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Benefits include: A subscription to Academic Psychiatry, listserv access, ADMSEP Newsletter, & members-only ADMSEP web access. The costs are shown below for reference purposes, you will not actually be charged until a later screen.
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Preliminary Preference for 2019 Concurrent Workshops/Panel Discussions

From the choices below, please pick:

a) one or more of the Toolkit Sessions below (on Thursday), if you plan to attend and
b) ONE workshop per each workshop breakout session that you plan to attend (Fri and Sat)

Please note that your stated preferences do not compel attendance, but rather helps presenters anticipate number of attendees at their session). The unabridged descriptions of workshop abstracts are pending.


Toolkit for Early Educators (Check all that apply):  Thursday, June 20, 2019
2:30-3:50 PM: What's Your Plan? Developing Goals, IDP's and Your Mentoring Network (Malloy et al)
4:00-5:20 PM: Faculty Enhancing Speed Advising (Schatte et al)

  • Workshop Session One: 11:00 AM-12:15 PM on Friday, June 21, 2019

    Optimizing your Leadership Style (Pershern et al)
    Millennials: Considerations for Psychiatric Education (Roman et al)
    Setting an Overall Pass/Fail Standard for a Clerkship (Schilling and Marcangelo)
    "I Thought You Wanted to Practice Real Medicine": Dealing with Microaggressions in Medical Education (Chou et al)
    Preceptors Behaving Badly: Who Provides the Corrective Feedback and How? (Langenderfer et al)
    Discussion Session with Keynote Speaker, Dr. Jeffrey Karpicke
  • Workshop Session Two: 9:30-10:45 AM on Saturday, June 22, 2019

    Finding Opportunities in Qualitative Research: Framing Your Medical Education Research Question (Dallaghan et al)
    Bringing Your Ideas to Life: A Primer for Developing an Electronic Learning Module (Hamaoka et al)
    A Beginner's Guide to Your Professional Twitter Account: To Tweet or Not to Tweet; That Is An Important Question (Strong et al)
    Using a growth mindset: learning from failure to improve medical education (Roman et al)
    Connecting and actively engaging clerkship students through synchronous, technology-supported, team-based learning in a distributed campus model (Janssen et al)
  • Workshop Session Three: 11:00-12:15 PM on Saturday, June 22, 2019

    Moving Up, On, or Out: Life After Director of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry (Marcangelo et al)
    Grade Appeals: Generational Problem, Grade Inflation, or Higher Stakes? (Russo et al) AND To be Fair or Not to be Fair, That is the Question for Modern Clerkship Grading (Dellmore et al)
    Developing a Meaningful Behavioral Health Interprofessional Education Course (Holmer et al) AND Addressing Interprofessional Education Competencies with Flexible Curriculum Design (Annan et al)
    You can have it all, You just can't have it all, all of the time: Making strategic decisions for your academic career (Roman et al)

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