Control Your Email – Before it Controls You
Steven Lowenstein, MD, MPH and Cheryl Welch
Emails, according to a New York Times columnist, are “incessant distractions” that have become “the bane of our professional lives.” [i] Emails “interrupt thoughts, sap productivity and undermine our ability to concentrate at work.”[ii] For most of us in academic medicine, “it is simply not possible to plan a morning of scholarly writing or lecture preparation if we are starting with an inbox that contains 350 unread emails.”
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Medical Student Evaluation
Creator of RIME Framework to Visit the University of Colorado School of Medicine
Renowned medical educator Louis N. Pangaro, MD, MACP will visit the School of Medicine (SOM) February 28-March 1 to discuss evaluation of medical school learners. His presentations will focus on enduring principles of evaluation as well as what’s changing due to the evolving health care climate and emerging accreditation requirements.
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Barry Rumack, MD Joins Ombuds Office and Provides Faculty with a Confidential Way to Handle Disputes
Conflict in the workplace is inevitable. That’s why Barry Rumack, MD, wants all faculty to take advantage of the Ombuds Office—the university’s resource for effective conflict management.
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