By  | March 18, 2019 |  0
Recently, I was asked to present my top public speaking tips for a group of women leaders. This is a topic near and dear to my heart, and one that I teach a number of groups, from medical students to faculty. I also benefitted from just returning from the Harvard Macy Educators Course, where Victoria […]
By  | March 13, 2019 |  0
By: Mark Shapiro, MD, Hospitalist Medical Director at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital; Associate Medical Director for Hospital Services with St. Joseph Health Medical Group-Sonoma County There are few experiences more formative and challenging for any hospitalist than working during a disaster. Be it natural or man-made, a disaster brings challenges that are immediate, profound, disorienting, […]
By  | March 4, 2019 |  0
By: Nancy D. Spector, MD, Executive Director, Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine, Associate Dean of Faculty Development, Drexel University College of Medicine Achieving equity in leadership in academic medicine and the healthcare industry doesn’t have to be a pipe dream. There are clear, actionable steps that will lead us there. The benefits of diversity are […]
By  | February 27, 2019 |  0
This Friday, a group of 50 women leaders in all sectors of healthcare is launching a new movement to advocate for safe, dignified work for all workers across healthcare. Why did I join? Simply, I have come to realize that if nothing is done, nothing will happen. In fact, the World Economic Forum has stated […]
By  | February 26, 2019 |  3
A couple of months ago, I wrote about some key findings from a 2018 survey of US physicians by The Physicians Foundation. It’s no surprise to anyone working in healthcare today that the survey found alarming levels of professional dissatisfaction, burnout, and pessimism about the future of medicine among respondent physicians. Sadly, it appears that […]
By  | February 21, 2019 |  1
By: Jennifer Burtch, DNP, MSN, APRN, ANP-C It’s the beginning of the year, and as a nurse practitioner, I have been looking for medical conferences that provide the most up-to-date information and expertise in hospital medicine. The caveat is finding one that has pharmacology hours needed for annual licensure. I prefer to attend conferences in […]