COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
Faculty Affairs Roundtables
Faculty Development Roundtables are designed to bring together all COM faculty to discuss important issues and to highlight resources available to support faculty development at MUSC. Led by faculty experts, the roundtables typically begin with a presentation, which is in turn followed by a discussion of how the topic relates to faculty activity. Many sessions are CME approved.
September 8: "How to Fund Your Research" with Joann Sullivan
September 15: "How to use the Electronic Record (EPIC) as a Data Resource and for Recruiting" with Jim Oates
October 13: "Understanding the Drug Discovery and Development Pathway - Utilizing CTDD Resources and Expertise" with Karen Lackey
October 19: November 26 : "Finance: A Crash Course for Researchers" pilot course
October 20: "TeleHealth - Does it Make Sense for My Practice?" with James McElligott
November 3: "E*Value - How to Enhance Your Teaching Skills" with Michele Freisinger
November 10: "Tenure-How to Plan for It" with Dan Lackland
November 17: "How to Succeed on the Modified Track" with Gary Gilkeson
December 7: "Achieving Scholarly Productivity as a Clinician-Educator" with Eric Rovner
December 9: "How to Get Involved in Undergraduate Medical Education" with Angela Dempsey and Deborah Hazen-Martin
December 13: "What Mentors and Mentees Need to Know for Successful Mentoring" with Marc Chimowitz
January 12: "Enhancing your Teaching Portfolio for Promotion" with Leonie Gordon and Paul McDermott
February 6: New Faculty Orientation
March 16: "Building Success through Diversity and Inclusion" with Michael deArellano
April 6: "Running on Empty: Preventing and Recovering from Faculty Burnout" with Jeni Bowers Palmer
May 11: "Negotiation with Your Chair" with Dan Smith and Gary Gilkeson
May 4: "Late Career Transitions" with Gary Gilkenson and COM HR
May 18: "Do I Understand Unconscious Bias?" with Leonie Gordon
June 22: "Questions and Answers about Supervising - from hire to performance reviews, to separation and everything in between" with Frances Glanville
Check back for future offerings! All sessions/dates subject to change.
If you have suggestions for future roundtable topics or wish to attend an upcoming session, please email Mary McConnell. We hope to see you around the table soon!