Webinars

Upcoming Webinars


  • Tuesday
    7
    December

    AIM Special Interest Group Webinar: Best Practices in Faculty Recruitment

    Webinar: AIM Special Interest Group

    Dec 7, 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM (ET)

    In the second session of this AIM webinar series, moderators will host an interactive discussion about faculty recruitment. Moderators will briefly share their experiences; participants will be encouraged to share their approaches, challenges, and questions. Bring your innovations, ideas, and concerns to share with and learn from your peers!

  • Tuesday
    7
    December

    Educational (and Efficient) Attending Rounds for the 21st Century

    Webinar: CDIM Webinars

    Dec 7, 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM (ET)
    CDIM Councilor Paul B. Aronowitz, MD, FACP, will briefly review the history of how teaching and leading hospital rounds has metamorphosed into a hectic, high pressure experience. He will analyze the competing priorities of attending rounds and introduce 10 tips for leading educational (and efficient) attending rounds.

  • Tuesday
    14
    December

    Alliance Women Leaders: The Imposter Syndrome Construct

    Webinar: Alliance Women LEAD

    Dec 14, 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM (ET)

    Alliance Women LEAD is pleased to introduce a new webinar series to support its mission to empower women through mentoring, fostering connections and community, and ensuring access to tools and resources essential for professional success. The first webinar "Letting Go of Imposter Syndrome" will be held Tuesday, December 14, from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. EST.

    In this first webinar, AAIM Deputy Chief Executive Officer and EVP Bergitta E. Cotroneo, FACMPE will teach participants how to identify the signs and symptoms of imposter syndrome and begin to create alternative ways to communicate about their skills, knowledge and expertise; to develop a plan to engage a coach or mentor who can support the changes required to break negative, persistent patterns that impact one’s ability to achieve goals; and recognize they are not alone, the syndrome is real, and there are ways to improve self-perception for meaningful change.

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