OMERAD Seminar Series
NEW CHM Faculty Development Opportunity
OMERAD and FAD Sponsored IAMSE Seimnar Series for All CHM Faculty and Staff
Creating a Culture of Well-being at an Academic Health Center
The Office of Medical Education Research and Development (OMERAD) and the Office of Faculty Affairs and Development (FAD) are pleased to announce that we will be sponsoring the next webcast audio seminar series of the International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) from January 5 through February 2, 2017.
The winter series theme is "Creating a Culture of Well-being at an Academic Health Center."
Here is the list of sessions in the upcoming series [all sessions are from 12:00-1:00 pm ET]:
January 5: Physician burnout and distress – causes, consequences, and a structure for solutions; Colin West
January 12: Improving Medical Student Mental Health: A Multifaceted Approach; Stuart Slavin
January 19: Strategies for promoting persoanl health & wellness and leading change at an individual level; Catherine Pipas
January 26: The Imperative for Incorporating Mind-Body Medicine in Health Professions Education; Adi Haramati
February 2: Cultivating Resilience and Reducing Burnout for Health Professionals: The Power or Presence, Reflective Practice and Appreciative Dialogue; Michael Krasner
For more information about the upcoming seminar sessions, please visit the IAMSE website.
If you are interested in participating in the weekly IAMSE webcast seminars, please fill out this short registration form:
As a registered participant, you would be able to access the webcast seminars from the comfort of your office, or conference room. Upon registration, your information would be verified and you will then receive weekly reminders about the session and access instructions. Please note that free access to the OMERAD-FAD IAMSE seminar series is limited to CHM faculty and staff only. This includes anyone who has an MSU-CHM appointment and interacts or works with CHM students.
The webinar series offers a 1-hour telephone conference call supplemented by webcast PowerPoint slides. Sessions are theme based and of interest to anyone who have responsibility teaching medical students and residents. There is one session per week, every Thursday from 12:00-1:00 pm ET.
IMPORTANT: Please read below for logistics on what you need for a successful connection to the webcast.
All audio seminars are conducted using the IAMSE teleconference bridge. A registered participant may be alone on the phone, be on a speaker phone in his/her office with one or two others, or dial in directly from a conference room speaker phone with full projection equipment if attending the webinar as a group. Please note - it is essential when using speaker phones that mute buttons be switched ON. The telephone line use to dial into the teleconference bridge will need to access a long distance phone call to California (USA). No software or downloads need to be made, you will simply need a telephone and internet accessible computer to participate.
For additional information about logistics and netiquette, please visit: IAMSE Audio Seminars
For any other questions related to registration and access to the OMERAD-FAD sponsored IAMSE webinars, please contact: Geraud Plantegenest