.  The sessions have two components:  1) An online presentation to review on your own schedule and 2) Live in class session for opportunities to interact with peers on campus and to learn from others' experiences.

Online presentations may be accessed on the (BEST Website).

It is important that the University conduct lawful interviews.  In this module, we will review the behavioral interviewing technique; in which past behavior is believed to be a good indicator of future behavior.  Steps in successful interviewing and questions you can or cannot ask during the interview process.  We will also go over the next steps once a hiring decision has been made.

What is Onboarding and what are the benefits?  This is a critical step in beginning a successful employee/ employer relationship.  Part 2 of this module will equip you with information on how to set up a successful onboarding program.

Please view the webinar before the in-class workshop.  During the in-class workshop we will practice behavioral interviewing, go over specific university hiring procedures and compliance requirements.  You will also receive detailed onboarding information and materials.

Come prepared to participate in this hands-on, interactive workshop.

 

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Staff
116/26/201405:15 PM - 06:45 PMFEED: Engaging Millennial LearnersFairbanks Hall (FS),1109See More

FEED: Engaging Millennial Learners

Presenter :Megan Palmer, PhD
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),1109
Academy of Teaching Track: IS

Faculty Enrichment and Education Development (FEED) is a series of workshops on key topics in faculty development. FEED provides an opportunity for faculty to learn in a collegial environment.

Join us for dinner and conversation with Megan Palmer, PhD, Assistant Dean for Faculty Affairs and Professional Development.  Dr. Palmer will lead an interactive session on how faculty can develop teaching strategies designed specifically for today\'s learners. 

Dinner will be served from 5:15pm-5:30pm.  The presentation will begin promptly at 5:30pm.

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Polycom and Call-In Instructions

From an IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Quick dial by entering 22107. Then push the call button on your remote control.

From a non-IU videoconferencing endpoint:

  1. Connect to the IU Guest Portal at: 156.56.240.9
  2. Activate your touch tone screen, on some systems this is the # key, and press 1 to \'Dial a Conference Number.\'
  3. Enter the full conference number, followed by “#” (e.g., “22107#” )
  4. Press “#” again to place the call.

From a Telephone:

To connect to a videoconference by telephone, dial 812-856-7060. Enter the conference code number, 22107, followed by the # key

How to Get Help:

If you have any issues connecting to the meeting or during the meeting, please call the Collaboration Technology Help Desk at 812-856-2020.

This event is sponsored by the IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development . If you have questions about this event please contact the office at (317) 278-3089 or by email at ofapd@iupui.edu.

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Education, FEED
127/22/201409:00 am - 11:00 amBEST Session 5 Leadership and the MBTIWalther Hall (R3),303/305See More

Staff: Basic Essentials of Supervision Training (BEST) Session 5, Leadership and the MBTI

Presenter :Terri Ryckaert, School of Medicine, Administrative Services
Location: Walther Hall (R3),303/305
Academy of Teaching Track:

Staff:  Basic Essentials of Supervision Training (BEST)

Session 5: Leadership and the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator)

This is the 5th of 6 sessions in the Basic Essentials of Supervision Training (BEST) series for staff.  These sessions are designed for supervisors who are new to their roles and to those who are seeking professional development opportunities to grow as a leader.  The sessions have two components:  1) An online presentation to review on your own schedule and 2) Live in class session for opportunities to interact with peers on campus and to learn from others' experiences.

Online presentations may be accessed on the (BEST Website).

Each leader is different.  There isn’t a perfect leadership style and everyone brings different traits to the table.  The MBTI assessment is probably the most well-known and used personality assessment tools.  As many as 1.5 million assessments are administered annually to individuals including to employees of most Fortune 500 companies.

During the 20 minute webinar we will review the basics of the MBTI and introduce leadership styles of various types.  Please view this webinar before the in-class session.  During the in-class session, we will further explore leadership and the MBTI by discussing scenarios and real world examples.  Note:  You will need to take the assessment prior to the in-class session.  The assessment and booklet will be provided at the end of the in-class session 4 on June 24th.  Email tar3@iu.edu if you are unable to attend the session on June 24th.

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Staff
138/26/201409:00 am - 11:00 amBEST Session 6, Employee Engagement & Work Life BalanceWalther Hall (R3),303/305See More

Staff: Basic Essentials of Supervision Training (BEST), Session 6: Employee Engagement and Work Life Balance

Presenter :Beverly Radloff, Endocrinology, Pulmonary, and Rheumatology and Bridget Working, Department of Medicine
Location: Walther Hall (R3),303/305
Academy of Teaching Track:

Staff:  Basic Essentials of Supervision Training (BEST)

Session 6: Employee Engagement and Work Life Balance

This is the final session of the Basic Essentials of Supervision Training (BEST) sessions for staff.  These sessions are designed for supervisors who are new to their roles and to those who are seeking professional development opportunities to grow as a leader.  The sessions have two components:  1) An online presentation to review on your own schedule and 2) Live in class session for opportunities to interact with peers on campus and to learn from others' experiences.

Online presentations may be accessed on the (BEST Website).

Engaged employees take pride in their organization and believe in their work. They feel valued by their employer and work hard to make the business successful.  In this session, we will examine:

•         Most common activities employers use to engage employees

•         Discuss possible methods for increasing employee engagement

•         How IUPUI addresses Work-Life issues

•         Ways you can encourage work life balance in your employees.

 

View the webinar prior to the in class session.  You will have an opportunity to discuss case studies and review and practice the skills learned during the online webinar. 

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Staff
149/20/201402:30 PM - 04:30 PMFaculty Social @ the RegattaFairbanks Hall (FS),AtriumSee More

IUSM Faculty Social @ the IUPUI Regatta

Presenter :IUSM Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development
Location: Fairbanks Hall (FS),Atrium
Academy of Teaching Track:

Join the School of Medicine Dean's Office at this year's IUPUI Regatta canoe race on north end of the Indianapolis Canal Walk. This family-friendly event will offer an opportunity for all IUSM faculty to welcome our new faculty members and to meet our new dean, Dr. Jay Hess, in a relaxed environment.

While the Regatta runs all day, OFAPD will welcome you and your family into the Fairbanks Hall lobby from 3pm-5:30pm. Dr. Hess will make brief remarks at 3pm. All attendees are encouraged to stay, enjoy the activities, and cheer the IUSM Regatta Team on to victory. Light refreshments will be served.

Free parking will be available for IUSM Faculty in the Fairbanks Hall parking lot beginning at 2pm.

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