Come and join Drs. Adamson, Kelm, and Winter as they delve into the intriguing book ‘Think Again‘ by Adam Grant. This book explores the concept of reconsidering one’s perspectives and how it’s more valuable than knowledge or loyalty to one’s beliefs.
Grant, A. (2021). Think again: the power of knowing what you don’t know. [New York, New York], Viking, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC.
Rosemary Adamson, MBBS
University of Washington
Rosemary Adamson, MBBS, is an Associate Professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine, Associate Program Director of the Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship Program at the University of Washington and Associate Section Chief of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine at the VA Puget Sound Healthcare System. Her academic interests include teaching and assessing learners’ skills in procedures, especially bronchoscopy, and improving healthcare provider wellness. Dr. Adamson is also Chair of the APCCMPD Medical Educator Podcast.
Diana Kelm, MD
Diana Kelm, MD is an Assistant Professor of Medicine, Core Faculty for Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN and the Associate Program Director of the Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program. She received her medical degree from Texas A&M Health Science Center and completed residency, chief residency, and fellowship at Mayo Clinic. Her research is geared towards medical education with specific interests in procedural skills training, gender disparity, and interprofessional education.
Gretchen R. Winter, MD
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Gretchen R. Winter, MD is an Assistant Professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She completed a medicine-pediatrics residency at Indiana University and a pulmonary and critical care fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic. Her clinical interests are in cystic fibrosis, bronchiectasis, and critical care medicine. Research interests include patient-physician communication, medical education, and physician wellness. Her philosophy of care is to partner with patients to improve their physical health while also building therapeutic relationships.