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  • GBA/GIP Virtual Programming: Reimagining How We Allocate Space and Financial Resources to Achieve Diversity and Inclusion Webinar - February 23

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 02/23/2021 at 4:00 PM (EST)

    What role can leaders in strategic planning, operations, and finance have in working toward diversity, equity and inclusion?

    What role can leaders in strategic planning, operations, and finance have in working toward diversity, equity and inclusion? One component of developing an inclusive, welcoming culture is ensuring campus aesthetics, space, and resources reflect the institution’s values, including diversity. Being mindful of who has allocated which resources, space, and how much is important since these all have financial implications. Institutional leaders have an opportunity to strategically rethink the way campus space, as well as other institutional resources like staff and salaries, are distributed among faculty and staff to create a truly inclusive culture. In this session, we will explore how institutions can think creatively about the ways in which physical and financial resources are assigned, as well as how to adapt campus aesthetics that communicate the institution's values around diversity and inclusion.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Articulate foundational information on campus aesthetics, space, resource allocation, and compensation.
    • Understand why reconsidering current campus aesthetics, resource allocation, and compensation is critical to achieving both the diversity and inclusion mission as well as overall organizational excellence.
    • Implement solutions from institutions and thought leaders on tangible ways organizational leaders can improve campus aesthetics, space, resource allocation, and compensation structures to further institutional success.

    Amy S. Gottlieb, MD, FACP
    Chief Faculty Development Officer, Baystate Health
    Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
    University of Massachusetts Medical School – Baystate
    Professor of Medicine and Obstetrics & Gynecology
    University of Massachusetts Medical School-Baystate

    Paul Spaulding
    Senior Space Planner
    Space Planning
    University of Rochester Medical Center

    Katy Stevenson, MPP
    Program Administrator, Strategy, Planning and Development
    Office of the CEO and Dean
    University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry

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    The AAMC is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE sponsors through its website:  www.nasbaregistry.org 

    Attendance at this webinar – “GBA/GIP Virtual Programming: Reimagining How We Allocate Space and Financial Resources to Achieve Diversity and Inclusion Webinar” will provide 1 hour of Continuing Professional Education credits in the area of Business Management and Organization. The program level for this meeting is basic. The delivery method is Group-Live – presented online due to COVID-19. No prerequisites or advance preparation is required. Participation in this webinar is free.  For questions about CPE credit, please contact Heather Sacks at hsacks@aamc.org

    After completing this webinar, you will be able to:   
    • Articulate foundational information on campus aesthetics, space, resource allocation, and compensation.
    • Understand why reconsidering current campus aesthetics, resource allocation, and compensation is critical to achieving both the diversity and inclusion mission as well as overall organizational excellence.
    • Implement solutions from institutions and thought leaders on tangible ways organizational leaders can improve campus aesthetics, space, resource allocation, and compensation structures to further institutional success.

    Please note that you will be required to participate on this webinar for at least 50 minutes in order to receive the full CPE credit.

  • GBA & GFP Joint Webinar: An Update on Physician Compensation Methodologies in Academic Medical Centers - February 8

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 02/08/2021 at 3:30 PM (EST)

    In this webinar, we will discuss the results from the 2020 AAMC/SullivanCotter Survey on Physician Faculty Compensation Methodologies.

    In this 75-minute webinar, we will discuss the results from the 2020 AAMC/SullivanCotter Survey on Physician Faculty Compensation Methodologies. This is the third survey conducted by the AAMC and SullivanCotter to help members understand how compensation methodologies for faculty physicians and community physicians employed by AMCs and Advanced Practice Providers are evolving. Organizational characteristics of participants will be provided and topics covered include an overview of work effort methodologies, market benchmarking and compensation strategies. Perspectives from AAMC member institutions will also be shared during this webinar.

    Speakers:    

    Ivy Baer, JD, MPH 
    Senior Director and Regulatory Counsel Regulatory and Policy Group 
    Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC)  

    Darrell Allen Griffith, MPH, CMPE
    Senior Associate Dean for Finance & Administration, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
    Chief Operating Officer, MCV Physicians

    Jason Tackett, MBA, MS 
    Principal
    Physician Workforce Solutions and Strategic Growth Leader
    SullivanCotter

  • Real-World Uses of the AAMC Faculty Salary Survey Data - January 14

    Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 01/14/2021 at 3:30 PM (EST)

    This webinar will feature an overview of the Faculty Salary Survey by AAMC staff on how to access the data, how to use the data, and other operational considerations.

