Podcasts: Pearls on Networking, Early Academic Career, and Part Time Academics in the AWAEM Professional Development Series

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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By |2019-01-28T21:41:20-08:00Feb 25, 2016|Professional Development|

Social Media Index: Controversy and Evolution

Hand holding a Social Media 3d SphereThe Social Media Index was moved from BoringEM to ALiEM on the morning of Thursday, November 21st. The increased exposure for my previously obscure little prototype got it a lot of attention. By that afternoon Dr. Scott Weingart (@EMCrit) had weighed in with an audio response critical of the index and requested that EMCrit be removed. This set off a lively discussion on Twitter as a good chunk of the FOAM community got in on this important discussion.

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By |2017-06-23T18:27:25-07:00Nov 24, 2013|Social Media & Tech|

ALiEM Book Club Wrap Up: A Temporary Matter

InterpreterofmaladiescoverThe November book club selection was a short story A Temporary Matter from the collection Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri. The goal in selecting the story was to gain an understanding of how doctors impact the lives of patients, even in the briefest of encounters. For this month, we do a 14-minute book club wrap up in podcast form!  Dr. Teresa Chan and I discuss the story, significance to clinical practice, and announce next month’s selection.

By |2016-11-11T19:04:43-08:00Nov 23, 2013|Book Club|

EM-RAP Educator’s Podcast: How to get promoted in academic EM

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Dr. Amal Mattu gives a great 47-minute lecture on “How to Get Promoted in Academic Emergency Medicine”. Catch the podcast from the talk in July’s EM-RAP Educator’s Edition. He pulls many of the lessons from his son’s kindergarten teacher.

Getting promoted in academic EM can often be a challenge and a mysterious process. Why is it some are getting promoted faster than others? What can I do to make sure I’m on track for promotion?

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By |2016-12-20T10:02:54-08:00Aug 9, 2011|Medical Education|