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In this episode, Janice and Peter are joined by special guest Kim Truong, PhD, the Chief Equity Officer in the Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) Office at MGH Institute of Health Professions. The group discusses Dr. Truong’s compelling journey to the JEDI Office and what justice and equity actually mean in higher education. Dr. Truong also details specific resources for educators looking to engage with cultural considerations, equity and inclusivity in the classroom.
In this episode, Janice and Peter are joined by Yoon Soo Park, PhD, Director of Health Professions Education Research at Massachusetts General Hospital. They discuss the maturation of the health professions education field, the benefits of interdisciplinary teams, and building multi-sided projects to create stronger research claims.
In this season's first episode, Janice and Peter interview HPEd Associate Professor and Simulation expert, Suzie Kardong-Edgren, PhD, RN, ANEF, CHSE, FSSH, FAAN. Suzie reflects on her career trajectory and offers three tips for advancing research and education in simulation and the importance of maintaining a growth mindset.
In the last episode of the season, Janice, Peter, and special guest Roger Edwards, ScD, discuss creating teams and new programs in higher education and clinical practice. Roger is the Director of the Health Professions Education Program at MGH Institute of Health Professions. They reflect on how the pandemic has affected post-professional learning and what these education systems will look like after the pandemic, while offering three tips for facilitating educational projects in health professions education.
In this episode, Janice and Peter reflect on the journey to academic leadership with special guest Anne Thompson, PT, EdD. Anne is Adjunct Faculty in the Master of Health Professions Education (MS-HPEd) and PhD in Health Professions Education Programs at MGH Institute of Health Professions. They discuss the importance of being promoted to full professor rank, the changing dynamic of leadership needs, and offer tips to build trust in adhoc teams.
In this episode, Janice and Peter reflect on how to be an effective leader with special guest Colonel Joshua D. Hartzell, MD. He currently serves as the Program Director for the National Capital Consortium Internal Medicine Residency Program at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) and is an Adjunct Professor in the MGH IHP Health Professions Education Program. They also reflect on how the pandemic has influenced their leadership and offer three tips for becoming an effective leader.
In this episode, Janice, Peter and special guest and Instructional Designer, Tony Sindelar, MEd, EdS reflect on how instructional design has been impacted by the ongoing pandemic as a result of the transition to online learning and provide tips for improving faculty development and online learning.
In this episode, Janice, Peter, and special guest Bobbie Ann (BA) White, EdD, MA, discuss the importance of emotional intelligence in leadership and identify ways to incorporate EI into life, teams, and education.
In this episode, Janice, Peter and special guests Inge Corless PhD, RN, FAAN and Jane Baldwin PT, DPT, NCS reflect on the interprofessional care provided through the IMPACT Practice Center at MGH IHP and offer tips to increase advocacy in powerful ways through professional organizations like the National Academies of Practice (NAP).
In this episode, Janice, Peter and special guests Sue Farrell MD, EdM and Betsy Cox, RN, MSN, MBA discuss how to build relational trust in your team to yield resiliency in times of stress and mitigate divisive conflicts using COVID-19 as an example. They describe how organizational culture impacts resilience and trust, and why fostering inclusive, direct and inviting dialogue is important for effective teams.
In this episode Janice and Peter discuss why writing can be so difficult and may present prioritization challenges. Listen in as they identify three tips to help overcome procrastination and how to be more effective in the writing process.
In this episode Janice and Peter reflect on the challenges of addressing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in and out of the classroom. Hear tips on how to acknowledge your bias or position in your daily interactions.
In this episode, Janice and Peter identify tips for successful promotion application for faculty in higher education. They discuss how a promotion can pave the pathway and motivate others around you such as mentees, students or trainees. They also identify common errors seen in the process and lastly, offer three tips to help faculty navigate the promotion process.
In this episode, Janice and Peter discuss the benefits of incorporating predictive analytics in higher education with guest podcaster, Anshul Kumar. Dr. Kumar is a sociologist and an Assistant Professor at MGH Institute of Health Professions. They also talk data, patterns, and making outcome predictions as well as the ethical elements within predictive analytics including identifying biases.
In this episode, Janice dialogues with the Simulation Operations faculty: Suzie Kardong-Edgren, Matt Charnetski and Michael Young about the new and first of its kind, Simulation Operations Track in the Master of Science in Health Professions Education program. To learn more about this exciting new program visit: https://www.mghihp.edu/SimOps
In this episode Janice and Peter banter about commonly used trigger words in health professions and offer three tips to avoid them in your own practice.
In this episode Janice and Peter highlight professions that are not focused in the media as being heroes but are increasingly essential during the pandemic and offer three tips to honoring these unsung heroes.
In this episode Janice and Peter reflect on the challenges faculty face converting to an online environment during the pandemic, discuss the basic principles of education and offer three tips to identify the strategy that will work best for you!
In this episode Janice and Peter discuss the concerns University leaders are facing during the pandemic across students, faculty and staff. They also converse about the implications of converting to a fully online teaching platform and reflect on ways to promote resiliency within the community.
In this episode, Janice and Peter banter about what it feels like to be thinking of applying for post-professional graduate programs, the worries and the excitement, and offer 3 tips.
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