    The AAMC Faculty Salary Survey (FSS) collects data on the total compensation of full-time medical school faculty broken out by rank, degree, department/specialty, school ownership, and region. In addition, the most recent iterations of the survey collect work RVU and clinical fund data for the second year in a row and race/ethnicity data for the first time this year. This 75-minute webinar will feature an overview of the FSS by AAMC staff on how to access the data, how to use the data, and other operational considerations. Following this overview, two institutions – the University of Minnesota Medical School and Wake Forest Baptist Medical School – will offer real-world examples of how they utilize the FSS data, including the creation of special reports that meet the specific needs of their institutions and their institutional leadership.

    Dave Rickelton, Jr., MBA
    Director, Clinical and Faculty Compensation
    Wake Forest Baptist Health

    Angie Simonson
    Finance Director, Department of Medicine
    University of Minnesota

    Sarah Rogers, MS
    Senior Research and Data Analyst
    Association of American Medical Colleges

    Stefanie Wisniewski, MPH, MSW 
    Manager, Faculty and Compensation Data
    Data Operations and Services
    Association of American Medical Colleges

  • GREAT/GRAND Community Forum

    Contains 8 Product(s)

    The AAMC invites GREAT Group and GRAND members to join in a new webinar series to give these communities a place to receive briefings on new and emerging issues, interact, and discuss topics of interest.

    The AAMC is providing these forums as a platform for sharing important policy updates and other timely information with the GREAT Group and GRAND communities. Topics are selected by AAMC staff with input from the GREAT Group and GRAND Steering Committees, and suggestions are invited from the membership.

    Please send topic suggestions to Amanda Field, PhD, AAMC Science Policy Specialist, at afield@aamc.org.

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    Rebekah Corlew, PhD, AAMC Director of Constituent Engagement for Research Education and Women in Medicine and Science. 
    Dr. Corlew is the constituent engagement director and contact for the GREAT group, GRAND, and GWIMS.





  • Update from the NIH Office of Extramural Research - December 15

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 12/15/2020 at 12:00 PM (EST)

    Join us for an update on key NIH policies for the extramural research and research training community.

    Join Mike Lauer, MD, NIH Deputy Director for Extramural Research, for an update on key NIH policies for the extramural research and research training community. 

    Dr. Lauer welcomes discussion during a question and answer period to follow the presentation. You may also submit questions ahead of time to AAMC staff at GREAT@aamc.org.

    The AAMC looks forward to providing this platform for interaction with the GREAT and GRAND communities on these and future topics. Please send topic suggestions to AAMC staff (above).

    Please use Google Chrome, Firefox, Edge or Safari on this registration site.  Internet Explorer will not function properly as it is too old to be compatible with the registration system. 

    Michael Lauer, MD

    Deputy Director for Extramural Research, National Institutes of Health (NIH)

    Michael Lauer, M.D., is the Deputy Director for Extramural Research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), where he serves as the principal scientific leader and advisor to the Director of the NIH on all matters relating to the substance, quality, and effectiveness of the NIH extramural research program and administration. He received education and training at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Albany Medical College, Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Public Health, and the NHLBI’s Framingham Heart Study.  He spent 14 years at Cleveland Clinic as Professor of Medicine, Epidemiology, and Biostatistics.  During his tenure at the Clinic, he led a federally funded internationally renowned clinical epidemiology program that applied big data from large-scale electronic health platforms to questions regarding the diagnosis and management of cardiovascular disease.  From 2007 to 2015 he served as a Division Director at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), where promoted efforts to leverage big data infrastructure to enable high-efficiency population and clinical research and efforts to adopt a research funding culture that reflected data-driven policy.  He has received numerous awards including the NIH Equal Employment Opportunity Award of the Year and the Arthur S. Flemming Award for Exceptional Federal Service in recognition of his efforts to grow a culture of learning and accountability. 

    Christa Wagner, PhD

    Senior Legislative Analyst

    Christa Wagner currently serves as a Senior Legislative Analyst at the AAMC where she is responsible for legislative and regulatory policy and advocacy in support of medical research and academic medicine’s partnership with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Her work includes supporting and coordinating two coalitions convened by the AAMC, the Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research which supports an enhanced federal investment in the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the Friends of VA Medical Care and Health Research (FOVA) which is dedicated to supporting an increased federal investment in the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical and Prosthetic research program. Christa also serves as an editor of the AAMC’s weekly government relations newsletter, Washington Highlights. 

