For those early in their academic medical career, it can be challenging to find solid, trustworthy advice on how to navigate the perils of academia. Fortunately, The Academy for Women in Academic Emergency Medicine (AWAEM) has published a series of video-based Peer Reviewed Lectures (PeRLs) in the Academic Emergency Medicine journal. Thanks to the journal, we were given permission to repurpose some of of the videos into podcast form. Take a listen to these short, abridged, high-yield podcasts for those pursuing an academic career.

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Hansoti B, McGregor AJ, Wolfe J, Networking: Why, How and Where to Connect with Peers and Mentors in Academic EM. AWAEM Professional Development Series. Peer-Reviewed Lectures. Academic Emergency Medicine. https://vimeo.com/97358437 Nov 2014. 21 (11) 1287.
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Wolfe J, McGregor AJ, Part Time Academic EM: Possibilities, Pitfalls and Pearls. AWAEM Professional Development Series. Peer-Reviewed Lectures. Academic Emergency Medicine. https://vimeo.com/97437711 Nov 2014. 21 (11) 1290-1291.
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Abbuhl S, McGregor AJ, Wolfe J, Hit the Ground Running: A Guide for the First Two Years of Your Academic Career. AWAEM Professional Development Series. Peer-Reviewed Lectures. Academic Emergency Medicine. https://vimeo.com/97269472 Nov 2014. 21 (11) 1286.
Michelle Lin, MD
ALiEM Editor-in-Chief
Professor and Digital Innovation Lab Director
Department of Emergency Medicine
University of California, San Francisco
Michelle Lin, MD

@M_Lin

Professor of Emerg Med at UCSF-Zuckerberg San Francisco General. Founder of ALiEM @aliemteam #PostitPearls https://t.co/7v7cgJqNEn
Michelle Lin, MD