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Faculty Development News
April 2015

Dike Drummond MD, CEO of will share his experience from his own career ending burnout and over 1400 hours of one-on-one coaching with overstressed and burned out doctors. Participants will learn the four primary causes of physician burnout, ways recognize burnout, and ways to decrease your negative impact and help prevent burnout, now and in the future.

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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. Two locations are available and preregistration is available online.
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Negotiating the Divide is a networking event to bring residents, students, scientists, and fellows from throughout the Indianapolis area together with industry professionals and established physicians and faculty to discuss pay discrepancies, negotiation skills, and to empower female leadership in medicine and science. This event will raise awareness and understanding of Equal Pay Day and the wage gap that exists between men and women training and working as physicians and scientists.

Negotiating the Divide is held annually and this year it will be held on “Equal Pay Day,” established in 1996 by the National Committee on Pay Equity to symbolize how far into 2015 women must work to earn what men earned in 2014. Food and beverages will be served and the event and parking are free.

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Women have achieved significant accomplishments in medicine and science, yet comprise a relatively small proportion of faculty, especially at the highest ranks and positions of leadership. As a result, women faculty tend to have smaller professional networks than male colleagues and have fewer role models of success.

The Stepping Stones of Women in Leadership series is intended to create a forum where all faculty and students can learn about professional development through hearing the personal career journeys of successful women. Please join us in honoring the career of Dr. Debbie Thurmond.

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Dr. R. Kevin Grigsby, Senior Director of Member Organizational Development at the AAMC, will share strategies for optimizing effort in the workplace at the next Faculty Enrichment and Education Development workshop. Attendies will learn to have a better understanding of their current investment of professional effort across missions and optimizing effort allocation in the workplace, including how to 'stop' activities that are not well aligned with individual success.

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