Upcoming Development Sessions

Assistant Professor Meetings

Assistant Professor Meetings

All Assistant Professor meetings are from 12:00 - 4:00pm. Lunch is provided.

October 12th - Wilf Auditorium

Associate Professor Meetings

Associate Professor Meetings

All Associate Professor meetings are from 12:00 - 4:00pm. Lunch is provided. 

November 9th - Wilf Auditorium

Professor Meeting

Professor Meeting

The schedule for 2018-2019 has not yet been set.

PhD Meeting

PhD Meeting

The schedule for 2018-2019 has not yet been set.

Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Sessions 2018

Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Sessions 2018

Accepted! Strategies for Clearing the Common Hurdles in Manuscript Writing
Facilitated by Annie-Laurie McRee, DrPH (General Pediatrics and Adolescent Health) 

Despite our expectations as faculty to publish our work, many of us have never formally been taught how to write an academic paper. In this session we’ll discuss a stepwise approach to manuscript preparation, journal selection, submission, and addressing revisions and share tips with each other to move from blank page to publication.

Offered:
Tuesday, September 25, 12pm
Wednesday, October 17, 12pm
Thursday, November 15, 12pm


MOC4? That's certifiable! Getting MOC Credit for the Work You're Already Doing
Facilitated by Jordan Marmet, MD (Hospital Medicine)

Whether you're looking to design a Quality Improvement project from the ground up OR to re-frame a project on which you've already begun/completed work, this interactive workshop will help you to navigate the confusing Maintenance of Certification-Part IV process and seek internally approved credit for use with American Board of Pediatrics.

Offered:
Tuesday, August 21, 12pm
Wednesday, October 24, 12pm
Thursday, December 6, 12pm


Grand Rounds, Invited Lectures, Visiting Professorships, Oh My - Strategies for Developing a National Reputation
Facilitated by Michael Pitt, MD (Hospital Medicine)

One of the most widely used definitions for promotion criteria is the development of a reputation among peers regionally (associate professors) and nationally (professors) as evidenced by invitations to give talks, peer review, serve in leadership positions, etc. Yet despite this expectation, figuring out exactly how to make this happen is often elusive. In this session, one of the most requested topics we’ve received in P2P feedback, we will discuss five proven strategies for developing and maintaining a reputation in your field of expertise.

Offered:
Wednesday, September 26, 12pm
Thursday, Nocember 1, 12pm
Tuesday, December 4, 12pm


Friends Next Door - Leveraging Community Partnerships in Research, Teaching, Clinical Work, and Advocacy
Facilitated by Peter Scal, MD, MPH (DOGPAH)

Getting involved with community organizations can be useful in several aspects of our work. Whether partnering with disease specific organizations (eg, ADA), parent advocacy groups (PACER), quasi-governmental organizations (Council on DD), or clinical programs (Catholic Charities) creating community relationships takes skills, time and purpose. In this session we’ll discuss strategies for meaningful engagement within the community to strengthen  various aspects of our academic and clinical work and improve the community we live in.

Offered:
Thursday, September 20, 12pm
Wednesday, October 24, 12pm
Thursday, November 29, 12pm


RSVP to One or More of These Sessions and Receive a Calendar Invite

If you would like to facilitate a P2P Session on a topic of your choosing, or you can recommend someone who should, please email Mike Pitt (mbpitt@umn.edu).