    Prior to joining the AAMC, Christa served as the American Society for Human Genetics (ASHG) and National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) Genetics and Public Policy Fellow. In this role, she contributed to health and science policy efforts at a scientific member society, as well as in the executive and legislative branches of the US government, including Capitol Hill experience as a health fellow in the office of US Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio. Christa received her Bachelor of Arts in Biochemistry from Oberlin College and her PhD in Cellular and Molecular Medicine from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

  • ERAS PDWS Q&A Session - December 10

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 12/10/2020 at 12:00 PM (EST)

    ERAS will host a 45-minute Q&A session on Thursday, December 10th at 12 p.m. ET regarding the Program Director's WorkStation (PDWS).

    ERAS will host a 45-minute Q&A session on Thursday, December 10th at 12 p.m. ET regarding the Program Director's WorkStation (PDWS). This webinar is open to all program contacts. During the Q&A, ERAS staff will answer frequently asked questions and questions submitted during the live event. Attendees are encouraged to watch the PDWS Webinar Series on the ERAS Community Site Webinars Section prior to attending the Q&A session.

    Please use Google Chrome, Firefox, Edge or Safari on this registration site.  Internet Explorer will not function properly as it is too old to be compatible with the registration system. 

    Richard Peng
    ERAS Senior Training Specialist

  • AAMC Building Better Curriculum Webinar - December 9

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 12/09/2020 at 1:00 PM (EST)

    Please join us for a new presentation in our continuing series on Building Better Curriculum.

    Curriculum Development Lessons Learned from the Newly Launched Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine.  

    The Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine opened in July 2020. Opening a new medical school has provided an amazing opportunity to apply best practices and lessons learned from the educational literature, environmental scanning, and the wisdom of experience of the school’s leaders who came from various institutions across the country. This presentation will describe the curriculum including its guiding principles and lessons learned from the curriculum development process.

    Please visit http://www.aamc.org/cir/webinars for a complete list of past and future events. 

    If you would like to register for the entire series, please click here. Check back for additional webinars that are added to the series.

    Abbas Hyderi

    Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education, Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine

    Dr. Abbas Hyderi joined the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine (KPSOM) as Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education and Professor of Clinical Science in July 2018 having come from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) College of Medicine, where he was Associate Professor in the Departments of Family Medicine and Medical Education as well as Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education with principal oversight of all four years of the curriculum. He led the University of Illinois College of Medicine team when it participated in the Association of American Medical Colleges Core Entrustable Professional Activities (Core EPA) Pilot for which he was also the national co-chair of the Entrustment Concept Team and the national chair of the EPA 13 Team. He is a certified Team-Based Learning (TBL™) Collaborative Trainer-Consultant and has delivered faculty development workshops and given presentations internationally on topics including learner-centered education, TBL™, and competency-based medical education including EPAs. 

    Dr. Hyderi has been recognized at both the medical school and residency program levels with several awards, including the 2010 Illinois Academy of Family Physicians Teacher of the Year Award and the 2016 UIC College of Medicine Emerging Innovator Award, which recognizes the contributions of one graduate within the past 15 years.  He has produced over 100 peer-reviewed presentations and publications related to medical education.

    For more information about Dr. Hyderi, please click here.

    Angela Blood (Moderator)

    Director, Curriculum Resources, AAMC

    Ms. Blood is the Director of Curriculum Resources at the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).  She oversees the AAMC Curriculum Inventory (CI) program including data collection and resources.

  • AAMC Building Better Curriculum Webinar Series

    Contains 11 Product(s)

    The AAMC Building Better Curriculum monthly one-hour webinar series is an opportunity for curriculum deans, leaders, administrators, teaching faculty, and staff to learn about and explore innovations in curriculum and curriculum mapping.

    The AAMC Building Better Curriculum monthly one-hour webinar series is an opportunity for curriculum deans, leaders, administrators, teaching faculty, and staff to learn about and explore innovations in curriculum and curriculum mapping. It also provides a venue for AAMC to provide updates on Curriculum Inventory developments. Attendees can see show demonstrations of new reports, preview upcoming publications, brainstorm issues related to gathering, entering, aggregating, reviewing, and reporting on curriculum data, and provide input regarding next steps in reports and publications. 

    Registration is required.

  • GBA Workshop, Part 1: Understanding Allyship and Responding to Microaggressions through Bystander Intervention - December 8

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 12/08/2020 at 3:00 PM (EST)

    Please join us for part 1 of this workshop on allyship and responding to microaggressions through bystander intervention, sponsored by the GBA Department Administrator Interest Group.

