A new platform created to bring you an educator series of 18 sessions in 18 months!
In this series you will hear from, and discuss, important educational topics with some of the best educators in the EM community. Better yet, you can do this in an interactive online forum from your office or home. This is an opportunity for faculty and residents interested in education to develop knowledge and education skillsets with medical education leaders nationwide. Plus, these sessions are recorded for you to review at a later date so you have information at your fingertips. Sessions will be added regularly.
Connect: Join us the fourth Thursday of every month for CORD Connects sessions with Program Directors, EM leaders, career physicians, and others.
Thursday, August 23, 2018 | 7:00 pm EST
Hosted by: Robert Cooney, MD, MSMedEd, FAAEM, FACEP
The flipped classroom is a didactic teaching technique that has garnered significant interest as easy to use technology has lowered the barriers to content creation. This session will explore the history of the flipped classroom, evidence of effectiveness, and finish with recommendations for successful implementation.
Thursday, August 16, 2018
Host: Richard Byyny, MD
Unsure of how to apply for grant funding? Dr. Byyny is here to enlighten the CORD Community on the fundamentals of grant writing - the good, the bad, and that which you should absolutely avoid.
Join us at 3:00 PM Eastern as he lets us know his thoughts on what the best grants look like and answers your questions.
Thursday, July 26, 2018
Host: Rob Rogers, MD | medutopia
Originally developed and talked about the most in the business world, mastermind groups have become an incredibly popular way of growing and developing your career and other personal interests. Conceptually, a mastermind group is a collection of people with similar interests who meet regularly to grow and benefit from the collective knowledge of the team members of the mastermind group. Just talk to anyone who has participated in a mastermind group. They will tell you about the tremendous benefits.
Thursday, June 28, 2018 | 7:00 pm EST
Hosts: Sean Kivlehan MD, MPH, (Brigham and Women’s Hospital) , Parveen Parmar MD, MPH (Keck school of Medicine) , Rebecca Walker MD, MPH (Stanford University School of Medicine)
International Emergency Medicine is a diverse field that includes everything from humanitarian response, emergency medicine systems development, teaching, research, policy making, direct patient care in austere settings, and more. As Emergency Medicine physicians, we possess a uniquely diverse skill set and systems focus that translates well to these varied settings. This webinar will explain the many paths a graduating resident can pursue with a fellowship in International Emergency Medicine. We will discuss the different structures of these fellowships and what we look for in an applicant.
Thursday, May 24, 2018
Hosted by: Douglas McGee, DO for Academic Budgeting Basics.
Program Directors must understand the basics of budgeting and various budget methods, particularly when the hospital uses a particular kind of budgeting model. Understanding how to budget, and more importantly, how to negotiate for the program’s budget is critical to the program’s financial health.
At the end of this presentation, the learner will:
Thursday, March 29, 2018
Are you tasked with designing a curriculum for your residency program? Then you definitely do not want to miss the CORD Connects Curriculum Development 101. This session will introduce you to the basics of curriculum design, provide you with some great cutting edge educational tools to implement into your conferences, and guide you towards constructing a highly powerful curriculum that your residents will learn a ton from and will truly love. Hope you can join us on the webinar!!!
Thursday, February 22, 2018
As residents, we often find ourselves in "survival mode," expending a great deal of energy and time to simply complete our basic requirements to become board-certified emergency physicians. This makes thinking about long term career goals and plans especially challenging. However, being intentional about finding your passion and long-term career planning can significantly improve your overall wellness and fulfillment.
Thursday, January 25, 2018
I will describe my leadership history, the decisions points in my life, and where I made correct and incorrect choices. What has helped me be successful and how I have learned to manage and motivate others. I will focus on the pearls from my own experience in academic emergency medicine rather than a review of the copious literature on leadership. I will also add my thoughts on managing a work life and a home life.
Thursday, November 30, 2017
What makes a leader? Are leaders smarter? Stronger? Faster? Why do we follow leaders? As a resident you are busy, but you may still have time to be leader, you just need the right opportunity. Let us show you leadership opportunities in Emergency Medicine. Let us make you a leader!
Thursday, October 26, 2017
Why do some coffee drinkers pay $4 for a cup of coffee when there are just as tasty options available for 99 cents? The answer is simple: branding. In this webinar, Jeremy Branzetti and Mike Gisondi will build off their previous presentations at the CORD Academic Assembly and ACGME Annual Educational Assembly to discuss the principles, process, and importance of residency brand development.
Thursday, September 28, 2017
Whether you know it or not, you have an online professional identity. Dr. Riddell will argue that establishing it has never been more important for clinician educators. From baby-steps to advanced tech-nerd strategies, he will demonstrate how we can effectively tell our stories in the digital space.