Voices in #MedEd

Bias in Letters of Recommendation

The institution of academic medicine revolves around review and evaluation. At each stage of the process during training, and even attendingship, letters of recommendation are crucial and have the power to curtail or boost a medical career. Often, they can provide...

“A Welcomed Addition” to the ACGME Parental Leave Policy. A Summary for Program Leadership to Aid Physicians-in-training with Becoming Physician Parents-in-training

Post graduate medical training is a busy time of personal and professional growth. For many residents and fellows, this will also be a time to welcome new additions to their families. That’s right we are talking about babies! Learning that you will be welcoming an...

Beyond Check Boxes: Time Management Skills for Fellows

Medical school was a rigid environment. My daily routine consisted of opening a pre-populated calendar and following the timeline. Set schedules, dense material, and a focus on memorization. Time management was as simple as getting through a list of lectures and...

Sailing Towards Leadership in Medical Education

I already know a lot about you. You are a lover of lungs, passionate about medical education, and inspired to grow in your leadership skills. You are my kind of person! Were we to meet at the Tea and Tattle, hospital lounge, dog-park, or a rapid response I am certain...

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