    Please join us for part 1 of this workshop on allyship and responding to microaggressions through bystander intervention, sponsored by the GBA Department Administrator Interest Group. Experiences of bias, harassment and microaggressions is an expanding area of focus for faculty, administrators and leaders in the health professions as awareness of the enormous prevalence of these experiences has increased. Research on microaggressions and bias has shown to have significant negative impacts on individual confidence, physical health, and overall wellbeing. Therefore, more education and training on responding to microaggressions through bystander intervention is sorely needed in academic medicine. 

    This two-part series will present foundational information on how to enact one’s allyship, respond effectively to microaggressions, and create inclusive and respectful environments for all faculty and learners. Taking an inclusive approach to traditional bystander intervention training, this workshop equips leaders with tools and strategies they can bring back to their institution to begin addressing bias, harassment, and microaggressions in the moment they occur.   

    Part 1 (December 8, 2020) The first part of this workshop will begin with basic information on implicit bias as a function of power and privilege, as well as behavior strategies for developing allies. Participants will learn that a culture of respect and accountability is created and maintained through everyday acts of allyship, small and large.  

    Part 2 (TBD, 2021) Explore bystander intervention methodologies, barriers and implicit biases to overcome as a bystander, as well as strategies to respond to microaggressions. Participants will also learn organizational strategies for implementing and maintaining bystander intervention and allyship programs (within departments, centers, and Institutes) and at the institutional level. Participants will gather both bystander intervention skills as well as generate ideas for how to institutionalize allyship behaviors for maximum impact.   

    Diana Lautenberger, MA 

    Director, Faculty and Staff Studies and Services 
    Women in Medicine & Science 
    Association of American Medical Colleges 

  • CMOG/GFP Virtual Programming: Webinar on Aligning Faculty with Non-Academic Physicians Across One System of Care - December 8

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 12/08/2020 at 1:00 PM (EST)

    “Emory Healthcare Physician Group Practices” is a case study and success story more than a decade in the making.

    "Emory Healthcare Physician Group Practices" is a case study and success story more than a decade in the making. Emory Healthcare has created a comprehensive, interconnected medical practice that spans the state of Georgia. During this webinar, two leaders from the Emory Healthcare effort will talk about their challenges and successes as they worked to develop this practice plan. Their journey included organic growth and the acquisition of both private practices and whole health systems to create a cohesive group of more than 1,700 medical school faculty members and 380 non-faculty physicians in 280 locations.  

    Learning Objectives:

    • Attendees will be able to describe Emory’s strategies and lessons learned.
    • Attendees will be able to identify the cultural and financial implications of large scale growth and integration 

    Penny Castellano, MD

    Chief Medical Officer
    Emory Clinic and Specialty Associates

    Penny Castellano, MD received her BA in Zoology from Drew University in Madison NJ, and earned her MD from Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, where she also completed her residency training in Gynecology and Obstetrics.

    After gaining experience in private practice, Dr. Castellano joined the faculty at Emory and currently serves as Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics, as well as Executive Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs for that Department. During her time at Emory, Dr. Castellano has served many roles in Gynecology and Obstetrics, including Student Clerkship Director, Division Director for General GYN/OB, Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs and interim Chair. Dr. Castellano has also pursued a leadership focus in Quality and Safety in Healthcare and has held several administrative positions in this domain.

    From 1997- 2001, she served as Medical Director for Emory Clinic North, and was intimately involved in the implementation of the organization’s Cerner EMR. Following that, she served as Chief Medical Officer for Primary Care for The Emory Clinic (Emory’s faculty practice plan). Since 2006, Dr. Castellano has served as CMO and CQO for both The Emory Clinic and Emory’s owned, non-faculty practice, Emory Specialty Associates. Currently, she is serving as Associate Clinic Director and CMO for both practice groups. Dr. Castellano is a member of the AAMC Chief Medical Officers Group and has served (and currently serves) on several executive and advisory committees for both AAMC and Vizient.

    Maureen E. Haldeman, MBA, MHA

    Chief Operating Officer
    Emory Clinic and Specialty Associates

    Maureen Haldeman joined Emory Healthcare as Vice President, Emory Clinic and Chief Administrative Officer, Emory Specialty Associates in December 2010. She served as Interim Chief Operating Officer for the Emory Physician Group Practice from April 2016 to February 2018, and then was appointed Chief Operating Officer in February 2018.

    Ms. Haldeman has over 25 years of physician practice management experience in an integrated delivery system. Previously, Ms. Haldeman was the Executive Vice President of Saint Joseph’s Medical Group, the Vice President of Physician Practice at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, and the Vice President of Physician Services at WellStar Health System.

    Ms. Haldeman received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Wellesley College, and her Master of Health Administration and Master of Business Administration from Georgia State University. Ms. Haldeman is a Fellow in the American College of Medical Practice Executives